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Dead Rising 2: Case Zero Previews - Xbox 360

Dead Rising 2: Case Zero
Game Description: This Xbox 360 exclusive will serve as a downloadable prequel to Capcom's zombie game.
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    E3 2010: Dead Rising 2: Case Zero Preview

    Dead Rising 2 is going to sell well because there are so many fans of the first game. Why not create something extra that introduces players to the sequel's new gameplay hooks, while adding to the overall Dead Rising world? Case Zero does that.

    Posted: Jun 18, 2010


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    Posted: September 22, 2010

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    Posted: September 2, 2010

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  • Dead Rising 2 Comic-Con 2010 Interview

    Posted: August 3, 2010

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