House of the Dead: Overkill News
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It turned out to be quite the interesting year, didn't it? Even though a batch of games got pushed back to next year, 2009 still had a pretty impressive roster of titles. The obvious ones we've already covered, but we wanted to break down our favorites from the year on a more personal level. All this week we'll be featuring G4tv.com and X-Play...
The first volley in a series of "hardcore" games which is coming soon for the Wii, launches today with the release of SEGA's revival zombie rail-shooter House of the Dead: Overkill. Self-described as "the hardcore you've been waiting for," early reviews thus far have been relatively favorable to the Headstrong-developed light...
In the first making-of video from british developer Headstrong, they discuss the hallmarks of Sega's rail shooter series House of the Dead. They also speak about adding their own touch to the franchise with House of the Dead: Overkill for the Nintendo Wii. See how "damn awesome" Overkill will be next month. House of the Dead: Overkill...
'House of the Dead: Overkill' Goes Gold, Releases Trailer Including Terror, Horror, Flesh... Ice Cream?
Sega and Headstrong Games have announced that their Wii zombie rail shooter has officially gone Gold. To celebrate the project's journey to the factory they've released this new trailer detailing the game's story and characters, including a secret agent, a playboy cop and... a stripper? Hrm, sounds like Padilla's last trip to Vegas. Look for...
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