Dead Head Fred Launch Trailer

With Dead Head Fred making its PSP-exclusive retail debut this week, D3Publisher of America has released the following trailer to commemorate the big launch. Dead Head Fred is in stores now for $29.95. Should have a copy coming in sometime next week, I’ll let you know how it turns out once I’ve had the chance to give it a try. It looks like one hell of a fun game, that’s for sure.

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“Dead Head Fred represents all the qualities in a game that we strive to deliver to our customers such as unique gameplay elements, distinctive characters and environments that draw players into the game-world,” said Peter Andrew, vice president of product development, D3PA. “We’re confident that Dead Head Fred will offer hours of non-stop action and the entertaining twisted and sarcastic humor that gamers enjoy.”

“Dead Head Fred is one of the most robust and fully-featured games available on the PSP system,” said Eric Peterson, president, Vicious Cycle. “We’re pleased to offer fans a completely original IP that takes full advantage of the technical capabilities of the PSP system and offers a compelling gameplay experience.”

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