House of the Dead’s very own Big Boy, Chariot, and many other SEGA characters join in a Sega Legends War collaboration with Code of Joker Ver.2.3.ex2 with additional 40 new cards. For those who don’t know, Card of Joker is a Japanese SEGA arcade card game with the trading cards only appear digitally, and the game is played solely with the touch screen. It’s astandard one on one card battler, with no genre or spin mixed within.
7 characters can be chosen with all their specific joker cards with all their special abilities. Then you have the Unit Card, which are the monsters which are divided into warrior, monster, genius, devil, angel, machine, hero and more. Combination monsters can also be summoned to help the units, just like the character you choose. Non-monster cards are the Trigger cards, which activate when you attack and then there are Inticaptor cards that activate on enemy players.
SEGA will be scheduling a live stream event at the Japan Amusement Expo on February 10th and 11th showcasing their arcade line up in 2018 including House of the Dead Scarlet Dawn. They will be holding a talk event of the latest entry in the series that continues to attract people all over the world with Japanese model Nana Suzuki as a guest. You can watch the live stream here on SEGA of Japan’s YouTube channel with the talk scheduled for Saturday at 10:30 – 11:00 JST (8:15 PM in EST).
Welcome back my AMS friends! Kori-Maru here and I am back in business on updating The Website of the Dead with new information on the recently announced entry to The House of the Dead series, House of the Dead Scarlet Dawn, and providing more informative details on previous titles. Let’s first start by discussing House of the Dead Scarlet Dawn and its gameplay first, then move on towards my plans for this website and the community. Hit the jump for us to get started. Continue reading →
After SEGA sent their cryptic messages on social networks and , the company has finally announced that Typing of the Dead OVERKILL will be available on STEAM for $9.99. Fans of the original Typing of the Dead on arcade and SEGA Dreamcast will be pleased with this announcement. This title will definitely educate you with so many swears than a sailor! You can download the game here for $9.99 and 50% off before Halloween ends. For more info and images from the game, hit the jump. Continue reading →
Hitting the App Store and Google Play today for $4.99 is the mobile port of SEGA’s The House of the Dead: Overkill, dubbed “The Lost Reels”. Via the App Store & Google Play description comes a slew of features: DISCOVER THE LOST REELS ▪ Experience 3 goregasmic worlds full of carnage in Story Mode. ▪ In Papa’s Palace of Pain, Ballistic Trauma, and Naked Terror, you’ll be screaming ‘til your last breath.
DISMEMBER UTTERLY DISGUSTING MUTANTS ▪ Enjoy non-stop shooting action as you blow apart mutants for high-score thrills. ▪ See how long you can hold off the swarms of undead in Survival Mode.
REJOIN THE ORIGINAL CAST ▪ Isaac Washington: a hard-drinking ladies’ man who deals damage in droves. ▪ Agent G: an inexperienced but deadly assassin who keeps a steady hand under pressure. ▪ Varla Guns: the hottest stripper on the Bayou City club scene who enjoys the largest clip. ▪ Candi Stryper: an expert with her hands who knows how to reload.
FINGERBLAST ON THE GO ▪ Obliterate mutants with one of three control mechanisms optimized for your mobile device – Accelerometer, Virtual Pad and Frenzy Tap (unlockable)
UPGRADE YOUR ARSENAL ▪ Destroy mutants to earn Ka$h, the in-game currency, and upgrade your pistol to something that really blasts through flesh. ▪ Enhance your killing prowess with combo extenders, reload boosters, and other game-changing upgrades.
But that’s not all! The game also features some super sweet bits of SEGA fan service. Want to know the details? Hit the link for our impressions at SEGABits and stay tuned to SEGAbits and The Website of the Dead for our reviews.
At a press event at GDC, Sega revealed House of the Dead Overkill: The Lost Reels, a mobile version of its popular light-gun shooter franchise. The game will maintain the same classic grindhouse horror movie feel as it’s console counterparts with a few new additional changes such as repurposing levels, characters and the ability to tap to shoot. There has been no announcements on the release date so far since the reveal. Hit the jump for images of the game to fill your GOREGASM! Continue reading →
With Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed leaked in certain stores, I thought I’d share some news to all House of the Dead fans who are planning to pick up the game. I am happy to announce that Zobio & Zobiko will not be racers but will be getting married within Curien’s Mansion and Sonic & friends are invited to the wedding (Sorry AMS agents, there will be no wedding crashing this time around). What to know what’s going down in the house? Click to read more *Spoilers ahead* Continue reading →
Coffee with Games shows off their data report on The House of the Dead 2 & 3 Return for the Nintendo Wii. Apparently, the compilation has done very well for a game that’s been released 4 years ago. Check out their data report after the jump. Continue reading →
Sony is having a sale on all of it’s horror themed games on PSN. That includes The House of the Dead. The House of the Dead Bundle is on sale for PSN members for $21.99 and PS+ Members can get their hands on the game for $15.39.
Not only that, The House of the Dead Overkill Extended Cut is also available to download for $20. You can download the full game on PSN. I recommend it if your in for the goregasm this Halloween.
Halloween is the perfect day to play some House of the Dead with your friends. I wouldn’t eat candy while playing the game if I we’re you. :p
Walt Disney UK has uploaded a new trailer of the upcoming Disney movie, Wreck-It-Ralph. In the beginning of the trailer, there are tons of arcade cabinets of all types of games including The House of the Dead. It’s great to see The House of the Dead getting a lot of love in this movie along with other Sega franchises like Sonic the Hedgehog & Virtua Cop.
Disney’s Wreck-It-Ralph is set to be released in theaters on Nov 2, 2012. Be sure to check it out!