6 life lessons to be learnt from Dead Rising 2

More profound than just killing zombies

Looking to a game concerning the zombie apocalypse for advice might initially seem as sensible as necking a bottle of drain cleaner or discussing race relations with Mel Gibson. But peer a little deeper and Capcom%26rsquo;s undead slayer, and its bum-chinned protagonist Chuck Greene, are actually valuable fonts of wisdom for your daily life.

What follows are six of the sagest nuggets you can pick up, plus %26ndash; just so you know that we%26rsquo;re doing this all scientific, like %26ndash; evidence of them already being put into effective practice in reality. (That%26rsquo;s the thing that happens when you turn your console off.) And hey, if they%26rsquo;re good enough for Lady Gaga then surely they%26rsquo;re good enough for you%26hellip;

1. Reality TV is evil

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