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Hi everyone!  I just got told about this site from a friend on, and since I'm a huge House of the Dead fan, I figured I'd drop by here.  So I guess I'll give a short intro.  I'm Stephen, I'm a junior at Appalachian State University studying history and political science, and I'm a (relatively for my circle of friends) big game collector.  I'll post a link to my Backloggery page if anyone is curious and/or wants to add me there.

Anyway, I had a question about House of the Dead 4.  I just got my PS3 a couple months ago, so I've been wanting to download House of the Dead 4, but I was wondering how important to gameplay Playstation Move is.  I know it, obviously, adds a lot, but is it so different that it's not even worth getting if I don't have PS Move?  I know I don't even like playing House of the Dead on my Saturn without a light gun, but I like Lethal Enforcers 2 on my Sega CD just fine with a gamepad, so I wasn't sure, and I figured this would be the best place to ask for opinions.

The PS move gives the game more of a arcade feel. While playing a couple of playthroughs in HotD4, I let my partner (family members) use the Move and they end up having better accuracy then the actually PS3 controller.

SEGA PlayStation 3 PSN Titles To Buy Before Sony Shuts Down the Store

--- Quote --- Unlike its prequel, The House of the Dead 4 only got released in arcades and PSN.
So far, you can’t play The House of the Dead 4 any other way. Unless SEGA wises up and releases it on modern platforms.
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Happy Anniversary The House of the Dead 4 (PS) !

--- Quote ---In this month The House of the Dead 4 was released on PlayStation Network, a 7-year wait since its arcade debut on July 2, 2005 in Japan.
The port includes PlayStation Move support, a developer interview, online leaderboards, and The House of the Dead 4 Special.
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