Reviews and Problems with House of the Dead: Overkill
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B-movie style zombie shooting game
11 February 2015
Summary: I remember playing a house of the dead game at Dave and busters and it was fun. I wanted to bring that fun feeling to the house and purchased it. The game is styled after a ‘70’s B movie. You can use either move or controller to play the game. Get a pistol peripheral for the move for better accuracy; and you’ll feel like you are at the shooting range shooting at zombie targets.
Summary: The plot on this thing is ridiculous, but I find myself running back again and again to play. Pretty good graphics, although the 3D functionality is a little bit off (not very well mapped as far as depth, and can strain the eyes after a little while) Good calibration standards, but I notice after a while I need to recalibrate, and in a few (very rare) circumstances, my recticle went completely rogue and off the map. Always during a boss battle too!
Summary: Awesome game. While PlayStations' Move accessories aren't very accurate, they're good enough to play this game. It's a lot of fun. I was reminded of my younger days in which I would spend all of my quarters playing this in the arcade.
Great game killing zombies in 3D is fun dual guns is awesome
8 June 2012
Summary: great game lots of fun. Brings you back to the days of the arcade room. its fun in 3D with dual guns. The only bad part is the cursing my young son love killing zombies but can't mute all the cursing
Loved it on the Wii, love it even more on the PS3!
12 May 2012
Summary: This game defines FUN! Yes, it's a screwball, over-the-top rip-off of Grindhouse -- but who doesn't want to play a screwball, over-the-top rip-off of Grindhouse? If you answered, "I don't!" this game isn't for you. For everyone else? This game is pure perfection. So why the 4 stars? Because the developers had 2 years to work on this after the Wii version and they only added 2 fun -- but short (shorter than usual) -- levels.
A pulpy, over-the-top arcade shooter that is a blast to play!
neu Tron, Amazon
20 April 2012
Summary: This is an HD port of the underappreciated Wii title, and now includes a couple extra stages, new weapons and game modes. The game, like all the House of the Dead games, is pure joy to play, especially with 2 players using Move controllers with gun attachments. Each stage is set up as an episode of a 1970's style grindhouse film, complete with the over-the-top language, violence and even "technical difficulties"!