Well, this is the third installment of the best-selling survival-horror series next to Biohazard/Resident Evil that takes place in the year 2019, 16 years after the events of The House of the Dead 2 & 4. Thomas Rogan has been given a mission to find and destroy the Wheel of Fate (successor of The Emperor). Unfortunetly, he is injured by the first boss of this game, Death, but then rescued by a mysterious man. 2 weeks after the AMS lost contact with him, former AMS agent, G, takes Thomas Rogan's daughter, Lisa, to the enourmous lab to find him. Using your mouse, you must try to shoot as many zombies as possible before they can harm you. Each time a zombie succeeds, you will lose a life. Lives can be earned by shooting certain background objects, rescuing your partner at certain times and getting a high grade at the end of a chapter. After you complete the first chapter, you will get to choose which stage you want to go to. There are three different stages to choose from. After you've cleared one chapter, you won't be able to play that chapter again until you begin a new game. Once all of the three chapters are complete, you can play the fifth and final chapter. The House of the Dead III appears to have an interesting storyline and remarkable characters. However, the voice actors of those characters haven't been credited. Unfortunetly, the PC version doesn't contain The House of the Dead 2. This may turn out to be boring for some players, but it at least saves you from having to chuck in £1 coins when you lose all of your lives.
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