About This Product
Year of Release: 1997
About the Game
It's time the world learnt about the true meaning of fear...
You're there and it's the last place in the world you want to be... A story that will make you shudder and graphics that will shock you. After the House of the Dead, shooting games will never be the same again...
The first in the 'House of the Dead' series was released by Sega in 1997 and comes in a standard size upright cabinet.
Make your way through a haunted mansion filled with crazed zombies, chainsaw-wielding "undeads" and other nasty creatures!
The game allows you to aim and destroy specific body parts, i.e. you can blow off the arms of a chainsaw-wielding undead enemy -although blowing off their heads is the fastest way of killing them. Awesome and one of the best selling modern video games!
The House of the Dead features a multiple plot system of different shocking scenes every time you play!
For the first time ever in a shooting game, the story unfolds according to the player's actions so that each game holds new discoveries.
Players can win repeatedly, each time building on their score.
The story develops in different directions from an early stage of the game, allowing even beginners to enjoy the different plots.
The storyline is totally interactive. There's different rooms and enemies every time you play!
Each scene gets more intense! Enemies become more deadly as you become more accurate
Shoot objects such as doors, barrels and boxes to find hostages, power ups and more enemies!
Attackers will cause you to lose life torches. You can find more life torches and power ups hidden behind objects
To reload the gun, shoot away from the game screen. The gun can hold six bullets at a time
First Chapter - "Tragedy" - Battle your way into the house by blasting beasts from the dead!
Second Chapter - "Revenge" - Fight your way through the main floor of the house on your way to a confrontation with the boss enemy!
Third Chapter - "Truth" - Find secret passages and rooms in the upstairs level of the mansion
Final Chapter - "House of the Dead" - This is it - the final test!
Please note that screen shots are photographs and may not represent high quality of game graphics.
About the Cabinet
This is the original standard upright cabinet.
House of the Dead was originally released to the arcade and amusement trade industry in 1997 and was a huge hit - indeed you can probably still find the game in many family amusement centres, arcade venues and cinema foyers.
This cabinet was originally used in this type of commercial environment. When you place your order with Liberty Games, we will take the game out of storage and put it on the shop floor at our HQ in Epsom, London where our technicians will fully recondition the cabinet.
This process involves our technical staff fully testing all the component parts to ensure it is in full working order, as well as cleaning the machine and making any repairs that may be needed. As this is a previously used product, please be aware that there will be signs of cosmetic wear evident when it is viewed.
We can supply this game to you for use in the commercial environment it was designed for, or we can set it up as a "freeplay" game that would make a stunning addition to a home games room or communal area such as an office breakout area or college common room.
Maintenance & Warranty
Liberty Games recommends keeping arcade equipment at room temperature for maximum performance
We would always recommend that you keep the machine clear of dust and dirt, and that care is taken switching the machine off and on - allowing software to fully load before attempting use
For further information on maintaining and cleaning your arcade machine, Liberty Games has a technical helpline that runs Monday to Friday between 10am & 5pm
Liberty Games supplies all arcade equipment with a 12 month domestic and 6 month commercial parts replacement warranty. This warranty does not cover fault or damage caused by misuse
Delivery & Set Up
This product is delivered by a two man courier to a ground floor location, as standard. Please see below for further delivery details
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