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"Children are geniuses when it comes to play. Come see our selection of toys designed to inspire your child and bring out the genius within."
—Willamette Parkview Mall Map

Child's Play is a toy store on the first floor of Paradise Plaza in Dead Rising.

It is one of three toy stores in the Willamette Parkview Mall, filled with tons of toys and books for kids of all ages. The most notable attraction in the store is the large Servbot statue.

On the second day, a pair of twins can be found in the store during the unmarked scoop Twin Sisters.



See Ye Olde Toybox for many of the toy textures found in this store


Prestige Points[]

There is a Special Prestige Point Bonuses in this toystore.

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Frank can hit the Servbot head to realign it for 10,000 prestige points.

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Use Frank's spit for small movement changes. To spit,hold Right trigger while pressing X button while Frank is not equipped with an item. Unequipping an item is done by pressing D-pad up.

PP Stickers[]

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On the back of the giant Servbot statue.


  • The name Child's Play comes from a 1988 American horror movie, in which a serial killer possesses the body of a doll.
  • One guide states that weapon damage can be tested on the Servbot Head. The rotation is an excellent indicator of damage dealt. The Real Mega Buster and Laser Sword rotate the Servbot Head almost exactly 1.5 times, the most of any weapon. A Toy Laser Sword makes the head move fewer than five degrees.[1]
  • Pamela Tompkins technically isn't in this store, but rather right outside it in the moat.
  • Child's Play is also the name of a charity founded by Penny Arcade creators Mike Krahulik and Jerry Holkins in 2003. It donates various toys and video games to sick children at hospitals worldwide.[2]



  1. West, Matthew.Dead Rising - Infinite Mode Strategy Guide, GameFAQs, (December 20, 2006).
  2. Child's Play Charity