Dead Rising 3 is the third mainline entry in the Dead Rising franchise, where you take control of a survivor (in this case Nick Ramos) of the zombie apocalypse as he undertakes various missions, kill zombies and just generally attempt to stay alive.
Survival may not be always be pretty in Dead Rising 3, but it's fun to roam around in this LA-inspired setting for Capcom's latest take on a zombie apocalypse. You'll be able to hop in a car and traverse from one end of this city to the other in about five minutes, but the thrill is in the journey rather than the destination. And if you happen to be making the trek on a RollerHawg, a combination of a steamroller and motorcycle, that journey will cheerily mulch a couple of hundred zombies into paste.
Originally an Xbox One exclusive, the zombie-mascaraing, open-world, extravaganza Dead Rising 3 has finally made its way to PC. The same core game remains – and is joined by all four Untold Stories of Los Perdidos DLC packs – but has this port been properly reanimated, or is it just a shambling shadow of its former self?