Dead Rising: Case Zero proves popular

It's been downloaded over 300,000 times. 

Dead Rising: Case Zero, the downloadable prologue for the forthcoming second instalment in the series, has proved to be a big hit.

That's according to Gamerbytes, which reports the DLC was downloaded nearly 330,000 times in less than seven days. It costs 400 Microsoft Points (3.40).

"Money-wise, assuming Microsoft takes a 30 per cent cut on the game, Capcom could well have made $1,149,015 off of it for this week alone," the site calculates.

To find out whether it's worth you contributing to Capcom's coffers, read our recent Dead Rising: Case Zero review.

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