Capcom reveals Dead Rising remaster music surprise
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Capcom reveals Dead Rising remaster music surprise

Jul 08, 2024 5:28 PM

Capcom's upcoming Dead Rising Deluxe Remaster has exciting news for fans of the original game. The remaster will retain the licensed music tracks from the 2006 release, including the popular "Gone Guru" by Lifeseeker. This decision comes despite initial doubts from fans and even the band itself. However, not all original elements remain, as Frank West's iconic voice actor, T.J. Rotolo, will not reprise his role. The game will feature improved graphics with 4K resolution support at 60 frames per second, quality-of-life updates, and the return of the beloved photography mini-game. Dead Rising Deluxe Remaster is set to release on September 19 for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S.

Will the Dead Rising Deluxe Remaster include the photography mini-game?n

Yes, the Dead Rising Deluxe Remaster will include the photography mini-game with updates such as an Auto Focus feature for added convenience.

Dead Rising, originally released in 2006 for the Xbox 360, is renowned for its open-world gameplay set in the fictional Willamette Parkview Mall, giving players the freedom to use a variety of items as weapons while battling hordes of zombies. The game's unique blend of humor and horror, alongside its engaging storytelling and character development, has earned it a dedicated fanbase over the years. The remaster promises to enhance these experiences with modern-day graphical and performance improvements, ensuring both new and returning players have an immersive experience.

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Stimpy Stimpy commented on: 2024-07-08 19:36:03
Stoked that the Dead Rising Deluxe Remaster is keeping Gone Guru—it wouldn't feel the same without it Though it's a bummer about T.J. Rotolo not returning, the 4K60FPS upgrade and photography mini-game updates are killer perks.
N3rdo N3rdo commented on: 2024-07-08 19:24:03
It's awesome that Capcom's keeping the original Gone Guru track in the Dead Rising Deluxe Remaster, giving us that sweet nostalgia hit. Sad about T.J. Rotolo, but the 4K graphics and quality-of-life updates should make this a blast to play again
Miss Peachy Miss Peachy commented on: 2024-07-08 19:18:02
Super stoked about the Dead Rising Deluxe Remaster retaining that iconic Gone Guru track—it's a real nod to fans who've been with the series since '06. While it's a bummer we won't hear T.J. Rotolo as Frank West, the upgraded visuals and quality-of-life improvements should make it a killer revival
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