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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Janos Audron / The Beast (voice) (as René Aubergenois)
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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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Kain: Do you believe I will rule over Nosgoth?
Umah: Yes, Kain!!!
Kain: And do you believe that all of Nosgoth rightfully belongs to me? Then You may die now, knowing the truth.
[Kain swipes her]
Umah: No!!!
Kain: You should have never betrayed me. You could have been my queen. Now...you have left me alone.
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Must I even say this deserves a movie?
5 March 2003 | by (U.S.) – See all my reviews

This game is highly underrated and I actually did see some criticism on it from popular game magazines. The truth is that nowadays, even more then before, games have a lot to do with acquired taste. For me, walking around in Nosgoth as Kain was a blast, even when I had no one left to kill. I enjoyed every sweet sap and rus of the game. Games like Bloodrayne got better and or equal ratings, which surprised me very much, since I can't imagine that many female players in the world nor do I assume that gamers have a perverted motive to play nowadays but I guess I gotta research that. Videogame magazines are fun and I've been reading them for years but DON'T get suckered into the rating system to a point that your buying games only they see worth buying. Remember what I said about acquired taste! Anyway I'd like to say that Julian Sands (Warlock) , if he gets into good shape, can MASTER the role of Kain if a movie ever comes out.


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