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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: 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. Fortunately, a group of Hunters, people with abilities to combat these dangers, has confined the hazards within the city walls twice.
Excerpt: Velkommen tilbage til Ashcroft – den venlige by med de sultne udøde og direkte adgang til Helvede! Du vælger en af fem forskellige Hunters, hiver dit gigantiske slagvåben ned fra pladsen over kaminen, stopper et par hylstre i dit oversavede og går på gaden for at få dine udøde naboer til at stoppe larmen! Fem helte, 10,000 skabninger fra Helvedes dybeste afgrunde og kun et sted at feste – træd indenfor og kæmp med.