The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Final Cut
Embark on an adventure in a gothic-noir world, where mad science threatens the peace between monsters and mortals. The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Final Cut is definitive edition of the trilogy with six playable classes and a new endgame mode with a huge variety of open missions!
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Release Date: Nov 6, 2015

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October 4

Weeklong discounts for the Van Helsing Franchise!

Fellow Hunters and Fans of the Van Helsing Universe,

Two Van Helsing DLCs got released today, the Veteran Skin for Van Helsing I and the Magic Pack for Van Helsing II.

In addition, to celebrate the release of these DLCs, games of the Van Helsing Universe will receive heavy discounts from Monday 7PM CET (Oct 3) to Monday (Oct 10):

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September 18

Daily Deal – Van Helsing: Final Cut – 66% off!

Quick, there’s a nice daily deal right now – you can get The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Final Cut (that’s the big one, the combination of the whole trilogy!) for a cheap price. 66% off, to be precise.

Newcomers won’t find a better deal for this franchise: prepare to be immersed in a funny and macabre Action-RPG set in the fictional land of Borgovia. It’s a Gothic-Steampunk world inspired by Bram Stoker’s Dracula, where you control young Van Helsing and his witty ghost companion Lady Katarina to fend off monsters, level up, gain loot, protect the Lair, and much-much more! Choose from any of the six classes and explore their unique abilities to defeat the monstrosities created by weird science!

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About This Game

Grab your weapons and embark on an incredible adventure in the gothic-noir world of Borgovia, where mad science threatens the peace between monsters and mortals. Save the day with your charming companion, Lady Katarina (who happens to be a ghost). Explore the wilderness and the grim districts of a metropolis twisted by weird science, and don’t forget: you might never know who the real monsters are! The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Final Cut is the definite collection of three stand-alone episodes told as one continuous story, with six playable classes and a new endgame mode with a huge variety of open missions!

Main features

  • Enter a memorable gothic-noir universe – Explore Borgovia, the land of monsters, magic and weird science.
  • Over 50 hours gameplay in the campaign – Play through a refreshingly unique story, spiced up with wry humor and snappy dialogue.
  • Specialists needed! – Choose from six playable classes, each of them a specialist of the monster-hunting profession. Defeat your foes with steel and gun, master the art of weird science or take control over the forces of magic and shadows.
  • Huge variety of skills – The huge and complex skill tree, unique to each class, gives you a vast range of opportunities to make good use of your chosen class.
  • Action-packed adventures – Fight fierce battles against supernatural foes with diverse skills and abilities.
  • Rage system – You can charge up to three skill modifiers called PowerUps by spending Rage points collected from impressive feats.
  • Lady Katarina – Use the special abilities and tailor the skills of your remarkable follower.
  • Hunter’s Lair – Build and develop your hideout to stash collected loot, trade with non-playable characters, teleport between locations and forge new items.
  • Tower defense mini-game – With enemies invading in waves, you have the opportunity to defend your Lair and other strategic locations with deployable traps and several upgradable functions to ward off evil.
  • New level cap – Reach level 100 and evolve further in the endgame featuring a Glory system, rare items and two types of unique endgame currency.
  • Scenarios – Play scenario maps with randomly generated terrains, monsters, objectives and special conditions.
  • Never a dull day in Borgovia – Try the daily quests, challenges and weekly events that will give you new missions and long hours of entertainment after the campaign.
  • Multiplayer – Become the greatest monster slayer of all time while playing in one of the cooperative or PvP multiplayer modes (4-player co-op mode, Touchdown, Arena or Battle Royal).

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP SP3, Windows 7, Windows 8
    • Processor: Dual Core CPU 2.0 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce 8800, Radeon HD4000, Intel HD4000 (min. 512 MB VRAM)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 40 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
    • OS: Windows 7 (64 bit), Windows 8 (64 bit)
    • Processor: Quad Core CPU 2.5 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce 560 or Radeon HD5800
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 40 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 30 days
2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 13
I love the humor of this game.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
84.8 hrs on record
Posted: October 4
amazing game
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
5.9 hrs on record
Posted: September 27
This is a good game. I like this game. The gameplay involves you and your partner, moving around the map, killing monsters, leveling up, gaining skills. It's not turn-based, it's real time. Let me talk specifically about what makes playing this game so enjoyable.

When you're fighting these monsters, you're strong. You can defeat almost any non-boss enemy in only several hits. However, you also typically fight monsters who come in mobs. It's up to you to make sure you use the right strategies to defeat these mobs of enemies. It feels really good seeing an enemy horde waiting, planning out your attack, and then striking - and winning.
Is it repetitive? Some players will think it is, some players will think it's not. Enemies don't have drastically different attack patterns and movement, but for me it's good enough, coupled with the other things in this game.

The banter between the main character and his partner. I've been playing this game and being generous, helping everyone to get that sweet sidequest exp, and the partner has berated and mocked me, on more than one occasion, for that.

The graphics are pretty good. My computer is bad, so I can't tell you what the graphics on the best settings are, but I can still say that they are pretty good. Same with sound.

Lastly, leveling up, learning new skills and perks, equipping new items, having a laugh at the various ridiculous parts of this game even though the story is all about killing monsters and being good at it.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
5.3 hrs on record
Posted: October 17
Product received for free
> Gets TIAoVH franchise pack
> Gets this game for free
> Realises what this game inlcudes
> Got a refund on the other three games

10/10 would profit again.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
4.3 hrs on record
Posted: October 17
I feel like there was nothing here that I really enjoyed. Nothing particular that I can fault; it just wast that much fun for me. I am finding Grim Dawn to be a more fun action-RPG / Diablo Clone.
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2 of 5 people (40%) found this review helpful
3.9 hrs on record
Posted: October 1
Its just diablo 3.
But better.
With steampunk.
And angry robots.
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1 of 5 people (20%) found this review helpful
Most Helpful Reviews  Overall
428 of 476 people (90%) found this review helpful
38 people found this review funny
547.9 hrs on record
Posted: November 6, 2015
This is my, perhaps, final review of this game - I followed it from the very start, until this unification to one, complete and even better game.

A short description:
It's an aRPG, in the full meaning of what aRPG is, and what it should be like. It resembles, reasonably closely, to Diablo 2. It offers a classic hack'n'slash experience, levelling, item hunt and character progression. In addition to this, rather uncommon to the genre, story is excellent, and game could even be played as an adventure. Ridiculously funny and witty, game follows a number of cliches - protagonist is a Monster Hunter, which (ever accompanied by his sharp-witted and even sharper-tongued ghost companion Katarina), comes to a fictional land of Borgovia, to rid it of a great evil - a group of scientist who took over the land after his father defeated ruling Vampire Princes. But the story just starts to unroll...

The game was, and still is, sold in three different installment (and combination thereof) - The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing 1, 2 and 3. If you have *all* three games, in any combination (bought on Steam, than you own the game already - similar being true for GoG - or combination of both, this was said by developers, but I cannot confirm it). If you have a part(s) missing, you can buy them for normal price, the game will work - no need to buy what you have already...

The long description:
A long time ago, a group of (somewhat) young, but lavishly talented, programmers (we didn't have 'devs' then) made Diablo 1, which basically redefined the aRPG genre. Few years later, Diablo 2 was made, and it remained the best aRPG ever made (with its expansion LoD).

Many years later, a group of /skips the comments/ young and /skips the comments/ tried to redefine the genre, with much waited, but largerly disappointing /skips the game name/, which lacked way too much of the content, charm, and shall we say 'magic' of the genre foundation (D2).

About the same time, another group of (mostly) young programmers and artists from the Hungarian-based independent studio NeoCore made Van Helsing 1, the game which resembled much most closely, but wasn't a carbon-copy of already named 'father of the genre'. The game grew. New classes were added. The sequels followed each year. Some were slightly disappoining (VH3) - but it shouldn't influence buyers decision. Now, some 5 month after VH3 - we get Van Helsing - Final Cut, which is a fusion of all three games.

But it's not all - the initial game is improved in many, many ways, graphics are better (they were already on the par with that unnamed AAA+ title), interface - which was in true 'father D2' style and good enough already is improved further, and initial flaws of previous titles are corrected.

There is an online component (though the game can be played in offline mode, a feature that doesn't mean so much nowadays, but still) - namely Multiplayer and Scenarios, which represent endgame. The team announced that each day there will be a special, daily, scenario (one can accumulate 5 of those, so no need to wait fanatically each day) and special weekend events until the end of the year, and if there is interest - throughout whole 2016. Since release day was delayed for more than a month, I suspect that guaranteed daily events time will be prolonged...

Some data:
- There are six classes, losely divided in melee, ranged and magic users (and combinations)
- There are eight starting skills, each of which can be levelled to level 10, with possiblity to add powerups and special 'upgrades'
- At character level 20, each of starting skills unlocks Tier 2 skill (which isn't necessarily, just upgraded version of previous, often it is a completely different skill, and mostly is just loosely grouped with the rest). Level 40 unlock last tier of skills, and final skill in 'tree' can be modified to a substantial degree to suit players preferences
- Replayability is VERY high - each character can be played in several ways and playstyles, and there are 6 of with 24 skills each...
- Not to forget, a passive skills (Auras) are pressent too, and are not the same for each character (though some do overlap)
- Each character has an unique addition - for instance, one of them has a 'weapon platform', a flying contraption that follows player around and can be modified and improved in several ways, another is a master of stealth...

- Story is funny and witty and writting surpasses by far what player normally expects from a computer game. I've heard that head writter is a publisher author, and it shows well
- Gameplay is linear and quests are rather typical for the genre (bring *that*, kill *it*, free *her*), but clever writing parodies and ridicules these cliches, which I find appealing
- UI is excellent - casual player can play with a hand on the mouse and a hamburger in the other, while a micro-fanatic can use keyboard shortcuts in a way which surpassed D2 (there - I said it. Configurability of the UI is better). Controller is also supported, but I hate those things and can't say anything about how well it works, only that I've *heard* it's fine

- Voice acting is nothing short of SPECTACULAR (especially compared to some other games, who relies not on striking voices of actors, but rather on effects, which is not remotely closely) - this is a *very* important feature to me

[This is one of the few games where I listen to the dialogues I've heard tens of times already - listen to the Prisoner7 striking voice and excellent... wording, and compare it to a certain overweight demon found with heavily processed voice and a childish master-plan... I'll put a youtube link with Prisoner7 - this link caused problem in posting the review. I put it in a comment below. - Rest of the character are also voiced in similar quality, but this one is my favourite]

- Graphics are worthy of an AAA title, and team showed unique creativity in making unique mixture of Slavic-mythology and Steampunk
- Enemies and terrain are designed masterfully, fully comparable to, for instance, Bethsheda games (and surpassing currently available aRPGs by a large margin - yet one additional feature player doesn't expect when buying hack'n'slash'). See some beautiful footage, the link I posted previously shows in in general, though the game itself isn't normally so much interrupted by a cut-scenes - which are good, but don't get the wrong impression that the game will be interrupted every 20 seconds)

- Companion, Lady Katarina is an immortal ghost, which adds much to the gameplay diversity - she has her own skills and attributes, can do tiresome tasks like selling items, or helping out player as melee, ranged and special 'ghost form' (where she cannot attack or be attacked, but boosts player attributes)

- Kataring has a rather sharp tongue and is cynical both to Van Helsing and the events in the game. She also has deep background story, which is unfolded during the game

A note!
I was a beta tester for all three games, this one included. I have invested many hours in this game(s) and regret none of it. I also helped game financially, by buying it as the gift for friends who like and play aRPG. I am happy that I did, because small independant studios couldn't otherwise afford to develop a game for years, as the major studios do. The result is here, and it's questionable if it would be anything, if there wasn't players who supported it. ALWAYS support what you like, or you won't get it...

Wait, wait, wait...
Normally, I'd compare the game price with a cost of pizza here. Because we are dealing with mighty several family-sized pizzas here, I'll skip this... But if you have any of previous games, the (fair) NeoCore policy is to charge you just for the part you don't have already.

Something else?
Success of Van Helsing allowed NeoCore to start working on WH40k aRPG title!
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237 of 279 people (85%) found this review helpful
12 people found this review funny
338.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 6, 2015
Company kept it's word when they really didnt have to. Got this game for owning all three parts of the series for free! Thanks again for making a great game and keeping to your word.
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166 of 191 people (87%) found this review helpful
13 people found this review funny
11.5 hrs on record
Posted: December 26, 2015
If you're having crashes on windows 10, open your task manager, move to the details tab, and kill the tabtip.exe

Now your game runs. Amazing game, tons of content, and absolutely amazing community support via a mod that rebalances the game in its entirety. Play this with gusto
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Simon Evo
39.1 hrs
Posted: October 22
This game is the best ARPG I've played since Diablo 2. Better than Titan Quest, better than PoE, sure as hell better than Diablo 3.
It has everything - lots of classes with huge skill trees (in which other ARPG can you play as a dude in an exoskeleton?), a loooong interesting storyline, a witty sidekick whose skills and behavior you can adjust to go better with your playstyle, loads of minigames (which are skippable if you're not interested) and a beautiful world of Borgova\Borgovia, full of pretty sceneries, eastern-european-folklore-inspired monsters and hidden places with nice rewards and pop-culture references inside. The only thing it lacks in order to become perfect is a procedural map generation, but the existing maps are very well designed, so this shortcoming is rather forgivable.
Right now I'm finishing up the storyline as a constructor, already looking forward to playing the Adventure mode, as well as replaying the whole game as the exoskeleton dude.
PS. Haven't encountered a single bug or crash. Ever.
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david / BNET: OceansAbove 1604
33.5 hrs
Posted: October 22
It was a great experience, but your fun largely depends on what you are getting it for.

If you want a Diablo-like ARPG that you can progress through, enjoy it's story, always progress forward and explore a new area and just go with the flow, this is definitly an excellent choice for you. However if you want it to just "be done" with reaching max level as soon as possible, then go for the loot grinding and build swapping like you do in Diablo, this game is definitly not for you. It has little to no replayability even though the developers desperately tried to implement it with daily missions, tower defense game mode and whatever more, it's just not that interesting of a game to explore it more than once, and the RPG progression system is kind of boring too - I played a hunter on heroic difficulty from start, finished the game after 33 hours on lv87, the last 20 levels I didn't even care to use my skill points. Got a movement speed buff "for fun" when I needed to backtrack a little to explore every little corner on every map, but without that, make that 30 instead of 20.

What's special about it, is that it is overwhelmingly full of easter eggs from Batman to Half Life, from W40K to Hugh Jackman, all kinds of references to hungarian and székely culture (really a special treat for us!). Comparing it to other ARPG-s, it's closer to Titan Quest than Diablo III, if that's good or not, decide for yourself. Personally I wanted to Diablo-like game that I can play with constantly progressing forward in the world and story instead of getting pulled in to the lootgrind. I got that, I absolutely loved it (amazing boss fights, beautiful world - be sure to download the 7Gb texture pack from the store as free DLC!).
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22.9 hrs
Posted: October 19
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24.9 hrs
Posted: October 18
fun... yup fun
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45.1 hrs
Posted: October 18
+LADY KATARINA, gratest pro of the game. Perfect companion and character. After finished game i did miss her really. It was just like separete from your one of best friend or crush.
+DIALOGUES BETWEEN VAN HELLSING & LADY KATARINA, Lady Katarina's comments and chitchating with you feels you are playing game with your friend.
+STEAM PUNK, ALTERNATE HISTORY & GOTHIC-NOIR ATHMOSPHERE, if you are fan one of these this game is a gem
+SLAVIC MYTHOLOGY, this is a pro because you can see Roman, Greek or Nordic mythologies everywhere and its become getting boring. But Neocore team did try diffrent thing and i see slavic mythology first time on games beside Witcher.
+HIDDEN CONTENTS, yes Hidden Contents maybe not look important but most of game i forgeting main quests and serching hidden content

-This game is compilation of 3 games and DLCs. But if you search littlebit you can see 3rd game is weakest one as game mechanics and story. 3rd game's infuence is corrupting whole game mechanics. Also game start to boring you when play 3rd game's story arc. Only interesting part was Lady Katarina's back.
-Start of 3rd game's story arc we found a new room in our hidden lair. Its preety large and EMPTY. Till last boss i did wait for new NPC's who fill it but it didnt happen.
-Because of changed game mechanics from first games many quest items are useless. They are been in game but no one want them or use them. But you'll find and carry them.
-Why Adventure map have no tower defence quest i didnt understand.
-Story is very lineer. You have no influence on story.
-Yes as a story 3rd game was weakest part but as a nemesis 3rd game's arcvillain was best one. First two archvillains were weak as nemesises. We have no dialoge or touch with them until final fight.
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18.8 hrs
Posted: October 9
A whole load of cheesy lines, blatant references and trying-too-hard with the humour and everything; but behind these cringe-worthy attempts lies a decent narrative, and a genuinely fun game that's a blast to play.
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23.4 hrs
Posted: October 6
Soo much content :O !
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