Nicolas Eymerich The Inquisitor Book II: The Village

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Discover a hero who is more determined than ever and continue the original story adapted from the bestseller by Valerio Evangelisti.

Eymerich is asked to investigate the heresy reining in Calcarès, a remote village inhabited by the worst demons the world has ever known. Eymerich will have to learn about its inhabitants’ fiendish secrets and, with the help of a handful of survivors, attempt to cleanse this village soiled by the Devil.

  • The sequel to an epic and action-packed adventure
  • More than 25 different puzzles and enigmas
  • Over 31 full-detailed enviornments
  • Original and immersive soundtrack
  • Menus and Sub-titles in French, English, Italian, German, Spanish
Release date
Microids Indie
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows® XP/Vista/7/8
  • Processor: 2 Ghz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 512 Mo
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: Mac OSX 10.5, 10.6 ou 10.7
  • Processor: Processor: Intel 2 Ghz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 512 Mo
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Jun 10, 2013
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Nicolas Eymerich The Inquisitor Book II: The Village reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Italian
Exceptional. And I say it despite I had to fight with some technical imperfections and caught a couple of bugs towards the end of the game, which kept me locked, but fortunately solved by restarting the game. The two episodes of Eymerich have intrigued and exalted me as a few games, starting from the appetizing premises of The Plague until you reach exponential levels of Goduria in The Village. The only real flaw is nature to episodes, but I think these first two deserve to be played regardless, without waiting for the completion of the series (which I hope will happen sooner or later). Special Mention for the Italian dubbing (there is also the dubbing in Latin!), with voices really characterizing and able to return all the putrescence and morbidity that the game environment needs. Environments that are just as good, oozing corruption from every pixel and describing a realistic, crude Middle Ages with a strong sense of abandonment and collapse. In Short, a world where wallowing, deprived of any moral bulwark. And then there's Nicolas Eymerich. A character for which every word is superfluous. And situations that will severely test the hair on the stomach. And squeals of Bicefin Infants as a soundtrack. Enough or should I continue? In The final, I wish the adventurers, a happy immersion in the sordid secrets and the fetid offshoots of evil, in Calcares. And at the stake the detractors. Amen! :D
Translated by
Microsoft from Italian
We All know well what it is and what fruits bore the inquisition true? But Have you ever thought what goes through your mind to an inquisitor? From what is pushed to make this choice in life? Well This game allows you to understand thoroughly just that. You will Have to lay down completely in the shoes of Nicolas Eymerich who plays the role of Inquisitor, sent to Calcares to investigate the disappearance of a Monk, and on the effects of a mysterious plague uncommon, but from the abilities to deform men, and to leave intact Women. This person Nicolas is a crazy egotist and full of self addicted to making a career, for money, but especially for the Prestige that offers him, feeds on the terror that provokes in all the people he meets, delights in the power that has to provoke a motion of fear even Sol Or with his gaze of ice, one does not scruple to crush others, to overtake them or to reduce them to his will, all that is seasoned by a ignorance of nature itself; Because he believes that even simple creatures like a squirrel are unclean beasts of Satan. As a whole it is a nice adventure game, with simple mini-games to do, and a plot to follow pretty intuitive just follow the logic, while you know that some achievement (few less bad) will require that you put all your malice to Get I must say that at times I had fun trying to make things humble to dear Nicolas type sweep or empty a pitale, getting an adverse reaction I came to make him freak out for my insistence, no price to hear him scream "Still? I already told you I'm not the Sculi!!! "haha! I Think that in the end as an experience has made me think about what this kind of life means, yes it can be attractive, it gives the creeps feel to have in hand other people, but I realize that in the end who makes this choice must reckon with loneliness why not n You can trust anyone and it's quiet that everyone looks good by having a friend of the kind so wicked, so I give my thumb up for the game, but thumbs down to the protagonist.
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