Reviews and Problems with Clive Barker's Jericho
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24 May 2013
Summary: this game i had very high hopes for, i love clive barkers work both book and on the silver screen, but unfortunately this game does not transition like it should. the games controls are horrid, the AI is just moronic, enemies will stand out in the middle of nowhere, the concept of the game is...
Summary: This Game is definitely not a game that i would recommend. The graphics are horrible and its completely outdated. The achievements are impossible, and the game itself is just terrible. Save your money, don't buy it.
Summary: All of the people giving this game good ratings are either delusional or have the worst taste in games ever. This game was a complete repetitive slog through generic environments, horrible teammate A.I., and a boring story.
Summary: Jericho sports wonderful graphics, a decent storyline and some sick, sick thinking, all of which I like. This is offset by the horrible linearity of the game, which destroys suspension of disbelief and the ability to lose myself in the story. If I want linearity, I can read a novel.
Excerpt: I didn't expect much from this game when I played the demo. Which is funny, since a lot of my friends wondered what was wrong with me when I didn't like this game...now they're the ones that threw 60 dollars down the drain for a complete disk of rubbish from hell itself.
Summary: This game is a big"could have been" and turned to be a great piece of... boring "action" (if I may use that word). I'm a huge fan of Clive Barkers' work, his books, stories (like the one in the game) are amazing, wonderful. But, even with a great story, the game is really poor.
Summary: Looking back, I've got to to say that I have yet to find any game developed or published under the 'Codemasters' logo that I've truly enjoyed. I've come across quite a few and I've tried to give them the benefit of the doubt, picking up and playing through most of them.
Excerpt: Available fror Xbox 360, PC and PS3: From the brilliant mind of horror genius Clive Barker comes this innovative and utterly playable supernatural survival-horror shooter. This dark and sinister game takes place over many different locations eras in history, including Nazi Germany, The Roman Empire...
Pros: Engrossing plot, vast array of weapons, Dark and visceral style, some cool backstories, innovative
Summary: I bought this game on its release date, played it on a HD TV, and it thought the graphics were good, and some of the features were good. But then it starts to go downhill into the bowels of hell that they are trying to prevent.