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Touch the Dead

Eidos Interactive


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ESRB Rating: M (Mature) i
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Rob Steiner has been jailed for a murder he has not commited. Suddenly he finds himself surrounded by bloodthirsty zombies! From high security prisons to research facilities, pick up your gun and blast your way out! Play alone or with a friend with the DS wireless communication.

  • 1st M Rated Horror Shooter for the Nintendo DS
  • Bring death to the Undead using the stylus and touch screen to destroy every type of zombie that stands in the way of the escape route that leads to safety and the world of the living
  • Battle your way through hordes of flesh hungry zombies with a deadly arsenal of melee and projectile based weapons. Zombies take damage in 6 six places. Blow limbs off separately!
  • Stand alone or with a friend as you face armies of zombies in infectious, innovative multiplayer and Co-Op story mode using DS Wi-Fi capabilities
  • Immensely addictive arcade-action game play will test the reflexes of even the fastest gamer
  • Four terrifying chapters of horror, suspense and action lurking around every corner
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    Horror-themed stylus tapper!
    4 years ago
    This game is kind of an unofficial take on Sega's "House of the Dead" for the Nintendo DS. But, instead of using a light gun peripheral, you're "blasting" zombies by tapping them with your stylus instead. Your character wakes up to find his prison cell door open, locates a pistol, and then discovers the entire facility is overrun with the undead. Carnage ensues! The graphics are fully polygonal and fairly blocky. They're okay, but they won't knock your socks off. The zombies are suitably gory in appearance, although it would have been nice is there was a wider variety of enemy types. Gameplay is simple. The game is an "on rails" shooter, so you don't have to control the character's movement, which is automatic. You just tap wherever you want to shoot with the stylus, slide your bullets into your ammo clip to reload when you run out of ammunition, and use the d-pad to switch between your weapons. That's all there is to it. This game is pretty tough though; as I write this, I've only made it through four levels, and one boss, after many attempts. I think it could have been a little easier in general, or at least the developer could have given the option of an easier difficulty setting. All-in-all, it's a pretty fun horror game, but a bit too hard. If you enjoyed the House of the Dead games, you'll likely enjoy this.
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    I'd rather kiss a zombie then play this!
    8 years ago
    When I got this game I was expecting a wonderful DS port of "House of the dead". When I finally got around to playing it, I was wrong. First of all the difficulty is much to hard even on easy! And when you fight the first boss, you feel like your fighting the last! In other words VERY VERY HARD. And there is only 1 save slot!! Which means you wanna play it again? RESTART. Oh yeah and speaking of replay value the game delivers anything but replay value. And the bonus unlockables are terrible. The good thing though is that this game involves 3 great things. Zombies, Shooting things, and horror! Get this game at your own risk.
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    It was good,but boring
    9 years ago
    Touch the dead is kinda good,but boring for a while
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    Great storyline, horrible graphics and sound.
    10 years ago
    The storyline is great. Stuck in a prison filled wit zombies, go to a sewer filled with zombies, go to a swamp filled with zombies, then rooftops filled with zombies. The downsides are there are only 3 guns, 2 of which have extremely limited ammo, a pistol with unlimited ammo, and a crowbar. Horrible, blocky graphics, and repetitive sound. Buy Black Ops for Wii, XBOX360, or PS3.
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    Touch The Dead
    12 years ago
    It is pretty good but it is SUPER hard without unlocking god mode which is all the weapons and all the ammo. The story is about a guy who wakes up in prison and his cell door is open. He tries to escape and finds zombies everywhere. In the end, you know that some guy was turning people into zombies just to keep him from getting out. So overall its pretty fun, but weird. when you're outside, it's always pitch black outside. The weapons you get are a pistol, shotgun, crow bar, and, my favorite, the machine gun! So that's pretty much it. Even if you start out on the first level, you can still do the last chapter of the game. There are some bonuses, just the intro and end, the credits, and a bunch of artwork. So overall this game is really the only zombie shooter on ds OR psp! it's really your only choice! The graphics aren't great, but what do you expect, it's a ds game!
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