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Dead Head Fred Videos and Trailers - PSP

  • Publisher: D3P
  • Genre:Action, Adventure
  • Developer: Vicious Cycle
  • Release Date:Aug 28, 2007
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Blood and Gore,Intense Violence,Mature Humor,Strong Language)
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Game Description:In the 1940's, a twisted science experiment went terribly wrong, leaving you as an animated corpse with no head! In this single-player adventure designed exclusively for the PSP, you'll explore the town of Hope Falls and its outlying areas, like Creepy Hallow, Pitt's Power Plant, and Freak Farms. Head out on a quest for vengeance as you use the severed heads of your enemies, each with their own unique powers you can change on the fly. Novel combat moves like head-pounding and slicing them to ribbons keep the action flowing. Lots of side missions and mini-games including Dirty Pool, Head-to-Head Pinball, and The Feather Doom adds to non-stop fun.
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