I enjoyed the game for what it was not what it could be. Yes, the game has a very slow pace, the combat needs a little polishing, but it had something that I needed to see till the end. The story hooked me, right from the start.
The Xp needed to upgrade my powers between missions was small. I felt the game did so to tempt the gamer into killing folks. I did so early, and learned that many of my decisions have consequences. In killing and giving in to my urge, I set off a chain reaction, many of the people in that neighborhood were affected.
Vampyr has great atmosphere, it was very immersive, each street, building and clothing, captured that time period, which was London around 1918 perfectly. The combat becomes better as you upgrade and acquire new powers.
Overall, I truly enjoyed this game. Normally, I wouldn’t enjoyed a game that heavily relies on interrogation type gameplay, but in Vampyr it total worked.
Game Overview: London, 1918. You are newly turned Vampyr Dr. Jonathan Reid. As a doctor, you must find a cure to save the city’s flu-ravaged citizens. As a Vampyr, you are cursed to feed on those you vowed to heal.
About the Game:
Published by: Focus Home Interactive
Developed by: Dontnod Entertainment
Genre: Third Person
Darksiders is a third-person action-adventure game. The story is centered around the tale of the apocalypse, were you play as War, one of the Four Horsemen. The story begins as War is summoned, he arrives to find the apocalypse has started as demons and the Hellguard fight while humanity is destroyed.
War is told that the seven seals was not broken, and is blamed for the ordeal. War is given a second change and sent back to earth to find out what exactly happened. In Darksiders 2, the storyline is connected, as Death is trying to clear his bother War of the crimes from the first game.
Both games are very similar, both in weapons, gampelay, puzzle solving. Darksiders 2 is a more polished game, both in gameplay and graphics and overall more fluid.
I was a fan of the first Darksiders game, I never got a chance until now to play the sequel. It was a real shame that the trilogy never finished, I wish the rest of the other houseman’s story got told through game releases.
Closing Comments: This is a great collection for fans of hack and slash games.
About the Game:
Published by: THQ Nordic
Developed by: Vigil Games
Genre: Third Person
I never get excited for pre-orders, but I feel obligated to post details on Spider-Man’s PS4 Collector’s & Digital Deluxe Editions. I cant wait to play this game.
You’ll see this cover adorning the standard edition of Marvel’s Spider-Man when it is available at retail and digitally for US $59.99 / CDN $79.99 MSRP. While many of you have been asking us to show the cover for the game, many more have wondered: will there be digital deluxe and collector’s editions of the game? You betcha, True Believers — we’ve got both.
The Digital Deluxe edition of the game (US $79.99 / CDN $99.99 MSRP) will include a copy of the game as well as new story chapters with our post-launch DLC series – Marvel’s Spider-Man: The City That Never Sleeps.
That’s right, we’ll be supporting the game post-launch and you’ll be getting three new chapters each with new missions, new villains and characters, and additional suits for Spider-Man. More details on that a bit later down the road. Buyers who pre-order the Digital Deluxe edition will also receive by mail a limited edition collectible pin (only available to residents of US and Canada) featuring Spider-Man as he appears on the cover art for the game. Source playstation