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I've played Corpse Killer on several other systems (Sega CD, 32X, Saturn), and this is easily the best looking version, but also the most difficult and frustrating. There are more indicators on the screen, the video looks cleaner, and the zombies aren't pixilated like they are in other versions. I also noticed some additional footage not available on other systems. The game supports a light gun, but like most 3DO owners, I didn't own one. Fortunately I found the cursor control to be adequate. One thing I didn't like about this version of Corpse Killer is the lack of falling "bonus" items. On other systems you can shoot small symbols to boost your ammo or health, which adds a miniscule amount of strategy to the shallow gameplay. If you have a place in your heart for these old FMV games, you'll appreciate Corpse Killer for what it is. But I think most people will dismiss it as a steaming pile of dung.