Clive Barker's Jericho Pro Reviews

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Clive Barker's Jericho Reviews

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Game Chronicles Magazine 6.3/10 Dec 02 '07
GameSpot 6.5/10 Oct 29 '07
IGN PS3 5.6/10 Oct 26 '07
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Clive Barker's Jericho Previews

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GameSpot Apr 19 '07
IGN PS3 Sep 10 '07
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"Clive Barker may be one of horror writing's most revered names, but he's had some trouble cracking the video game market. His first game, Undying, was met with almost complete apathy by the PC community in 2001, winning the dubious honour of GameSpot's "Best Game No One Played" the same year. His second attempt, Demonik, was set to offer players a starring role as the villain of the piece, but it was scrapped midway through development. Jericho, his latest attempt at cracking the formula, may prove "third time lucky" for Barker, thanks to a new collaboration with Spanish developer Mercury Steam and British publisher Codemasters. From what we've seen already, the game looks promising enough to match the critical acclaim of Undying, and as it's hitting the PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3, it also has the potential to reach a much wider audience."
"Poor level design poisons Jericho's awesome but unrealized potential."
"With BioShock still fresh in our Plasmid-addled brains and Halo 3 just on the horizon, we were expecting to find it tough to get excited about yet another FPS. However, Jericho has some exceedingly compelling hooks and plenty of supernatural action. What's more, character-switching works well, giving players the opportunity to play the game in a myriad ways. Although we've still got a few doubts - mainly involving the linearity of progress and some rather 'samey' corridor-like locations - Jericho is shaping up to be a definite treat when it lurches onto PS3, Xbox 360 and PC this Halloween."
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