The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Final Cut Crack/Patch

The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Final Cut The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Final Cut is an Action-RPG set in a gothic-steampunk world filled with monsters, weird science, humor and pop-cultural references. With more than 50 hours in the campaign, several multiplayer modes and massive endgame content, Van Helsing: Final Cut will grant players entertainment, excitement and fun for a very long time.

Download The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Final Cut Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 81 / 100
User rating
7.6
Downloads 901
Genre Role-Playing, Action RPG
Company / Developer
NeocoreGames / NeocoreGames

The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Final Cut reviews ( 5 )

BossZW, Nov 14, 2015

To all fans of hack and slash games: don't miss this one. I fear this game won't get the attention it deserves, but I really hope I'm wrong, as this game shines where many hack and slash nowadays are so often bland and boring. I'll go as far as to say that this game has a soul… something you can’t put your finger on, but that will keep you playing and enjoying the experience from the beginning to the end. I first want to applaud Neocore Games for this revamped edition, enhancing almost every aspect of the previous entries. While the first releases were kind of rough gems, this final cut now renders everything more accessible, from the difficulty, to the various classes and skill trees. There’s a lot to like about this game, from the steampunk setting, to the quality of the audio and voices of the main protagonists, to the high number of hiddens that can be found for those willing to pay attention to conversations and to explore the environment. While hack and slash games are mostly about mindless killing and loot, the incredible adventures of Van Helsing do try to bring fresh and enjoyable elements on the table. Many skills are available and almost any build can be viable, while all of them can be changed easily if your choices leave you insatisfied. One key point of the game lie in the interaction and cooperation between Van Helsing and his ghostly companion, lady Katarina, which you can level up too, as you see fit. Their conversations are often funny, while never trying too much to be. From the tower defense parts to the optional quests, a lot of care has been taken into the differents parts of the game and into details. I highly recommend anyone loving the genre to give it a try. As for now, the bugs I personally encountered have been fixed so far and Neocore games support has been fast and helpful when needed. There are still balance issues between classes, but nothing that should keep your from enjoying a great and quite unique action rpg.

Borreh1973, Nov 9, 2015

I played 3 separate games and now I'm excited about the start of this new compiled version. After playing 28 hours using two different characters I write this criticism to praise the work of developers. Everything is improved. Character classes that are available are sufficient to achieve plenty of adventures in the game. The skill tree is efficient and clear. If you fail there are always return options. The growth of the degree of difficulty between levels may require some adjustments for improved balance. There are jumps between current levels (big jumps, a canyon). Each level can show power and strength of opponents no comparison to the level of the character. If you change the difficulty of the game, imbalance reverses. We are ant on a level of the game and are giants choose one below. This is annoying. But it does not end with the proposal of the game. Only this needs adjustments. Graphics are very good. Environments load time is fast. I have no problem with online system. There may be, but I played around 30 hours and have not seen happen problems with the online system. Although, I played very little multiplayer to speak of it for sure. My view is directly to the gameplay alone. For this, the game is fully satisfying and fun as it was the first play of the series. I liked it and recommend it.

CoolDadTx, Jan 22, 2016

Nice little ARPG. I wish they had made it so if you had already played 1 & 2 you didn't have to replay them again. But the game isn't that long such that it couldn't be beaten in a couple of days. Overall the elements are standard fair. The leveling is particularly fast even at later levels. The reputation system seems underdeveloped though as I was only around 10 even though I beat everything. This makes the perks pretty much useless. Most encounters are OK provided you choose the right character. But most bosses tended to 1-hit key you because of the lackluster approach to health regen. They also tended to spawn enemies continuously. You pretty much need a "heal on hit" to survive. Overall though not a difficult game.

Fra-k, Nov 7, 2015

It's great that it's free for all trilogy owner, with a brand new endgame and a ton of content...BUT: -delayed 2 times -bugs with redeem keycode -bugs with windows 10 -bugs with multiplayer -small community so there is no theorycrafting, no open matches Well, i appreciate that this 3rd time it has gone live, but maybe it's still a sort of a beta. Wait and see if it gets fixed. It's promising, though

deskrit, Aug 11, 2016

Mouse and keyboard are completely disabled if a gamepad is connected. This game was released in 2015. Let me retype that, so you are clear. Mouse and keyboard are completely disabled if a gamepad is connected. In a game released in 2015. The only way to re-enable is to use your gamepad to access the options menu. A deal breaker for your basic 360 plugged into a USB port, but for someone with a bluetooth PS3 controller, its beyond a deal breaker. This game was a gift, or I would have steam refunded it immediately. Intolerable.