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Splatterhouse (TurboGrafx-16)

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Title Screen

Splatterhouse

Developer: Namco
Publishers: Namco (JP), NEC Technologies (US)
Platform: TurboGrafx-16
Released in JP: April 3, 1990
Released in US: 1990


SoundtestIcon.png This game has a hidden sound test.
LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.


Otherwise known as The One Where He Has a RED Mask.

Stage Select/Sound Test

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At the opening scene of the house, press Select three times, then hold Down+Left and press II.

At this new screen, press Select to switch between a stage select and sound test.

Regional Differences

Japan US
SplatterhouseTG16-Rick-JP.png SplatterhouseTG16-Rick-US.png

Rick's mask was slightly redesigned and changed from white to red, likely in an attempt to make him look less like Jason Voorhees. His skin tone was also made slightly darker.

Japan US
SplatterhouseTG16-Boss4-JP.png SplatterhouseTG16-Boss4-US.png

The central figure of the rotating head boss of Stage IV was changed from an inverted cross to another demonic floating head.

Japan US
SplatterhouseTG16-Grave-JP.png SplatterhouseTG16-Grave-US.png

The grave at the end of Stage VII was changed from a cross to a tombstone.