Reviews and Problems with The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing
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22 May 2015
Summary: Lost interest right at the beginning. Ornithopters spawning like crazy - I'm sitting there just hacking away, barely progressing... so I asked myself: Why am I doing this? There is really no good reason to sit at my PC and hold down the mouse button when there is really nothing going on in the game.
Summary: One of the worst gimmicks I've ever seen. Took the first game, added thousands of extra HP to enemies, had them respawn infinitely in most areas and called it a new game. Some of the bosses have 1mil+ HP. This does absolutely nothing for fun except drag battles against overwhelming odds on and on.
Summary: Good sequel that improves quite a few areas. Tower defense is better with more arenas and smarter level flow - but don't worry they are optional. Spent most time with the new Thaumaturge class, which is fantastic because of the many awesome spells.
Summary: More than just a faithful adaptation of a cult TV series. It's a benchmark for translating a favourite property into a video game format, something that other licensed properties could learn from. And it's also the funniest game on the market.
Summary: The solo gameplay is fine, not spectacular, it is redundant. The story is a snooze fest, easily hit escape to bypass it all. This game lacks all sunlight in multiplayer gameplay, it is horrific.
Summary: A vast improvement in every way over the original. After 5 hours the solid game play, responsiveness, visuals and fluid combat make this game a worthy ARPG. The price is a bargain as well, I would gladly pay double for what I have gotten so far in this gem.
Summary: This is a great game, the second in a great saga. Thanks to Neocore Games for keeping true to their promises. The good: + Rock solid gameplay. Fluid, fast and deadly combat, well thought and executed quests and defense phases, a well designed and fonctional UI, a multitude of tactics and skills,...
Summary: This game is an amazing arpg with an abundance of depth and beauty. Fans of the genre will not be disappointed, and for $15 it's a safe bet. I didn't play the first one, but am loving it so far. Veteran of Titan quest, Diablo 1-3, Torchlight, PoE and backer of Grim dawn giving VH2 2 thumbs up.