Game Discussion: Dead Rising

Infinity mode fixed?

  • Posted on 16 September 16 at 13:47
    Does anybody know if freeze when you enter the food court on the fourth day is fixed or is that bug still in the remaster
  • GTAmissions1GTAmissions1406,161
    Posted on 16 September 16 at 14:58
    gearsofwarfan24 said:
    Does anybody know if freeze when you enter the food court on the fourth day is fixed or is that bug still in the remaster
    They only confirmed that they upscaled the game to 1080p 60 frames per second which most likely, they didn't fix the food court bug when it happens on Day 5.

    Day 5 in Infinity Mode is Day 4 xx Hours xx Minutes.

    My advice: Just avoid the food court in Infinite Mode during the time mentioned.
  • Jul 4 1776Jul 4 1776211,561
    Posted on 17 September 16 at 00:30
    Just don't bother going in the food court at that time.
  • CONKER1182CONKER1182537,496
    Posted on 18 September 16 at 10:03
    Then what does the day 1 patch fix?
  • Strategy OneStrategy One670,473
    Posted on 18 September 16 at 12:25
    I never knew there was a glitch, I thought it froze on my when entering food court because of the Xbox.... Thats a real bullshit glitch..
  • GTAmissions1GTAmissions1406,161
    Posted on 18 September 16 at 17:34
    CONKER1182 said:
    Then what does the day 1 patch fix?
    The patch is pretty much to make the game work. Nothing else. It is pretty common for many games to have launch day patches to make them work.

    Strategy One said:
    I never knew there was a glitch, I thought it froze on my when entering food court because of the Xbox.... Thats a real bullshit glitch..
    Don't forget that Dead Rising was released in 2006. Title updates didn't exist back then which the cost of providing a title update is around $40,000. The cost is intended to cover the staff, testing and resources to ensure the title update isn't going to cause any additional issues and certifying the update.

    They eliminated the fee years ago because Microsoft realized that some companies, especially smaller studios and independents didn't have the financial capacity to pay. This is what often led to broken games never being fixed.

    Though, I highly doubt that Capcom Vancouver will fix the food court bug considering it is running on 2006 game code. A completely different set of staff remastered the game, so they wouldn't know where the issue is occurring because they were simply give the game code from the Xbox 360 and customized it to work on the Xbox One.
  • Posted on 19 September 16 at 00:00
    Strategy One said:
    I never knew there was a glitch, I thought it froze on my when entering food court because of the Xbox.... Thats a real bullshit glitch..
    I sent in my good xbox for repair because of it, before I had internet. I got a shitty refurb back and had the same issue. I know how you feel.
    Dead Rising Survivalist: 17d 06h 58m....[s]5th in the WORLD!!![/s] Board finally got hacked! [facepalm]
  • CONKER1182CONKER1182537,496
    Posted on 19 September 16 at 17:25
    GTAmissions1 said:
    CONKER1182 said:
    Then what does the day 1 patch fix?
    The patch is pretty much to make the game work. Nothing else. It is pretty common for many games to have launch day patches to make them work.

    Strategy One said:
    I never knew there was a glitch, I thought it froze on my when entering food court because of the Xbox.... Thats a real bullshit glitch..
    Don't forget that Dead Rising was released in 2006. Title updates didn't exist back then which the cost of providing a title update is around $40,000. The cost is intended to cover the staff, testing and resources to ensure the title update isn't going to cause any additional issues and certifying the update.

    They eliminated the fee years ago because Microsoft realized that some companies, especially smaller studios and independents didn't have the financial capacity to pay. This is what often led to broken games never being fixed.

    Though, I highly doubt that Capcom Vancouver will fix the food court bug considering it is running on 2006 game code. A completely different set of staff remastered the game, so they wouldn't know where the issue is occurring because they were simply give the game code from the Xbox 360 and customized it to work on the Xbox One.
    Can game devs ever release any games these days without day 1 patches?
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