Summary: Gameplay gets a little repetitive, some of the dark parts of the game are really difficult to maneuver around since it is so dark. Get to see the same freaky monsters alot, which gets played after a while. Great graphics to lead your band of warriors through.
Summary: I didn't know how anti-religious this was, but thats what happens when you buy something without reading about it. The game was good, but there were a lot of little things like bugs that tainted the overall experiences.
Summary: I beat this game in a couple days. Probably 6-8 hours game play. It wasn't bad for a time-waster, but that's all it really amounts to. If you're looking for a scary game this is not it. In no way was this a horror. Nothing jumping out at you, no spooky dark tunnels to walk through without a weapon.
Summary: I love Clive Barker so I was hoping for more from this game. While the mood is appropriately creepy, the AI of your teammates is abysmal. There are too many technical flaws that keep this title from being good or great. Bad AI, difficult control, and areas that are almost impossible to navigate.
Summary: The game has an amazing story line and music that fits well to which ever area you are in. However, your first run through the game will only last about 8 - 12 hours. Also, the ending for the game came and went quickly. There was a short cinematic and the credits.
Summary: Clive Barker's Jericho is a first person shooter horror game that has good graphics and a great storyline from Clive Barker and Codemasters. This game is for mature players (blood and gore, strong language, sexual themes and intense violence parents should be aware) and I will honestly say this...
Summary: Clive Barker is known as the man who created Hellraiser. For those of you who haven't seen it and have a weak stomach, don't watch it. What defines his work is the detail of gore. But now he has put this into an all out game? Interesting.