Ash battles his way through Dearborn town, fighting Deadites.

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After a television station broadcasts the Book of the Dead tape live on air, the town of Dearborn is taken over by Deadites. You play as Ash, armed with his chainsaw, trusty boom stick and other weapons such as shovels, flamethrowers and guns, you must search the town to save the citizens from being infected by the Deadites and to save the town from being overrun by the unspeakable horrors which have spawned from the Necronomicon. Written by Ben Duzniak

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27 June 2003 (UK)  »

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Evil Dead V  »

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Ash: Another poster child for birth control.
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Bruce Campbell is the only person credited with a character alongside his name (Ash.) All the other supporting cast is credited without the character they voiced. See more »

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Spoofs Cobra (1986) See more »

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Much better than "Evil Dead: Hail to the King"
7 May 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This second game based on the "Evil Dead" franchise is decidedly better than the first game "Evil Dead: Hail to the King" in every way. The plot takes places after the first three films and has you (as Ash) battling the hordes of the undead after passages of the Book of the Dead are read aloud on a live local television show. The gameplay itself is very easy to get a hang off and while the game starts of a bit on the repetitive side, fans of the movie will still likely get a kick out of it. My main fault with it is that sadly the main bosses are easier to dispatch then some of the common enemies (who are not that tough except for the numbers in which they attack you). Oh yeah, and the game ending movie is one of the coolest I've seen in a while.

My Grade: B


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