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Zombie rail shooter goes 3D

29 Sep 2011

Sega has announced its House of the Dead: Overkill Wii-to-PS3 port, House of the Dead: Overkill Extended Cut, will include an anaglyphic 3D mode, as well as a couple of pairs of old red-cyan 3D glasses.

The game will also be offered with stereoscopic 3D, sparing users who own 3D TVs the embarrassment of the retro eyewear.

"Whether you have a state of the art 3D TV or a 1970s home cinema system you can enjoy the most gruesome mutant mayhem in 3D,” says Sega’s Gary Knight.

The PS3 port will also include two new levels, support for Playstation Move, and high-definition graphics. 

It goes on sale on October 27.

We don't have any 3D glasses at the Techday office - if you have any at home, take a look at the pics and tell us what you think in the comments below!

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