Hunted: The Demons Forge

Hunted The Demons Forge

Hunted: The Demon’s Forge is the newest work of Brian Fargo, a true legend in the gaming world. He created The Bard’s Tale, one of the most kindly received role playing games of all time, and this time, too, he brings us an action rpg set in a fantasy world. He gathered a team of true enthusiast of the genre in order to create a truly old school game the hardcore fans would enjoy.

Hunted is a perfect game for a couple: it features two characters and a decent cooperation mode, making the game ideal for two people and kind of boring for a solo player. The characters have very different styles of combat. We have E’lara, an archer who is not too tough, but can deal great damage from afar using her bow, and Caddoc, a mighty warrior, even a tank, who wields his giant sword and specializes in close combat. The weapons I mentioned above are their specialties, but both have alternative ones: Caddoc has a small crossbow and E’lara can use a short sword.

Both of them have some magical abilities, too. Hunted: The Demon’s Forge is mostly about combat. It features an interesting system of taking cover and sends big waves of foes against the characters. Our heroes develop their skills in a role playing kind of way, raising stats and trying to find and equip more and more powerful items. When we explore the realm, we also come across many logical puzzles. The game can be beaten solo without any problems, but cooperation is the main course of Hunted: The Demon’s Forge. The characters complement each other and having company enables more strategic thoughts and less of mindless slaughter. Thanks to it being based on Unreal Engine 3, Hunted has decent graphics and ok requirements that will not make your computer melt.

  • Developer: inXile Entertainment
  • Publisher: Bethesda Softworks
  • Genre: Action game
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  • Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, Play Station 3

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Chapter 2 of Hunted The Demons Forge is in the well. It is pretty massive which isn't that surprising since it is supposed to be a dungeon crawler.
Chapter 2 of Hunted The Demons Forge is in the well. It is a pretty long chapter and there are plenty Prisoners in the place.
In chapter 1 of Hunted The Demons Forge you will start to find prisoners. This guide will help you find the locations of each one in chapter 1.
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