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Vampyr
It doesn’t suck
Vampyr is a 3rd person action adventure rpg where you play as Dr Johnathan Reid.Youre dead. Well. Youre undead.Youre a vampire. Things happen that set you out to get answers and to save early 1900s London which is where this game is set…During the 1918 spanish flu…The game takes place in an open world with vampyr hunters crawling the streets, youre given

Vampyr
It doesn’t suck
Vampyr is a 3rd person action adventure rpg where you play as Dr Johnathan Reid.
Youre dead. Well. Youre undead.
Youre a vampire. Things happen that set you out to get answers and to save early 1900s London which is where this game is set…
During the 1918 spanish flu…
The game takes place in an open world with vampyr hunters crawling the streets, youre given tasks and markers on the map, and you spend the games 13 hour long campaign going from place to place, at first gathering materials for the hospital that takes you in.. in between all of these areas are of course enemies wanting you dead.. lucky for you youre a vampire… you have a skill tree that you dump your experience into that’s earned off of these enemies and that you get from completing quests and sidequests…
and at the end of these missions theres usually a giant boss to take down, test out your skills, switching between one handed and two handed weapons, stunning enemies so you can bite them and drain their blood which allows you use the moves you’ve unlocked in your skill tree that not onlky need blood but run on a cool down as well.. and then the rest of the game youre investigating and gathering information..
I guess you could say.. youre londons batman…
this is when the game really starts to come to life.. you gather hints from characters that will unlock new dialog options of other charcters and you can go back and forther gathering info on the location of a person youre searching for…. But more importantly this is where the whole you being a vampire thing comes into play…
you can play this game as a good vampire, controlling your thirst for blood.. or you caun be like me.. a naughty vampire.. sucking all that blood. If you see someone out there looking like a snack.. they can be..
you can mesmerize characters, bring them into the shadows and drain them of their delicious blood, granting you a massive xp reward.. youre rewarded for being bad in that you can afford more skills, you become a more powerful vampire, thus the game is easier for you…
but by doing so chaos will break loose in the territories t hat you take too much life from.. and this is where I had the most fun.. in the role playing of a vampire.. of getting my victims to invite me inside and little do they know im just a little thirsty…
But now comes the tough love,
Vampyr is essentially a mid life cycle ps3 game.
There are so many mistakes made in this open world that just make this game painful.
for starters there is no fast travel.
there are hideouts spread all of this map where you can rest to spend your xp, refill your ammo, upgrade the weapons you find in the world.. but you cant travel to a single one of them…
and its not like the game slowly moves you along the map, no.. these missions will have you running back and forth across this world constantly…
this is made worse by the annoying decision to lock every single gate in the game.. you can just run from territory to territory, because theyre going to put a gat in the middle of the street that if you didn’t unlock from the otherside 7 hour ago, youre gonna have to run all the way around the map again.. dealing with other locked gates and paths…
but a las it gets worse…
its not as simple as running from one place to another there are enemies all over the place and you cant interact with unlocked gate while enemies are around.. forcing you to have to engage in combat before moving forward..
but it somehow gets worse…
the combat here is sluggish slow and unfun, special attacks use way too much blood for how little damage they do, and to get more blood you have to do enough stun damage for an enemy to be vulnerable to be bitten… fights just drag on forever.. im a vampire.. I want to feel like some untouchable god when im dealing with these hunters and vampire rejects in the streets…
the only time the combat is fun is during boss battles.. boss battles are addictive and challenging.. forcing me to strategize.. its like the combat was made only with boss battles in mind and the street enemies weren’t balanced… fighting them isn’t fun.. theyre a nussiance.. it’s a chore
BUT. IT. GETS. WORSE.
youre not even rewarded for dealing with these garbage encounters
These annoying enemies crawling all over the place only gain you 5 to 15 xp each.
Higher level upgrades cost about 2000 xp each.
That means you have to kill 130 to 400 for one single upgrade….
I don’t know how this ridiculous unbalanced in risk reward was overlooked but it was..
These enemies are far too much of a threat for you to need to kill 400 of them for an upgrade.
Get out of here.
That being said vampyr is still a good game.. I enjoyed the game, its currently one of my top 20 games of 2018 so far.
Im just baffiled at the ps3 era mistakes made in a 2018 game
thankfully The story, the world, and the roleplaying save this game..


































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Developer: DONTNOD Entertainment

Publisher: Focus Home Interactive

Release Date: 4 Jun, 2018

Genre: RPG, Action, Open World, Horror, Adventure, Nudity

Minimum:

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7/8/10 (64 bits)
  • Processor: Intel Core i3-2130 (3.4 GHz)/AMD FX-4100 (3.6 GHz)
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 2 GB, GeForce GTX 1050 (Legacy GPU: GeForce GTX 660) / Radeon R7 370
  • Storage: 20 GB available space

Recommended:

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7/8/10 (64 bits)
  • Processor: Intel Core i7-3930K (3.2 GHz)/AMD Ryzen 5 1600 (3.2 GHz)
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 4 GB, GeForce GeForce GTX 970 / GTX 1060 / Radeon R9 390
  • Storage: 20 GB available space