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Sega has served up a slab of fresh details concerning the second exclusive PS3 level for its forthcoming House of the Dead: Overkill Extended Cut. Entitled Creeping Flesh, the added mission will see Varla and Candy from the first Naked Terror bonus mission butchering mutants in a meat-themed environment guaranteed to turn a few stomachs.

The level will place within a local abattoir which (predictably) has become overrun with unspeakable horrors, some of which use their meat bodies as living, oozing shields. Creeping Flesh will also feature what Sega and the developers at Headstrong Games lovingly refer to as meat walls and meat tunnels, as depicted below:

In addition to introducing Creeping Flesh's meat-mutants on PlayStation's European Blog, Sega's digital campaigns manager Mike Kebby spoke a little about the level's main baddie, explaining:

“Meat Katie is armed with a massive cleaver, and has a nasty habit of flinging large chunks of meat at her intended victims; I imagine Varla and Candy have had plenty of practice avoiding unwanted meat, so it’s probably not too much of an issue though. In other words, you’re going to need good reflexes, steady aim, and perseverance, because this melee monster is going to take a lot of bullets until she’s beaten.”

The first exclusive level for the PS3, Naked Terror, resulted in House of the Dead: Overkill Extended Cut being denied classification in Australia, making it technically unsellable down under. Creeping Flesh isn't likely to do anything to fix that.

House of the Dead: Overkill Extended Cut is scheduled to release in North America on October 25th and in the UK on October 28th. Check out more images from the Creeping Flesh level in our gallery below.

Aug 31, 2011

2 comments

  • LeSieg - August 31, 2011 10:19 a.m.

    Please, please, please let this come out for the Xbox.
  • Roentgen - August 31, 2011 10:16 a.m.

    Hmmm, I wonder if Sega got the name for this level from the classic horror movie of the same name...

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