Excerpt: Before the age of armchair gaming, massive multiplayer meet-ups and 3D handheld gaming, ordinary folk would gather in arcades, their pockets heavily burdened with game tokens while queuing in line for their favourite game.
Excerpt: Some players scoff at arcade rail shooters. The games generally take less than a half hour to plow through and contain some rather simplistic gameplay: insert money, point gun at enemy horde, blow enemies’ heads off, run out of life, rinse, repeat.
Pros: Perfect home conversion of an excellent arcade title, includes bonus scenario that many fans have not had a chance to experience due to limited availability
Excerpt: The disturbance of nature is to be blamed on humanity's destructive reproduction. Balancing the life cycle and restoring the wheel of fate requires an end and a new beginning for mankind. This . . . doesn't make any sense does it?
Excerpt: Originally released for arcades in 2005, The House of the Dead 4 added a number of new features to the core light gun action players have come to expect from the series, including hidden rooms that contain score-boosting items and interactive...
Excerpt: I’ve always been a big fan of The House of the Dead series. For some time however, Sega has really only focused on The House of the Dead 2 and 3. Both games have seem multiple re-releases, with The House of the Dead 3 most recently hitting the PS3 and Nintendo Wii (Along with The House of the Dead 2...
Summary: House Of The Dead 4 released in arcades back in 2005, and Sega decided to update it with HD graphics, add in Playstation move controller compatibility, and re-release it on Playstation Network. Is this arcade style game as fun with a PS Move as it is with a light gun? Read on to find out.