Now, before you write in and say something like "House of the Dead 3 and Doom III don't share anything in common, except their number" let me assure you, I agree, game
play wise these two games are quite different. However, it is the job of the Freeze Frame to provide its readers with signs of injustice. Now take a look at these two pictures, both feature a gentleman who, before he became part of the walking dead, would have had a steak, and then ordered four more. But is it fair to make examples of the obese in our society? After all, the last study I saw showed a majority of the people in the United States overweight. Now this might not be the same in Japan or Europe, one can only wonder why two companies made such similar walking dead enemies. They even look similar, though the House of the Dead fat-ass is a little more beaten up. It's been years since the obese has been painted in such a bad light, and I'm not even going to get into my feelings of how the walking dead are portrayed. Ladies and gentlemen, THIS is why we have civil rights groups.
(Editors Note: If you want to see this article, except with no text and small pictures, then look no further than the June 2003 issue of Electronic Gaming Monthly. On page 58 you'll find a "Separated at Birth" that manages to point something out that we talked about ALMOST A YEAR AGO. Well, I guess as they say, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.)