House of the Dead: Overkill Giveaway Feature - The Next Level

House of the Dead: Overkill Giveaway

Live death to the fullest.

Article by Nick Vlamakis (Email)
November 9th 2011, 04:31PM

How do you do it? Day after day, night after night, you play the Same Old Games. You shoot. You collect. You jump. You die. There's gotta be more than this, right?

Too raw for the Wii and too hardcore for the Kinect.

Of course there is! While you game in your dreary, sheltered world, the rest of us are blowing away the shambling horrors of the damned, cutting them to bits, and making the world safe for good, God-fearing strippers everywhere.

You need this. Your soul aches for this. And the PlayStation Move was made for House of the Dead: Overkill - Extended Cut, a game as bad-ass as its name is long.

Watch the trailer below to get a taste of the new levels, too raw for the Wii and too hardcore for the Kinect. Go ahead:

There. Now you're hooked. But how do you get into the action? Read on to find out how you can live the life you've always wanted.

The Next Level (TNL) is giving away House of the Dead: Overkill - Extended Cut. To enter, just send an e-mail to with "House of the Dead" in the subject line and the name of one of the game's heroic strippers in the body. (Hint: you can find their names in our review.)

All entries must be received before the end of the day (Pacific Time) Sunday, November 13, 2011. One winner will be selected at random and must claim the prize no later than November 30, 2011, by providing TNL with a valid shipping address in the United States.

If you are a member of the TNL Forums with at least ten posts, include your user name in your e-mail for an extra entry. If you follow us on Twitter (@tnlonline), include your Twitter handle for extra entry. If you do use your forum name, you will be contacted via the forums. If not, you will be contacted via e-mail.

We are not responsible for any items (including e-mail messages) that are lost or delayed. The Next Level is running this giveaway and reserves the right to make any changes to the rules at any time. Oh, and if you haven't noticed, being a member of our forums will usually get you extra entries, so join today. We hold contests on a regular basis.

Many thanks to Sega for this grindhouse work of art.

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