Centuries have passed since the vampire Kain chose to rule Nosgoth in damnation rather than die for it's salvation. Now Kain, who once controlled the land of Nosgoth with his vampire armies... See full summary »

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Centuries have passed since the vampire Kain chose to rule Nosgoth in damnation rather than die for it's salvation. Now Kain, who once controlled the land of Nosgoth with his vampire armies, finds his brethren slain and his dark powers stripped by a mysterious figure. To reclaim his rule and exact his vengeance, Kain must dispatch armies of zealot soldiers and overcome legions of demons in order to uncover the ominous plot that threatens the land he seeks to conquer. Written by J Hoffman

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Faustus: History is written by the winners, Kain!
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Follows Soul Reaver 2 (2001) See more »

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Kain's back in full force, good as ever!
28 January 2003 | by (Calgary, AB) – See all my reviews

(The following will reveal minor elements of the plot)...... Blood Omen 2: 3.5/4......... Goodness, what a game this is! Kain has reprised his role as the nobleman turned Vampire from the original Blood Omen, and this time he's angry! The game itself looks great; filled with demons, aliens, zealous humans, and, of course, Vampires. The environments, while graphically moderate are filled with intrigue. The gameplay is both entertaining and VERY violent. But, the lopping off heads and the running through and the blood-sucking provides an almost relaxing release from reality. All in all, very fun. Gameplay is further enhanced by the addition of such "vampirical" abilities as floating, turning into mist, possessing people, telekinesis, and "immolating" people with your eyes. I very much enjoyed this game. It relives stress, provides an in-depth, dark, almost noir-style story that motivates you forward, and shows a dark and gothic environment that provides plenty of mystery, blood, and adventure. My advice: PLAY THIS GAME!


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