Corpse Killer (3DO) – Angry Video Game Nerd (AVGN)

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Angry Video Game Nerd (AVGN) episode 192: Corpse Killer (3DO). Corpse Killer is a game released for the Sega CD, Sega CD 32X, 3DO, Sega Saturn, Windows 95 and Macintosh computers that features live-action full motion video in a format similar to other games developed by Digital Pictures. It was later remastered for Steam, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. But the Nerd is playing it on the 3DO. In the game, an unnamed United States Marine is airdropped onto a tropical island on a top secret mission to stop the evil Dr. Hellman, who plans to release his army of zombies on the world. He is bitten by a zombie and also meets an attractive female reporter and a Rastafarian male driver. Four of the marine lieutenant’s comrades are captured by Hellman and turned into zombies. To rescue them, the lieutenant infiltrates Hellman’s compound and shoots each of them with bullets coated with extract from Datura plants, which can turn freshly-created zombies back into humans.

Special thanks to Rob Steiner Jr. for the games and hardware!

and thanks to Chris from Archive3DO!

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  1. 10 years ago i really wanted this episode to be real.
    because i had a trauma from my dad playing too much Resident Evil 2 and 3 on PS1, and so paradoxically my brain was trying to see everything that is zombie related for almost 20 years until i got over it, because of this fmv and disk was stuck with me for a long time.
    finally i will close this gestalt.

  2. Funfact: Footage from Corpse Killer was later reused for "Game Over" a direct to video film from 2003. The film also used footage from other FMV games by Digital Pictures (the dev behind Night Trap, Corpse Killer etc.).

  3. Depends on how heavily they invested in FMV and for what. I'd take Under a Killing Moon, The Pandora Directive, and Overseer (Tex Murphy games, heavily FMV), as well as the entire Myst series (light on FMV) over a ton of games made today.

  4. I’ve been watching this guy since Simons Quest, and I have to say, the word play in this one was like a blast from the past. Loved it.

    However, I think it’s time we see him review Leisure Suit Larry: Box Office Bust . One the worst games ever reviewed, and James would have a field day with it

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