- Releasing a new slew of Deadites, monsters and spirits, twisting reality into a hellish strudel — leaving Ash to get his chainsaw and shotgun to fight them off again
- Hell-bent on using science to harness the Necronomicon’s powers, the mad doctor unleashes the book’s all-powerful Evil on the world
Evil Dead Regeneration Description
Reviews By The Reverend : Date September 15, 2005
“Hail to the King, baby!” – does that ring a bell?
Or how about “Who wants some, huh?! Who’s next!” or “Good – bad – I’m the guy with the gun!” – “Klatu Verata Nictu” anyone?
If you’re still with me then let’s get straight to the game. If not, do yourself a favor, send your girl-friend shopping (that should take a couple of days), get a pizza and a can of beer, donate your brain at the local Red Cross office (you really don’t need it for what you’re about to do…) and rent the good old “Evil Dead” Trilogy: Evil Dead I, II and Evil Dead III: Bruce Campbell vs. the Army of Darkness – starring “Ash” performed by the King of all B horror movies: Bruce Campbell himself! If you’re done watching you’ll probably want to get the games right away (Evil Dead Regeneration as well as its not quite so good but still pretty cool predecessor “Evil Dead and a fistful of boomstick”).
Reviews By Carolyn : Date December 12, 2005
I loved the previous Evil Dead game: “FISTFUL OF BOOMSTICK”, it was full of action, puzzles and great one-liners from Ash! This game doesn’t have as many cutting one-liners, but hearing Bruce speaking the lines is still a kick. The puzzles aren’t as hard and the storyline is pretty linear. The great bonus is the new character by Sam Raimi’s brother, Ted, as the SIDEKICK. Where you literally have to kick Ted to destroy the Deadites.
Reviews By Akira Umemoto : Date February 24, 2006
Evil Dead Regeneration picks up where the movie left off. Bruce Campbell returns as Ash, but this time he gets a sidekick that is voice by Ted Raimi.