Splatterhouse (Xbox 360)
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The color red is featured prominently
This game is bloodsplatteringly fun!
Completed phase 1-2 together with Anders. A lot of fun, but also mad repetetive.
Restarted playing with Jauert on Savage difficulty after reaching level 3. I continued with my upgrades from the previous game. Nice feature.
Completed phase 2/12. Resuming my Splatterhouse game is the first of my Halloween games this year. I missed it, this quirky, unfinished, tasteless horror game.
I think I ended up in another world. A huge billboard that says 'Hollywood Cthulhu - live Cthulhu musical' has fallen to the ground, featuring the Great old one himself in a dapper-looking hat.
Betentacled Statue of Liberty? You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!
Completed phase 3/12.
Walks into elevator ... 'Any floor will do, fuck it!' ... slams dial with fist. Xbox freezes. Hard reboot. This game is so metal.
Completed phase 4/12.
Argh! So many unfair deaths!
Completed phase 5/12.
Completed phase 6/12. That last boss fight moved really well. Fast and entertaining.
The crazy clowns have the worst fire particles I have ever seen. Blood still looks good, though, I guess that's the most important thing.
Completed phase 7/12. Phase 7 was very Halloweeny ... I should probably go to sleep now.
Argh. Don't select 'Continue' when you've finished Survival mode, it won't record your progress...
OK, back in the saddle ... must punch Lovecraftian horrors in their horrible faces.
Completed Phase 8/12.
Yeah, a road made from flesh and teeth... This can't do wonders for my sanity.
Completed Phase 9/12. I just punched a house in the heart.
The juxtaposition between the ridiculous gore and the almost poetic narration of Dr. Henry West is interesting. For all of its stupidity, Splatterhouse has some almost brilliant moments.
Completed Phase 10/12.
Those cutscenes are pretty cool. Henry West invoked Cthulhu, that's probably a bad idea...
Ah ... Splatterkills are they call the Fatality sequences.
In the Mausoleum, you should go into Berserker mode and look at the two symbols appearing. Those are the symbols above the eyes that you should punch.
Completed Phase 11/12.
It's ... made from people.
... And the realtime rendered version looks *nothing* like the one in the cutscene... :(
the game on Savage difficulty (Story Mode).
the game (Survival Arena: Slaughterhouse).
the game (Survival Arena: West Mansion Lobby).
the game (Survival Arena: West Observation Room).
The more i play, the more I like the combat system and the enemy design.
Started the Story Mode again on Brutal difficulty, doesn't seem bad with my leveled up dude. I won't play it now, though.