Demon Hunter V: Ascendance contains explicit content and is intended for mature audiences. When Hector, Demon Hunter for hire, agreed to save a lost tourist from the haunted Museum of Mysticism and Monstrosity, he never imagined that it could all be a clever hoax staged just for him. Hector will need all his cleverness and intuition to find the truth in this double mystery. Are demons real or was it all about the money? Find out by playing Demon Hunter V: Ascendance!
There are three 3 storybook puzzles, which to me are more like HOP scenes than puzzles. Connect like tokens with chains without crossing paths. In this series:. It's definitely in the vibe of Halloween, but I like creepy games all year round. Using two dials which can rotate two spaces counterclockwise and three spaces clockwise, move around a disk with an image upon it to light up parts of the image on the disk. The game is long, and I feel the quality of this game is excellent. Where I had the most fun with the game is the Puzzles that for me were excellent. However, as I progressed in the game and got to the point where the demo ended things really heated up and I was hooked. The most obvious aspect is the presentation, which is basically top-notch in this sequel. Locate silhouette items within the pages of a book There are three of these within the game. Further, the game featured haunting soundtracks and great voice-acting to make the experience of the game even more impressive. These are relatively easy to spot, however I always made sure I did these first in each scene just to make sure I got them. Climb up a telephone pole by placing rungs in the proper location on a telephone pole while ascending. He collects matching pairs of keys to open a lock! There are some jump scares, so I guess that's why it says there is "explicit content", but just to be clear, there's nothing offensive that I came across in the demo, just jump scares.
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I did not find the game scary; however, I feel it has a well-written storyline. After solving this case, you are asked for an interview by an up-and-coming journalist. The game is long, and I feel the quality of this game is excellent. As he keeps investigating he finds things that fit into holes and then there are the "shrunken heads"??!!! In this series:. The graphics are great. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by nadaze2da from Ever felt like you needed eyes in the back of your Medieval Mystery Match Going from room to room the cameras are all focused on him. These morph slow and are tough to catch. There are no collectibles within this chapter. Was it all a hoax or is there truly something strange going on at the museum. Based on Demo I gave this game 4 stars simply because of the back tracking over and over to find and use items. There is a good creepy feeling to the game and an urgency to find out what happened.
Hector is a free lance demon hunter "extraordinaire". As I moved forward I felt like I was part of the mystery and knew there was more to the story of the missing tourist. There are three 3 storybook puzzles, which to me are more like HOP scenes than puzzles. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Ndwelt from Well Done!! The graphics are great. Yes, the Demon Hunter did get excitable at times, but that just made me burst into laughter. He encounters a projector puzzle and an eye puzzle along the way as well as others. If you are out of balance you will fall into the river. However, if you feel like a change, then you can play Shuffle instead. The gameplay also includes mundane tasks that we have completed far too often before. The game is long, and I feel the quality of this game is excellent. Ascendance is entertaining and held my interest throughout the game. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by nadaze2da from Ever felt like you needed eyes in the back of your head?? Going from room to room the cameras are all focused on him. As always, please try the demo to see if you will enjoy Ascendance as well.
The one I missed out on Asccendance doing a mini-game in under a minute, so I'll V and get that one when I play again next time. Learn the story why Hector Cole Tradewinds Classic the field of the Hello Venice. They are varied in difficulty and style. I was unable Tumblebugs find out very much about the story except that a visitor had gone missing inside the Museum of Mysticism and Monstrosity. You have to have a sense of humour about these things. The background music didn't cause me to mute and the graphics were of a high standard. I found myself laughing throughout this game, and I left the volume on because I loved the background music. Talk about freaky looking people - brilliant! I found this chapter somewhat weak in comparison to the main game. You once again play Hector Cole who has to save your partner Carol. Overall, the game is just not something to write home about. There are also some activities which are not listed as puzzles but should have been listed as such.
I really like when there are a number of collectibles, not just one or two, so this is right up my alley. I feel they are standard fare seen in other games. There are also some activities which are not listed as puzzles but should have been listed as such. The hidden object games are interactive straightforward, silhouette and find a certain amount of one item eg: feathers. I feel the graphics are greatly improved from past games from this developer. There are four 4 HOP scenes and four 4 mini-games. I was surprised how much I really loved the total experience of this game. Crystals in all scenes. Overall, the game is just not something to write home about. I feel the story is excellent but am not impressed with some of the activities. I am considering this a must buy on a great Black Friday sale. Nevertheless, I am dismayed that Brave Giant only offered eight 8 to replay.However, if you feel like a change, then you can play Shuffle instead. This is such a fun game! Climb up a telephone pole by placing rungs in the proper location on a telephone pole while ascending. Although the adventure fraction of the game is far from innovative and the level of challenge is fairly low — the game makes up for that by giving us incredible hidden object scenes and puzzles. Cross a river by balancing yourself across a log. There are 28 crystals and 28 morphs to find one crystal and one morph in each scene in the main game only. Sound is good and the music is mainly orchestral. However, none of them are too hard or take too long, so you can get back to the game fairly quickly. Rated 5 out of 5 by Maniactree from So Much Fun!!! Morphing scrolls in all scenes. The storyline is just a rehash of the ones in the previous two games, and while it never really got plain boring for us, it was not exactly exciting or intriguing either. I really enjoyed the demo and found the general level of challenge to be sufficient for someone who plays HOP games all the time literally every day. There are a good variety and some really do make you think.