Lucius II: The Prophecy for PC
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Lucius II: The Prophecy

Feb 13, 2015

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About this game

Developer: Shiver Games
Content Rating: Rating pending

Summary

Lucius is taken to the psychiatric ward of St. Benedict’s Hospital by unsuspecting caretakers. The Book of Revelation predicts the birth of a child that would end up ruling the world with an iron rod. The first part of this prophecy has been fulfilled. It is time to take care of the rest. Whispers of a prophecy find their way to the boy's ears. Lucius decides to act again to regain his powers. But little does he know of his new adversaries...

System Requirements

Recommended

  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: i5
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 550 or better
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 5 GB available space

Minimum

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: Dual core
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 275 or better
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 5 GB available space

Critic Reviews

7 Reviews
5.78
Gil AlmogiFeb 16, 2015
Whatever enjoyment I experienced while playing Lucius II was balanced out by a number of bugs, including severely frustrating and game-breaking ones. Characters would become stuck in place or enter endless panic cycles for no reason. At some point, every time I tried to throw certain items, they’d become frozen in the air. Add on to this the significant number of noticeable typos in item names and descriptions, including objects labeled “NULL” like the developers just plain forgot.
James BarnesFeb 17, 2015
Lucius II’s core premise – exploring your malicious side through the vessel of the Devil’s son – is an intriguing one, yet your apparent invincibility and near invisibility means there’s little tension to offset your control over proceedings. In the early stages there’s a definite satisfaction that partners finding elaborate ways to satiate your thirst for blood, but you’ll soon exhaust the selection of scripted kills and be left flinging toxic doughnuts till your arm is sore.
Alberto PastorFeb 17, 2015
Tenemos más libertad para hacer el mal que en el título original, cosa que agradecemos, pero Lucius II está lejos de ser un buen videojuego. Con un pobre apartado técnico, una inteligencia artificial mediocre y un diseño de la acción demasiado irregular, el hijo de Satanás va a tener que esforzarse un poquito más para conseguir seguidores.

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