É o ano 2156 e o mundo foi destruído tanto por armas nucleares como por meios bioquímicos. A tua história começa num dos poucos locais habitáveis ainda existentes no mundo, o Grand Canyon. Sendo um clone com um passado incerto, a tua função é sobreviver num novo mundo erguido da destruição, da traição e de alianças frágeis entre fações.
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Data de lançamento: 12 Out, 2011

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É o ano 2156 e o mundo foi destruído tanto por armas nucleares como por meios bioquímicos. A tua história começa num dos poucos locais habitáveis ainda existentes no mundo, o Grand Canyon. Sendo um clone com um passado incerto, a tua função é sobreviver num novo mundo erguido da destruição, da traição e de alianças frágeis entre fações.
Explora, coleciona e reclama como teu mais de 1.000 quilómetros quadrados de um terreno rigoroso e misterioso. O progresso de jogo sem classes e a jogabilidade não linear permitem-te jogar com a personagem que tu quiseres. Junta-te a eventos dinâmicos aleatórios para capturar recursos e invadir cidades, capturar e segurar Cidades em Progresso, lutar por instâncias, tomar parte na história rica das fações, ou vive vendendo aquilo que conseguires recuperar e construir na casa de leilões. Fallen Earth dá-te a liberdade de fazer o que quiseres. O mundo pode ser apenas parte daquilo que já foi, mas não há limite para a possibilidade daquilo que podes atingir.

Caractéristicas Chave:

  • Recupera, coleciona e constrói quase tudo em que conseguires imaginar. Mais de 95% dos itens no jogo são criados pelo jogador.
  • O sistema de combate híbrido em tempo real dá-te a mistura perfeita entre combates em primeira pessoa e ação RPG.
  • Alia-te a uma das seis fações e fica a fazer parte da história rica que define o mundo de Fallen Earth.
  • Completamente sem classes, joga do modo que quiseres.
  • Mais de 1000 quilómetros quadrados para explorar.
  • Eventos que ocorrem dinamicamente, incluindo invasões e descoberta de provisões significam que está sempre algo a ocorrer.

Requisitos do Sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS: XP SP3, Vista SP1, Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 1.8 GHz or Athlon 64X2 2.4 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB for XP, 3 GB for Vista, 2 GB for Windows 7
    • Hard Disk Space: 10 GB
    • Video Card: nVidia GeForce 6600 or ATI Radeon X1300
    • DirectX®: 9.0c (XP), 10 (Vista)
Análises úteis de clientes
176 de 212 pessoas (83%) acharam esta análise útil
13 pessoas acharam esta análise engraçada
0.3 hrs em registo
Publicada: 13 de Setembro de 2015
I was part of the beta testing for this game and played it up until the game went free to play and got sold to that third company, Gamers First.
When the game was handed over to that company I lost access to my old account and the characters on it. I followed the instructions to 'merge' my account to their new system and lost access in the process, I contacted them and received no response on the issue.
I tried making another account but found the game was being filled with microtransaction pay to win garbage so I just dumped the game.

The old Devs were actually active within the community, and very helpful.
The new Devs, in my short one sided interaction with them, are complete garbage.
This game had a lot of promise to it but was snuffed out by the new company's greed and lack of customer service.

This game is dead.
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118 de 162 pessoas (73%) acharam esta análise útil
26 pessoas acharam esta análise engraçada
2,031.7 hrs em registo
Publicada: 17 de Agosto de 2015
Possibly the most creative MMO I've ever played...now if we could just get the developers to stop ignoring the fan base and fix the content...
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36 de 49 pessoas (73%) acharam esta análise útil
5 pessoas acharam esta análise engraçada
451.6 hrs em registo
Publicada: 26 de Agosto de 2015
First thing I have to say, if your a social gamer, then get this game. It's free to get. It's free play. Pretty much the only frustrating con to being a free player is having only one crafting queue slot and the 9 red chip (poker chips are currency and which you have white blue red and yellow chips) max. Do a couple free surveys and earn some GamersFirst credits and you can buy something cheap on the marketplace and get rid of the chip limit and up your crafting queue to like 4.

Alright now that I got that out of the way lets see what's next. I guess I could talk about the game state as of these past couple of weeks. This is an older game. The graphics aren't the best. But I like them. It feels as though the game has died a little bit inside and there are actually times in which a town can be empty of players, beside the couple stragglers that leave their player online and craft (it's not required to do so but if you use a crafting accelerator item it is). This is no elses fault but of your own though. IF you play people will play more often.

I enjoy the crafting system if I may say so myself. You can pull up a window that has a neatly organized (well somewhat :P) list of everything you have learned to craft. Just click it then the "craft" button and it adds it to the crafting queue, as long as you have the required materials of course. Pretty much almost everything in the game has been crafted by another person. Whether it be vehicles or your favorite gun, or even that kebab that's been sitting in your inventory. Of course you get generated items through merchants or missions but this game allows for the better quality items to be instead crafted, thus relying on peoples ability to craft for a good economic system.

Lets see, what's another major characteristic about the game. Oh the pvp. Pvp/pve is pretty balanced throughout the game. Most places you are at are pve locations. There are locations that are strictly PVP. You can turn on pvp and fight in pve areas. You can turn off PVP (has a timer buff as to keep people from shooting and switching) and not be bugged in PVE areas. You can also simply just choose to duel someone and lose at low hp without actually dieing. There is even a window to queue up for Blood SPorts pvp minigames.

Like I said this game is very social dependent to have fun, unless your one of those people who just like to be off in a secluded location and grind through all your levels. Which in that case you can do that to on here:P. As said before the game is old , but in it's time it has made it very playable. It has it's bugs sure but what game doesn't. I barely see any of those "hackers" as kids like to call them nowadays. Most of time it's kiddie stuff like the auto bot script stuff.

I think that about sums up the major points of the game. I could go on more about it, just don't feel like it. :P I hope I have influenced atleast one more player to join. Could use a couple more newbies that I could pick on.
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26 de 32 pessoas (81%) acharam esta análise útil
4 pessoas acharam esta análise engraçada
3,221.6 hrs em registo
Publicada: 9 Janeiro
How to do a review for a game that you spent over 3000 hours playing?
Could it be objective? Hardly. But i will try at my best to keep it real as much as it is possible.
First off, this game is not old. Its ancient.
Graphics are, by todays standards, in world that saw titles such as Crysis, CoD:AW, Battlefield or Witcher series, laughable at best. It looks old, it ''plays'' old, but it has some of its charm for it.
Story? Interesting, starting parts are very cohesive, but later on its starts to be very watered down.
Gameplay? That depends solely on player. There are multiple things you could do ingame (crafting, pvp, pve, farming, exploring, ect), and it works well on its part, but some features definately need to be worked on.
I could spend hours explaining each part separately, but generally, game has complex crafting system, pve is fun as far pve goes in other games (there are bosses, instances, dungeons, team raids, ect), farming and harvesting are nice way of getting materials in large quantities if you dont mind posibility of being attacked while doing so (depending on place where you farm/harvest).
Over the course of playing i met lot of interesting people. Some were nice, some were not, but all around, Fallen Earth has (or had) one of best comunities around in MMO's. There is always someone who will help out new player, give some usefull advice, share money, resources or items. There are also individuals who organise various community events.
One of biggest problems most post apocalyptic games have is that they are constantly being measured towards Fallout universe games. That is a problem, since most games do not measure up to Fallout.
Fallen Earth is one of games that comes very, very close to that. Not the same, but not too much diferent from it. Each of those games has its own pros and cons.
Sadly, at current time, it seems that G1 (company who owns FE) isnt too much interested in adding new things (although they do occasionally, but not to extent from before), but we always hope they will come to their senses and finish polishing the diamont that Fallen Earth is, and make it shine as it should.
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38 de 60 pessoas (63%) acharam esta análise útil
15 pessoas acharam esta análise engraçada
0.6 hrs em registo
Publicada: 17 de Novembro de 2015
steam please stop recommending this game to me it's ♥♥♥♥ing terrible
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