Victor Vran – PC Review

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It fills the void of the disappointment that was Diablo 3.

The game has a very dynamic combat system that is – in my opinion – superior to Diablo 3. In D3 it always felt like “I am doing DPS to the enemies”. Here, it feels like “I am slashing the enemies with a sword”.
Each weapon requires a different playstyle – it’s not like “The rapier is like the sword, but it’s faster and does less damage”.

There are many clever secrets that hit the right spot of being “fun to find”, but not “too tedious to find”.

In terms of humor: it’s hit-or-miss, but at least there’s a lot of it. There is a soldier called Stash. Private Stash. He manages your… private… stash. So yeah, lots of dadjokes. If you like that sort of thing, you’ll have a great time.

The story could’ve had a bit more to it, but I suppose the money runs out quickly when you hire Geralt of Rivia to voice the main character 🙂 It still has its moments, but this is more of a gameplay-driven experience.

I’ve spent 10 hours on the game so far, and I plan to 100% complete it.

Verdict: 80/100

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