People should realize that FMV games aren't the wave of the future. Corpse Killer does have its fine points. The video is clear, and there are some puzzle elements dealing with the locations. Even the story pretty good for a movie flick. The actual game Is the one thing that drags this title down. The shooting action is laughable with hokey zombies popping up here and there. Despite the cool setup. Corpse Killer lacks the basics of a good game.
Corpse Killers was released a while back for the Sega CD. The game was terrible because of Its horrible video, no gameplay and a fun factor of about zero. Now that Sega has a new powerhouse system, let's try another release. Nope, it's the same! Since the entire game is made up of full-motion video, you would think that the quality of the video would be at least average? Nope. The bottom line is that Corpse Killer is simply a bad game that should never be released!
Titles like Corpse Killer are the reason why I despise FMV games. The cinemas between levels are typical of the B-movie genre and are simply useless. Shooting superimposed zombies on a scrolling, two-dimensional, digitized background is not my idea of a good time. Granted, the video looks better on the Saturn than the Sega CD, but that's not enough reason for Corpse Killers to be ported over. It FMV is the future of gaming, I'm not looking forward to it.
This FMV is nothing more than a bad home version of Operation Wolf with more cinemas. The game is poor all the way through with little to offer over the earlier Sega CD version besides slightly clearer audio. The acting is that of a low-budget movie giving you the same message after a battle no matter if you Kill one enemy or all of them. I think it's time game designers put down the video camera and put new programming tech-nlques to use.
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PC compatible, P-200
Systems: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game features:Single game mode
Level after level of live-action attacks and deep strategy combine with campy, creepy characters.
Filmed on location in the Caribbean, this fast-paced send-up of honor movies leaves you stranded on a mysterious island, fighting a mad scientist with bad intentions and hundreds of zombies with bad hygiene.
As if that w'eren't enough, you're dying of a strange voodoo poison.
Directed by John Lafia, whose credits include Child's Play 2 and Man's Best Friend, this harrowing horror game pits you against armies of the living dead in more than 60 hours of game play.
Lush locations, spectacular special effects, and nonstop action make this a great, ghoulish adventure for the most EELa seasoned gamer.
You are What You Eat
Stuff You Should Know the bite of a zombie is poison. Get bit, and you're doomed to become one of them, hungering for a hunk of human flesh. Unless you can find the rare antidote. Well, Lieutenant, you've been bitten, and time ain't on your side. Your men have been captured. And Dr. Heilman is about to release a zombie army on the world. Unless you can stop him. Welcome to Cay Noir, the island locale of Corpse Killer for Sega CD 32X from Digital Pictures. Digital's latest full-motion-video release, Corpse Killer offers a mix of Interactive Movie Adventure and intense Shooting using the control pad, a Sega Menacer, or the American Laser Games Gamegun. If you are trigger-happy and enjoy the thrill of a good B movie, take a white-knuckle grip on Corpse Killer.
Your role is simple. To quote Winston, "You pull da trigga." When holed up at the graveyard, you can scan information on everything about Cay Noir and its residents, pick quests, save games, and send zombies back to the grave. Then, send some more zombies back to the grave. All roads eventually lead to Heilman's fortress. The potion that will cure your zombie bite is hanging around his neck. If you don't stop him, you'll become one of the undead, and you might wind up as a sprite wandering around as Menacer fodder on someone else's CD 32X. And that Is a fate worse than death. Corpse Killer. It'll kill ya.
Corpse Killer for Sega CD, If you have not yet seen the light and bought a 32X, don't despair. Corpse Killer is available in Sega CD format, too.
Help! You've been caught in a tree and a zombie thinks your leg is a KFC drummie. Don't worry. Be happy.
- Don't take on the fortress unless you have a full complement of Datura-coated bullets and AP shells and a full health meter.
- A Ju-Ju stick gives you special shielding powers against Black Magic Men.
- Check on Winston's Baba-Koo Manbones from time to time for a glimpse into the future.
- Retreat is not always a bad thing. It could save your life.
I and I, and I, and I...
Magliano - He's one of your best men. You get to watch, via Heilman TV, as he is turned info an undead soldier. Dr. Heilman - "You are not here on R & R, Lieutenant. You are here to blow my brains out!" Or so he says. Heilman's a kook who's turned all your men into zombies. Your job is to take him out. Winston - This wily Rastafarian has a deal for you. He'll be your taxi and guide on Cay Noir if you help him get to pirate treasure so that he can buy himself a new Hummer. Julie Barnes - An ambitious journalist, Julie wants the scoop on a secret government plan to give the U.S. a zombie army. Seems the plan has gotten out of hand, and she wants to tell the world about it ...and get her own talk show.
U will not love this game if...dead people make you projectile vomit. You like that require more than a little brain power. Your mommy won't let you play M-rated games.
Corpse Killer Screenshots and Media
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