NeocoreGames has told a comprehensive tale of magic, monsters, and mad science over the course of their Van Helsing series, with the first game arriving two years ago today and the sequel hitting exactly one year ago. But now the time...Show More Summary
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PREVIEW: What happens when games start poking fun at themselves? NeocoreGames' action RPG may have the answer.
Two years ago, developer NeocoreGames created a hack-and-slash adventure that evoked the supernatural world of monster hunter Van Helsing. The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing was something of an underappreciated gem, offering the chance to take up the mantle of the legend's son. Show More Summary
You have already been introduced to the Phlogistoneer and Umbralist classes, so today NeocoreGames put the lights on two others: Elementalist and Protector. The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing III will be out in May on Steam for $14.99.
Universal Pictures has been developing a modern day take on The Creature From the Black Lagoon for decades. And while we’ve seen multiple Mummy movies, The Wolfman and various incarnations of Dracula and Van Helsing, the Creature has yet to make it back to theaters. With the Universal Monsters shared universe in motion, starting with […]
The third and last act of NeocoreGames' action-RPG trilogy is coming this May on Steam. The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing III comies with single-player campaign, 4-player coop, 8player online PVP and 6 new classes, 2 of which are introduced today: Phlogistoneer and Umbralist.
Developer NeocoreGames has announced that the third part of the Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing will arrive on PC this May. This will be the third entry in two years, and will carry the tradition of multiplayer over from its predecessors,...Show More Summary
After making millions of dollars in such violent movie fare as Prisoners, Van Helsing, Swordfish and other violent films where his character relies on guns, action movie star Hugh Jackman
It's almost Halloween, kiddos, so I hope you're in the mood for some trick or treating. And we have quite the treat for you today as we wrap up our month long AWFULLY GOOD MOVIES: OCTOBER MONSTER MASH as we take a look at Stephen...Show More Summary
It's not great, but hey, it's better than Van Helsing.
Van Helsing has far worse things to worry about than fire, so his house might be filled with kits like In case of’s decorative emergency cabinets. They look just like fire emergency kits, but they’re filled…
As recently as a couple of months ago, Universal Studios announced that they were gearing up to reboot their line of classic Universal Monsters for a new generation. While some may have been surprised, others were found either rolling...Show More Summary
The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing developer NeocoreGames has announced Deathtrap, a new tower defence title with action RPG elements. Deathtrap launches on PC and Mac via Steam, plus Xbox One this autumn. A PlayStation 4 version is also in the works but will arrive at a later date. Show More Summary
The studio behind The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing series reveals more about Deathtrap, a 4-player coop tower-defense game for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Due this Fall on Steam, the game features "vicious tricks, killing machines, rotating blades and splattering blood". You can get a look at it with the screens and a teaser inside.
I can't tell if it's way more badass that he's in his socks, or way less. Hugh Jackman. You may know him as Wolverine, or Jean Valjean, or Van Helsing, or Memphis from Happy Feet, or "that guy who carries all the dance numbers at the...Show More Summary
A new Humble Bundle is upon us, this time packing a handful of big games. The Humble Jumbo Bundle 2 includes Deadlight, The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Complete Pack and Galactic Civilizations 2: Ultimate Edition in the organizations...
A book will never crash, die, or run out of style a year after you bought it. Through the magic of literature, you can escape to a world you've never been. You can live through the eyes of Doctor Watson, or follow Van Helsing as he tries to kill Dracula.
Before their recent professional parting of the ways, Roberto Orci & Alex Kurtzman were slated to produce a reboot of The Mummy and Van Helsing for Universal Pictures. At the time there were rumblings that there might be a plan to use...Show More Summary
The first Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing wasn't a bad game, however it did have crippling technical issues that held it back. Those issues have since been fixed, and developer Neocore Games has learned a lot in the process, itShow More Summary