Typing of the Dead: Overkill goes to the movies for quote-laden DLC

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Typing of the Dead: Overkill goes to the movies for quote-laden DLC
If the Oscar party you've got planned for tomorrow night is less about drinks and dresses and more about the undead and brain-bashing, boy does Sega have a deal for you: meet the Silver Screen Lexicon Pack DLC for Typing of the Dead: Overkill, where the game's words and phrases have been replaced by some of cinema's most quotable quotes.

Unlike a box of chocolates, you know just what you're gonna get here: film references up the wazoo for $2.99. You'll need to type in phrases like "life finds a way" and "Houston, we have a problem" in order to take out those damn dirty zombies. If you can't keep up, not only will we have a failure to communicate, but *whisper voice* you'll see dead people; lots more than you would otherwise.

So carpe diem; seize the day, zombie-hunter-slash-typing enthusiasts. Go out and win one for the Gipper.
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Silver Screen Lexicon Pack Released For Typing of the Dead: OVERKILL

What do you do when hordes of deranged mutants descend upon you with the express purpose of eating your flesh? Bash 'em in the head. That seems to work. We're going to make you an offer you can't refuse: Typing of the Dead: OVERKILL, Silver Screen Lexicon Pack, priced at $2.99/£1.99/€2.49, launching today at 10:00AM PST. It's the stuff that dreams are made of, so what are you waiting for my precious?

The Silver Screen Lexicon Pack replaces all the words and phrases in the game with some of the most memorable quotes from cinema history like 'life finds a way' and 'Houston, we have a problem' and will be available to download today.

For more information on Typing of the Dead: OVERKILL visit the SEGA Store at http://download-shop.sega.com.
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