SEGA Addresses Dead Housing Crisis on PSN

Tue, Apr 17, 2012

Console, Frisky Misc

Given that every single PlayStation Network user is entitled to their own PlayStation Home, you wouldn’t think there was any kind of PSN housing crisis, but SEGA knows better. Nobody gives any thought to the thousands of homeless creatures and lumbering monsters out there, but these philanthropists and TriplePoint clients have stepped in to solve the issue, and are finally providing those terrifying baddies with a place to call their own. House of the Dead 4 is now available for PSN. You’re welcome.

From the press release:

Originally released for arcades in 2005, The House of the Dead 4 added a number of new features to the core light gun action players have come to expect from the series, including hidden rooms that contain score-boosting items and interactive sequences that force players to push away grabby enemies. With an HD conversion worthy of the arcades, new trophies to earn, full PlayStation®Move support, and plenty of baddies to shoot, this is one horror story you won’t want to miss taking part in!

It’s nice that someone is finally thinking of the creatures. Now, I’ve put together a nice welcome basket for our new online neighbors, so let’s just visit them and OH GOD MY FACE AAAAGH

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