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Hunted: The Demon's Forge (Xbox 360)

Platform : Xbox 360
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3.7 out of 5 stars 37 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 15 years and over Suitable for 15 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 15. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 15 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B003NSBMEE
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 13.6 x 1.6 cm ; 100 g
  • Release Date: 3 Jun. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 13,361 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
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Powered by the Unreal 3 engine, Hunted The Demon's Forge is a fresh take on the classic fantasy game that delivers the intensity and action of a modern-day shooter. Taking control of either E'lara, a ranged weapon expert, or Caddoc, a master swordsman, you and your partner will descend into a dark and foreboding world for an unforgettable cooperative experience. As you travel deep within the world of Kala Moor, you will use a variety of deadly weapons, powerful spells, and cover tactics to face down wave after wave of vicious enemies. It will take the combined efforts of two great warriors to explore menacing dungeons, overgrown ruins, and downtrodden towns ... and discover the secrets of the Demon's Forge.

  • An Unreal Dark Fantasy: Powered by the Unreal 3 engine, the dark world of Hunted comes to life as a third-person fantasy game with the intensity and action of a modern-day shooter. Hunted boasts stunning visuals with breath-taking vistas
  • Co-op at a Distance: Combine E'lara's ranged attacks with Caddoc's melee expertise to pull off gruesome co-op kill moves, perform special attacks, and heal one another from anywhere on the battlefield. The characters' differing combat expertise allows a player's strategy to vary from one play through to the next.
  • Descend into Dungeon Depths: Work with your co-op partner to discover hidden paths and solve the devious puzzles that block your way. Explore menacing dungeons, overgrown ruins, and terrorized towns to discover treasure and powerful upgrades.
  • Two Ways to Fight: Wade into the thick of the fight using deadly melee skills, or tactically use cover to dispatch hordes of creatures with bows and spells. Use powerful magic to boost your partner's combat effectiveness and even the odds against increasingly formidable enemies.
  • Manufacturer's Description

    Powered by the Unreal 3 engine, Hunted: The Demon’s Forge is a fresh take on the classic fantasy game that delivers the intensity and action of a modern-day shooter. Taking control of either E’lara, a ranged weapon expert, or Caddoc, a master swordsman, you and your partner will descend into a dark and foreboding world for an unforgettable cooperative experience. As you travel deep within the world of Kala Moor, you will use a variety of deadly weapons, powerful spells, and cover tactics to face down wave after wave of vicious enemies. It will take the combined efforts of two great warriors to explore menacing dungeons, overgrown ruins, and downtrodden towns … and discover the secrets of the Demon’s Forge.

    Features:

    • An Unreal Dark Fantasy: Powered by the Unreal 3 engine, the dark world of Hunted comes to life as a third-person fantasy game with the intensity and action of a modern-day shooter. Hunted boasts stunning visuals with breath-taking vistas and foreboding underground worlds.
    • Co-op at a Distance: Combine E’lara’s ranged attacks with Caddoc’s melee expertise to pull off gruesome co-op kill moves, perform special attacks, and heal one another from anywhere on the battlefield. The characters’ differing combat expertise allows a player’s strategy to vary from one play through to the next.
    • Descend into Dungeon Depths: Work with your co-op partner to discover hidden paths and solve the devious puzzles that block your way. Explore menacing dungeons, overgrown ruins, and terrorized towns to discover treasure and powerful upgrades.
    • Two Ways to Fight: Wade into the thick of the fight using deadly melee skills, or tactically use cover to dispatch hordes of creatures with bows and spells. Use powerful magic to boost your partner’s combat effectiveness and even the odds against increasingly formidable enemies.
    • Forge Your Own Levels: Create and share your own challenging dungeon designs with The Crucible, a powerful in-game editor that provides endless opportunities for exploration and battles for you and your friends.


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Co-op would be better with vertical split screen
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This game has had a pasting in the reviews so far, and after reading them just after buying the game i was worried i had got a crappy game ahead of me. BUT I WAS WRONG. Swords and sorcery games often get bad reviews before they have even being played

best of all.....A lenghy game in this day and age!! who would think such a thing. You can play call of duty 3 times or play this.

Gameplay (golden axe without a dwarf)

The gameplay is pretty fun especailly with another person, The gameplay mixes between gears of war type shootouts with cover and close up sword play. The two mixes well and me and my brother have had hours of fun of keeping each other alive. Usualy i would kill people with the bow while he kept anybody i missed from getting to me or he would go all Leroy Jenkins and run in while i coverd him from a distance. The gameplay changes from combat to tomb raider style puzzel solving and exploration, these areas are usualy optional and can be easily missed so keep an eye out. The sword combat is nothing new but its not bad, the usual light and heavy attack with blocking. ALthough a hell of alot better than fables boring combat system. There is also 6 magic powers for each character that are upgradable.

graphics (4.5 ign?? what the hell)

The graphics arnt amazing, but they are good, i have seen ALOT worse. The enviroments are a little dark when in caves and dungouns but they are dark places so it makes sence. The character models are pretty good especailly for the two playable characters, they get blood splatterd on them during fights, black vains appear for a while if you drink this potion type stuff that makes you stronger.
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The game was well put together; interesting storyline from the offset but still a button masher of a game. Not enough RPG to satisfy that aspect of the gameplay and a 'business as usual' approach to the combat mechanics. I've come to the conclusion that third-person sword and sorcery games are not my thing.

I have given some thought at how the melee mechanics can be improved but I strongly suspect that the market for these games love the button mashing hack and slash mechanics.

Anyway if button mashing hack and slash is what you are after then not a bad game. I have seen much worse. What I would dearly like to see is some one to come up with the light-wieght RPG approach of Mass Effect with its emphasis on character personalisation and character interaction and mix it with something like Operation Flashpoint's approach to real world physics and gameplay mechanics. But that is not going to happen - I suspect that there is simply not the market for it.
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I was looking forward to this game, particularly the split screen co-op, but to be honest, try as I might, I can't help but be disappointed, and annoyed with the producers for offering a game so full of glitches in this day and age.Most annoying is the save points. Having seemingly passed valid automatic save points and travelled some distance, when we reloade the next day we found ourselves back at the beginning of the chapter.
Enemies are hard to spot at a distance and tend to jerk around a lot, and the cover system is poor, as is reviving your ally. Unless you are in the right spot you cannot throw a regen, and frustratingly have to step around them repeatedly to trigger the event, usually whilst in battle.
I would love it to be a great game, but unfortunately it is little more than adequate.But this is just my opinion.
Too glitchy by far. Definately try before you buy.
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I dont usually write reviews, but while scrollin through games, I looked at this and thought why not.

At firt look, it doesnt really have much going for it. Graphics that should have stayed on the ps2 (Ok, thats a bit harsh, maybe a very powerfull ps2), and at times, clunky animations. But still, if you give it just a little time, it is a game worth playing. The co-op play, is tons of fun and the way this game makes you work together is just incredible. You really cant survive unless the other one is helping, always back to back and giving each other cover fire while the other chops away enemies. And there are secret areas that you can find, which will take the both of you to work together to find and unlock, usually not that hard but can take some effort for sure, and its usually worth it cuz you get a dragon tear ( you collect enough of them and your character will unlock things like extra potion slots or beable to carry a 2nd main weopon) and somtimes even wpecial weapons.

This is a very interesting mix of an medieval RPG and an FPS, Its got and RPG sort of feel to it, but in combat, you will be rolling around and sliding behind cover, waiting for an opportunity to quickly peek out and let some arrows fly and advance (depending who/how you play. Throw in some magic and you cant go wronge!

The game can be played by it self too, although definatly not as fun (you can see it was made for 2 people), it works. Just have an AI where the I stands for Idiot. And the story, is for sure not the best or the real highlight of the game, at least it is there.

One thing I love are the characters, they work perfectly together, and since its a co-op game with those two, thats a big plus. The girl has a real attitude while the guy is just being sarcastic, and..
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