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The game is set on the Irish coast and it is around the year 1923 where a World War veteran visits his friend. The siblings of the friend have died, but, certainly, they have not left the worldly life. The game is all about how the main character tries to meet his friend after fighting against the cursed siblings.

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One of the most striking features of a good horror-based game is a good plot. The storyline of the game should be very engaging otherwise the game will just be filled with jumpscares all over. If the game is having a lot of jump-scares at random places, then it makes it very repetitive and only gets boring over time. Instead, when the jumpscares are placed at strategic points, it makes the game very enjoyable.

From all of the things listed above, one could see that the most engaging storyline of the game is what made the audience get glued to wait for hours together. The game development team keeps working on a lot of features to make the games, even more, engaging in nature.

Note: This Early Access game is not complete and may or may not change further. If you are not excited to play this game in its current state, then youshould wait to see if the game progresses further in development. Learn more

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Kura5 is a non-canonical fan game for the Boktai series and it's successor, Lunar Knights. It's neither a full remake nor a sequel, but a remix of both familiar Boktai staples and new elements that seek to recreate the magic that we all loved from the series. Kura5's weather system knows where you are in the real world, so there's no need for a solar sensor. In-game events may even play out differently depending on if you play in darkness or in light... And that's just the start!

I really enjoyed this game. I like that there are some differences between the path of light, path of twilight, and path of night. The hijincks in chapter 2 were especially fun, but I also like the story throughout the game. Can't wait to see what happens in chapter 5!

welp i almost beat it all night chap 4, uh there are something i found a combat glitch if you stand too close to the some enemies you get stuck in stun lock which is really hard to break out of beyond dying and switching to the other character, and 3 out of combat glitches 1. in town after chapter 3 sometimes when you switch you get sent inside the shop, 2. sometimes in the chapter 4 secret hallway sometimes the loading zone doesn't see you, and 3. in the area where you freeze the lake, the elemental box doesn't have the best hit register when in the water, still amazing game like i never expected to hear of a boktai fan game back when this first came out you and your team rock, thank you for everything and whatever else comes out

This is *amazing*. I defeated the first immortal playing at night. I really like the idea of the dark piledriver, instead of just being forced to play the game during the day to beat them.The style of the game is impeccable. It brings me straight back to the Boktai games in all the best ways. It also feels like you brought in the best elements of Lunar Knights without any of the garbage.

Finished this demo in 2 parts. A very enjoyable experience. The WeatherSync system is a welcome addition to the Sun Sensor of the original Boktai series. If you played Boktai or Lunar Knights then this game will take you back to those times. Even if you haven't this game plays like a game made back in the 2000's Excellent work

Thank you so so much for making this. I only recently found out about Boktai and I beat the first game last night; part of me felt a bit sad that there are only 4 games out there, but then I came across this project and I felt really excited to know that somebody is continuing to breathe life into this underrated franchise. I look forward to finishing the other 3 games and playing this as a final hurrah. Best of luck!

Hmm some other random tangents... I had some problems swapping lenses when using my 360 controller's analog stick; presumably because it was accepting extra inputs or something when I moved the stick a direction and it just kept rolling over my desired lens. I was able to avoid this by either making reaaaally delicate stick inputs, or by just using the DPad for lens swappings. Something could prob be done about that. ALTHO I just now realized this issue seemingly doesn't exist if you play the game on Fastest with the lower framerate; so the FPS being increased on higher settings seems to be the prob

Games are not usually the haunts of natural storytellers. Even the greatest titles suffer from conventional plots with little character development - Half-Life being a prime example. Deus Ex developed a multi-layered narrative, but it still relied too much on mission-based gameplay and traditional sci-fi paranoia. The only successful attempt in recent memory is Planescape: Torment, but then that was almost an interactive novel, so important was the written word in driving the game forward.

Clive Barker's inclusion in the title is slightly deceptive. Most of the story to the game was already in place when he joined the project, but his involvement has meant that Undying has become a much more sophisticated beast, with a strong main character and a more developed plot than your average game. The vision is much closer to Edgar Allan Poe and HP Lovecraftthan anything Barker has ever produced (indeed, some of his suggestions were deemed too outlandish and perverse for a mainstream audience) and is a pretty close approximation of what the two writers would havecome up with had they teamed up to create a first-person horror game - though there would surely have been a few more characters in love with their terminally ill 14-year-old cousins. The tone is close to that of Realms Of The Haunting, bringing to mind that early 20th century demonic evil personified by Aleister Crowley.

You play the part of Patrick Galloway, an investigator into the supernatural who travels to Ireland to help an old war buddy, Jeremiah Covenant. The Covenant estate has fallen under some sort of curse - most of Jeremiah's brothers and sisters are dead and strange creatures roam the mansion and its surroundings. All of this is connected to a nearby medieval monastery where monks have carried out rites that let an unspeakable evil into the human realm. You learn more about this past and about the thoughts and fears of the Covenant family through diaries and letters you find scattered about; these also help imbue Undying with a sense of history. The past inhabits the present, while your own actions aim to retread the footsteps of those who have gone before you. The house in which the first section of the game takes place is a typical gothic mansion, its shadow hanging over the lives of everyone concerned. So much for Edgar Allen Poe's contribution. Lovecraft's influence is easily felt in the lurking horrors that have invaded this world from other dimensions.

The tone is set by the marvellous presentation, which includes some suitably Carmina Burana-ish music and some good voice acting (despite a couple of slightly dodgy Irish accents). Graphically it's nothing less than stunning, making great use of the highly-tweaked Unreal engine and offering a staggering amount of visual detail. The drawback to this is that there are far too many loading delays - particularly in the early stages of the game -which disrupt the pace of the game and can become quite exasperating. The architecture and interior decoration are breathtaking throughout, and you will want to explore every corner of the massive mansion. The fine detail doesn't quite extend to the servants though, who all look remarkably similar to one another, alive or dead. Later levels feature more wide open areas, which thankfully reduces loading times.One thing does remain constant, though. You'll be petrified all the way.

The ambience is always tense, balancing a controlled sense of dread with the presence of creatures who jump at you from dark corners. You can always hear them before you can see them, thanks to Undyincfs use of sound, which is on a par with anything we've encountered before. The air crackles with the sound of the weather, while the unobtrusive music, tbe distant howl of monsters, the creaking of floorboards, even the breathing of a nearby creature all contribute to your apprehension. Then, when you're attacked - and this is one of the game's many great touches - your screen is physically affected, jolting your vision and tearing streaks of blood that last a few seconds, long enough to throw you off balance and make you panic. It's subtly and effectively done and every bit as frightening as getting attacked by aliens in AvP. You'll often find yourself recoiling from the monitor as creatures hurl themselves at you, leaving you desperately trying to find the controls to aim for their heads instead of firing wildly around them (damage is localised, so a well-placed shot can kill). I lost count of the number of times I jumped back in my seat and let out an embarrassingly girlish scream of terror.

Another unsettling, and highly original device, is the way you can sometimes peer into past horrors. As you progress through the game you acquire a number of spells. One of these (Scrye) allows you to see in the dark, and allows you to witness moments in the past. When you reach an appropriate area a ghostly voice reverberates in your head inviting you to look around. Harmless walls suddenly become covered in bloody handprints and awful -and sometimes helpful - scenes are re-enacted, telling you the story without having to resort to words. It's just like The Shining. 041b061a72


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