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User Info: BMXJouster

BMXJouster
4 weeks ago#11
I just recently played through Dead Rising 3 after getting it in the last Capcom Humble Bundle, and it ran great outside of crashing maybe once. I had to edit a file to unlock the framerate to 60, but it worked fine for me.

Definitely felt like night and day compared to the X1 version I played back in 2013. LOL
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User Info: Lugoves

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4 weeks ago#12
Think I'll pick it up. Been in the mood to play it and it's a good deal. Have the X1 version but never got around to playing it.
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User Info: PhilOnDez

PhilOnDez
4 weeks ago#13
If you have an SSD it's worth installing onto it, I played through on both an SSD and HDD and the pop in was really noticeable on the HDD. I had one problem with it, that being that the map seems designed to slow you down, presumably so that it had time to load on the Xbone. Other than that it ran great and was pretty fun and my pc is pretty midrange by today's standards.
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User Info: sfcalimari

sfcalimari
4 weeks ago#14
It runs fine if you unlock the fps as detailed above.

As a game it's ok but nowhere as good or fun or challenging as DR2 or DR2OTR. It's too easy and you can always find overpowered weapons. If you felt like DR2 was too restrictive with weapons and time limits and the controls were too awkwards, you might prefer DR3.

On another note I played DR1 when they released it on pc after years of wishing I had a 360 to play it and hearing about how amazing it was...and it was pretty crappy. DR2OTR is still the high water mark of the series.
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User Info: Heisenberg312

Heisenberg312
4 weeks ago#15
The first dead rising works perfectly.
DR 2:otr seems to have trouble picking up control support. I have a xbox 360 wired controller and it doesn't read it at all.
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User Info: randomoaf

randomoaf
4 weeks ago#16
Game ran horrible for me. Dead Rising 4 in comparison ran much better but still not where I'd like it. Most people's rigs should overpower the game though. I have a console equivalent PC so I can tell when a game is well optimized or not.

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nominturddaddy
4 weeks ago#17
Dead Rising isn't remotely challenging. It's a dull grind. The game is like 3 hours without all the forced restarts to power up.
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User Info: sfcalimari

sfcalimari
4 weeks ago#18
Heisenberg312 posted...
DR 2:otr seems to have trouble picking up control support. I have a xbox 360 wired controller and it doesn't read it at all.


Ehhh I do remember it did have an issue like that...try this.

http://steamcommunity.com/app/45770/discussions/0/343786746002621060/
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User Info: captsplatter_1

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4 weeks ago#19
randomoaf posted...
Game ran horrible for me. Dead Rising 4 in comparison ran much better but still not where I'd like it. Most people's rigs should overpower the game though. I have a console equivalent PC so I can tell when a game is well optimized or not.

I have an i7-6700K, 16 gigs of 3200 DDR4 RAM, and a GTX 1080 (non Ti). How well would that run it?
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User Info: BMXJouster

BMXJouster
4 weeks ago#20
captsplatter_1 posted...
I have an i7-6700K, 16 gigs of 3200 DDR4 RAM, and a GTX 1080 (non Ti). How well would that run it?

I ran Dead Rising 3 on max settings with the 60FPS unlock with no major issues on a computer build that's basically the same except with a GTX 1070 instead of a GTX 1080. I'd imagine you'd be fine.
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