Carga tus armas, arranca tu motor... ¡VUELVE EL CLÁSICO! De la mano de Remedy, los prestigiosos creadores de Max Payne y Alan Wake, el clásico juego de carreras con vista cenital Death Rally ha regresado, más fuerte y más feroz que nunca. Este no es el típico paseo de los domingos.
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 3 de Ago, 2012
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Carga tus armas, arranca tu motor... ¡VUELVE EL CLÁSICO! De la mano de Remedy, los prestigiosos creadores de Max Payne y Alan Wake, el clásico juego de carreras con vista cenital Death Rally ha regresado, más fuerte y más feroz que nunca.

Este no es el típico paseo de los domingos. Esto es Death Rally, así que prepárate para volar por los aires... literalmente. Corre hacia la meta dejando un rastro de goma quemada y trozos de metal a tu paso... junto con los restos en llamas de cualquier loco que haya osado interponerse en tu camino.

¡La mecánica es adictiva, intensa, explosiva y divertida! Gana carreras, mejora tus coches y armas para vencer a increíbles jefes en el modo historia. ¡Únete al modo multijugador! Apunta y dispara en Death Rally, humilla y destruye a tus oponentes o sabotea su carrera. Tú eliges cómo ganar, ¡NINGÚN TRUCO ES LO BASTANTE SUCIO!

Características Principales:

  • Vive la furia de Death Rally, afina tus habilidades y prepárate para correr
  • Amplio modo carrera: Gana eventos, obtén logros y desbloquea coches, armas y desafíos
  • Locura multijugador: Ponte a prueba frente a tus oponentes
  • Alucinantes circuitos emblemáticos en ciudad, desierto, jungla, hielo y mucho más. Incluye una pista exclusiva para PC
  • Increíbles conductores invitados
  • Sabotea y destruye para ganar un puesto en las tablas de clasificación
  • Soporta teclado y controladores

Requisitos del sistema

    Mínimo:

    • SO: Windows XP SP2
    • Procesador: Familia AMD K8 (Athlon 64, por ejemplo) o Intel Pentium 4
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Gráfica con 256 MB de VRAM compatible con DirectX 10
    • Versión de DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Disco Duro: 600 MB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Dispositivo compatible con DirectX 9.0c
    • Adicional: Incluso los equipos más lentos serían capaces de ejecutar el juego, pero podrían presentar problemas de compatibilidad en multijugador

    Recomendado:

    • SO: Windows 7
    • Procesador: Familia AMD K10 (Athlon X2, por ejemplo), Intel Pentium Dual Core o superior
    • Memoria: 4 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Gráfica con 512 MB de VRAM compatible con DirectX 10 o superior
    • Versión de DirectX®: 10
    • Disco Duro: 600 MB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Dispositivo compatible con DirectX 9.0c
    • Otros Requisitos: Conexión a Internet de banda ancha
    • Adicional: Incluso los equipos más lentos serían capaces de ejecutar el juego, pero podrían presentar problemas de compatibilidad en multijugador
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A 6 de 6 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
1.0 h registradas
I liked the original Death Rally game, it gave you a feeling of beeing submerged in the world of the Death Rally circuit. You started with some wierd kind of ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ized (b4$t4rd|z3d, wordfilter lol!) rusty VW-beetlecar with built in machineguns and armorplating welded on to it. The car was crap, and you knew it, but that was the point. After many many races where you sometimes knew very well you had no chance in hell of winning the race, you soldiered on, staying out of harms way of the neo-corvette juggernauts that you hoped of one day obtaining.

This game has missed the point totaly. After playing the game for an hour and unlocking cars and weapons, I'm sad to say that this game is not a worthy remake. It's got a cheap plastic feel to it in many ways and here are some examples of what went wrong:

You're not at liberty to save money when you repair and upgrade your car after a race. All acquired money has to be spent there and then, therefore it effectively removes the economic dimension from the game, and with that removes all strategy from the game.

Gear and cars are not bought, they are collected on the race track as parts and once all parts are collected you get your mines or machinegun or new car. What was given to you will not be valued. Therefore the game is not about upgrades since new gear doesn't come from you spending your resources to get them.

Your car has auto-fire on the built-in machinegun, you dont even have to pull the trigger to use the weapon and ammo never runs out. I shouldn't have to explain how wrong this is. There are other secondary weapons though that require ammo and triggerpulling, but thats beside the point.

There are some other points that I could make about thats wrong with this game, but what has already been written will suffice. Technically this game might be well made from a programming point if view, the problems is that the designers of the game had no idea what they were doing.
Publicado: 8 de Octubre
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A 11 de 16 personas (69%) les ha sido útil este análisis
18.1 h registradas
Haven't played the original Death Rally, but the remake is a good game in its own right. Short, fast paced races, 3 car add-ons, 6 upgradeable weapons, 7 maps, and 8 cars. All in all, a decent bag of fun.

Sure enough, it's not a triple-A title, and nowhere near as complex, but it can be fun. The short races mean you can play a race or two whenever you have a minute and get back to whatever you were doing. Gets even more fun with a few buddies in online[1] play.

Gameplay in Death Rally doesn't offer anything brand new, but gets the basics right. Controlling the car is simple, either via a single stick or wasd, and there doesn't seem to be any problems with responsiveness[2]. Steering does take a bit of getting used to, but in the end is not much different from other console-like top-down racers - after a few races it should feel natural. Main gun auto-fires at any targets dead ahead and within range, and secondary guns/mines/nitro are activated by pressing the corresponding buttons.

The visuals in Death Rally are quite pleasing to the eye. Race tracks and cars look good and offer a lot of detail. The garage view (main menu) shows a nicely-rendered model of the curently selected car (with any selected add-ons/weapons visible) and the UI is clean and efficient. All the necessary elements are visible on one screen and laid out without making the screen cluttered and messy. The UI is designed to be controller-friendly (looks tablet-friendly too) so race selection and car upgrades are quick and easy.

AI opponents do offer a fair challenge, but that's mostly beacuse they tend to drive slightly better cars. The regular mob racers have decent "driving skills" and their cars are slighlty better upgraded, but only up to what's achievable by players. "Boss" racers (of which there is up to one per race), on the other hand, tend to drive real well and their cars are often better than anything the player can achieve. While this does make the game more challenging early on it just breaks it in the very late-game -- most bosses will just speed away right from the start, and only generous amounts of nitro (in-race pickups, random chance) can help catch up. The worst example of this is the "finall boss" - the Adversary - who can't be beat without constant use of nitro, or a lot of ammo pickups.

For the above reason, among others, Death Rally suffers in terms of replayability. Starting the campaign from scratch does not offer anything new, and will in fact play out nearly the same anyway (up to choice of stages). Playing a single campaign is a much better option, especially in small doses. A few races a day can offer a lot of fun and will delay the somewhat broken end-game long enough to diminish its impact.

The soundtrack is a good enough generic composition, fits well and doesn't get too annoying or repetitive. Sound effects are good too.
Publicado: 16 de Junio
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A 4 de 4 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
21.6 h registradas
When I first bought this game, I was expecting the same game as original one with better graphics. So my first experience was a huge dissappointment. My memories with the original one was so fresh, so I couldn't see that this one (although shares the same name) is a different game for a different time.

In first game your motivation was climbing the ladder to fight with adversary. This game has no ladder, so if you are an old fan, you hate the game from the begining. But this time it is more about cars you have to get ambitious about. Upgrading cars and guns are your main goal in here. Races are faster and harder (in my opinion) than original one. 3 Laps is too short to kill everyone in the game (if you have a new car), so it really takes more dedication to win any race. Graphics are much better than the original one (it has to be after 20 years :) ). Cars are the same (which is a plus :) ) with cool upgrades.

Of course the game has its downs. Like story is not going to get you. Races are too fast. Race ends till you get the idea most of the time. Gameplay is not very smooth. Enemy AI is not very bright.

But, in the end, you should see this game as a casual game as it is an adaptation from mobile game. So if you take games too serious it is not a game for you. But if you wanna open a game, make a few race, collect some stuff in your free time, this is right game for you. 9.99$ is a little expensive for the experience, so if you catch a sale (2.99 or less is ideal I think, but 4.99 is not bad too) don't miss it..
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PS: If developer reads this; the thing I miss the most from original game is the enemy characters. There are bosses in every race but in the original game as you move up the ladder you fight with harder characters and before adversary you compete with hard characters like duke and sam speed. This time bosses are just normal cars in normal races. If this could be added to game it will be great. (like adding special voice over, small ads for the boss of the game, may be a history and stuff).. Thanks.
Publicado: 19 de Septiembre
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A 2 de 2 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
37.4 h registradas
At first the controls are horrible... but if you update the handling points of your car it starts to actually do what you want it to do. And then... then the retro feeling kicks in. I loved the original and I fell in love for this remake too. Just one more race, only one. Okay, that one too. And maybe another one. Is there time to do one more?
The not so great parts is the difficulty of the "last boss" and the requirements of the last achievements. That's where it starts to get frustrating and repetitiv. But even if I have to talk me into start the game again to do the same races on the same courses all over... once I'm in I can't stop because there's just enought time for one more race. And maybe one more...
Publicado: 23 de Septiembre
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A 4 de 7 personas (57%) les ha sido útil este análisis
7.2 h registradas
It is a remake of a 1996 game which was quite long ago so making a comparison would be pointless, I think. And while the remake - according to many claims - could be different or even "dumbed down" it still has many hours of fun in it. The game looks good, plays well and offers hours of fast-racing carnage. Also, there are not many top-down car racing games out there on PC.

While somewhat repetitive, Death Rally is a fun game, so grab it with your friends once on sale!
Publicado: 15 de Junio
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A 8 de 9 personas (89%) les ha sido útil este análisis
7.9 h registradas
¡Un gran juego que recuerda tiempos mejores!... sin duda los amantes del Death Rally original no quedarán decepcionados, (salvo quizás por no poder elegirte a Duke Nukem, jeje)... y aquellos que no lo conocen descubrirán un juego que engancha como pocos. Es del género "Micromachines", pero a lo bestia. Lo bueno es que ha mejorado muchas cosas respecto al viejo juego; más armas, más modos, y un ritmo más frenético, pero sin perder la esencia del juego original de 1996. La única pega es que todo va por "upgrades", mientras que en el original podías simplemente comprar las cosas (coches, armas, sabotajes...) ahorrando y no desbloqueando logros o mejorando absolutamente todo, que lo vuelve algo repetitivo... pero engancha, os lo aseguro. Sin duda un gran remake (y con multijugador), no entiendo cómo ha podido tener tan poca aceptación por la comunidad.
Publicado: 3 de Enero, 2013
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