Extended House of the Dead: Overkill PS Move Port Drops F-Bombs on PS3 This Fall


Like many mature games on the Wii, The House of the Dead: Overkill didn’t achieve much success, despite being a wickedly fun and ridiculously vulgar grindhouse romp. Now, going the way of Dead Space: Extraction, Sega’s B-movie zombie rail-shooter is getting a second chance at glory on the PS3!

The House of the Dead: Overkill – Extended Cut, slated for retail release in time for Hallowen on October 25th in the U.S. (the 28th in Europe), is a port of the two-year-old Wii game remastered in HD with full PlayStation Move motion control functionality. Not only that, the game will contain two brand new scenarios, new play modes and other added content, and will also support stereoscopic 3D that’s so real, “you’ll still be crying late into the night.”

I don’t care about the 3D, but boy, those new HD graphics sure look nice!

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