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Why was this article created?? no one plays Dead Rising Beta, this is just unnecesary and may confuse someone.Nickjaro 04:10, July 18, 2010 (UTC)

  • It's not unnecessary, it's nice interesting information that was once apart of Dead Rising. I've made sure that this article, along with a few others (Scoops, Rachel, and Alan) mentions that the information is from a past version of DR and it is no longer available. But it's nice to see what the older version of DR once was.--Mistertrouble189 04:14, July 18, 2010 (UTC)
  • I agree with Mistertrouble. On the Crash Bandicoot Wiki, they have an article on a stage that was removed form the final product. MagcargoMan 05:17, July 18, 2010 (UTC)
  • OK!! Lets keep it, but I thing that someone should write an article about Dead Rising Beta, explaining what it is, and create a new category for Dead Rising Beta scoops; because if I'm honest, when I saw the name, I thought it was a new revealed scoop for DR2. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Nickjaro (talkcontribs)
  • Well, we don't know much about the beta version of Dead Rising. We only know about this scoop, the fact that Natalie and Jeff were originally in the Entrance Plaza, and that Jo Slade held Sophie Richards hostage instead of Kay. And all that info are on the appropriate pages. I suggest you google or look up in the dictionary what "beta" for a video game is so you'll know in the future. --Mistertrouble189 19:21, July 18, 2010 (UTC)

"A woman with secrets" sounds more like a soft core porno for the cinimax channel

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