Summary: I haven't payed darkness 1, but this game is really good, despite me hating demons. A really good story, a mix of different things, like romance, action, drama. I think the game turned out to be what it had to be. I don't know if there will be continuation to this game, but I would look forward for it!
Summary: So, I don't know what percentage through this game I made it, & I'll never know as I don't ever plan on picking it back up. It's another one of those games where you have to wonder if they want you to be slightly involved in their movie or if it's a game where you know, you get to control some things and actually DO stuff. Sometimes I can deal with these excessive cut-scene loads of garbage, but the final straw in this one was where he starts dancing with some girl...
Summary: I bought this game because it looked pretty interesting. From what I got from it, you play as the "bad guy", killing people who get in your path. I thought this game was pretty fun for the most part. Each character in the game has a unique style of fighting and it took me a while to choose which one to use.
The Darkness II is not the revelation its predecessor was, but ripping up occultists with your demon arms is a blast anyway.
Federico Rolon, Amazon
28 March 2013
Summary: The Good -Demonic arms + solid gunplay = fun times -Unusual, creepy story that's more than just cheap shocks -Skill tree gives the action some diversity -Excellent voice acting and sound effects. The Bad -Incredibly short campaign -Linear levels and second-rate AI make for predictable encounters - Run-of-the-mill co-op missions lack challenge