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Play.TM: Splatterhouse Review

Play.TM: "Back in 1989 Namco released an arcade game that stuck out like a sore, bloodied thumb compared to the rest of the market. Called Splatterhouse, it was a blood-splashed horror-fest rendered in tiny 16-bit pixels. Taking control of Rick, a beefy, masked killer, you rampaged around a mansion, mulching endless streams of monstrous nasties in ever more gory ways. The Mushroom Kingdom it was not."

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