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Update: The reviews haven't exactly been pouring in for Dead Rising: Chop 'Till You Drop. We've added one more, but this can't be a good sign for the game. It's been a rocky road to release for Capcom's Wii port, Dead Rising: Chop 'Till You Drop, and now that it is finally out, has all of the hate...

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February 26, 2009 at 6:00PM
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In addition to the 'Challenge Quests' revealed earlier this week, Capcom has shown the first screens of another new mode for Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop: "THE SNIPER" mode. On the face of it, a series of sniper-rifle-based challenges that task Frank with shooting certain targets within a strict...

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The Special Forces soldiers from Dead Rising are making a return appearance in the Wii remake Chop Till You Drop, storming the Willamette Mall to, basically, shoot at Frank West and take his pants. Well, it's more complicated than that, but as the new screens illustrate, that is what happens. And e...

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Okay, we know Capcom has a pretty good Wii character model for Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop's Isabella. We've seen her look perfectly okay in previous Wii screenshots. And the other characters' models, while obviously not as detailed as in the Xbox 360 version, look reasonably similar to peopl...

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Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop may not feature the epic hordes of zombies found in its predecessor, but Capcom has delivered one shambling mass -- of media. If it enhances your appreciation of the Wii adaptation, you can imagine each of the thirty-nine screenshots featured in the latest release d...

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Capcom Europe revealed today -- and reiterated in a few cases -- the release schedule for its titles in the first quarter of 2009. February TBA - Flock (XBLA/PSN) February 20 - Street Fighter IV (X360/PS3) February 27- Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop (Wii) February 27- Neopets Puzzle Adve...

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click to enlarge Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop thins components from the 360 original into a Wii port. And that's not always a bad thing. As much as we liked the original, we were frustrated by losing track of side missions and the unforgiving save system. The Wii remake addresses both issues, r...

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