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Dead Rising 2
Game Description: Capcom's series moves to Las Vegas as the zombie apocalypse ups the ante with more zombies on-screen and drops original game protagonist Frank West and his camera. Players step into the zombie-slaying shoes of Chuck Greene as they use new weapons, tools, and moves to fight back the forces of the undead in Sin City.
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