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The House of the Dead: Remake Announced


Hot on the heels of their Panzer Dragoon remake, MegaPixel Studio and Forever Entertainment’s next project is a remake of the 1996 classic The House of the Dead.

This classic rail-shooter, which previously appeared in arcades and on the SEGA Saturn, puts players in the shoes of agents Thomas Rogan and “G.” These two must team up, pistols in hand, to combat the products of the dangerous Dr. Curien. The original title was built on the Virtua Cop game engine and was primarily designed as a two-player game.

A whole new entourage and gameplay changes that have been designed to suit modern gaming standards will be included in this release. Note that SEGA will remain the IP owner of the series.

Learn more with the trailer below:

THE HOUSE OF THE DEAD: Remake || Nintendo Switch Trailer

The title will come out for the Nintendo Switch.

Source: YouTube
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