Hellgate: London Crack + Activation Code

Hellgate: London Set twenty-five years in the future, Hellgate: London introduces a world devastated by a demon invasion and a desolate city scorched by hellfire where mankind has gone underground to survive. Among them are the Templar, an archaic and secret society that foresaw this demonic apocalypse centuries ago. Followers of arcane rites, the Templar combine futuristic technology with ancient artifacts to forge powerful weapons and armor. The mystic sanctuary of the Underground system provides players safe conduct throughout the sprawling metropolis of London as they seek to preserve the bloodline of man and gain a foothold against the minions of darkness. Hellgate: London combines the depth of role-playing games and action of first-person titles, while offering infinite playability with randomly created levels, items, and events. The player creates a heroic character, completes quests, and battles through innumerable hordes of demons to advance through experience levels and branching skill paths. A robust, flexible skill and spell system, highly customizable appearances, and a massive variety of randomly generated equipment allow players to create their own unique hero. [Namco]
Download Hellgate: London Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 72 / 100
User rating
6.4
Downloads 4122
Genre Role-Playing, First-Person, Western-Style
Players Massively Multiplayer
Company / Developer
EA Games / Flagship Studios
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Hellgate: London reviews ( 5 )

RobertB., Oct 31, 2007

All its minor flaws aside, Hellgate: London is still the action RPG I've been waiting for all my life. FINALLY, exciting, fast paced, twitch-based gameplay WITH character development and a good storyline. Very few games have all these things. The people that complain about the graphics are people who base graphics entirely on bloom and polygon-count. The graphics are still beautiful (especially with DirectX10), but what really shines is the art direction. The monsters and landscapes are original and gorgeous, and that's what I look for when I'm rating the graphics of a game. Hellgate could replace any MMORPG out there in a heartbeat for me. I'm sick of targeting, hitting one or two buttons, and waiting. I'm going to London. =P

WalkerP., Nov 5, 2007

In all honesty, even as a Diablo 2 fan, there is nothing this game is other than average - and possibly not even that. It is ultra-repetitive, the random level designs are a joke, the classes are terribly unbalanced (some allowing you to go through the game without getting hit), the graphics feel unpolished and weak considering it's the year 2007, and the story? What story? There is none. $10 a month is a complete sham. I don't understand why people keep comparing this game to WoW or any other MMORPG - it's not that type of game. It's a poor-man's Diablo 2 (which was released many years ago) and a mix of FPS, RPG, Hack N' Slash which fails to capture any of the genres it mixes well. The only reason I say it's not a 5 is because some Diablo 2 dreamers may like this game. I don't.

CaseyC., Nov 5, 2007

Game has some entertainment value, but is marred by bugs like memory leaks and items disappearing. These are not minor issues, especially considering they were known bugs from the beta, not new things that just popped up when the game went live. When the game works it is fairly entertaining, but nothing really special. Kind of like a first person shooter with unlimited ammo, no rag doll physics, no real player based aiming. Collecting loot and leveling is always fun, but there are other games that do this much better. I certainly could not imagine paying for the subscription. My advice is to wait for the game to be patched up and then check it out if you are dead set on wanting it.

DavidL., Nov 14, 2007

As a beta 1 year from release it's pretty good. As a retail version costing box, subscription, and in game advertisements, the game is a shameful scam to get your money without delivering much. Bugs abound. The story line and content are paper thin, shallow as a puddle. You can play through it in a week and be done with it. The conveniences that make a game playable aren

DeckardC., Oct 31, 2007

This game was a major disappointment to me. The randomized maps are a good idea, but for some reason seem repetative after a short while. The interface is not very good compared to most other games of this type, including WoW, Guild Wars, Titan Quest, and even Diablo 2. The game is trying to be an action RPG, instance-based non-MMO mutiplayer game, and an FPS all at the same time, and the combination just does not work very well. Instead of this mish-mash, I would rather play a real MMO like WoW, a real action RPG like Titan Quest, Sacred, or Diablo 2, or a real FPS like Unreal Tournament 3 or Battlefield 2 / 2142. The subscription fee for the "elite" content is also a major rip-off. Guild Wars contains everything that HGL does, and there is no subscription fee.