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Clive Barker's Jericho

Released on 26 October 2007

Rating: 18+ (BBFC)

3.0 out of 5 (14 customer reviews) | Write a review

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A spectacular, creative, and unflinching realisation of a Clive Barker nightmare for next-gen console platforms and PC, Clive Barker's Jericho is a new supernatural horror concept with story by the master mythmaker, novelist and filmmaker Clive Barker.

Jericho deals with the mysterious reappearance of a lost city in a remote desert. When a form of evil that goes right back to the dawn of days resurfaces from there, a Special Forces squad, trained in both conventional warfare and the arcane arts, is sent in. Their mission: Hunt down and destroy the evil that lurks at the heart of the city before it destroys humanity.

Clive Barker's Jericho is designed as an action horror title that will up the stakes in visuals and phantasmagorical special effects. Mingling the darkest elements of Barker's horror fiction and films with an ambitious, age-spanning story, aimed at mature gamers, fans of Clive Barker and horror fiction enthusiasts.
  • Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By purchasing this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age and over.
  • All-action first-person shooter combined with darkest horror from the twisted mind of horror legend Clive Barker.
  • Modern weapons and paranormal powers.
  • Switch between and play all six squad members.
  • Direct your squad as they watch your back and follow your orders.
  • Squad first-person shooter mechanics deliver tactical action.
  • Each character has unique paranormal abilities.
  • Abilities can be combined to create new powers.
  • The game takes place in Al-Khali, a city formed over 6 different eras and ruled by evil.

customer Reviews

 Average rating (14 reviews)

 Demo impressions

| | See all Gunner54's reviews (2)

For any X360 owner who is bored with the latest (same as before) Halo game I suggest they try the demo of 'Clive Barker's Jerico.'

The demo's graphics are superb, looking like a cross between a glossy horror graphic novel and an A-list fantasy/horror movie.

The three charactors on show are cool, each having a stylised look and individual style.

The game play seems complex at first try, but the learning curve (on the demo) is not too steep.

The atmoshere is great, like a smokey combination of the best scenes from 'Aliens' and 'Blade Trinity,' and Barkers own 'Nightbreed.'

The game's backstory is intelligently put together and engaging!

The music is great and entirely suitable -- it helps with both the urgency of the action and the atmosphere of creeping horror.

Survival events. Hated the SE on the demo during my first few attempts, but enjoyed beating it. Not sure i'd enjoy a lot of them in the game - a bit too like similar 'action scenes' in Syd Myers' Pirates.'

I have a couple of major negatives about the demo. The first being the sound of the weapons.... weedy and thin in the extreme. Whereas you might just get away with a machine pistol sounding like a pea-shooter you can't with a triple-barrel gatlin gun! And the sounds the guns did emit did not change as to echo etc within the different enclosed spaces. Secondly, although there was some vibration on the game pad when the player came in physical contact with an enemy, there was no 'recoil' vibration from any of the guns. I may have been spoilt by the guns on games such as 'Medal of Victory: Airborne' and the UK produced 'Urban Choas', but the weapons on the Jerico demo were not at all impressive regarding sound or vibration.

The demo is an intriging 'work in progress'. Could be a sleeper hit and a killer game (nice to see at least one developer concentrating on a single player campaign to the exclusion of a bolted on multiplayer element). As I played the game I thought how much I would like to see Barker publish a novel based on it or other adventures of th 'squad.' If the guns have the right zing and ting in the full version it could possibly end up being my fave of the year! On the other hand if the gun experience remains the same I may give the game a complete miss. So, fingers crossed then... Three stars then, if the guns are beefed up for the full price version it will probably get a five from me.

 this game looks amazing very sick game be ready

| | See all crysis's reviews (24)

this game is amazing you play as one of 6 in you group your team back you up but you have to go solo to open doors and so on. i think this game is for action fps but its very sick and gory lots and lots of blood bits flying all over the place blood dripping off walls much more gory and spooky then doom3 brill game

 Wow!

| | See all DisgruntledLeftie's reviews (2)

If the demo of this game is anything to go by, it should be spectacular when it comes out fully! The AI of the team is great, they use their weaponry and powers to great effect and even the enemy use shields and cover to doge your bullets! The graphics are wonderful, almost surreal and really add to the trademark Clive Barker gory weirdness! A superb demo for (hopefully) a superb game!

 Different

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Well to start off i brought this game mainly because i played Undying when i was younger. As a whole i loved Undying because it was very atmospheric and generally a spooky game with a good storyline.

So anyway because i liked Undying so much i brought this.
Personally people that are saying this is the worst game they have ever played obviously havent played alot of the tripe thats come out this year. I wouldnt say this is the best game ever made but its different certainly.

The storyline isnt as impressive as you would expect coming from Clive Barker, but its still far more complex then most FPS's out there at the moment.
Action isnt bad, game play is fairly basic with very standard mouse and keyboard controls and features. Nothing groundbreaking on that front.
But again this is a very atmospheric game. Your surroundings are constantly in keeping with the horror genre, Very dark very gory and very blood covered in other words.
I cant really pick on the graphics either, Nothing to breath taking but it still manages to pull off some nice motion blur, Distance fading and generally nice looking textures with the blood covered floors and walls.
Enemies are fairly origional and look quite cool, Mostly mutilated looking torture victims and the like, all very blood and scar covered with various large rusty blades pertruding from their bodies.

As i whole id recommend this game to anyone that has a spare weekend or couple of nights alone with a headset and the lights off. Not to many jumps involved but its just a freaky couple of hours game play to have fun with. Id only recommend you have a fairly up to scratch pc to reap the full freaky atmos from it though

 Great for lovers of shooters

| | See all ezraxj's reviews (7)

Although maps are very linear in this game it is plain fun.

1º You can switch between characters and use their different powers, although confusing at first this is the biggest pro of this game.

2º Ambient and story is 10/10.

3º If you like shooters and liked painkiller, this is a more developed and entertaining version of it.

Some may not like it but the game is very good and has been underrated.

Delivers what it needs to deliver. Shooting action and fun. (with the plus of powers and character switch).

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Rating18+ (BBFC)