A resurrection of the original side-scrolling horror and violence-fest, considered the catalyst for the birth of survival horror genre that we know today. No, Splatterhouse isn’t a great game. It’s not even a good game. It is better than bad, though. It annoys with some cheap deaths and some distant checkpoints, and it can grate with its “attitude,” but it’s also loveable in a scruffy way. It’s a game with no pretentions, knowing exactly what it is (and in case you forget, it includes all three original games).

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