History VideoGame / Splatterhouse

9th Apr '18 12:44:44 PM whatthefbomb
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* DifficultyByRegion: The Japanese version of Splatterhouse 3 is significantly more forgiving than the overseas releases. Enemies take much less damage to kill and the time limits are significantly more forgiving, meaning you can save your family more easily and get to Stage X for more lives with less trouble. The downside is that Rick doesn't have his spin kick and flesh wave attacks, giving him less crowd control.
12th Mar '18 12:13:57 AM drac0blade
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* {{Fanservice}}: [[http://www.ripten.com/2010/12/03/jen-picture-guide-mauler/ In the 2010 remake, one of the collectable items is pictures of Jennifer either dressed, half dressed or just plain naked.]] (Link {{NSFW}}!)

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* {{Fanservice}}: [[http://www.ripten.com/2010/12/03/jen-picture-guide-mauler/ In the 2010 remake, one of the collectable collectible items is pictures of Jennifer either dressed, half dressed or just plain naked.]] (Link {{NSFW}}!)
26th Feb '18 1:15:44 PM dsneybuf
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WebVideo/TheHappyVideoGameNerd, a huge fan of the series, reviewed both [[http://retrowaretv.com/happy-video-game-nerd-splatterhouse-retrospective/ the original trilogy]] (done before the announcement of the 2010 game) and [[http://retrowaretv.com/happy-video-game-nerd-splatterhouse-2010/ the 2010 remake]]; in preparation for the latter, he also released [[http://retrowaretv.com/gettin-super-nerdy-splatterhouse-arcade-vs-turbografx-16/ a comparison of the first game's arcade release and TurboGrafx-16 port]]. ''Splatterhouse'' fan-site [[http://splatterhouse.kontek.net/ "The West Mansion"]] also has a load of information about the entire series and a collection of fan creations.

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WebVideo/TheHappyVideoGameNerd, a huge fan of the series, reviewed both [[http://retrowaretv.com/happy-video-game-nerd-splatterhouse-retrospective/ the original trilogy]] (done before the announcement of the 2010 game) and [[http://retrowaretv.com/happy-video-game-nerd-splatterhouse-2010/ the 2010 remake]]; in preparation for the latter, he also released [[http://retrowaretv.com/gettin-super-nerdy-splatterhouse-arcade-vs-turbografx-16/ a comparison of the first game's arcade release and TurboGrafx-16 port]]. ''Splatterhouse'' fan-site [[http://splatterhouse.kontek.net/ "The West Mansion"]] also has a load of information about the entire series and a collection of fan creations.
11th Nov '17 6:25:33 AM CaptainTedium
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* GrandFinale: ''Splatterhouse 3'' serves as the final conclusion of the original series, since it has Rick battle the Terror Mask after learning it is EvilAllAlong in the final boss fight and, [[MultipleEndings depending on how quickly the player beats certain levels]], ends with Rick living happily ever after with his wife and son while the Terror Mask is permanently defeated.
13th Oct '17 11:10:48 AM cynicalcylon
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''Splatterhouse'' is series of BeatEmUp games, created by Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment. Players control the protagonist Rick Taylor as he fights against diabolical supernatural forces in a struggle to save the woman he loves (and, in ''Splatterhouse 3'', his son). Rick has a constant companion throughout this freak show of demented demons: the Terror Mask, an ancient artifact that confers great and terrible powers upon anyone who wears it--and seems to have a [[ArtifactOfDoom mind of]] [[SuperpoweredEvilSide its own]].

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''Splatterhouse'' is series of BeatEmUp games, games created by Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment. Players control the protagonist Rick Taylor as he fights against diabolical supernatural forces in a struggle to save the woman he loves (and, in ''Splatterhouse 3'', his son). Rick has a constant companion throughout this freak show of demented demons: the Terror Mask, an ancient artifact that confers great and terrible powers upon anyone who wears it--and seems to have a [[ArtifactOfDoom mind of]] [[SuperpoweredEvilSide its own]].
13th Oct '17 11:10:24 AM cynicalcylon
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The ''Splatterhouse'' series of BeatEmUp games, created by Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment, gives players control of protagonist Rick Taylor as he fights against diabolical supernatural forces in a struggle to save the woman he loves (and, in ''Splatterhouse 3'', his son). Rick has a constant companion throughout this freak show of demented demons: the Terror Mask, an ancient artifact that confers great and terrible powers upon anyone who wears it--and seems to have a [[ArtifactOfDoom mind of]] [[SuperpoweredEvilSide its own]].

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The ''Splatterhouse'' is series of BeatEmUp games, created by Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment, gives players Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment. Players control of the protagonist Rick Taylor as he fights against diabolical supernatural forces in a struggle to save the woman he loves (and, in ''Splatterhouse 3'', his son). Rick has a constant companion throughout this freak show of demented demons: the Terror Mask, an ancient artifact that confers great and terrible powers upon anyone who wears it--and seems to have a [[ArtifactOfDoom mind of]] [[SuperpoweredEvilSide its own]].
13th Oct '17 6:20:46 AM cynicalcylon
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* OneUp: In the third game, you can find hidden rooms that leads to books that gives Rick an extra lives.

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* OneUp: In the third game, you can find hidden rooms that leads to books that gives Rick an extra lives.life.
10th Sep '17 3:25:48 AM PaulA
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*** The game packed in references to the works of Lovecraft: in Chapter Six, a monstrous beast resting in a tank towards the end of the level looks a lot like Cthulhu; several spells and prayers spoken by Dr. West -- himself, a reference [[Film/ReAnimator Herbert West]] -- mention "Chtulhu fhtagn" and "Shub-Niggurath"; sharp-eyed players can spot other minor references to Cthulhu in the backgrounds of several stages, such as a piece of wall decor in Chapter 11; and Jennifer and Rick attend a university located in Arkham, the fictional city featured in numerous Lovecraft stories.

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*** The game packed in references to the works of Lovecraft: in Chapter Six, a monstrous beast resting in a tank towards the end of the level looks a lot like Cthulhu; [[Literature/TheCallOfCthulhu Cthulhu]]; several spells and prayers spoken by Dr. West -- himself, a reference [[Film/ReAnimator to [[Literature/HerbertWestReanimator Herbert West]] -- mention "Chtulhu fhtagn" and "Shub-Niggurath"; sharp-eyed players can spot other minor references to Cthulhu in the backgrounds of several stages, such as a piece of wall decor in Chapter 11; and Jennifer and Rick attend a university located in Arkham, the fictional city featured in numerous Lovecraft stories.
1st Sep '17 5:43:16 AM CosmicFerret
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* SplatterHorror: As the title suggests, the series allows the player to dismember enemies in showers of gore.
29th Jul '17 10:21:24 AM nombretomado
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Namco also published ''Splatterhouse: Wanpaku Graffiti'' ("Naughty Graffiti"), a [[WidgetSeries bizarre]] and [[LighterAndSofter wacky]] prequel for the {{Famicom}} that features SuperDeformed versions of the game's characters and parodies of numerous horror films (and their associated tropes).

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Namco also published ''Splatterhouse: Wanpaku Graffiti'' ("Naughty Graffiti"), a [[WidgetSeries bizarre]] and [[LighterAndSofter wacky]] prequel for the {{Famicom}} UsefulNotes/{{Famicom}} that features SuperDeformed versions of the game's characters and parodies of numerous horror films (and their associated tropes).
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