Splatterhouse Previews - Xbox 360

Game Description:Splatterhouse follows college student Rick Taylor as he tries to rescue his girlfriend, Jennifer, who has disappeared after entering the mysterious and run-down West Mansion. Confronted by horrific other-worldly creatures, Rick comes across a mystical sentient mask that promises to give him the power to find Jennifer. Full of desperation and rage, Rick puts on the “Terror Mask” and is transformed into a juggernaut of pure violence and destruction. Featuring an original storyline by critically-acclaimed comic book writer Gordon Rennie (Necronauts, Judge Dredd), Splatterhouse takes Rick beyond the mansion as he scours the ends of the world to rescue his beloved Jennifer. Embodying the unfiltered, primal aggression of its namesake, Splatterhouse gives players countless ways to decimate the mansion’s assortment of demons, monstrosities and abominations. Featuring a dynamic combat system, Rick will be able to use his brute strength to perform bone-crushing melee combos, savage grapples and wield an assortment of makeshift weapons including the series’ trademark 2x4 and even limbs and heads ripped from enemies themselves. Players will also be able to reanimate the corpses of fallen enemies to fight alongside Rick, imparting strategic depth to the game’s battle and unique puzzle systems. More agile than ever before, Rick can now leap great distances and propel himself to out of reach areas by swinging from outcroppings in the environment, adding an all-new level of exploration to the series. Introducing a new regeneration mechanic, players will be able to determine Rick’s status in battle by visible cues detailing how injured he is, doing away with the traditional health bar. If he succumbs to the mansion’s deadly inhabitants, they will begin to dismember him, savagely tearing away limbs and ripping at his flesh to expose his internal organs. To survive, Rick must call upon the power of the Terror Mask to regenerate his mutilated body, allowing players to watch in gory detail as bones, veins, muscles and skin return to his body in real-time.
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    Splatterhouse Preview

    We take a look at this nostalgic homage to gore.

    Posted: Oct 27, 2010

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    E3 2010: Splatterhouse Preview with Dan Tovar

    Producer Dan Tovar talks about the upcoming multiplatform game Splatterhouse from Namco. Find out how this current generation version of the beloved franchise came about and what gameplay mechanics fans can expect in this E3 preview of Splatterhouse.

    Posted: Jun 16, 2010 | 11,776 Views | 03:00

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    E3 2010: New Splatterhouse Impressions

    Namco Bandai's gore-soaked brawler has endured a troubled development process. How is the most recent build shaping up?

    Posted: Jun 3, 2010

  • Splatterhouse Video Review

    Posted: December 24, 2010

    24,957 Views | 02:33

  • Splatterhouse "Splatter Kills" Trailer

    Posted: November 22, 2010

    15,032 Views | 00:53

  • Splatterhouse "Bloody" Gameplay Trailer

    Posted: November 17, 2010

    6,353 Views | 00:44

  • Splatterhouse Gamescom 2010 Retro Trailer

    Posted: August 18, 2010

    7,768 Views | 01:07

  • E3 2010: Splatterhouse Preview with Dan Tovar

    Posted: June 16, 2010

    11,776 Views | 03:00


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