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Genre
Perspective
Gameplay
Narrative

Description

Daemon Summoner is a first person shooter that takes place in 1888, during the Victorian era of England. Players take on the role of James Farrington-Higgs. His infant son, David, has just been murdered and his wife Emily has been turned into a vampire. Now James wants to find his wife in order to kill her and put her out of her misery.

Along the way, James has to deal with many creatures such as imps, ghouls, werewolves, and vampires. James uses an assortment of weapons to defeat these creatures, with some examples including a crossbow, a revolver, and holy water. The game features seven expansive levels taking place all around London, interspersed with moody cut scenes. The game also features three difficulty settings to choose from.

Screenshots

Daemon Summoner PlayStation 2 Much of the first level is about exploring the maze of similar looking tunnels, killing ghouls, and trying to stay alive.
Daemon Summoner PlayStation 2 The game starts with a short introduction which shows extracts from a journal and a picture of James' wife. It says how 'they' tortured and destroyed his son and turned his wife into one of them
Daemon Summoner Windows Story
Daemon Summoner PlayStation 2 James chased Emily and she ran into the London sewers where there are ghouls to contend with. These take two hits to kill and the crossbow is slow to reload

Promo Images

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Daemon Summoner Screenshot
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Daemon Summoner Screenshot

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Alternate Titles

  • "Chronik der Vampire" -- German PC title
  • "Chronicles of a Vampire Hunter" -- PC title

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Absolute Games (AG.ru) Windows Jan 07, 2007 1 out of 100 1

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