Producer Josh Bridges explains: "At face value, all the government influence is actually built to help. It's not a dystopian world with obvious surveillance and people running underground. It's just a result of the zombie threat."
Nick Ramos stumbles upon one of the dead agents who was trying to evacuate from Los Perdidos. The dead agent has a PDA (palmtop computer) allowing the player to connect to Xbox Smartglass through the player's cell phone. Nick can hack into the government network and call in airstrikes.
- ↑ a b Mike Jones, Dead Rising 3 Preview Interview With Mike Jones At Comic Con - Gamerhubtv, youtube, (July 19, 2013)
- ↑ Alan Bell, Dead Rising 3 Developer Interview, NZGamer, (17 October 2013).
- ↑ An hour in Dead Rising 3, Xbox One's scariest, silliest horror game, Xbox Magazine, (October 2013).