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Submitted by nrvalleytime 388d ago | review

Review: The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing II (DarkZero)

Dominic Sheard: "The first Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing was one I enjoyed quite a bit. It had a solid action RPG foundation and neat ideas that made the game feel different than playing Blizzard’s well known Diablo III or some of the older action RPGs, such as Titan Quest. Even though I did like the game, I had a massive issue with the entire cooperative experience being broken, making the game only viable to play if you wanted to stay offline and play solo, which, I might add, is reasonably fine, and I mentioned that in my review, but with the game clearly advertised cooperative play, and with a lot of people enjoying this genre with friends, it was a huge bummer that it constantly had connection issues and other hiccups. Roll on a year and now we have The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing II, an improved follow up in nearly every area, including cooperative play." (PC, The Incredible Adventure of Van Helsing 2) 7/10

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