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Hunter: The Reckoning Redeemer Review
11 March 2010
Conclusion: Redeemer is a much better title than its original, and even though we got through it, we have already begun our second round to build up our characters and unlock all the goodies the game has to offer. Hunter is solid as can be, and brings a new aspect to the hack and slash genre which is usually comprised of medieval or fantasy settings. The huge graphical overhaul and the cinematic like voiceovers and plot create a great feel for the title.
Excerpt: You've got to feel a little sorry for the people of Ashcroft. In the first Hunter: The Reckoning game, the town is overrun by a supernatural evil. In the PlayStation 2 exclusive Hunter: The Reckoning—Wayward , the town is once again overrun by supernatural evil. In the recently released Xbox title Hunter: The Reckoning—Redeemer , the town is once again — yes, you guessed it-overrun by supernatural evil.
Excerpt: Hunter: The Reckoning Redeemer review Game Over Online - http://www.game-over.com Everyone knows a haunted house story or two that sends a shiver up their spine, but what about a haunted town? Welcome to Ashcroft, a city that redefines the term “cursed” on a continual basis. Populated by ghosts, werewolves, vampires and other supernatural beings, Ashcroft poses a significant threat to human safety.
Conclusion: Hunter: The Reckoning Redeemer. Not much has changed in the gameplay department over the original. You still have melee and ranged attacks, which are augmented by various offensive and defensive Edges (i.e. spells) specific to each character, and fight wave after wave demons, re-animated corpses, and various undead baddies, including Santa Claus. But what does play a role is the new Experience Meters for conviction (or magic), melee and ranged attacks.
Conclusion: There isn’t much left for me to say, this is basically BALDUR’S GATE with better controls and more interesting environments.. If you liked the original, you’ll like this, if you hated the original, you’ll hate this. That’s not to say that this is an definite purchase for lovers of the original though. It’s really not that much different and in the end it’ll come down to if you’re willing to pay another $100 or so for more of the same.
Pros: + excellent controls, + great graphics and enjoyable gameplay, + 4 player co-op, +, Reviewed by Sean McCabe
Conclusion: C'est étrange, j'ai l'impression de refaire exactement le même test que pour le Wayward sur PS2. Remarquez, on peaufine un peu plus les graphismes d'un côté, on garde toutes les qualités (et défauts) du premier Hunter, et zou on obtient un nouveau beat'em all ben fendard à 4 mais qui se termine un peu vite et qu'on aura beaucoup de mal à reprendre une fois bouclé.
Conclusion: Unter dem Strich ist Hunter: Redeemer lediglich ein Update des Vorgängers mit Verbesserungen im Detail, lineareren Levels und einem leicht abgesenkten Schwierigkeitsgrad. Kenner des Vorgängers werden also weiterhin auf eine Fortsetzung mit storybezogenem Tiefgang und mehr Abwechslung, zum Beispiel in Form überraschend gescripteter Ereignisse, warten müssen.