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The House of the Dead: Overkill Extended Cut Hands-On Preview | CheatCC

CheatCC says - The House of the Dead: Overkill Extended Cut Move Edition. Once you get past the needlessly long name, you can basically take the game exactly for what it is: a rail-shooter. This archaic genre has been trying to make a comeback on motion-controlled systems ever since Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles came out on the Wii, and The House of the Dead is one rail-shooter franchise that we have loved since the old arcade days. It tries so hard to prove that there is still a market for these games in our current gaming generation, but it misses its mark in several ways. (House of the Dead: Overkill - Extended Cut, PS3)

SilverSlug  +   1632d ago
Game is fucking great, fuck this site.
Grodd  +   1632d ago
Day one, I wonder how many light gun games he's played on the PS3. I love em all even Cabela's Dangerous Hunts.

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