EGM scoops new Splatterhouse

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 23 April 2008 06:52 GMT

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The June issue of EGM’s got a cover exclusive on a new Splatterhouse game, if you can believe that. See here. There are no details on that page apart from the fact it’s being published by Namco.

Surfer Girl reckons BottleRocket Entertainment (Rise of the Kasai) is developing the title.

There’s loads of other stuff in the mag. Why doesn’t someone publish something like EGM in the UK? We might actually buy it if they did.

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