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Constantine (video game)

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Initial release date
14 February 2005

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Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

Release date(s)
PlayStation 2NA: February 14, 2005EU: March 4, 2005JP: May 26, 2005XboxNA: February 14, 2005EU: March 4, 2005JP: April 21, 2005MobileNA: May 13, 2005Microsoft WindowsEU: March 4, 2005NA: March 4, 2005

Action-adventure, third-person shooter

Bits Studios, Square Enix Europe

PlayStation 2, Xbox, Microsoft Windows, Mobile phone, Java

THQ, Square Enix Europe, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, 1C Company, Marvelous Entertainment Inc.

Bits Studios games, Action-adventure games

Constantine is an action-adventure video game developed by Bits Studios and published by THQ in 2005 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, Xbox, and Mobile phone. The GameCube and GBA versions had been cancelled.


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It is a movie tie-in license of the Warner Bros. film Constantine, in turn based on the Vertigo / DC Comics comic book series, Hellblazer.

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Players move John Constantine in an RPG-like style, collecting ammo, using an item to restore health and casting spells. Gameplay is a type of third-person shooter style, with changing camera views. Players can select from a variety of weapons to eliminate demons. Cutscenes initiate special missions or boss battles when they occur, giving a round of gameplay a different view.

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John can cast spells that can create lightning storms, expel demons, create swarms of flies or confuse enemies. Each requires the player to hit a sequence of keys within a small window of time, with John chanting at each keypress. The spells have been described by critics as being unimpressive, without much impact on play, making them feel like a supplement to the other weapons.


The game stars John Constantine, the main character from the movie Constantine and the comic book series, Hellblazer, as he learns that unholy animals are somehow crossing into the realm of earth without care. He is then sent by his associate, Beeman, to investigate this problem. Along his investigation he meets up with Father Hennessy, who provides support, along with the Storm Crow spell.

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The game starts out as John is called in to dispel a demon from a little girl's body in a hotel. (Just like in the movie.) After the exorcism is completed, the girl wakes from her hypnosis, feeling better. The screen then cuts to Beeman's office, where John is being informed about the weakened line between Hell and Earth by Beeman. John then steps into a puddle in the corner of the room, utters an incantation and winds up in Hell.

John sees people being chased and attacked by demon, and then sees them coming for him. He, depending on the player's choice, uses his gun, the first part of the Witch's Curse set, to slay these demons. He then starts searching around Hell for the first piece of the Holy Shotgun, while seeing the horrors of Hell with his own eyes. As he searches, more souls are attacked and more demons are seen fighting against John. At a dead end, he finds the second gun for the Witch's Curse set, but is grabbed by a bird-like demon and flown through the skies of Hell. He is dropped and then is ambushed by a hoard of demons - just in front of the holding stall of the Holy Shotgun piece. He then uses the water ampoule he was carrying and gets out of Hell.

Now equipped with the Crucifier, John searches the rest of the storeroom, finding a grate that leads to the generator room. He shuts off the power and heads for the blocked area, which is filled with water. John utters the incantation and is sent to Hell.


The PC, PlayStation 2 and Xbox versions received "mixed or average reviews" according to video game review aggregator Metacritic. In Japan, Famitsu gave the Xbox version a score of one eight and three sixes for a total of 26 out of 40.


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