Summary: A fun, simple action game. Splatterhouse constantly features new and creative enemies and a simple leveling system that adds cool combos and executions to your ways of bloodying the arenas. The scenery is wonderful, by the way.
Summary: Let me start this off by saying, while I LOVE this game, it isn't for everyone. But whatever you do, do NOT listen to the critics! For all fans of gore, metal, horror, and almost all classic splatterhouse fans, this game is one of the best! So, why id critics like IGN give it such terrible reviews?
Summary: The new game is alright but I bought this because it contains the original arcade version of Splatterhouse as well as Splatterhouse 2 & 3 from the Genesis. The arcade version has never been officially released on any home console(except a TG-16 version a long time ago which wasn't arcade perfect but...
Summary: A great game for when you are stressed and irritated at life. Rather amazing how splattering something's guts all over a wall can be so therapeutic. Product arrived in a timely manner and I am more than pleased with the quality.
Summary: This game isn't up to par with the older games, but it's worth the price at this point just to get the 3 old ones on the disk. Overall it's pretty okay, a bit repetitive with the quick-time events, and not terribly deep combat, but I didn't buy it because I believed it would be the richest gaming...
Summary: This may be the first time I've felt compelled to defend a game. Normally I only review crappy games so people don't waste their money. I just finished the game however and having heard a lot of very negative reviews I have to give my opinion.
A good revival for a game that just needed a little more love.
D. Smith, Amazon
29 December 2013
Summary: This reboot of SplatterHouse is a game which has a rough start, however if you stick with it, has a satisfying finish. It's a pity that the game ended on a cliffhanger, and apparently is not going to be resolved any time soon.