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Devil’s Hunt

Based on the original novel by Paweł Leśniak, “Equilibrium”, this third-person action game resurrects the everlasting fight between light and darkness, as a full-fledged war between Angels and Demons seems imminent and our world is the proposed battleground. You play as Desmond, once a bon vivant son of a rich entrepreneur. Desmond’s life has been drawn into a sequence of unfortunate events that have led him to lose most of his humanity. Making a deal with the devil, Desmond gains demonic powers, becoming the hell’s executor. He is both the destroyer and the savior, with his human part gradually deteriorating as his hunger for vengeance grows. He fights fiercely with his fists and claws, making use of the skills offered by his demonic and human side. Passing through the gates of hell and back, he will eventually have to decide about his impact on the future of humanity. Fast-paced combat - Punch, slash, and kick your way through the armies of demons and angels in Devil’s Hunt hack ‘n slash battles. Change forms – Unleash your inner demon by flipping between Desmond‘s human and infernal form. Choose between 3 different fighting schools to conquer each challenge your way! Story based on ‘Equilibrium’ – Devil’s Hunt is based on the Polish novel series and its story is told through cinematic cutscenes.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

Pretty neat ideas with rough execution, still enjoyable nontheless. Get it on steep discount.

Review from Steam

This game was neither heaven or hell. It crashed 4 times through the entire campaign. The developers countered this with frequent check points.
Great environmental art. Unreal Engine 4 looks good.
There was one "real" fight in game. The rest are straight-forward if you cycle your abilities.

Review from Steam

Yes, I really recommend this game. Very awesome story that is WOW. The game play is a little kinda liniar but not bad. Some good features of the game are those options where you can see all chapters with the hole story in there and most of all is the characters information with pictures I really like this feature.

Review from Steam

Combat feels clonky, movement requires abit of optimalization, so does entire game, interactions and story are so straight forward, that you have no choices, our protagonist is not only looking like Remi Malek, but acting as if he is a big shot in everything, while not understanding a thing, concept of entire game is not bad, but execution, presentation, introduction, character development and scenery is off by a bollywood mile, image of hell was interesting, but since amount of enemies is limited and repeative, it becomes too simple in no time, not to mention that there were holes in the story from my point of view. Last boss felt like biggest push over of entire game, while he was supposed to be the most powerful.
But since game was heading in direction of story that i wanted i have to say that it was not unplayable.