Victor Vran is an isometric Action-RPG with a massive selection of weapons, items, outfits, demon powers and destiny cards. Experience intense combat action with dozens of enemies attacking you from all sides and unleash powerful skills to finish them off!Read full description
"Sure, even middling ARPGs are almost always fun for an hour or so, but Victor Vran will keep you hitting stuff and collecting loot for a lot longer than you might expect." - Eurogamer
Victor Vran is an isometric Action-RPG with a massive selection of weapons, items, outfits, demon powers and destiny cards. Experience intense combat action with dozens of enemies attacking you from all sides and unleash powerful skills to finish them off!
Victor Vran lets you decide how to play the game. Forge your own personal version of Victor thanks to a vast array of powerful weapons, game-changing outfits, wicked demon powers and destiny cards. Use special moves, combine skills and weapons to wipe out hordes of hideous beasts and clever boss monsters.
Slaying demons doesn’t have to be a lonely affair – team up with friends online and explore the story of the dark world together in a full co-op experience.
Dynamic action – dive down on enemies, dodge attacks and stand against hordes of monsters
Extensive character development – choose your weapons, items, outfits, destiny cards and demon powers to create your ultimate monster-slaying build
Invite friends to defeat a vile monster or fight alongside players from all over the world. Do you want to find out who is more powerful? Try out the PvP Arena.
Randomly generated items in addition to the hand-crafted ones. Improve every item to perfection by using transmutation.
Huge variety in monster behavior
Customize your difficulty with cursed hex items
Xbox controller support
Development will not end with the release. We will continue to improve and update Victor Vran with free features and content. Here is what you can expect in the near future:
The free Tome of Souls DLC will introduce a brand new weapon type that unlocks new active abilities and a spellcaster playstyle. Of course, there will be legendary tomes of forbidden words and endless power, such as The Nekonomicon and Fifty Shades of Slay.
The free Highlander Outfit DLC will open even more character build options and an exciting new look for the title character.
The free Cauldron of Chaos DLC will add a huge new map which will offer a randomized layout, encounters and daily challenges.
A Local Coop multiplayer mode will allow two players to play together on the same system.
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This game is more casual then most rpgs. Instead of being locked into skills and stats I choose as I level my stats are tied to my equipment. Which I can change out for anything I have in my inventory or that is in the shared stash. Skill are tied to items. Stats don't really exist. The items do drop with higher/different stats as I progress in the game. Very interesting game. Haven't really played anything that I can say is exactly like it. Very much worth playing. Casual gamer friendly yet can easily handle the hardcore gamers needs as well.
Blessed with fun combat, great ambiance and large level design, it is cursed with mediocre voice acting, been-there-done-that story and an overly generous loot system (hello, clogged inventory). Four-player coop and a detailed challenge system are welcome additions. Worth a purchase at 66% off or more. Total size on my hard-drive: 4.3 GB + Large level design. While there are a few smaller levels that house challenge bosses, most are large and spacious, with secrets hidden everywhere. One of the best features of Victor Vran. + Good level of challenge. New areas are difficult, and after leveling and becoming OP, activate different hexes (Hex of Pain reduces Victor Vran?s health over time, Hex of Time speeds enemies, and so on) for additional challenge and greater rewards. + Nice graphics. Won?t knock your socks off, but the level of detail (especially in the city levels) is excellent. + Smooth and stable. Not a single crash or hang in 24 hours of gameplay. + Good choice of weapons. Shotguns, lightning guns, swords, rapiers, scythes, hammers, spell books. Each type of weapon can be found with a large number of different specializations ? which bring their own buffs and debuffs. + The card-based skills system. Victor can equip of number of cards for passive combat bonuses. There are over a dozen varieties, and again each can be had in a number specializations. One of my favorites was ?The Moon? card, which, when equipped, grants an ice-explosion when Victor lands a critical hit. Another good one is the ?Blademaster? card, which adds over-drive at a faster rate and grants health-regen on crit with swords. Each card is available in a number of levels as well; Levels 1 through 4 were most common, but I did loot a Level 8 card (yes, the bonuses were massive!). There is limited number of points available to equip cards, though, and each level counts as a point; equipping four Level 4 cards isn?t possible when the point limit is less than 16 (the point limit increases as Victor levels up), forcing a continual mix-and-match of available cards in search of the best build. + Nicely ambient soundtrack. + Four-player coop. Drop-in / drop-out works well. The large levels work well with four players. + You can trade items with a demon named Geban. 10/10 would trade with Geban again. +/- Demon powers. There are about a dozen to choose from, but their usefulness is limited because their use requires over-drive. It can take a while for the over-drive bar to fill in the early stages. Certain weapons and cards can boost the charge rate, making them more useful. Then there are other cards that provide bonuses only if the over-drive bar is full ? rendering demon powers useless, because emptying the over-drive bar by using a demon power would deactivate the bonus. +/- Bosses are nicely placed and paced, but don?t require any special tactics to defeat. +/- Someone made a pact with a demon and now the kingdom has to pay when the demons come to collect on the debt. There. That?s the story. +/- Victor Vran is voiced by the same actor who provides the English-language voice of Geralt in the Witcher games (Doug Cockle). Victor is a near carbon-copy of Geralt. I?m not sure if Cockle was told to do this, or if this is the limit of his skills as a voice actor. Other voice actors are good, but not special. +/- Too much loot. There are several different ways to sort it, but even for a loot-based game, there is a ton of loot. There is no limit on inventory space, though, so the primary issue is managing it. +/- + Leveling gear. Most things can be leveled using Transmutation in the hub. Weapons, cards, powers. The outcome is completely RNG, though (unlike in Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel where using Moonstone in the weapon grinder would guarantee an increase in rarity. Nothing like that here). - Some area challenges are impossible to complete unless massively over-leveled or playing online with other players. The online mode had about a dozen players active in it every time I started the game, so not an impossible task. - Some level challenges are mutually exclusive, meaning you are expected to re-play levels. - Some grinding for better gear required if soloing. No worse than in Borderlands, but expect it. - Armor is tied to outfits, which are only awarded via chests and level-up bonuses. That means the best plan is to kill the enemies fast and have a good stock of potions on hand. Worry about armor later. There are passive bonuses which can help. Overall, the looting, combat and level design are the most attractive features of Victor Vran, but unless grinding and completing challenges for loot is why you play games (not that there?s anything wrong with either!), you could get bored with it quickly. A good effort by developer Haemimont with franchise potential. Hopefully, future installments will showcase refinements of some great core systems.
+ Nice design and style. Nothing to complain about. Locations look beautiful, dark and gothic places. The color scheme matched perfectly. The design of enemies and other NPCs is also very good and nice looking. It is evident that the artists really try and work with love. + A variety of weapons. The game has a total of 8 types of weapons: 4 melee and 4 long-range. And each of them is unique. Everyone has a normal attack, and 2 special ones. So you have 8 different tactics to fight with the enemies. + Cards of Destiny. Something like passive skills. Tthey give different bonuses and allow you to build a variety of builds. + Very cool voice and music. - But sometimes may be boring.
Victor Vran is an Action RPG in which we play Victor Vran. He's a demon hunter and thus killing monsters is the whole concept of the game. Funny Fact : Victor's voice actor is non other than Doug Cockle who is most known for the role of another monster hunter called Geralt (The Witcher). Like all Hack'n Slash games, Victor Vran makes you explore dark dungeons ans kill hundred of foes. You will search for better equipment and will earn experience points that will make your character deadlier. However, Victor Vran has some unique gameplay features. You see, like Dante from Devil May Cry, Victor is pretty agile. In fact, you can roll, jump, wall jump to your heart's content in this game! These elements make the combats much more appealing and fun. It's fun game with just enough originality to be very interesting.
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