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In Overkill's story mode, players, either alone or with a local co-op partner, guide Agent G and Detective Isaac Washington in simple on-rails shooter missions against deadly mutants, each level culminating in vaguely differentiated boss battles. Along the way, you can shoot power-ups for grenades, health replenishment and a brief slow-motion mode. Also littered among the various power-ups are perks like comic book pages, 3-D models and access to audio tracks in the game's jukebox mode. While the comic pages and 3-D art are of questionable interest, many of the music tracks are both funny and good. Keep an eye out for the framed gold records in levels and shoot them when you can. After you've completed levels, they can be replayed for high scores and unlocking treats you had missed.

Upon release, The House of the Dead: Overkill received a generally favorable response from critics, with an average review score of 81% at GameRankings and 79/100 at Metacritic. Many critics praised the fast-paced balanced gameplay, with X-Play stating "the arcade style shooting is satisfying and provides a challenge for experienced players" yet "easily conquered for those who can't aim a Wiimote to save their life." Games Radar found the simple gameplay to be "varied enough to keep the momentum going."[26] Although considered to be easier than past games of the series, GameSpot calling the difficulty a "cake walk" at pure gore and bloodiest game times,[25] Eurogamer opined the game "almost never tries your patience, and it's made with such infectious and irreverent glee and such obvious pride, you can't help but join in."[22] The over-the-top B movie grindhouse style was particularly praised. Game Informer stated "the parade of F-bombs and one-liners fit in perfect harmony with the grindhouse presentation", even recommending it to Tarantino fans. GameSpot claimed it "reinvents the aging shooter series for the better with an over-the-top grindhouse theme that resonates in its every aspect, from the hilarious story to the fantastic vintage soundtrack."[25] Edge stated that Overkill "raises the bar for third party production values on this generation's best-selling console."[21] Though 1UP "still enjoyed the game", they did consider that "with its constant stream of expletives and toilet humor, it may turn just as many people away" and started their review with a disclaimer for younger gamers not to play, being strictly an adult game.[20] Another issue critics found was a number of technical issues, particularly with the frame rate, which IGN called "sketchy" and "sad to see in a game that has so much amazing content in it."[27] GamePro also experienced this, notably when "the screen became cluttered with enemies", originally hoping the issue to be fixed before the game's final release.[24] Another issue were glitches, with Computer and Video Games reportedly experiencing no enemies appearing at all at times and sometimes requiring to restart the console.

On the Special Achievement Award, GameSpot awarded Overkill Funniest Game of 2009, going on to say: "The interplay between Washington and Special Agent G is pure gold. Like Martin and Lewis with F-bombs. Mix that up with grindball atmosphere and Overkill cements its place as the funniest game of 2009."[29] The game received a Guinness World Record for being the most profane video game in history.[30][31][32] Jonathan Burroughs, the game's writer, said: "It is a dubious honor to receive such an accolade working in an industry where so often the fruits of your labors are derided and dismissed for being puerile or irresponsible. But in the case of The House Of The Dead: Overkill, a little puerility was the order of business. Parodying the profane excess of grindhouse cinema was (game developer) Headstrong Games' objective and I am flattered that this record acknowledges that we not only rose to that challenge, but entirely exceeded it."[33] This record was beaten a year later by Mafia II.[34]

Although the Wii attracts more dust than gaming in my household, there are always exceptions to the rule. It is mostly Nintendo's first party games that dominate the time, but one game burned brightly, briefly; House of the Dead: Overkill. Overkill was a twist on the usual House of the Dead gameplay, setting the on-rails 2 player co-op shooting in the world of exploitation cinema. This meant there was added blue language to the buckets of red blood.

If you've heard anything about Overkill you'll know its been heavily influenced by recent grindhouse sleeper hit, Planet Terror, Robert Rodriguez's homage to 70's B-movies. Dubbed as "funk horror" Overkill has been styled with all the cliché's you'd come to expect from the genre - and that's a good thing. Expect lot's of over the top violence, lot's of bad acting, lot's of funky music, lot's of swearing, oh, and a stripper. You'll soon figure out how the game earned it's 18 rating.

The main "Story Mode" is split into seven chapters, titled Papa's Palace of Pain, Ballistic Trauma, Carny, Scream Train, The Fettid Waters, Jailhouse Judgement and the final act: Overkill; all have their own distinct style and setting and is presented as its own individual movie, complete with poster, theme tune and intro/outro sequences.

I bought this game and I love it, its one of the most fun games I've played so far. Its funny, the swearing doesn't bother me because I've seen Grindhouse and knew what to expect. Everything is over the top, like the explosions, the mutants and dialogue. It was nice to see a developer take a chance with something different.

Released in 1996, the original House of the Dead was an on-rails shooter. That means you didn't control where or when your character moved. The camera took you from scene to scene, while you shot the shambling undead to stay alive and rescue survivors. It was much harder than it sounds. Boss fights challenged you to aim at tiny, moving weak points, and the unforgiving arcade difficulty sucked quarters from your pocket. Repeated playthroughs revealed hidden paths that gave you more reasons to blow your change.

Unfortunately, as a straightforward remake of a 1990s arcade game, The House of the Dead: Remake is extremely short. You can breeze through the four chapters in less than an hour. Granted, these games are meant to be replayed, but it's still disappointing to quickly see all the content, even at the budget price. The grindhouse-inspired House of the Dead: Overkill was a much more substantial console rail shooter.

Typing of The Dead: Overkill is a kind of zombie in its own right. Designed as a modification of House of the Dead: Overkill, the development house, Blitz Games Studio, died while the Typing of The Dead game was only partially done. The developers managed to negotiate a new contract with Sega and complete the game in an amazingly short span of time.

Typing of the dead: Overkill fuses the horror and comedy of the legendary House of the Dead series with unique typing mechanics in order to deliver a truly original gaming experience! This gruesome shooter puts you in the middle of a mutant outbreak in Bayou county. Blast pieces out of the zombie horde across 9 stages, one keystroke at a time, in order to save you and a friends life as you work to uncover the mystery behind the outbreak.

The two strippers are encountered by Candi Stryper and Varla Guns during their battle through the strip bar. Coco and Sindy left for the biker bar on Varla's bike, so she went there to get it back. When the girls found Coco and Sindy in the basement, they are shocked by what they've become. Coco is now a small, slim, ugly creature, while Sindy is a giant, obese pile of flesh. Candi notices that Varla's Bike keys are tied to a belly "ring" on Sindy, so they must kill the duo before Varla can reclaim her ride. After shooting Coco into Sindy's face, Sindy falls over dead, crushing Coco underneath. Varla reluctantly rips the keys from Sindy's stomach before leaving with Candi, who ponders how the two strippers became like that. 153554b96e

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