I don’t have a definite answer, but my theory is that it’s filling a social vacuum.
About Ian Boudreau
Ian Boudreau is a writer and journalist originally from central New York. Over the course of his career he's worked in military public affairs, local news, and environmental science communications. The gift of an Atari 2600 when he was six sparked a life-long love of videogames, and he's been writing about them professionally since 2012.
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A rafting adventure on a river that’s intent on killing you.
While there’s little here to satisfy Kain fans, Nosgoth does its thing fairly well.