Excerpt: Back in the day, when we were all much younger, an Evil Dead video game sounded like a natural move for the franchise. Ash was practically a video game hero already, with his infinite supply of shotgun shells, constant supply of bad one-liners, and ability to brush off attacks that should have, by rights, crippled him. Even better, he fought zombies, which are in the top ten all-time video game antagonists.
Excerpt: Even with that, the Evil Dead series hasn't exactly set the world on fire. The first game, Hail to the King on the Dreamcast and PSOne, was a weird attempt at survival horror, and 2003's A Fistful of Boomstick was a deeply flawed budget title that was fun for about fifteen minutes. Even with Bruce Campbell's involvement, neither game's worth checking out; they're pretty much blatant cash runs, grafting Ash's face and voice onto unremarkable action games.
Excerpt: Deadites rejoice! THQ is once again providing the campy horror antics that only Bruce Campbell and CO. can provide. At under $20, there is more than enough to satisfy Evil Dead fans, although non-fans might be left wondering what the big deal is. Check out the review of Evil Dead: Regeneration, and Jeremy's triumphant return to GF!, right here.
Pros: ups: Great humor and presentation. It's for the fans.
Cons: downs: Short, repetative gameplay. Non-fans might not get it.
Excerpt: I spent the better part of an hour ruminating on how to start this review. I considered talking about how much I love the Evil Dead films and Bruce Campbell, about how I wish the games made from the series would get a bigger budget, and how I like the idea of decent games coming out with a $20 price point. However, at the end of that hour, the thing that kept coming back to me was this: If you love the Evil Dead films, you will enjoy this game.
Conclusion: Like I said earlier in this review this is not a game you will be able to jump into and play. In fact once you do get the control system down you will find that the game really doesn’t take you in and catch your eye. The story is really not used very well and the absence of anything vaguely interesting really hurts the game. The hunt for those artifacts does extend your gaming time, but for the most part gamers will get bored with Sub Rebellion fairly quickly.
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Summary: Necronomicon vuelve a abrir sus maléficas páginas para atraer a nuestro mundo a los espíritus infernales que estarán dispuestos a poseernos al menor descuido, solo Ash podrá librarnos de este peligro, aunque en esta ocasión contará con la inestimable ayuda de Sam, un personaje tremendamente parecido al muy conocido y querido «Larry», juntos deberán poner las cosas nuevamente en su lugar.