Both SSFIV Arcade Edition and Dead Rising 2: Off the Record have gone live on Origin, EA's fledgling digital distribution service. EA promised that Origin would see heavy support for third parties, listing THQ, Warner Bros. and Capcom amongst publishers they were trying to bring to the service.
Both games are priced at $39.99, which is identical to their respective Steam listings for the moment. Frankly we can't ait to see those two platforms go head to head properly. Hopefully we, the consumers, will benefit most. Hopefully.
Zombies. A tricycle. Impaling the undead with a hobby horse. And Frank West. Check out the launch trailer for Capcom's re-imagining of their sandbox zombie-killing sequel. Dead Rising 2: Off The Record launches next Friday on PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.
Seeing as I'm a massive zombie movie fan, it's safe to say that I love the Dead Rising series, so as you can imagine I'm somewhat excited about the release of Dead Rising 2: Off The Record in October, not only because it'll give me another chance to run around Fortune City blasting zombies to pieces, but I'll also get to jump into Frank West's shoes once more, which means I'll be snapping away with his camera to capture the carnage in exchange for some PP! A fair few details about the upcoming title have been revealed by the game's executive producer, Jason Leigh, in an interview he had with Siliconera.Click here to see what gory delights await you in Off The Record!