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Dead Rising Deluxe Remaster Comparison Shows A Completely Different Frank West

A comparison between the recently announced Dead Rising Deluxe Remaster and the 2006 original title shows a completely different Frank West.

The teaser trailer for Dead Rising Deluxe Remaster shows off the game’s opening section, giving us the opportunity to perform a graphical comparison between it and the original’s opening cutscene. The results are quite unexpected, as protagonist Frank West now sports a completely different look.

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Dead Rising Deluxe Remaster vs Original Graphics Comparison

A screenshot comparison between Dead Rising Deluxe Remastered and the 2006 original can be seen below.

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As seen in the screenshots above, Dead Rising Deluxe Remastered features completely reworked character models and environments, improved texture work, improved lighting, improved shadows, and some additional post-process effects. It’s clear that there is a major graphical overhaul here over the 2006 original here. That said, it doesn’t appear to be some sort of a re-imagining of the game. As such, fans of the original can expect much of the original experience to be preserved, though with some worthwhile audiovisual enhancements.

Dead Rising is a 2006 action-adventure game developed and published by Capcom, marking the first installment in the Dead Rising series. The story follows photojournalist Frank West, who becomes trapped in a zombie-infested shopping mall in Willamette, Colorado. Frank must solve the mystery behind the outbreak before a rescue helicopter arrives in three days. The game has multiple endings based on the player’s actions. Played from a third-person perspective, the game offers an open world to explore within the Willamette Parkview Mall. The player must survive by scavenging for items to fight zombies and hostile human characters called psychopaths while rescuing friendly human characters known as survivors. The game has a 72-hour time limit to complete the story.

Dead Rising was released on August 8, 2006, originally for the Xbox 360. To celebrate its tenth anniversary, the game was re-released on September 13, 2016, for PlayStation 4, Windows, and Xbox One.

Muhammad Ali Bari

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