Clive Barker's Jericho Latest News - PS3

Game Description:The world's most ancient evil has broken through the shroud holding it out of our reality and is spreading its taint across the planet, beginning with a city that has a terrible past. You are Captain Devin Ross, a psychic and the leader of Jericho Squad, a seven-man fire team trained in modern combat and all aspects of paranormal activity, including pyromancy, blood magic, telekinesis, and exorcism. Take control of the best squad member for the job on the fly as you move block by block through the flaming city, attempting to reach the rift allowing evil to pour into the world. Or combine the powers of different members of Jericho Squad to create devastating results!
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Clive Barker's Jericho News

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  • 'Jericho' Demo Gameplay Video

    Clive Barker's Undying was a great, overlooked shooter on the PC many years ago and Mr. Barker is back again with a new game: Jericho. The game features a whole mess of characters and the ability to hot-swap between them in the campaign. Take a look, won't you: Watch Larger Version of this Video

    Posted October 4, 2007| 19 Comments

    'Jericho' Demo Gameplay Video
  • Clive Barker's Jericho Review

    Posted: December 4, 2007

    20,468 Views | 02:46 | 30 Comments

  • X-Play Gaming Update 10.24.07

    Posted: October 26, 2007

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  • Jericho Demo Gameplay

    Posted: October 3, 2007

    21,449 Views | 04:34


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