Coming out November 23rd, just in time for the 2010 Holiday season, Spatterhouse promises to be a contender in the survival horror genre. The new screens show a variety of gameplay including Berserker Mode, side-scrolling segments, and various acts of unfiltered primal aggression you’ll find in the game.
Just in case you missed it, here’s a recap of the Splatterhouse plot line.
Splatterhouse follows college student Rick Taylor as he embarks on a mission to rescue his girlfriend, Jennifer, who has disappeared after entering a mysterious run-down mansion inhabited by an elusive scientist, Dr. West.
Confronted by otherworldly horrific abominations under Dr. West’s control, Rick turns to a mystical sentient mask that promises to give him the power to reunite with his beloved Jennifer. Full of desperation, Rick dons the “Mayan Terror Mask” and is transformed into a raging juggernaut, unleashing unadulterated violence and destruction upon anything that stands in his way.
In addition to the gornucopia of screen shots (see gallery below), the soundtrack details have also been released. Here’s the metal heavy track list:
- The Accused – “Pounding Nails”
- ASG – “Dream Song”
- Cavalera Conspiracy – “Must Kill”
- 5 Finger Death Punch – “Dying Breed”
- Goatwhore – “Apocalyptic Havok”
- The Haunted – “Hollow Ground”
- High On Fire – “Fire, Flood & Plague”
- Invisible Enemies – “Dead Eyes”
- Lamb of God – “Walk With Me in Hell”
- Mastodon – “Blood and Thunder”
- Municipal Waste – “Rigorous Vengeance”
- Mutant Supremacy – “Morbid Dismemberment”
- Terrorizer – “Dead Shall Rise”
- WolfShirt – “Headlong Into Monsters”
You will be able to hack and slash to the soothing sounds of Goatwhore on both the Xbox 360 and the Playstation 3. And, of course, just like many of the best games out there, Splatterhouse is rated M for Mature.