Following a review of titles currently in development.
Resident Evil and Dead Rising games significantly discounted.
£15.99 for one game or £39.99 for all.
Port developers confirmed.
But DLC won't transfer from GFWL.
Despite it being on Sony's streaming service Crackle.
"How bad will it get?"
Some stations will air it episodically.
Now called Dead Rising: Watchtower.
24's President David Palmer joins cast.
Following high demand.
To debut on Sony's streaming service Crackle.
Contains the first two games and all its DLC.
UPDATE: Crackdown and Dead Rising 2 confirmed, including Case Zero.
Plus, Dead Rising 3 next-gen rumours swirl.
"There's a ton of added value here."
Defied bosses to develop Dead Rising.
But mysteriously no SSFIV 3DS results.
Off the Record "exciting" for Sony fans.
Frank West stars in "the fan's version".
Did you complete the game?
Plus, Super Street Fighter IV does well.
New details revealed.
They're dead good and rising.
Jun Takeuchi will step up.
It's all gravey.
Theme Packs add new weapons and abilities.
New: Dead Rising 2! FFXIV! Civ5! GH:WOR!
Dead Rising 2: Case Zero works a charm.
Xbox exclusivity "a present" to original fans.
"Everyone's making awful games."
An XBLA-exclusive epilogue to DR2.
PS3 and 360 versions only.
It's been downloaded over 300,000 times.
Wants it to replace Resi as biggest series.
PC version arriving a week later, though.
Not on general release until next week.
Plus: Capcom reveals official website.
Zombie sequel buried until October.
We love the Dead Rising man apparently.
Plus: Okamiden in 2011, lots of DLC news.
Case Zero to precede September launch.
Avoids Q1 2010 like the autumn.
Capcom man not impressed by TGS.
Swine flu fears blamed.
"Single-player alone is not going to cut it."
Tech producer withdraws GDC comment.
With up to 6000 zombies on-screen.
Capcom sequels belong to 2010.
Reckons Western touch will improve it.
It's coming to PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.
They officially didn't copy George Romero.
Canadian zombie-source confirms.
Not in production, says producer.
"For years to come".