oprainfall’s 31 Days of Halloween – Day 5 – Splatterhouse

Friday, October 6th, 2017

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Oprainfall Halloween | Day 5

 

Welcome to oprainfall’s 31 Days of Halloween. Every day we will be looking at a different anime, manga, or game series and spotlighting it. They don’t necessarily have to be in the horror genre, but they must have left an impact on us using those techniques.

Today we highlight the first home console version of Splatterhouse on the TurboGrafx 16 and see how it differs from the arcade version as well as seeing how it laid down the foundation for the rest of the franchise. At the time nothing was like Splatterhouse a putrid game with unapologetic gore….. it was awesome.

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  • Mr0303

    The game was artistically amazing. I wouldn’t mind a new 2D beat-em up. The 3D remake was serviceable, but I don’t think we’ll see another one in the series.