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How Capcom’s Dead Rising Studio Fell Apart – Game History Secrets

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Today on Game History Secrets we talk about the secret history behind how Capcom’s Dead Rising studio fell apart. Dead Rising 3, Dead Rising 4 and Dead Rising 5 all had troubled developments that ultimately led to the closure of Capcom Vancouver. Troubles at the studio also contributed to the cancellation of at least 7 other games including new Dino Crisis and Onimusha games, as well as a side-scrolling title using the Mega Man IP.

Liam Robertson is a video game researcher and archiver. In his spare time, Liam creates videos and articles for various outlets, and will also be contributing to the Did You Know Gaming channel.

Twitter: @DidYouKnowGamin

Sources/Further Reading:

Dead Rising 5 Leaked – Takes Place 25 Years After The Original, New Protagonist Named Jack

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