Brain Dead 13 3DO Gameplay


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Brain Dead 13 is an Interactive movie game produced by ReadySoft that was released for MS-DOS in 1995 and later ported to consoles in 1996. Unlike Dragon's Lair and Space Ace, which began as laserdiscs, it was released for PCs and game consoles only.
On October 8, 2010, Brain Dead 13 was ported to the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch via the App Store, and later upgraded to Version 1.1 on December 1, which added support for iOS 3.0 and 4.2 and fixed various bugs. This iOS port is rated 12+


Lance, a young computer expert, is called to fix a computer at a scary, dilapidated castle. After repairing a large super-computer, Lance learns that his client, the disembodied brain of Dr. Nero Neurosis, has a diabolical plan to take over the world. He quickly finds himself in trouble, being chased around the castle by Dr. Nero Neurosis's psychotic servant Fritz.
The player must guide Lance through the castle in order to defeat Dr. Neurosis and escape with his life.

The game consists entirely of quick time events. During gameplay exploration is freer than in most previous interactive games, with most rooms linked to crossroads. This leaves the route for finding the Brain Chamber up to the player.
Even crossroads are done as quick time events. If the player fails to choose a path as soon as he reaches a crossroads, Fritz will arrive and kill Lance. The death scenes are often rather violent, but over-the-top in their cartoony approach. However, the player has infinite lives, and after the death sequence, there is a revival sequence, where Lance bursts out of a coffin, is given blood, etc.


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Lance Galahad A young computer expert and the playable character. He has long red hair and a baseball cap. He is an avid video game junkie, and also a bit of a smart mouth. Voiced by Riccardo Durante.
Dr. Nero Neurosis The disembodied brain that plans to rule the world. Nero sends Fritz after Lance at the beginning of the game after he insults the mad doctor by calling him "average" (though he was planning to kill Lance from the beginning anyway simply to avoid paying for his repair job). Voiced by Dave Quesnelle.
Fritz A hunchbacked little imp with hooks for hands, and an array of deadly gadgets. His apparent lack of brains doesn't prevent him from being a lethal adversary. Lance is pursued by him throughout the game. He is Dr. Neurosis' "pet" and diligently follows all orders given to him. Voiced by Joe Giampapa, though Fritz speaks only in grunts and gibberish.
Vivi A curvaceous, vampiric vixen with a Southern belle accent who runs a "funeral salon". It is generally an excuse for her to dismember or suck the blood of unwary or unwilling patrons. Voiced by June Brown.
Moose A big, dumb, Frankenstein's Monster-like giant that spouts various sports phrases and wields a baseball bat and a football. Moose is encountered as one of the seven "boss" sequences. Voiced by Blayne Burnside.
Lance also comes across many other creatures out to kill him in the various dungeons, hallways, rooms, gardens, and labyrinths in the castle.


The PC, Saturn, and Jaguar CD versions were compressed onto a single CD, and as a result have considerably lower video quality than the CD-i, 3DO, and PlayStation, versions, which each include two CDs. The iOS port (which does not require any CDs) has higher video resolution than any of the six earlier versions.
The first disc of the 3DO version comes in two different releases: the original, which is labeled simply "Disc 1", and a version labeled "Disc 1 (v1.1)". The v1.1 disc fixes a bug which sometimes causes the game to crash during Vivi's funeral salon in the original release. The iOS port also upgraded from Version 1.0 to Version 1.1, which fixed various bugs, on December 1, 2010.
European and Japanese releases of the game were given a highly selective dubbing which retains all non-verbal voice acting from the original actors, even when it appears in the same clip with verbal voice acting. For instance, in the original intro sequence Lance says "Wah ha ha! I'm game!" In the Japanese version "I'm game!" is dubbed over with a Japanese translation, but the original voice actor's laughter is retained.
In the iOS port the screen turns black for a split second after making a move.



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