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Uranus Zone is the new area located in Fortune City featured in Dead Rising 2: Off the Record. It is a futuristic space theme park with three different rides that can be used to kill zombies and win extra PP.
As previously stated, there are three different major rides that can be used to kill zombies. These are the 'Galactic Glide', a looping starship to the north of the park, the 'UFO Crash', a somewhat small giant drop near the doors to the Atlantica Casino and finally the 'Orbital Oscillation', which is a very fast version of a teacup ride, situated to the south.
Aside from the rides there is a strip of mini games Frank can play running right down the middle of the park, joining the Galactic Glide with Orbital Oscillation. These range from shooting moving alien targets with a Toy Spitball Gun to "feeding" aliens by throwing "space meat" into their mouths to score points. Hitting targets in these mini games will net Frank small amounts of PP, and completing them usually gives a bonus of about 1000 PP.
There are also a few stores located around the back of the park. These are mainly clothing stores where Frank can obtain outfits such as the Alien Costume and the Space Suit.
The new Fortune City Bank, including security boxes, is located here.
Finally, there is a club named 'Jump Space 7' located behind the Galactic Glide. It has a restaurant on the ground floor and going upstairs will lead you to the actual club. If Frank looks behind the counter upstairs he will find a Money Case and a Shotgun. Then if you go further you will see a VIP area and there will be another Money Case and a Handgun. And smashing the window and heading out onto the ledge will lead you to some Zombrex.
- Originally, the developers were going to add another casino to Off the Record. Since it would only be for aesthetics and wouldn't offer anything new gameplay wise, the idea was scrapped.
- Uranus Zone was originally going to be a western theme park.
- With a bit of strategy, the rides can be used to kill zombies.
- In Uranus Zone, the midway is called "Midway-A-Matron 2525", which may be a reference to the 1969 song "In The Year 2525" by Zager & Evans.