Playing the likes of Point Blank and Time Crisis on PS1 was a novelty unlike any other. Bringing these predominantly arcade experiences, often replicated immaculately, into your living room felt incredible at the time – especially if you were lucky enough to own a G-CON 45 or any of its alternatives. That magic was often enough to...
The House of the Dead Remake is a relatively authentic recreation of SEGA’s seminal arcade shooter, but without a lightgun in hand, it just doesn’t feel quite right. PS Move support was, of course, promised prior to release and has been officially patched in today. You’ll need to update your game – and make sure you have a PS...
If you’re aiming to suffer like G did as authentically as possible, then know that the upcoming House of the Dead Remake is targeting post-release PS Move support. The game – a full ground-up recreation of SEGA’s arcade classic – will attempt to recreate that nostalgic lightgun feel by adding optional support for Sony’s...
First spotted on the PlayStation Store backend prior to its Nintendo Switch release, The House of the Dead: Remake is now confirmed for a PS4 release. It'll launch next week on 28th April 2022, and costs £22.49/$24.99. The shooter only launched for Nintendo's hybrid console a few weeks ago, so this multi-platform port has been...
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THE HOUSE OF THE DEAD: Remake is a remade version of the game introduced in 1997 in arcade platform. A classic arcade rail-shooter receives a whole new entourage and gameplay changes to suit modern gaming standards.
- Well known arcade classic with modern graphics and controls, including gyro aiming
- True to the original gameplay
- Local 2-player multiplayer
- Multiple endings
- Armory with unlockable weapons
- Hordes of the undead monstrosities in a new game mode
- Gallery with encountered enemies and bosses