Devil's Hunt for PC
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Devil's Hunt

Sep 17, 2019New
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About this game

Developer: Layopi Games
Content Rating: Mature


Based on original novel by Paweł Leśniak “Równowaga”(Equilibrium), this third-person action game resurrects the everlasting fight between light and darkness, good and evil, as full-fledged war between Angels and Demons seems imminent. You are Desmond, the sole factor that can tilt the scales in favor of one of the opposing party, be it demons or angels. One man now has the power to decide the fate of humanity and the world as we know it.

System Requirements


  • OS: Windows 7 / 8.1 / 10
  • Processor: Intel i5 quad core
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 2GB graphics card
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 15 GB available space
  • Sound Card: Integrated or dedicated DirectX 11 compatible soundcard

Critic Reviews

7 Reviews
Samuel GuglielmoSep 17, 2019
Devil’s Hunt is a video game that just doesn’t do anything worth seeing. It isn’t unique, and worse, it isn’t fun. I guess it successfully makes me want to read the book series, but more to see if it’s as much of a flaming wreck as this game is. Don’t hunt this devil down. It certainly cries.
Felix WongSep 17, 2019
A game about the clashing forces of heaven and hell deserves to be far more interesting, if not in gameplay, then at least in story. Devil’s Hunt fails to deliver on both fronts. It does have a neat take on the afterlife — Lucifer is essentially a shady businessman who outsources his dirty work, and the angels wear suits and conduct their operations from a pristine office tower – but these ideas are lost in the banality of everything else surrounding them. This is not a hunt worth embarking on.
Jordan BottrellSep 17, 2019
Devil's Hunt's weighty combat and at times beautiful visuals are plagued with inconsistency, and lack the level of polish of the titles it borrows from. The result is an unfulfilling teen drama whose flashes of brilliance aren't near enough to justify it's $35 price tag.


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