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Best Xbox One Exclusive 2013

Posted on Thursday, December 19 @ 15:04:11 PST by

Dead Rising 3 – Best Xbox One Exclusive 2013

Platform: Xbox One
Publisher: Microsoft Studios
Developer: Capcom Vancouver

Compared to the PlayStation 4, the Xbox One has a surprising number of exclusive full-priced launch-day titles. Say what you will about Microsoft's business practices, but its lineup for Xbox One is impressive despite less than stellar reviews. Killer Instinct's trickle of DLC content and Ryse's QTE-based action weren't as well-received, Peggle 2 doesn't particularly fit best on a next-gen console, and Forza Motorsport 5 doesn't have much content compared to past installments.

Capcom's Dead Rising 3 may not be as graphically impressive as some of its compatriots, but its design is far more approachable than prior entries in the series, and the sheer number of zombies that can be on screen at once emphasizes the sheer "crap-tacity" of the apocalypse. Fans of the series can still face the challenge of meeting the tight deadlines in Nightmare mode, now made easier with the welcome addition of co-op. Though not by a wide margin, Dead Rising 3 is the best title in the Xbox One's launch.

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