1. Does Dead rising 2 have a demo?

    User Info: 02dog02

    02dog02 - 7 years ago
  2. Clarification Request::
    i know and when it come out not full game but if there r a demo then when cus ive made up mah mind im GOING to buy this but long w8 : ) cant wait no no no (gun to head) no i must but demo please :P or mayb they trying to put mp in demo buteh as long as FULL game comes out im ok

    User Info: keelik9

    keelik9 - 7 years ago

Top Voted Answer

  1. There is a prequel for $5.00 on Xbox live, I'm not sure if there will be a demo for people who don't shell out the five bucks, or people on PS3/PC.

    User Info: RPG-Unit

    RPG-Unit - 7 years ago 2 0


  1. They are going to release a "prequel" that will explain the events between DR1 and DR2. It is not yet known whether or not this will be something "playable" or if they are going to release a demo similar to the one they did for DR1. You'll just have to wait and see.

    User Info: Erizid

    Erizid - 7 years ago 1 0
  2. Jes jes demo came out 2 days ago (and 4 the h8ter jes jes is like yes but with j so jea :P)

    User Info: keelik9

    keelik9 - 7 years ago 0 1
  3. Dear God could you people at least TRY to write legible posts? this not a demo this is a seperate piece of DLC that explains the events leading up until DR2. There is a free trial version of Case Zero which could be considered the demo of the full game, however.

    User Info: Marche567

    Marche567 - 6 years ago 2 1
  4. As said, Case Zero is a seperate, mini prologue game that costs 400 Microsoft Points.

    It contains exclusive content so is a demo of the general gameplay - it's set roughly 3 years before the full game. Character progress you make in it will be passed over to Dead Rising 2 when you first play.

    The game includes a trial mode that gives you roughly 15-30 minutes free gameplay, but you don't get to do much other than have fun killing zombies on your way to the first objective, then you'll have to pay the 400 points to continue further.

    Case Zero is about 1-2 hours worth of gameplay, and like the full game is replayable due to the time management system, so it's not a bad deal, and worth it if you want to know a little more about the story.

    User Info: Jezmm

    Jezmm - 6 years ago 0 0

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