The House of the Dead Overkill: The Lost Reels is now available on the App Stores and Google Play

Are you ready to kill some motherf***in’ mutants?

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:
▪ 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.

▪ 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.

▪ 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.

▪ Obliterate mutants with one of three control mechanisms optimized for your mobile device – Accelerometer, Virtual Pad and Frenzy Tap (unlockable)

▪ 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.

Issac’s Back Baby! The House of the Dead Overkill: The Lost Reels heading to IOS & Android phones

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

Greatest House of the Dead Moment Ever

Ever since I’ve played Overkill when it was released back in 2009 and the Extended Cut that came out last Halloween, I laughed my butt off through out the whole playthrough, particularly this scene. Where the newcomer Issac Washington is cussing his ass off being stranded out of no where while Papa Caesar is getting away, until G shows up with a new ride “The Ice Cream Truck”.

I must say this is by far the most funniest cutscene I have ever seen in a video game. G explains to Washington how a man can have his choice of music in his own automobile while Issac disagrees calling a ice cream truck an automobile. G then tries to discusses about music on the road while the outside is passing by, but Washington doesn’t share his personal taste in music before trusting that person and complains about sitting in the passager seat which he hasn’t done since he was a kid. Washigton just tells him to play his “f***ing music” and that’s when this situation turns funny.

We now know that our mysteries AMS agent that has appeared in almost every single HotD game out there, love himself some country music. That’s when Issac goes “WTF!” Issac then mocks G about his taste of music and gets in a argument with G. G is just trying to start a “conver-mothaf***in’-sation” and gives up and drive. Issac asks him can he drive as G responds with a “no!” following another question if he can have a lollipop with G saying “yes!” Issac then inserts his funky music.

Headstrong Games outdid themselves with Overkill. Hopefully they’ll work on a sequel with both characters along with Rogan or James Taylor.

Speaking of ice cream trucks, G and Washigton could have been good canidiates for Sonic & SEGA All-Star Racing, but that’ll be too much for the kiddies. Glad that they add Zobio and Zobiko in their place.