Summary: You control Detective Fred, he's dead, lost his head, and is now a brain in a jar thanks to a mad scientist (Rene Descartes eat your heart out!) It is off the wall fun and it's worth an addition to your psp collection. It was a big deal back when it was released. It still is satisfying and you collect heads in the game which have special powers. So you must use your head(pun intended) to get by some tricky parts. Some heads are better in some situations.
Summary: It hast gangster era feel yet it has zombies and mutants. This is a game for the more mature because of the language. But nothing will make you try harder than you character calling you a loser. I've really gotten a kick out of playing it. Dead Head Fred is different and off beat.
Summary: Who would have thought that murder and decapitation would make such a fun game? Now, before the censors start running around trying to classify this game, let it be said that this game is more Addams Family than Mason Family. Fred Neuman is your typical nice guy who, while investigating the disappearance of his girlfriend's Dad, ends up on a mob hit list and literally loses his head. A mad scientist steps in and resurrects Fred, but with two glaring changes.
Summary: Dead Head Fred is a game that nails the atmosphere of the game like a mallet on a railway spike! The main character, Fred, voiced by Scrub's John C. McGinley, does an amazing job being the sarcastic and snarky main character, whose wit is one of the games high points, often prompting a laugh out loud response. That's not just him either, the whole game is well written. It's almost a half and half of noir and science fiction, and it's one great combination.
Summary: A strange and quirky game (in a good way), you don't really see games like this anymore, sadly. Use different heads to solve puzzles in the search for your own head. Being a brain in a jar is no fun. Great (and adult) writing and voice acting make the story interesting.