To rate a game at 6.5 points is a little harsh. especially a game like Clive Barker's Jericho. All right it might be that the story is a bit corny, but nowadays almost all games tend to use a corny plot, but Jericho deserved more. I was a little timid when I began playing it (because I had previously seen your site's rating), but just after the first mission I realised you were wrong. All right maybe one can't lead his teams as in a rainbow Six game, but the characters did what one ordewred. The desgn was great and I can say the same about the graphics. The opponents were well rendered and the proved at times pretty difficult to defeat, but when the gamers defeats, well, it's so sweet. The opponets proved intelligent, and the bosses too. As a survival horror, it's true, had a few scary moments, but it's a shooter and a shooter is plain fun. The thing to live in your teammates' bodies was an interesting idea and it's pretty interesting. I liked to lodge in every body of every of my battle comrades, and one used each of them for a different thing. The physics was pretty realistic, one could destroy barrels and other things, and the opponents would explode into bits if one shot them with a shotgun or blew them with a hand-grenade. The puzzels proved at times difficult to overcome, but they weren't too difficult to pass them over. One thing I did not like when one had to step on some tiles and your buddies would't do it in the same time to open some doors.
I think that various game review sites genuinely missed the good stuff in this game by not knowing how to respond to something rather new -- an FPS horror game that's not too scary and not too strong FPS game either. ... Read Full Review
Story- Its a great horror story, but not the silent hill type, its not the get scared in the dark type, is the get atacked by alot of horrific monsters nonstop type. I wont spoil the actual strory, because its great and... Read Full Review