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Third party DRM: Securom

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Experience the realtime interaction in a movie! Play in real time an action movie and defeat all your enemies in this innovative beat'em up that signs the beginning of a new genre.


A new generation of video games is born: Stay Dead is the first Motion Picture game. Motion picture games are the union of movies and videogames. Finally, the sound and graphic quality of a movie joins effectively the interaction of a next generation videogame, creating a unique and involving game experience.


In Stay dead, even if the graphic is entirely shot in real life, you can move your character and perform more than 180 different combos distribuited in 5 stages. Forget about the old interactive movies from the 80's. Stay dead is a fast action arcade game with total freedom of action, combined with a cinematographic direction.


In every level of this round beat'em up you will fight against a different martial art master. Fight with your bare hands or with a stick. Use all the classic moves of the fighting games, lifts and projections included, just watch the result of your stunts with a never seen before realism and a spectacularity that just a real life shot with a cinematographic direction can provide.


  • Fast arcade action
  • Different martial arts
  • 150 different techniques
  • Auto-adaptable skill levels
  • Achievements

Customer reviews


It looks like a film

DukePaul | Dec. 22, 2012 | See all DukePaul's reviews »

This fighting game is very original, the graphics are Full Motion Video like a real film, It reminds me the games from the Sega CD. The controls are very simple, when you are a fighting against an opponent you have time to press the keys like a QTE, if the opponent doesn't defend right you will get a point when the rounds are over, you will win if you attacks and defense were successful. The game has a lot of achievements and the real time sequences are pretty cool, it is hard to see the same twice. Stay Dead is perfect if you want to test your reflexes.