A delightfully devilish romp through the eyes of Satan's spawn
Jonathan Ditmer, Amazon
31 March 2014
Summary: When I first started the game, I had no idea what to expect. Would this be a mindless shooter, a la Postal? Would it be something a little subtler and more cunning, like the Hitman series? After playing through several levels, my impression started leaning heavily towards the latter, and I simply could not hit the "Quit Game" button before fully satiating the murderous appetite of the silent antichristagonist, Lucius.
Summary: Think it's excellent. I have one major complaint: You have to finish a chapter before it will save your progress. So if something comes up and you have to leave the game before you complete the chapter...
Perfect game for me! I find it really fun. Ha..., Amazon
25 December 2013
Summary: I bought the game recently, I was extremely excited to play. I was completely let down when I saw that it would not download correctly. It told me to download many different softwares, I did and it still did not work. Thanks amazon.
Summary: listed as a sandbox game because you get to pick a few things, but the order you do your tasks and HOW to do them is predetermined and very linear. the game however is fun, and the "story" is entertaining.
Summary: I was very intrigued with the story line of the game. What disappointed me about the game was that the movement was slow and delayed. The audio, music, and graphics were fine. The game movement was very slow, like playing a game that's constantly freezing up. I re-downloaded it and re-installed it, but I am guessing that maybe the file itself was bad by default. Maybe that's the way they designed it to be, but I doubt it, it had to be a problem with the download.
Summary: Lucius is a slightly interesting, yet generally bad game. The story centers around Lucius, the devil's alleged son who has been asked to murder people in demonic ways. It's not combat-oriented, you just cause accidents to hurt/kill people. It's new, but also quite bad. The story is lame, and the dialogue is drawn out and boring. Gameplay itself is excruciatingly awful.