Explore a post-apocalyptic wasteland of unrelenting terror! Keep both barrels loaded and bring a friend along.
House of the Dead III’s storyline has you wading through a flood of blood & gore. Branching paths keep youguessing as you uncover new secrets, new enemies, and special hidden areas.
Like its predecessors, House of the Dead III is a “rail shooter” – a game where the computer controls your movement (as if you were in a rail car) while you aim and shoot at the enemies on the screen.
You can play the PC version with a mouse, but for the most enjoyment I strongly recommend getting a light gun (or two) and playing this game the way it was meant to be played.
Most critics of this game (and of rail shooters in general) complain about the fact that this isn’t a typical First Person Shooter. “This game sucks because you can’t go wherever you want”. But that’s like saying “Need for Speed” sucks because you can’t get out of the car and shoot people, like you can in “Grand Theft Auto”. These are two different *genres*. “Need for Speed” is a racing game, pure and simple. “Grand Theft Auto” is not.
Likewise, “House of the Dead III” is a light gun rail shooter, not an FPS. And it should be judged on its merits as such, instead of in comparison to games of a different genre.
So, if you like Light Gun games, you’ll love this one. The graphics are great, and the gameplay is pure Sega Arcade Goodness. The voice acting is what you’d expect from the “House of the Dead” series (cheesy writing, bad acting), but the attempted seriousness of some of the dialog makes it sound a little worse than previous games.
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