You know what March means — Switchmas! In addition to Nintendo’s latest console, we’ve a number of great games for PC, Xbox One, PS4, 3DS and Vita on the way. Here’s what to expect over March 2017 here in Australia*:

Dead Rising 4 will be released on Steam on 14 March 2017, Capcom has confirmed on Twitter. Dead Rising 4 launched in December as a timed Xbox One and Windows 10 exclusive, temporarily restricting it to Microsoft’s Store on PC.

UK sales charts place Dead Rising 4 over The Last Guardian in both titles’ launch week. Dead Rising 4 came fifth in the UK’s top 10 games sold, besting The Last Guardian in the seventh spot. Pokémon fans decided that the Sun flavour was better than Moon, with the

Review: Dead Rising 4

The Dead Rising series has never really appealed to me in the past. Its main turnoff was the time limit mechanic, providing only a scant a few hours to complete the campaign before your time ran out. I didn’t like

Dead Rising 4 heads to Xbox One and Windows PC next week, but make no mistake: it’s not an Xbox Play Anywhere title. Developed by Capcom Vancouver and published by Microsoft, Dead Rising 4 is a quasi-third-party title, unlike ReCore, Gears of War

Microsoft versus Sony, Battlefield versus Call of Duty and Forza versus Gran Turismo. These are some of the rivalries that can get people talking about console wars. “Game On or Game Over” is your place to get inside the minds

We’ve made it, folks — 2016 is almost behind us. With a couple big name releases yet to come, let’s see what’s in stores ahead of Christmas. Here’s what to expect over December 2016 here in Australia*: Nintendo 2DS console

Speaking with Stevivor, Capcom Vancouver’s Joe Nickolls elaborated on the decision making process that removed the countdown timer from Dead Rising 4‘s regular play. “We give you a kind of a toolkit and a sandbox to make stuff, but it’s the

It’s almost December, and that means two things: Christmas and Dead Rising 4. Microsoft and Capcom Vancouver have decided to celebrate both with this new, zombie-themed Yule Log. Enjoy! Some of the — um, classic — tunes that you hear above

Microsoft has apologised for what some have perceived as a racial slur inside a recent Dead Rising 4 promotional email. The subject of the Christmas-themed email read,  “NNNNGGGHHHAAAA”, attempting to emulate a noise a zombie would make. The phrase upset some readers,

The re-releases of Dead Rising titles on current-gen made me realise that I hate protagonist Frank West. While I consider him a slimy weasel, Capcom Vancouver’s Joe Nickolls disagreed. “We went back to the character of Frank, but we’ve updated Frank

It’s Halloween over in North America, and to celebrate, Dead Rising 4′s Frank West is making weapons. Happy Combo-ween! What’d you think of his weapons of mass destruction? Dead Rising 4 heads to Windows PC and Xbox one in December. Stay tuned

Microsoft today detailed Dead Rising 4‘s “Season Pass”. Here’s what it contains: Stocking Stuffer Holiday Pack: Frank West is home for the holidays and he’s got a naughty list the size of Willamette, Colorado. Tear up the streets with festive weapons,

That didn’t take long. Both Final Fantasy XV and Dead Rising have released new imagery that takes advantage of the hype surrounding Rockstar Games’ recent Red Dead tease. You can check out both images below: pic.twitter.com/qBuJoSoIw2 — Dead Rising (@DeadRising) October 17, 2016 pic.twitter.com/8Ps4k0szAV

Capcom’s Dead Rising 4 has been classified R18+ in Australia. The game follows in the footsteps of Dead Rising 3, also classified as R18+. DEAD RISING 4, Computer Games, Multi Platform, Rating: R 18+, Author: CAPCOM, Publisher: MICROSOFT STUDIOS, Consumer AdviceHigh impact

Microsoft used PAX West to show off a black, Sea of Thieves-branded Xbox One S. Now THIS is a console worth going full pirate for! #SeaOfThieves #PAXWest pic.twitter.com/og2V8jys5w — Microsoft Studios (@MSStudiosBlog) September 3, 2016 Turns out, the console isn’t part