Jericho (2007)

Video Game  -  Action | Horror  -  23 October 2007 (USA)
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A team of elite warriors with mysterious powers enter a city immersed in a sandstorm. The opening to a cave leads to a hellish labyrinth of caves. The fighters are: Ross... See full synopsis »

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Father Paul Rawlings (voice)
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Captain Devin Ross (voice) (as Steven Jay Blum)
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Corporal Simone Cole (voice)
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Arnold Leach (voice)
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A team of elite warriors with mysterious powers enter a city immersed in a sandstorm. The opening to a cave leads to a hellish labyrinth of caves. The fighters are: Ross... See full synopsis »

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One of the best games and story lines.
2 January 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I felt the need to post about this game in response to certain negative posts involving an individual who tries to use enhanced vocabulary and over dramatic text to review this game to sound intelligent and compensate for a lack of knowledge on this game and gaming in general. I am a tough customer and hard to please when it comes to games. This title is one of the most original, entertaining, visually stunning, constant action, and creative I have ever played. The graphics do not disappoint by any means.The music may seem terrible to the listener, as it is not a soundtrack you would blast in your car, however, for the atmosphere of Jericho it is perfect. A very demonic, religious, and dark sound that adds to the mood of the game. The music is a perfect fit on every level and was orchestrated perfectly.

The character development was incredibly done. You have the option of playing as 7 different characters (in the first chapter). Then you can warp between 6, all with different weapons and abilities. This leaves no need for weapon exchange or ability purchase or needing the ability to earn or locate different weapons and abilities throughout the game. Each character uses a different weapon and they each have their own unique abilities. If 6 weapons (usually with two uses each; i.e Abigail Black has a sniper and a rocker launcher in her weapon.)and 12 different abilities ( each character has 2) isn't enough then I don't know what else you could ask for.

The creature design fits in incredibly well the description and understanding of the time era you are in, how they died, and how they were assimilated to be useful to the first born in permanent purgatory. The storyline is easy to understand and flows accurately and keeps you interested from beginning to end. The load times between levels is counteracted by giving you a small typed intro into that level and what the first born and his minions are either currently up to or why they are in the mental and physical condition they are currently in.

Overall, this game is definitely one of the most entertaining games out there. You can tell it was directed by a movie director because the game has that "movie" quality to it. This is a game you have to play to fully understand and enjoy its concepts. Reading reviews or speaking to someone who has played the game will in no way compare to the gaming experience Jericho provides.

This game gets a 10 out of 10 for me on all levels. It is definitely worth the purchase and if you are not sure then at least rent it and I guarantee you will not be disappointing in this amazing gaming experience.


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