|“||Nobody messes with my kid.||„|
|~ Chuck, before attacking Frank|
Chuck Greene, the hero of Dead Rising 2, appears as a psychopath in the what-if story of the video game; Dead Rising 2: Off the Record.
Dead Rising 2: Off the Record
Frank West confronts him in the mission, "People Like Us".
He attempts to touch a yellow bike until Chuck shows up saying to not touch his bike. Frank apologizes and Chuck did the same. When he attempts to get him to an emergency shelter, Chuck refuses saying his daughter, Katey, needs Zombrex for 24 hours. However, in this game, Katey has died, and in order to cope with this loss, Chuck duct taped a doll on his back and named her after his dead daughter, living in denial of her death and became an alcoholic to kill the pain. Frank later realizes that Chuck has gone insane so he grabs the doll's leg, trying to convince him to go with him, but instead it angering Chuck as he accuses him of being a psychopath and trying to hurt Katey. He gets on his bike in an attempt to kill Frank.
Frank successfully defeats him. Chuck crawls and grabs the doll's head and saying all that matters is that she's okay. Frank gets his bike keys after he's down; however, when he turns around, his body has disappeared, indicating Chuck is still alive. This idea is made a bit more idealist when Chuck becomes Frank's partner.