Get set for an updated version of Splatterhouse, the classic 1988 beat ’em up game. However, what has players really excited is the inclusion of the original game with the new one.
“Everybody wants that,” beamed Splatterhouse co-producer Mark Brown at the New York Comic Con. “We’re gonna deliver on it.”
The original game, which was first released on the Turbografx-16 system, is the “crown jewel of the Namco back catalog,” according to Brown.
The new Splatterhouse will be the first game to let players use their own severed limbs to fight with. It is due later this year.
Here is a link to the official game site, which has a trailer and screen shots: