Headstrong Games believe House Of The Dead: Overkill shows what the Wii is capable of.
In another one of Overkill's Making Of promotional trailers, lead Artist Mark Slater said "The Wii is perfectly capable of generating great visuals."
You can see how good House Of The Dead Overkill looks in the new trailer and environment artist Paul Herbert believes that the game offers something different to anything we've experienced on the console: "I think we'll be able to show what the hardware can do for a change. A lot of the games so far have been very colourful, very cutesy - I've felt they've not particularly pushed the boundaries of the hardware."
Pushing the boundaries is something that level designer Jake May thinks that House Of The Dead: Overkill has achieved. "I think we've got one of the best looking games on the Wii at the moment. I think we've raised the bar."
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