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Sure, even middling ARPGs are almost always fun for an hour or so, but Victor Vran will keep you hitting stuff and collecting loot for a lot longer than you might expect.
A limp story and weak jokes are worth putting up with for Victor Vran's great combat system.
Victor Vran treads familiar ground, bringing exciting combat to an overall sufficient action RPG.
Victor Vran shows that Haemimont Games have more in their arsenal than just city building with dictators. As far as Diablo clones go, it isn't of the same calibre as Path of Exile due to its rather simplistic nature and the overabundance of the six primary enemy types, but it does feature some neat gameplay twists of its own. It's worth a look if you are starved of action RPGs, with the emphasis on action.
It will not satisfy the most demanding players, but if you're looking for a Diablo-like game with fun and mindless combat, Victor Vran: Overkill Edition is your game.
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Bulgaria-based Haemimont Games has wrought a fun if sometimes repetitive action RPG with dozens of hours of monster-infested dungeons to wade through
It certainly doesn't get to join the elite group, but if you're after some ARPG entertainment, it more than fits the role. I'm far from finished, after spending a hefty amount of time with it, so there's a lot on offer here, not least with the incentive to replay older sections to perfection. Turn the voices down, put a podcast on, and sink in.
In the end, Victor Vran is a great action RPG that should be considered. It is not the best out there currently but it is has unique aspects and contains hours of fun.
Victor Vran is a title that initially feels like it's going to be more indie fodder but is much more than that. Despite the voice actors that were used, underneath a relatively bland story lies extremely addictive and highly enjoyable gameplay.