The first Splatterhouse game to be released on a home console featuring the usual mayhem.

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The game starts with Jennifer mourning over Rick's grave. Lightning strikes his grave and he is resurrected. Before she can rejoice, another bolt strikes the grave next to him and a jack-o-lantern appears. This pumpkin king kidnaps Jennifer and Rick barely has the time to wipe off the dust from his clothes before he sets off to rescue his girlfriend. Although the game is not as gory as the other titles, there is still plenty of disturbing enemies such as headless chickens, severed hands and zombies. Through seven side-scrolling levels, including a graveyard, a mansion, a Japanese pagoda and an Egyptian pyramid, you chase the pumpkin king with your cleaver and a shotgun you can pick up along the road. Just like the other games in the series, there are lots of movie references. Written by Shawn Watson

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Fantasy | Horror | Sci-Fi

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1989 (Japan)  »

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Wanpaku is the Japanese word for "naughty". The full English title would be Splatterhouse: Naughty Graffiti then, but the game has not been released in North America. See more »

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Spoofs Jaws (1975) See more »

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