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Splatterhouse (2010)

Follow Rick and his mysterious Terror Mask as he unmercifully tears, cuts and beats his way through denizens of unearthly creatures in an epic adventure to rescue his girlfriend from the clutches of deranged occult figure Dr. West.





Credited cast:
Rick Taylor (voice)
Terror Mask (voice)
Jennifer Willis (voice) (as Shanelle Gray)
Dr. West (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Miscellaneous Monsters (voice)
Additional Voices (voice)


Metal heads, horror freaks and hardcore action gamers, unite! Rick Taylor and the Terror Mask are back, tearing, cutting and beating their way through inhuman abominations and hordes of the undead in a tale of love, mutilation and near-insanity. A wall of metal tunes underscores blood-soaked battles with massive bosses, brutal weapons, over-the-top gore and real-time regeneration. And while your ears are ringing, a new Splatterkill System lets you get your hands bloody! Written by Juan Carlos Morales

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They're out for blood... But so are you!

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Did You Know?


Dr. Henry West, the antagonist of this game, is clearly a reference to Dr. Herbert West, the protagonist in another famous Lovecraft adaptation Re-Animator (1985) See more »


Terror Mask: Hey, look, I'm getting head!
[evil laughter]
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Follows Splatterhouse (1988) See more »


Headlong into Monsters
Written by Dan Tovar and Mark Brown.
Performed by Dan Tovar, Mark Brown, Ryan Adza, Nick Brown
Courtesy of WOLF-SHIRT
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You will most certainly see the blood spatter as you play this one.
12 January 2011 | by See all my reviews

This game features, as did the original, a young man named Rick who must venture into an old mansion to save his girlfriend who has been taken by the deranged Dr. West. He is basically bleeding and left for dead when we meet poor Rick, but he is offered assistance by a mask that offers him the power to save his girl. Well he puts on the mask and grows into a super sized hulking dude that can tear his opponents limb from limb. Along your quest you will also be able to use pipes, meat cleavers, shotguns, and chainsaws to get you through the strange mansion and at times other locales. For the most part the game is fun, just needs work as it seems the makers of this game rushed its release or something. Along with the fun mayhem you also have to go through some very long loading times and a few glitches that will have you turning off your video gaming console. However, should they make a sequel I think they can do what the Uncharted franchise did. The first one was good, but very flawed, then the second one came out and it quite frankly seemed to read all my complaints and improved upon all of them. They can do that with this one too, as it is fun and simple enough to master as you simply push a couple of buttons and follow the prompts to pummel you opponents into a gooey mess. The monsters you face look cool, though they do repeat a bit to much near the end with nothing really new coming at you the last few levels. My favorite level had to be the fun house level as it was just really fun and had the most interesting level design. I also enjoyed the inclusion of many H.P. Lovecraft references throughout the game such as Dr. West. Seeing the wickerman was cool to. If the makers had only polished this one a bit more I would have given it a higher score, however as it was it was a fun little splatter filled game.

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