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Splatterhouse 2

Splatterhouse 2 (GEN) game cover art
Platform: Genesis
Genre: Fighting Action (Brawler)
Developer: Now Production
AKA: Splatter House Part 2 (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
08/03/1992
EU
??/??/1992
JP
08/04/1992

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Staff Reviews

Splatterhouse 2 review

Reviewed December 20, 2003

Marc Golding says: "In the first game, Rick's girlfriend Jennifer was spirited away from his underdeveloped arms right before his pimply face, creamy with bursting whiteheads. The Hell Mask appeared to provide delicious two-fold resolution. He donned the evil, false visage and it took hold of him, charging teenage bone, sinew and muscle, until a fearless full grown murderer of the undead was forged (plus, it hid his acne). "
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Splatterhouse 2 review

Reviewed October 26, 2010

Sho says: "The controls are stiffer than one of its endless supply of corpses, and the average level is a short, uninspired advance from left to right punching identical hordes of muck-encrusted undead while occasionally hopping over a hole in the floor. There's only one reason this cartridge wasn't totally lost to the shadows of mediocrity – it has enough gore to fill a swimming pool."
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Reader Reviews

Splatterhouse 2 review

Reviewed March 13, 2005

goldenvortex says: "Splatterhouse was a fantastic gore-fest, packed with rotting body parts, blood stained hallways and gruesome monsters intent on ripping your guts out. It spawned a mass of controversy on its release and was ripped from arcades shortly after. This bloodbath was also ported to the Turbo-grafx 16, a great port that had a few things edited because of a Satanic reference, an upside down crucifix. It was an original platformer and was one of the first games that dared to go down paths that many games ..."
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Splatterhouse 2 review

Reviewed January 20, 2006

lilica says: "I don’t like Splatterhouse 2. I was planning to mock its sloppy control and limited moveset. I was planning to attack its stricter-than-Altered Beast linearity. I was even planning to poke fun at the sanitized pastel ichor that bursts from every beast (a far cry from the original’s frightening decor). With the above palette of problems, I was planning to paint the most unflattering picture of Splatterhouse 2 that the internet has ever seen. "
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