If you were stuck with these tools, you were either brave, desperate or unfortunate. These are the ten worst weapons in horror games.
It was today in 2006 that we took Frank West to the Willamette Mall to cover more than just wars in the original Dead Rising.
The teacher from 'Bates Motel,' the 'Epic Meal Time' guy and the prison dude from '22 Jump Street' (he's covering wars, you know) have been added to the cast of 'Dead Rising: Watchtower'.
Since the Resident Evil franchise did relatively well in theaters (especially for a video game-based series), Capcom is bringing its hilarious sister franchise, Dead Rising, to Hollywood as well.
The theatrical depiction of Capcom's zany, over-the-top zombie franchise has reportedly signed a director known for the horrific re-imagining of the 'Leprechaun' franchise.
Frank West may have covered wars, but it's about time there was a full-length feature depicting the events of Dead Rising.
A CG trailer for Dead Rising 3 reminds us just what this series is all about: carnage, goofiness and the most awesome makeshift weapons ever cobbled together out of necessity.
The zombies have arrived, and they've infiltrated every aspect of pop culture. These days it seems like everyone's dreaming up zombie versions of their favorite characters, coming up with special zombie levels of their favorite games, or kicking it up a notch with entire games devoted to the walking dead. Left 4 Dead and Dead Rising are two such games riding on this wave of carnivorous corpses, so it only seems logical that we pair the two undead franchises up against one another to see which one is the zombie-slaying champion.
Ever wonder what your favorite game would be like as a movie? Well, wonder no more! Arcade Sushi's Cast That Game series is going to take a pain-staking look at your favorite games and, using our crack skills as connoisseurs of pop culture, figure out who to cast in this video game-turned-movie. This week's game? Dead Rising!