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The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing (2013) Game Information

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Role Playing (RPG) (Hack ‘n Slash)



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02/09/2019 (1 of 1 found this helpful)

Final Cut is Incredibly Fun with Friends

Diablo has been the go-to franchise for isometric hack n slash gameplay, but Blizzard has been dragging their feet and stretching out Diablo III for as long as possible. As such, there have been several different attempts to either compete or provide an alternative and Neocore Games threw their hat in the ring with The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing. Originally released in episodic parts (three to be exact), they eventually released a more polished version with all three combined in a Final Cut version - and is by far the best version to play.

Presentation: From 2013 to 2015, Van Helsing went through a few changes, but the final product in the Final Cut is certainly the version you want to play. The graphics look pretty good, with characters and enemies both having plenty of var...

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  Nelson Schneider
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01/16/2019 (2 of 2 found this helpful)

Diamond in the Rough

“The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing” (“Van Helsing”) is the third game by Hungarian Indie developer, NeoCore Games, whose inaugural efforts included “King Arthur” and “King Arthur 2,” the ‘Role-Playing Wargames.’ Like Disney in its heyday, NeoCore has adopted the concept of basing their game development efforts on extant works of literature that have become part of the Public Domain, hence negating the need for expensive licensing fees to IP rights-holders and the whole legal song-and-dance that happens around such licensing agreements. “Van Helsing” is based on none-other than the original novel that brought vampires and creatures of the night into the modern zeitgeist, “Dracula” by Bram Stoker, originally published in 1897 (thus it only just went out of copyright bef...

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