In Splatterhouse, college student Rick Taylor embarks on a violent quest to save his girlfriend, Jennifer, from untold horrors lurking within a mad scientist's creepy mansion. Rick has but one asset: a Mayan terror mask that will transform him into a rage-filled monstrosity that will literally tear its foes limb from limb. A metal soundtrack sets the mood for the ensuing mayhem, with licensed songs from Lamb of God, Mastodon, ASG, Terrorizer, and more. Splatterhouse marks the return of Namco's fright-filled franchise that made its U.S. debut in 1990 on the TurboGrafx-16. This is the first version of the game since 1993's Splatterhouse 3 on Sega Genesis.
Splatterhouse (Microsoft Xbox 360, 2010)
$19.99 - $21.98
pros: Decent action, good gore, solid writing.
cons: Difficulty spikes, load times.
A Horror Classic is Reborn for a New Generation: Splatterhouse
I didn't get my first Sega Genesis until I was in college circa 1992. Up until that point, I was mor... See Full Review
|Game Special Features||<li>Don the terror mask to combat an assortment of misshapen mutants and frightening freaks<br/><br/><li>Explore a mysterious mansion in search of Jennifer<br/><br/><li>Execute vicious combos in bloody hand-to-hand combat<br/><br/>|
|Number of Players||1|
|Game Series||Splatterhouse Series|
|ESRB Descriptor||Strong language|
|Rating||M - Mature|
|Platform||Microsoft Xbox 360|