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It is a series of survival horror beat 'em up video games set in an open world created by Keiji Inafune. It was originally developed by Capcom until Blue Castle Games (now known as Capcom Vancouver) took over developing the franchise.

The first game in the Dead Rising series. The game centers on Frank West, a photojournalist who ends up trapped in a shopping mall in the fictional town of Willamette, Colorado, that is infested with zombies.

The second game in the Dead Rising series. Set in the fictional casino town of Fortune City, Nevada, five years after the events of Dead Rising, the game follows former motocross champion Chuck Greene trying to keep his infected daughter alive. It has two DLC, one is a prequel and the other one is a sequel.

The third game in the Dead Rising series. Set ten years after Dead Rising 2, the story follows a young mechanic named Nick Ramos and his attempt to survive a massive zombie outbreak in the fictional city of Los Perdidos, California.

Power of the verse

Not so strong, is one of the weakest Capcom's universes. But, it is almost as strong as Resident Evil, almost because Resident Evil has more tech and better monsters.

The average zombie is as strong the George Romero´s Zombie. But they are a lot more contagious (if they bite you, scratch you or even spit on you, you will become infected sooner or later; and some of them can make you infected if you inhale their putrified bodies), and in night time they become faster and stronger. They can even mutate into Gas Zombies, getting the ability to shoot gas and vomit so hard that it can stunt and even kill someone (no kidding), they can mutate into King Zombies, making them stronger and more durable.

The Army featured in Dead Rising is as strong as the real life one.





Character Profiles

Frank West

Chuck Greene

Nick Ramos (Dead Rising)

Adam MacIntyre

Carlito Keyes


Zombie (Dead Rising)


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