Blood Omen 2 pt1 (of15) Legacy of Kain





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Uploaded on Jul 3, 2011

The story of the fourth game in the epic Legacy of Kain series (Updated).
All honour to all the creators of the Legacy of Kain game series.

Blood Omen 2 is still not my favourite game in the series but I have found plenty of ways to improve this set of videos over the originals. First of all I'm no longer trying to fit each chapter into one 10min vid, as a result they should flow a lot more smoothly. Secondly I'm trying to show off the different weapons and their different attacks. Mostly though I've discovered a vast amount of audio that was cut from the finished game and restored as much of it as I could to add a bit more atmosphere (though some may seem a little forced). I've also added extra tweaks and quirks throughout.


First off, as you can see I've added a trailer to the start of the video, I did it with SR1 and Defiance because they were such great trailers so why not this game too. The sound blends with the heartbeat on the title card and as a teaser it works quite well.
1:53 Still the first error of the game shows the pillars just falling over when they should be exploding, leaving behind stumps several meters high. Slightly forgivable in that it is a dream of the event, not the event itself
Suddenly Nosgoth has acquired a capital city, I thought it was a continent composed of many territories and countries but whatever.
For those confused - the events of this game are caused by Kain changing history at the end of SR2 but more specifically it is what the Elder Kain does after SR2 in Defiance that changes history. This game fills in his altered past and Defiance tells us what Elder Kain did to cause it.

10:30 Chapter 1 - Welcome To Meridian

As you can see I'm using the chapter loading screens to divide them this time around rather than doing one chapter per video and naming them in the title.
One thing I've done in these videos is to include more of the street conversations, but don't worry I've not included all of them or we'd be here forever. The conversations do add more atmosphere to the city, you can choose be quite dismissive of them but they do a good job of showing different perceptions in the city.


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