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Clean dialogue and cool effects compensate for standard Night clap-Trap music. This'll do for zombified Saturn gamers.
This FMV is nothing more than a bad home version of Operation Wolf with more cinemas. The game is poor all the way through with little to offer over the earlier Sega CD version besides slightly clearer audio. The acting is that of a low-budget movie giving you the same message after a battle no matter if you kill one enemy or all of them. I think it's time game designers put down the video camera and put new programming techniques to use.
It's hard to recommend Corpse Killer with a straight face, but FMV fans will find it amusing enough.
With a cartoonish Rastafarian tour guide, maniacal scientist, and some truly horrible zombies, the story segments are so bad they're great. It's too bad you have to muddle through some bland, repetitive, and ugly gameplay to see them.