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Splatterhouse - Playstation 3

by Bandai
Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Mature
78 customer reviews
Metascore: 59 / 100
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Platform:PlayStation 3

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Namco Splatterhouse 11020 PC Games

From the Manufacturer

Metal heads, horror freaks and hardcore action gamers, unite! Rick Taylor and the Terror Mask are back, tearing, cutting and beating their way through inhuman abominations and hordes of the undead in a tale of love, mutilation and near-insanity. A wall of metal tunes underscores blood-soaked battles with massive bosses, brutal weapons, over-the-top gore and real-time regeneration. And while your ears are ringing, a new Splatterkill System lets you get your hands bloody!


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The Core of Gore.
Follow Rick and his mysterious Terror Mask as he unmercifully tears, cuts and beats his way through denizens of unearthly creatures in an epic adventure to rescue his girlfriend from the clutches of deranged occult figure Dr. West. Embodying the unfiltered, primal aggression of its namesake, Splatterhouse combines visceral, adrenaline-soaked combat with horror elements to deliver an original gaming experience that defies the boundaries of the traditional action category with over the-top gore and shocking new gameplay mechanics.

Key Game Features

  • The Classic Franchise Returns – An innovative reinvention of a classic category-killer with an original storyline inspired by Gordon Rennie (Necronauts, Judge Dredd)
  • Re-imagined Enemies – Classic enemies have evolved into horrific monsters of radical proportions and shocking detail
  • Extreme Gore – Splatterhouse pulls no punches, taking gore and shock value to the next level with physics-driven fluids and organ parts flying in all directions
  • Regeneration – Real time physical damage and regeneration shows the rebuilding of bone, muscle and skin
  • Pulse-Pounding Combat – Use Rick’s deep set of moves, improvised weapons, environmental attacks, and unique enemy AI to obliterate enemies at each turn
    • Engaging combo system that opens up to gruesome Splatterkills, which destroy your enemies with gory and cinematic effects
    • Terrifying enemies and epic-scale bosses provide unnerving experiences and memorable challenges
    • Diverse environments with H.P. Lovecraft-influenced style are coupled with a world-class heavy metal soundtrack and custom music score, keeping the tone tense and eerie
    • Utilize weapons of all kinds to bludgeon your enemies, from classic 2X4’s to chainsaws to your enemies’ own limbs

  • Additional Screenshots:

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    Bone-chilling new stages!
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    Fight new and old bosses.
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    Rick is back and badder than ever!
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Product Details

Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B001E7MMNG
  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 6.7 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 23, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,089 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Mr Revan on November 29, 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
Splatterhouse returns with a big "Splat" and brings back a classic game with a bit of twist. In the original Splatterhouse, the premise is simple, Rick is killed and with the help of a demonic mask, returns to exact revenge and reclaim his girl. The story remains more or less the same but with a few changes, after all, this is a relaunch of the series and not exactly a remake.

The first level prepares you for the challenges ahead while previewing the powers you will eventually be able to use to obliterate the forces of evil. The mask has a more Willem Dafoe's green goblin personality and assist you in rescuing your helpless girlfriend. A few classic enemies return and new ones await in Dr West's mansion.

Overall the game is fun but a lot of the enemy characters are used over and over again, so half way through the game you will have seen all the monsters and demons you will demolish along the way. Hidden pictures of Jennifer are scattered along the way and once revealed add a bit of an incentive to find them all (especially if you are trophy hunting).

In addition to the main game, there are challenging bonus stages that challenge you while not been overly frustrating and during the main game you can unlock all three original Splatterhouse games, so in effect you get four games in one. A great value to any Ps3 collection.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Scratchy on November 30, 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
If God of War and Dante's Inferno had kids, Splatterhouse would be the crazy emotionally disturbed adolescent that lives in the basement. Great aspects from both games that i loved in both games are in this one. Dante's inferno had a more sexual theme to it than GOW so what does Splatterhouse have? Hidden pictures of your naked girlfriend scattered throughout the game that you can put together and veiw as sort of amateur porn pics. Gow had great visuals and story. Unfortunately Splatterhouse has none of these but when you get a game where you grab an enemy and dismember it in a text based minigame you can't help but compare it to GOW.

Visually as i said this game does not compare to GOW or Dante's Inferno. It looks and plays like Afro Samurai except for TONS of blood, Humor and endless ways to kill your enemies.

Gameplay can be a bit hard to figure out. You can't really stand up and mash buttons til everyone on the screen is dead (not until you unlock a bunch of skills first atleast). You have to use the block/roll button for defense if you get surrounded or if you unlocked certain skills you can bulldoze your way through it or just grab the nearest enemy and swing them 360 til you have enough room.

One cool aspect of the game is the healing feature that uses spilt blood that you have accumulated by killing enemies to heal yourself. Which is incredibly useful if your getting your ass kicked and your surrounded by a ton of enemies, you just throw out spikes that literally suck the blood out of the nearby enemies completely refilling your health.

Fun factor all depends on how much gore you can stand.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By pasteyswazey on November 27, 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
This game is exceedingly gross, which the producers know . . . they said that on one of their interviews I read off of gamespot, but . . . it is addictive!

In the absence of a review from any of the major critic websites--due in part to, I guess the Thanksgiving holiday and people actually taking a break from their jobs to enjoy themselves and relax, everyone needs to--I thought I'd put up a quick review to get things going.

This review is based on a 30% completion rate, so I still have more to go, but after probably close to 10 hours, I think I'm safe as to sharing an opinion as to what it's all about.

Yes, it's worth full price. Definitely. I was very skeptical at first, I though it would be like Golden Axe, playing off of a strong name, but being one of the worst ever games to play. Not at all! They took the title and improved upon it. If you were around to play the original games from Genesis and the arcade version, never saw that one in an arcade myself, but I remember seeing the Genesis version and wanting to buy it, but I had my Nintendo, this game is all of that gory fun x10. Be ready to see blood splatter. The game is fun in that it knows it's gross, and at one point, **one line spoiler alert** the actor for the mask even says, "That right there is why we got a f#$@in' "M" rating." Funniest line so far breaking the 4th wall.

There is no repetition in this game. There are a variety of evil demons to kill, and then there are similar ones, but they have different colorings and slightly different move set, just enough to keep things fresh throughout the whole game.

The most challenging part for me so far was Stage 3.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By The Indisputable Gamer on January 23, 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
What can I say? This is one of the best games I have on the PS3. No joke, in fact it's one of the few games that I played twice through, and unlocked most of the achievements for. And to think I was EXTREMELY hesitant to buy this game because of all of the bad reviews. Well this is an example of the professional reviewers letting a few glitches get in the way of what matters the most, FUN. This game is fun, pure and simple.

But first, are the criticisms legitimate? Some of them are. The load times are long, and every time you die you have to sit through them. That is annoying unfortunately, but here's the thing. If you're good at the game and don't die, you don't see a load screen until the next level. That's why I highly recommend playing the game on the easiest setting before tackling anything harder. You need to get used to the combat system and its subtle nuances. The combat system is great. There are no uselessly complex combos to memorize here, in fact there really aren't any combos. You have a light attack and a heavy attack, and you just pound the weaker enemies into dust. The bigger enemies require judicious of your necro powers. There's an awesome level up system that uses blood as currency. It's very well done and is very satisfying to power-up your character and unlock new abilities.

The other gripe would be the platforming. Like all platforming, it requires trial and error, so it's easy to die on your first playthrough. This problem is compounded by the long load screen you have to sit through after every death. However, trial and error is part of EVERY platformer, so dying in the platforming segments isn't the problem as most professional reviewers claim it is. It's just the load times that's the problem.
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