Clive Barker's Jericho Crack/Patch

Clive Barker's Jericho An unflinching realisation of a Clive Barker nightmare for next-gen console platforms and PC, Clive Barker's Jericho is a 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. Jericho is designed as an action horror title that ups 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. [Codemasters]

Download Clive Barker's Jericho Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 65 / 100
User rating
7.6
Downloads 2482
Genre Action Adventure, Horror, Survival
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
Codemasters / Mercury Steam, Alchemic Productions

Clive Barker's Jericho reviews ( 7 )

ClaudioB., Oct 7, 2008

Sure this isn't the best FPS ever (more on that later), BUT, my friends: a) the plot, the visual & the mood come from Clive Barker, a writer that I personally adore: to be honest the idea of an ancient evil radicated into the history of man so that you can change scenario with a meaning sounds good to me, while you go deeper you go past historical eras and forgive me but this is a fantastic idea; at the same time, you can (and must, to survive) control a whole squad with specific weapons and powers and this is also a great idea (instead of "oh i've found a new great weapon" of the others FPS!); b) levels are linear, enemies come out from spots...but when they do so, emerging from the myst, or a dark tunnel, well, my heart always lose a beat or two: I really don't understand other comments all over the net, this game scares me! (but again maybe its ME); always after a combat I think "wow thanks god there is a save point-that one was pretty hard"; c) bad things: powers aren't always easy to use (you have to place the character with extreme care, in THAT place and not two millimetres away!), an open ending (eh eh, space for a sequel-that's business my friends) and -but that's MY problem- the language translation in italian (totally sucks, I just play in english). To me, this game rocks: if you read Barker, buy it; if you enjoy a game with a marvellous mood, great characters and great plot and don't mind little repetitive schemes... buy it! It's worth it.

Kaiitlynp, Nov 4, 2012

Most amazing show I have ever watched. Just wrapping up season one on netflix and about to start the second. Very unfortunate that a third season isn't getting made. This should change Forsure.

valveboy, Oct 25, 2007

Truly a Clive Barker fans wet dream....Shades of Hellraiser, mixed with a bit of nightbreed and lord of illusions. Good Barker script mixed with some excellent graphics(fantastic shaders and lighting!!!) Abit repetitive, but if you like Barker his style and his writings, this is your game........

btxddd, Feb 17, 2013

The designer must be quite creative, so that they managed to produce this all-new game play method. Changing and combining different characters together is really a great fun. But the shooting part feels awful, the bullet just absorbed by the monster and this seems weird. And we can not jump, some bugs still affecting game experience.......so 7 is a good score in my point of view. BTW, the story line is attractive :P

czerro, Jan 12, 2011

While it doesn't really push any gameplay boundaries, there is much to like about this game. While a short game there is a LOT of voice work. The art design is exceptional and you never see the same thing twice in the level design. The engine is beautiful. The squad combat, while non-essential, diverts one's attention from just how linear the game is. A small detractor, but the timed button pressing sequences were broken on PC without default controls. It's a different kind of game. The major strength is the atmosphere, similar to games like Amnesia, and Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth. Like these games, there are some serious flaws to the gameplay, but the experience still manages to be highly enjoyable, and unique.

dandalis, Nov 22, 2017

Jericho's kind of a love/hate affair. Theres pretty cool religious and dark premise. A lot of work and detail put into world characters and villains that cause a real disgust and fair amount of fear from their ominous looks. Game just oozes great and unsettling atmosphere in levels which shift from modern setting down to sumerian times 3000 years BC with good detail added to portray each time period as well as possible. The way you can play as 6 characters with seemless jump to one another also was something quite unique that i had simililarly seen only in a 6 years younger game GTA V, not mentioning how it expands gameplay variety with each Jericho soldier having unique guns and magical abilities. All Jericho members also suprisingly are kinda likeable, each feels somewhat unique with their own backstories, they can crack childish, but funny jokes at times. On less positive side is the gameplay itself. Game is very linear, nothing wrong with linear games of course, but even good linear games can pull of sense of grander scale, Jericho doesnt do that, its just leads you thru tight corridors and paths to boss encounters which have more arena style layouts. its Gunplay can be a very mixed bag, something like Delgado's hand cannon can feel pretty beefy and powerful, while his mini gun just feels weak and piss poor to use, much same can be said about other guns other characters have. Not helping that aspect is the very generic sound design guns have, utter majority of them just have no impact and Black's sniper rifle could be worst offender sounding very poor like ripped from a B action movie generic sound FX library. Also story itself doesnt really do a good impression, there are certain highs and lows, but what really hurts is the damn ending of the game, it just ends without any aftermath explanation and doesnt show what happens with the Jericho squad, just rollis the credits and thats it, no post credits scenes, nada, nothing. Good thing is game is very well optimized, it has very dark, brown look to its graphics, but it really suits the game's style its pulling off, i cant imagine it having actual other vibrant colours, for a 2007 not really a triple A game it looks pretty good and runs very well, i only had 1 weird game crash during my time with it. Plus it takes very little space on storage drive, below 4 GB

DraconisB., Dec 26, 2007

Wow what to say? Repeative encounters where enemies spawn 10 times or more from the same spot. Squad AI is simply lacking and merely spray and prays. Bland level design with small pathways from point A to B. Awful reaction mini games where you have to push buttons in sequence to progress through the cut scene. Speaking of which, currently I am STUCK on the crusades (second) level and unable to finish the game since the reaction game is bugged. My options are to either PAY MONEY for a cheat code for my copy of the game which will bypass the reaction event. Or I can possibly tweak my graphics card and hope the event works correctly. I am utterly aghast at this abomination of a game. not only is it a shooter on a rail but it insults you by forcing encounters of kill X enemies until you can pass. Not only does your squad do nothing to protect themselves or avoid splash damage. The biggest gripe is they are trying to milk this filth by forcing you to buy the cheat codes. BUY THE CHEAT CODES, for some people like myself we are having to bypass a infinite loop reaction cut scene or we cant progress. They expect us to pay for a code to bypass this ensuring a couple of dollars extra on top of the price. Remember who made this and remember how bland and bug infested it was. Dont forgot how they try to use buggy scenes and overly hard sections to generate cash through a pay to cheat system. Most of all remember to not support barginware gussied up with a famous persons name. P.S. Why couldn't this have been more like Undying? WHY?