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Archangel Demo at Worthplaying

(PC: Single-Player RPG) | Posted by Rendelius @ Wednesday - October 02, 2002 - 11:31 -
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A 92MB demo of Archangel can be downloaded from Worthplaying. Here's some info on the game:
    In the dark and atmospheric world of Archangel, players discover that Michael Travinsky, an innocent family man, has been tragically killed in a horrific car crash. However, the Lord of Light decides to resurrect Travinsky as he believes he has the potential to become a hero and save the world from a deadly evil that looms in the shape of vicious demons and ghosts. Their presence is growing yet humans continue their existence utterly oblivious to their impending doom.

    The player is thrust into the centre of the action as they guide Michael through three violent epochs: Medieval, Futuristic and The Forgotten Place, as he hunts and destroys the enemies which are set to wipe out the human race forever. Even with a huge arsenal of close combat, mid and long range weapons at his disposal, Michael has only a small chance of achieving his goal as many of the Chosen Ones that have gone before him have died in past encounters with the powerful and numerous foes. Gamers must therefore use the right combination of skill, strength and bravery if they are to save mankind.

    As players complete missions or kill enemies, they collect Essence which can then be used to upgrade weapons or enhance their skills, for example, invisibility of health regeneration. This will then have a direct impact upon the way NPCs interact with Michael.
So far, we have heard mixed things about the game, so we would appreciate comments on it if you played the demo...

A mirror for downloading can be found at 3DGamers, but it is pretty full, too.
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