House of the Dead Somehow Unaffected by Housing Crisis

Thu, Jan 5, 2012

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For the last four years, property values have been plummeting, and foreclosure rates have skyrocketed. It’s a little baffling, in the face of this turmoil, how the House of the Dead — a terrifying mansion atop a secret occult laboratory, in “fixer-upper” condition at best — continues to attract residents and keep its mortgage. SEGA, real estate game expert and TriplePoint client extraordinaire, have proven the housing crisis does not affect swarming zombie dwellings, and is about to unleash two installments in the saga, inviting players to redecorate the charming mansion in blood-based hues.



House(s) of the Dead 3 and 4 are coming to PSN, this month, and this spring, respectively. The down payment is pretty low, actually, but the interest rate is murder!

You’d have made the same joke, in my position. Don’t judge.

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