As Raziel, stalk the shadows of Nosgoth preying upon your former vampire brethren in your quest to destroy your creator- Kain. After being betrayed and executed by Kain, return to Nosgoth on an epic mission of revenge. A milestone in 3D adventure.Read full description
As Raziel, stalk the shadows of Nosgoth preying upon your former vampire brethren in your quest to destroy your creator- Kain. After being betrayed and executed by Kain, return to Nosgoth on an epic mission of revenge. A milestone in 3D adventure.
Feed on the souls of your enemies
Explore the vast 3D world of Nosgoth packed with 60 hours of gameplay
Shift real-time between the material and the spectral planes
Hunt 5 different tribes of murderous vampires with an arsenal of deadly hand-to-hand, projectile and environmental weapons.
Over 100 cinematics with 45 minutes of voice over deliver a dark, gothic story
Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver © Square Enix Limited, 1999
Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver is a old but well known classic. It offers frequent puzzles that effectively attract players and make them sit in front of the monitors longer than one would expect. With each unlocked new ability, an ever larger area of the world is opened to us. When it comes to graphics you may be disappointed, but it is worth mentioning that the game was released in 1999, but luckily it still defends itself with a very good story. If you haven't played it yet give it a try.
Voice acting : Spot on Music : Awesome Gameplay : Fun Story : Interesting Legacy of Kaiin Soul Reaver was one of the few games that I thoroughly enjoyed playing multiple times. Obviously, compared to many games now, the graphics are dated, but if you can get over the jagged edges and not-so-hi def images and videos - you are in for a treat. 3rd person view, camera angle gets wonky at times, but you can shift it left and right. The gameplay is a bit repetitive when it comes to fighting but you do experience different enemies and the different places you go are beautiful. I remember being able to play this comfortably with a keyboard only but a controller should work better. An excellent game to have in your collection. Super recommended for the game and the series.
I first played this as a kind, so there may be some bias. Soul Reaver is a crossover of platforming and hack-n-slash gameplay. You play a vampire betrayed by your leader who feared your power (this is his legacy after all) and the rest of the game is a mission of revenge and redemption. The plot takes many twists and turns, you meet awesome new characters, and discover a lot about an extremely interesting world, especially once you climb out of hell and see the craziness you missed Visually, the polygonal style of most games from this era don't hold up too well, but this one isn't as bad as most. The environments are still fantastic and the character models are interesting and could be worse graphically. The cutscenes are gorgeous and ripe with great story and clever dialogue. The story is fascinating, and the gameplay is still solid and fun. You should definitely give this a try. The whole series goes on sale quite often.
Direct sequel of Blood Omen, Soul Reaver is probably the most famous and loved episode of the Legacy of Kain saga. You are Raziel, oldest of Kain's vampire sons (and generals). You et your kin have conquered all of Nosgoth. The world is now a paradise for vampires where humans are nothing more than sheeps. Howver, for the blasphemy of getting the power of flight before your father, you've been sentenced to death. In the Underworld, you are resurected as a sentient wraith and sent back to Nosgoth by the Elder God. Your mission : exterminate all vampires. Soul Reaver is an excellent action/adventure game with a structure similar to The Legend of Zelda. You travel to the fortress of each Vampire Lord (Your brothers), fight enemies, solve puzzles and gain new vampire powers after killing the boss. The game is old, but the atmosphere, gameplay, story are great. And it's not a short game. Soul Reaver is a classic and one of my favorite games of all time.
I bought this having had no experience with the game (or the others in the series) before, and I must say I was quite impressed. The opening cutscene was quite breathtaking and really engaged me with the story. However, I think that the game is really, really slow in the beginning but as you progress it's quite spectacular. Combat is okay, there are really good ideas in there (such as having different methods of killing different enemies) but I think that on a keyboard it is a bit finincky. Also, the block puzzles for me really slowed it down, but thank goodness they were few and far between. Overall the experience was quite good, if you can hang in there.
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