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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:19am 05/08/10 | 3 Comments
Keiji Inafune, inventor of Mega Man and the genius behind Dead Rising has made a series of shorts based around his zombie-playground series called Dead Rising Sun.

The first three episodes of Dead Rising Sun are due to hit the interwebs in a week or so, but Xbox 360 owners can check it out now from Xbox Live as an exclusive preview (provided you're a Gold Member). The series was written and directed by Inafune-san (it's his film directorial debut) and he offers an introduction before Episode one, and concludes Episode three with a discussion on his motivations for making Dead Rising Sun. So Xbox 360 owners, grab some popcorn, sit back and check out some videogame-derived zombie film fun.

Let us know what you think of the Episodes in the Comments section.



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Mordecai
Posted 11:38am 05/8/10
Horrible horrible english voice over. Would have been better to leave it in Japanese and have subtitles.

Gave up after a little bit as the voices made me cringe. That and I was bored of it.

2 - 2.5 out of 5 IMO
Crash
Posted 01:57pm 05/8/10
Will check this out tonight, super keen for Dead Rising 2, looks fun.
do0b
Posted 03:15pm 05/8/10
dead rising was one of the most boring games i have ever played. what a waste of money making a sequel, move on you failures
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