The House of the Dead: Overkill Extended Edition (PS3)
The original title The House of the Dead launched in arcades way back in 1997, debuting a year later on the Sega Saturn. It was a classic light-gun outing sharing many gameplay dynamics with the Virtua Cop franchise and sequels have arrived on various platforms including PC, Xbox, Wii and now PlayStation 3. Overkill Extended Edition is not a simple remake, the 2009 title which this game is based on was originally released for the Nintendo Wii and by all accounts it appears as though the game was remade from scratch for its PS3 debut.
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http://cue.edu.co/homework-sites-for-kids/ Homework Sites For Kids HotD:OEE is of course an on rails shooter, the paths are predefined and at no point will the user control the movement. So of course all that’s left is to shoot the aggressors as they approach the screen. Our weapon’s ammo count is displayed in the corner of the screen and a combo indicator in the form of a revolver barrel alongside the score in the top corner. Weapons can be upgraded to provide more damage, larger clips, faster reload times etc and these upgrades or additional weapons such as shotguns and assault rifles are available to purchase via the "Gun Shop". Currency is earned through completing the missions and can also be gained through shooting the money targets when they appear in-game.
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With its roots in old school arcade gameplay Overkill Extended Edition really brings back that classic feel and while there is nothing ground-breaking here we had plenty of fun playing. Fans of the original series will definitely enjoy some mindless blast everything on screen action and it’s a great game for a session with a few friends. That said we did find that the boss fights were quite repetitive and rather long, not challenging as such, just an everlasting life bar and only a set number of attacks.
Speaking of playing with friends, two player mode means we can go tear up the streets with a mate and when playing with others it’s not always about the story but just have fun.
Added to that good job that’s been done on the HD remastering we have the anaglyph 3D feature which means we can make the game even more retro and with a pair of old school 3D glassesÂ really rock the classic feel.
Replayability is always going to be limited in a rail shooter but the developers have provided plenty of bonus content to be discovered. Few gamers will collect them all on play one so completists have something to aim for and add to that additional modes of play featuring increased enemy numbers, or classic mode where only a single handgun is available and there’s plenty of extra play time to be had.
Essentially it’s good ole’ classic arcade shooting fun, nothing more, nothing less. Definitely one for the collection… just be aware that failing to complete the game 100% could leave you a little under the weather… 86%