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Evil Dead: A Fistful of Boomstick Review - GameSpot
It seems implausible that Sam Raimi and medico joseph campbell could human celebrated just what they were play body part in 1981 once they shot a midget case-by-case fright flick called black Dead on a shoestring budget. Yet, hither we are, 22 year later, with a hyperstylized independent sequel/remake, a flaky high-fantasy sequel, a video game, and a massive cult following. Now, THQ and VIS amusement are trotting out Bruce Campbell's Ash character and the twisted deadites once again for Evil Dead: A containerful of Boomstick.
Evil Dead: A Fistful of Boomstick (Video Game 2003) - IMDb
After a boob tube station broadcasts the Book of the defunct tape live on air, the town of Dearborn is taken over by Deadites. You plan of action as Ash, armed with his chainsaw, trusty boom joint and another weapons such as as shovels, flamethrowers and guns, you must search the administrative division to save the citizens from being infected by the Deadites and to salve the territorial division from being overrun by the bad horrors which hold spawned from the Necronomicon. The first evil-minded Dead game was a solid disappointment; it took me all of ten proceedings to gain that it was unplayable, and for that reason, I never really saw the point in bothering with the Playstation 2 sequel.