House of the Dead Overkill will be re-released on PS3

House of the Dead Overkill fans rejoice! The Wii game is being re-released on the PS3 for the Move under the title, The House of the Dead: Overkill Extended Cut. This version will include the original levels and two bonus ones. It will also have a new weapon, the crossbow. The list of additions also mention a new baby mutant threat, which sounds amazing.

The game is set to release on October 25th in the US, and October 28th in Europe.

Hit the jump to see the official press release, some screens, and the list of additions.

[Source: Sega Blogs]

Here are the additions to the game:

A NEW DEFINITION OF GORE
The signature horror b-movie style from the original OVERKILL remastered in High Definition and available in gore-splattered 3D for the first time ever.

PLAYSTATION MOVE READY
Use your PlayStation®Move motion controller to shoot your way down waves of infected mutants. Also compatible with the PlayStation®Move Sharp Shooter!

EXTENDED NIGHTMARE
Features the 7 remastered levels from the original House of the Dead: OVERKILL and 2 brand new exclusive levels unveiling an insane side story featuring two angry and armed strippers!

MORE MUTANTS, MORE WEAPONS
Face the new baby mutant threat and skewer enemies with the new crossbow, fully equipped with explosive bolts.

BRING YOUR FRIENDS
Team up with a mate to experience the 9 levels of the story mode the way they should be played and keep track of your high scores in the new online Leaderboards.

A GOREGASM OF GAME MODES AND COLLECTIBLES
Play through each level multiple times to grab all collectibles and PlayStation trophies. Experience inhumane difficulty with the new hardcore and single weapon modes.

 

Here is the official press release:

THE HOUSE OF THE DEAD: OVERKILL – EXTENDED CUT ANNOUNCED!

Murderous Mutant Mayhem with Move and 3D Support Exclusive to PlayStation®3 system!

LONDON & SAN FRANCISCO (May 27, 2011) – SEGA® Europe Ltd. and SEGA® of America, Inc. today announced that mutant-massacring B-movie blood fest, The House of the Dead: OVERKILL – Extended Cut™ is presented for the first time in full HD with 3D support and PlayStation®Move compatibility on the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system. This gruesome shooter puts you in the middle of a mutant outbreak in Bayou County. With all seven stages of the original re-mastered and two brand new scenarios added, the ‘baddest’ just got bigger!

Using a host of weapons, watch your back as mutants go mad for blood! Blast bloody pieces out of their wretched bodies to save you and a friend’s life as you work to uncover the mystery behind the outbreak. New goodies like PlayStation® trophies, new game modes and new content are outnumbered by only one thing: Bullets. Will you defeat everything this freakish nightmare town throws at you or will you become mutant chowder?

“The House of the Dead: OVERKILL – Extended Cut for the PlayStation®3 system will send players to the shrieking mad heart of mutant mayhem. This time we went further, faster and bloodier than before. We extended everything, even the title.” – Said Gary Knight of SEGA.

Experience 3D so real, you’ll still be crying late into the night and Move support so moving, you’ll place every shot right between the eyes! The House of the Dead: OVERKILL – Extended Cut is due for release October 28, 2011, in Europe, and October 25 in the United States for PlayStation®Move for the PlayStation®3 system. Prepare to see more at E3, if you dare!

And finally here are some screens.

  • Well… it looks I will be getting a Move.

  • John Doherty

    @ Alex
    Same here. I fully intend on picking this up seeing as I have yet to play Overkill.

  • ninjajosh

    they need to include keyboard compatability for typing

  • ninjajosh

    finally a game for playstation!!!! ive been getting jealous of xbox since they got guardian heroes and radiant silver gun

  • Josh Newey

    Dammit. I guess I’m getting a Move too. This thing has been on hold on my Goozex “want it” queue for months. Guess it’s time to take it down.

    I just can’t help but feeling annoyed at how all these unique games that set the Wii apart are now being ported to the motion control copycats. Can’t these guys just do something new instead of port everything that we’ve seen before? To be fair, this one looks like it will add quite a bit of new stuff. I just wish they’d stop adding to games that already exist and instead start something fresh from the ground up.

  • John Doherty

    @ Josh

    I agree, I would have preferred Overkill 2 to be honest. This is cool though seeing as I haven’t played the first one.

  • Josh Newey

    @ John

    Yeah, I’ve been hoping that some day we’d see a House of the Dead 4. Something that really goes back to the flavor of the original 2.

  • ninjajosh

    does anyone know if this game has that “amazing” voice acting like house of the dead 2?

  • grolt

    Now if this were HOTD4 coming to the Move then I’d probably be excited, but I’m pretty happy with the Wii version already, and it plays quite well with the Wiimote. Waste of effort, as far as I’m concerned, and really, isn’t the Move a bust?

  • grolt

    @ninjajosh

    Unfortunately, no (my favorite: “Don’t come!”). This one is wink wink in on the joke and really plays up the camp factor. In fact, I’d say it goes a bit too far the other way, laden with what has to be close to a record number of F-bombs for a video game.

    • @grolt

      It actually does have the world record for most swear words in a video game. It’s in the Guinness Book of World Records.

  • grolt

    Heh, not surprising then! The more you know.

  • ninjajosh

    @alex
    actually i think another game beat house of the deads record. i dont remember what though

  • John Doherty
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