My Life With SEGA hails the king in Evil Dead for the Dreamcast

Halloween month continues, as My Life With SEGA tackles Evil Dead: Hail to the King.

At long last, I’m finally reviewing a Dreamcast game….

Now, why for the love of Shenmue would I review Evil Dead: Hail to the King, besides the fact that it’s October and Evil Dead’s one of my favorite horror franchises of all time? I don’t know. Why can’t Ash stay outta’ the goddamn woods? Why can’t he remember three very simple magic words? Why are YOU still reading this?

Watch the fuckin’ review already, you primitive screw-head!

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8 responses to “My Life With SEGA hails the king in Evil Dead for the Dreamcast

  1. CrazyTails says:

    It’s amazing how the intro or at least the beginning makes u think that it’s going to be an amazing game and then unexpectedly out of nowhere you start trashing it like crazy hahaha. Good job with this one. Twas very entertaining.

  2. mylifewithsega says:

    Yeah, the game is very pretty on the surface. That’s what really pisses me off. It’s all a fuckin’ lie, you know? It tricks you into believing this game’s gonna’ be badass. Instead, it’s just awful. Almost as bad as The Crow.

  3. Eli says:

    Where’s the ‘My Life With Sega’ theme?! that’s what gets me pumped.

  4. mylifewithsega says:

    LOL! I felt it needed a rest for Deep Fear and Evil Dead. Don’t worry; it’s coming back for Night Trap. Promise.

  5. AJ, I wanted to mention that a friend of my family actually worked on the original Evil Dead. He worked for a film processing company in Michigan called Allied Film and Video which did the processing of Evil Dead as it was being filmed. He told me that Bruce himself was the guy who brought the film in to be processed.

    • mylifewithsega says:

      No fuckin’ shit?! I think Bruce Campbell mentions that in his autobiography, having to take the film in to be processed. I need to dig out that book. That’s totally awesome, bro!

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