Dead Rising 2 Terror is Reality Multiplayer Trailer

Posted: September 25, 2009
Dead Rising 2 Terror is Reality Multiplayer Trailer
This explosive trailer gives an overview of Dead Rising 2's premier death-sport, Terror is Reality, which is also the setting for the game's multiplayer mode.

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  • nickisthebest

    this game just doesnt catch my eye it doesnt look good at all

    Posted: April 9, 2010 9:30 AM
  • suryu


    Posted: September 29, 2009 2:53 AM
  • Demos_Lok

    Now there is something worth playing. How about this for an idea. Why not have live tournaments online. You could have an actual human host, with the project natal tech you could incorporate someone, *coughs* Joe Rogan, to host it in real time and you could build a service to allow non-players to watch it. You could have trials and the top tier players could sign-up to play online at specific times. (PrimeTime? 8pm Est.) It would reinvigorate the waning interest in gaming tournaments and you could have some insane competition just so people could have bragging rights, or you could give away game Beta codes, cash or early releases of new games. Word of mouth from gamers that we have seen playing before would certainly sell a few more copies at release. Each week you could have featured players, maybe even celebrities or developers. XBOX Live has this type on online setup but why can't we view them realtime. Something like 1 vs. 100 but with games that people are actually interested in. Television producers are starting to realize that more people are getting their entertainment online and I am sure that some company would back this. It would be great advertising for the games and it wouldn't be difficult to insert advertisements in between the matches. Imagine watching major tournaments on ParPerView. You know you want to cash in on this. The overhead has already been covered in the development of the game and people are already playing them. Why not broadcast them so we can all enjoy it. And why stop at Dead Rising, why not the Halo's, COD-of-War's and SF IV's. And another thing why aren't you playing full episodes of X-Play and AOTS online? If Steven Colbert can do it why can't tech show do the same thing? I can't find you guys on any cable provider, and i know Comcast would love to get around Charters line-up by broadcasting through the internet.

    Posted: September 25, 2009 3:12 PM
  • bucherbag

    wow im not going to lie this is VERY appealing to me, i can see having hours of fun sploding zombies :)

    Posted: September 25, 2009 12:59 PM