The story of Lucius II continues where the original left off: Lucius emerges as the lone survivor of the burning wreckage his parents once called home, unscathed from the ruthless slaughter he had unleashed.Read full description
The story of Lucius II continues where the original left off: Lucius emerges as the lone survivor of the burning wreckage his parents once called home, unscathed from the ruthless slaughter he had unleashed. He had taken the weak and punished the wicked. He had looked through their souls and found the true selves they had been hiding.
Lucius is taken to the psychiatric ward of St. Benedict’s Hospital by unsuspecting caretakers. The Book of Revelation predicts the birth of a child that would end up ruling the world with an iron rod. The first part of this prophecy has been fulfilled. It is time to take care of the rest. Whispers of a prophecy find their way to the boy's ears. Lucius decides to act again to regain his powers. But little does he know of his new adversaries...
Lucius II is a unique twist where you play the bad guy and wreak havoc as the son of the devil.
3D Splatter adventure sandbox that continues the story of the original game.
Over 100 potential victims.
Lucius can now explore a vast five storey hospital and a small town of Ludlow.
Homage to the classic horror movies. You can find references to different titles all over the game.
Create your truly own unique traps by using a complex combination system and various tools.
Each level is its own sandbox where you can decide when, who and how to kill.
Create your own unique Lucius by selecting from vast number of supernatural abilities.
Developed by Shiver Games Ltd. © 2015 Shiver Games Ltd.
Lucius 2 picks up right where the first game ended. We find our protagonist being admitted into a hospital and from there... well you can imagine what happens next. Right from the start Lucius 2 runs noticeably better and looks better than the previous game. I'm not exactly sure what engine it was running on but I was quite pleased about this. Gameplay's pretty similar to Lucius 1 only this time the objectives are less linear and for every NPC there's about 20 different ways you can kill them. You can even kill all the NPCs. Every map is also large and open - which was something Lucius 1 lacked. The music chosen is fitting and even the voice acting's not too bad (it's about the same as Lucius 1). The story's pretty standard but what did you expect from a game like this! Unfortunately the AI is as dumb as a bag of peanuts a lot of the time, there's a ton of bugs and everything just feels so unpolished. Not to mention the game gets repetitive pretty quick. Overall I still enjoyed Lucius 2 more than I thought I would and I look forward to playing Lucius Demake next. It's a 7.5/10 for me.
I really enjoyed the First Lucius and I've been waiting for the second game impatiently and here it is , this game is about a child murdering people horrifyingly , the difference in this one is that they removed all puzzle elements that existed in the first game and it's more open with more freedom to use which makes it slightly easier than the first one , but ti also means you become like Agent 47 from Hitman series with a full head of hair , i don't want to say much about the story because i don't want to ruin it for you. the graphics are nice and you can see improvement in character models over the first game , the music is very nice but i had an issue with it increasing instantly during game play that it sometimes overshadows the dialogue which it self is good and hilarious at times , but some of the voice actors aren't that great. it's an original concept and the game needs to be recognized for it more and it's very well worth the money .
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