Reviews and Problems with Clive Barker's Jericho
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Clive Barker's Jericho UK Review
15 October 2015
Excerpt: First of all, let's get one thing out of the way: Clive Barker's Jericho isn't a jump-out-of-your-seat scary game. Yes, there might be enough blood to fill an Olympic swimming pool, rotting flesh galore and some pretty hideous monsters but, if you pick up Jericho expecting a Silent Hill-style...
Excerpt: Clive Barker has already brought his unique brand of horror to books, films, and yes with Clive Barker‘s Undying a game even bared his name. Clive Barker’s Jericho is his second dabble in games and it’s hardly a surprise that there’s not a fluffy animal or sunny meadow in sight, it’s all ghoulish...
Conclusion: Worms 2: Armageddon returns to Team 17’s roots and delivers a fantastic experience. From an overall value standpoint the game is well worth picking up over XBOX Live Arcade as the single player mode will have you addicted to figuring out the puzzles provided while the multiplayer will offer hours of...
Excerpt: There are a ton of things I could say in this world and probably the next. I think there are about a hundred words I could use to describe Clive Barker's Jericho as an experience, but I think of all of them, the one that just says it all about the game is "bittersweet.
Excerpt: The concept of switching at-will between characters or teammates in a story-driven title has been batted around for quite a while in the videogame world, but no one's been able to nail it completely.
Excerpt: Clive Barker might be well respected but he's not had the best of track records with his movies. Other than Hellraiser and Candyman the horror legend has struggled to reach greatness, so this could be why he's decided to work on a video game.
Excerpt: So a priest, a rabbi and a videogame designer walk into a bar... Alright, so maybe it's not quite the same in this markedly above-average, yet simultaneously underwhelming supernatural-themed first-person shooter, but talk about odd pairings.