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The House of the Dead: Remake - Limidead Edition (Nintendo Switch)
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- The complete remake (visual, audio, mechanics, and new game modes) of the iconic shooter game released in Arcade in 1996
- Play alone or with a friend, using joycons or a gun
- Frenetic action that never stops
- An entire bestiary of creatures to unlock to learn more about their weaknesses
- The Limidead edition includes the base game, an exclusive lenticular box, 2 character stands and a sticker sheet.
- Rated : Ages 18 and Over
- Language : Multilingual
- Product Dimensions : 1 x 10.5 x 17 cm; 80 Grams
- Release date : 26 May 2022
- ASIN : B09V8SM2MS
- Item model number : HDR-SWI
- Country of origin : Japan
- Best Sellers Rank: 1,139 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
- 128 in Nintendo Switch Games
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The famous Zombie shooter is back in a full remake! Renew the spirit of Arcade from the nineties with the remake of this iconic shooter!
A scientist and expert on the Human Genome Theory, Dr. Roy Curien, descends into insanity as he searches for a power that allows him to resurrect the dead. After he succeeds, one of the researchers named Sophie Richards manages to contact her AMS friends Thomas Rogan and Agent G for help. Their mission is to stop the mad scientist and rescue all the laboratory staff, by making their way through the mansion, while fending off hordes of zombies.
Alone or with a friend, fight against zombies and nightmare creatures in this gory and uninhibited zombie shooter.
The Limidead edition includes the base game, an exclusive lenticular box, 2 character stands and a sticker sheet.
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It's obviously best played with the motion control as sudo light guns, but they do drift off point quite a lot, but are quickly centred again. It's quite awkward to control with the sticks. Light gun games were never intended to be played with sticks or pads anyway!
Levels are very accurate to the original arcade layouts too. I played the original loads back on the old SEGA Saturn and enemy placements soon came back to me, as did the numerous routes you can take.
I also like the packaging on this release too. It looks great and it's the kind of game that deserves to be a physical release too.
Sadly though, everything is great apart from the game play. Its hard to aim and becomes very frustrating. At times I've had to point the controller down to the right to get the cross hairs in the centre of the screen and then you can only make a very small jester to move the target. I watch a review in you tube (which I should have done first) which says its much easier with a pro controller. But who wants to use a controller for an arcade gun game!!
May just go on ebay and buy a second hand wii and house of the dead on that. Shame, but the controlls massively let it down.
This arcade game was so popular, that it got ported releases on the Nintendo Wii with The House of the Dead Overkill and House of the Dead 2 & 3, and with the Wii Controls it felt more like the arcade then another other system release.
Now Nintendo are back, with The House of the Dead Remake, once again bringing the Game back to the system that was designed for more arcade games (wii at the time). The switch was more powerful then the wii console, but didnt have the motion controls that the wii did.
The Joy-cons gave you a arcade feel for the game, but if you played the old wii titles like overkill then you'd see that the wii still outshines when it came to the controls. This remake was done really well, and the updated graphics do stand out and making it more intense with the cutscenes, compared to the arcade graphics. The gameplay is still the same, as your character automatically moves whilst you aim and shoot, as a typical arcade shooter would.
Many people have issue with this game, but I dont see that. I still see a great classic brought back to life. and if its your first time with this title, then I welcome you to a great classic and hope you have memories with it just as much as I did.