Halloween-kaland Tim Schafer Double Fine Productions-étől.
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Megjelenés dátuma: 2011. okt. 14.

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Costume Quest vásárlása

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Costume Quest 1 & 2 Bundle vásárlása

2 elemet tartalmaz: Costume Quest, Costume Quest 2

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Double Fine Bundle 2015 vásárlása

16 elemet tartalmaz: Broken Age, Broken Age - Soundtrack, Brutal Legend, Brutal Legend Soundtrack, Costume Quest, Grim Fandango Remastered, Grim Fandango Remastered - Soundtrack, Hack 'n' Slash, Iron Brigade, MASSIVE CHALICE, MASSIVE CHALICE Soundtrack, Psychonauts, Psychonauts Original Score, Psychonauts Original Soundtrack, Spacebase DF-9, Stacking

NYÁRI VÁSÁR! Az ajánlat vége: július 4.

 

A játékról

A Costume Quest egy Halloween-kaland Tim Schafer Double Fine Productions-étől. Ebben a bájos szerepjátékban válassz hőst, és indulj édességgyűjtésre három gyönyörű, a Double Fine-ra jellemző humorral és történettel teli helyszínen. Az úton teljesíts küldetéseket, szervezz csapatot és gyűjts jelmezeket, melyekkel nagy hatalmú bajnokokká válhattok és legyőzhetitek a gonosz Repugia-iakat. Ez a hősies szünidei mese megmozgatja majd a gyerekek, és a gyermeklelkű felnőttek, fantáziáját.
Folytasd a Costume Quest kalandot a Grubbins on Ice DLC csomaggal, melyet a PC-s verzió ingyenesen tartalmaz! Nézz szembe új ellenségekkel, miközben további küldetéseket, jelmezeket, csatabélyegeket és ijesztő üdvözlőkártyákat gyűjtesz. Segíts a szörnyeknek megszabadulni Araxiától, hogy visszaállíthassák Repugia békéjét!

Rendszerkövetelmények

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP SP3
    • Processor: 1.4 GHz dual core CPU
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 1.0 GB free hard drive space
    • Video Card: 256 MB GeForce 7600GS, Radeon X1600, or Intel HD Graphics
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: 2.2 GHz dual core CPU
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Video Card: 256 MB GeForce 220, Radeon 4550, Intel HD 3000 Graphics
    Minimum:
    • OS:Snow Leopard 10.6.8, or later
    • Processor: Intel Core Duo Processor
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 700 MB HD space
    • Video Card: ATI HD 2600 / NVIDIA 8800GT / Intel HD3000 or better card with at least 256 MB VRAM
    Minimum:
    • OS:Snow Leopard 10.6.8, or later
    • Processor: Intel Core i Series Processor
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 700 MB HD space
    • Video Card: ATI HD 4670 / Nvidia 285 or better with at least 512 MB VRAM
    Minimum:
    • OS:Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, fully updated
    • Processor: 1.8 GHz dual core CPU
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 700 MB HD space
    • Video Card: 256 MB GeForce 8800, Radeon HD 2000, or Intel HD 4000 Graphics
      Open GL: 2.1
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mtuomey
( 14.0 óra a nyilvántartásban )
Közzétéve: június 24.
Love it! Childish, but fun. You have to defeat "real" monsters using your halloween costumes.
piratewench
( 1.6 óra a nyilvántartásban )
Közzétéve: június 24.
Such a fun little game. The art style is cute but creepy, and matches the overall theme of silliness.
tommysaidwhat
( 7.6 óra a nyilvántartásban )
Közzétéve: június 21.
Sweet & Simple (but maybe a little too simple). If you need a fix for a relaxing, turn-based RPG adventur with a childish charm to it then this game is for you. Just don't expect it to be the deepest experience you've ever had.
dislexsicknik
( 10.2 óra a nyilvántartásban )
Közzétéve: június 16.
For some one who doesent really like the RPG genre it's weird that i would put COSTUME QUEST in my top 20 games of all time. But it's True it's a masterpiece i love the halloween setting the quirky humour and characters everything about this game is charming and magical, i have still yet to play through the sequel i need to
the1cory
( 17.0 óra a nyilvántartásban )
Közzétéve: május 31.
7.5/10

Pros
- Just oozes style and charm, with a great Halloween theme
- Very polished finished product
- Enjoyable timing-based combat (think Paper Mario)
- A large number of playable “characters” (13 combat costumes + 1 noncombat)
- Funny at times
- Includes the DLC episode for free

Cons
- Not a lot of variety in the locations or enemies (3 main story levels + 1 DLC level)
- Fairly short for an RPG (about 8 hours to finish)
- Simplified RPG combat leads to very few options and a lot of repetition
- The story isn’t exactly gripping
- Very linear

I actually really enjoyed this game. It’s a very simple and short turn-based RPG that hit a lot of the right notes. It just has a certain charm to it that is hard to describe. The combat contains a timing-based component where if you perform the correct action at the right time, your attacks will do more damage or you will take less damage on defense. This helps keep you engaged in all of the battles. Thankfully this component was included, because otherwise you have very few options in combat (attack, use a special if it is charged, or use a battle stamp which gives a combat ability). In terms of battle stamps, these are reusable and basically replace items in the game, and can either confer an ability in combat (e.g. stun a single enemy) or a passive ability (e.g. more health). The other source of variety in combat is the inclusion of 13 different combat costumes, each of which have their own abilities and play style (single target DPS, AoE, defense, healer, etc.). That being said, even with these additions the combat can still drag at times. Fighting a limited variety of enemies in the same environment over and over can become tedious. Overall most battles are quite easy, but a few boss battles require strategy when selecting which battle stamps and costumes to use. The story doesn’t contribute much, but the writing is good and there are some funny moments. If you enjoy RPGs that don’t take themselves too seriously, this is a good game. In addition, the simplified and streamlined nature of the game would make it a good option for someone who is new to RPGs or a younger gamer.
Obey the Fist!
( 8.6 óra a nyilvántartásban )
Közzétéve: május 28.
One of the better examples of why indy developers should be allowed to exist, unfortunately several flaws in this game prevent recommendation.

Technically, the game has limited resolution modes and generally doesn't behave like a PC game. Being unaware of foreground windowing prevents foreground switching and causes the game to crash... that's ok, developers probably weren't aware that DirectX 3.0 was introduced in 1997, so it's understandable they wouldn't have bothered to test the game under Windows.

Artwork is 3D which at least beats going 2D platformer, but it's still extremely low effort.

Gameplay quickly becomes stale and repetitive, which is the only chance the developers had in way of apology for their negligence on the artwork and on making the game compatible with Windows.

Simply too hard to approve.
Alitayoko
( 8.6 óra a nyilvántartásban )
Közzétéve: május 24.
Such a cute laid back game. Worth a play through. I finished everything. It was fun and worth a try for a simple RPG.
Hatty Mikune
( 2.5 óra a nyilvántartásban )
Közzétéve: május 23.
i hate video games
javachipfrapp
( 3.8 óra a nyilvántartásban )
Közzétéve: május 22.
After going through 3 hours of the same, repetitive fights, missions, candy-collecting, and mini-games... I just can't get myself to launch the game again, although I'm the type of gamer that just has to see the ending at least once. Since I've regretfully spent money on buying this game, I just don't see the point of even spending my precious time on it.
Davidbuilder7
( 7.9 óra a nyilvántartásban )
Közzétéve: május 22.
Funny,creative,and a quest to save halloween! All I need to say....also comic book style battles.
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2 emberből 2 (100%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
Ajánlott
17.0 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: május 31.
7.5/10

Pros
- Just oozes style and charm, with a great Halloween theme
- Very polished finished product
- Enjoyable timing-based combat (think Paper Mario)
- A large number of playable “characters” (13 combat costumes + 1 noncombat)
- Funny at times
- Includes the DLC episode for free

Cons
- Not a lot of variety in the locations or enemies (3 main story levels + 1 DLC level)
- Fairly short for an RPG (about 8 hours to finish)
- Simplified RPG combat leads to very few options and a lot of repetition
- The story isn’t exactly gripping
- Very linear

I actually really enjoyed this game. It’s a very simple and short turn-based RPG that hit a lot of the right notes. It just has a certain charm to it that is hard to describe. The combat contains a timing-based component where if you perform the correct action at the right time, your attacks will do more damage or you will take less damage on defense. This helps keep you engaged in all of the battles. Thankfully this component was included, because otherwise you have very few options in combat (attack, use a special if it is charged, or use a battle stamp which gives a combat ability). In terms of battle stamps, these are reusable and basically replace items in the game, and can either confer an ability in combat (e.g. stun a single enemy) or a passive ability (e.g. more health). The other source of variety in combat is the inclusion of 13 different combat costumes, each of which have their own abilities and play style (single target DPS, AoE, defense, healer, etc.). That being said, even with these additions the combat can still drag at times. Fighting a limited variety of enemies in the same environment over and over can become tedious. Overall most battles are quite easy, but a few boss battles require strategy when selecting which battle stamps and costumes to use. The story doesn’t contribute much, but the writing is good and there are some funny moments. If you enjoy RPGs that don’t take themselves too seriously, this is a good game. In addition, the simplified and streamlined nature of the game would make it a good option for someone who is new to RPGs or a younger gamer.
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2 emberből 2 (100%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
Ajánlott
8.5 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: 2014. október 8.
+ Hangulatos
+ Aranyos
+ Vicces
+ Szórakoztató

- Csaták nagyon repetitívek
- Nincs térkép
- Ismétlődő küldetések

7/10
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Ajánlott
4.4 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: 2015. november 25.
Ez egy kaland játék tele akcióval

10/10
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Ajánlott
5.7 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: 2013. november 26.
I enjoyed Costume Quest quite a bit, until I reached a game-breaking bug, two hours in. More on that in a bit.

Costume Quest is a streamlined RPG. It's a fun game, but not particularly difficult. The combat is a simplistic timing game, and the quests have a way of fulfilling themselves as you wander around the map. But that's OK, because Costume Quest doesn't present itself as a serious RPG.

I's a breezy, light RPG with a sense of humor, that begs to be played straight through in a sitting. Truely, it's an RPG/Platformer hybrid, in that there are environmental puzzles that must be worked out to advance the map and the story. It's a mix that works.

...until you come to the Autumn Haven shopping mall. There's a game-breaking bug in the camping equipment store: If you walk between the sleeping bag and the tent, your companion will follow you into that wedge, and block you in. None of your special skills will get you out of this position.

If this happens to you, don't exit to the menu! Crash the game manually, so it doesn't have a chance to autosave your position. If it saves your position, you'll be stuck there when you start again, and you'll have to start over from the beginning of the game. Seriously. Check the Steam forums, I'm not the only one with this problem.

So, yes. I like Costume Quest, and I think you will, too. I want to complete this game, but I don't want to replay the first two hours again. I give Costume Quest a thumbs up, but be careful in the mall so you don't lose your game like I did.
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Ajánlott
7.2 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: 2015. június 1.
AT A GLANCE
(Full review follows below)

  • Game Name: Costume Quest
  • Original Release: 2011
  • Genre Tags: RPG; Casual; Adventure; Lighthearted
  • My Overall Grade: A-
  • Estimated Playtime (Campaign): 5-10 hours
  • Multiplayer Aspect: None
  • Recommended To: Established fans of the genre; Those intrigued by the genre; Casual gamers

REVIEW
Costume Quest has a lot of good things going on for it. The game takes you on a journey of the imagination as some children’s quest for candy on one Halloween night quickly turns into something much more. Ultimately, this game is just very well done and has a “soul” that should easily appeal to a vast audience.

The level design is charming and exploring the maps is fun. The whole concept of “trick-or-treating” being a fundamental part of the gameplay is brilliantly done. The story is basically one giant trope, but the way it is told is delightful. The characters are likeable and the humor is clean but entertaining. Even the style in which you warp into old-school, turn-based battles is executed well and synergizes perfectly with the atmosphere of the game. This game is a quintessential example of how several good things can work together to create something great.

As I alluded to, one of the most charming aspects of Costume Quest is the way “trick-or-treating” in the game world is a central part of progressing the game. You knock on doors and are either given candy (treat) or have to fight a battle (trick). This leads to another splendidly charming feature of the game, which I also alluded to earlier: the battle warp-ins. Depending on what costumes your characters are wearing, they change from little kids into various gallant warriors with nothing but the power of their imagination. From there, the battles play out in the old-school, turn-based RPG style that was prevalent in the 90s.

Aside from that, you may also want to explore the levels, find secret areas, meet characters, and do side-quests and mini-games to gather more candy and collect the trading cards. There is plenty to do!

Costume Quest is a charming little game that makes for quite an enjoyable experience. As I said, I feel it can appeal to a wide audience. I would posit: if it sounds like the type of game you may enjoy, it will probably be a specific game you do enjoy… if you decide to get it.

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Ajánlott
7.6 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: 2014. június 20.
Really cute and fun little game. It‘s pretty short as rpg, but you‘ll have a fun time playing it. It‘s simple and pretty easy. You play as the kids, form your party and collect candies and costume parts made of cardborad. When the fight starts you‘re being transformed into your costumes (robot, ninja, knight etc.) and the fight begins. Fight system is generic turn based rpg system but it doesn‘t need to be different. Seriously go and buy it, it‘s really really good game i promise you will fall in love with this little cute gem :)
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Ajánlott
7.4 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: 2014. február 20.
In short, is the game good?
Yes, the game is really good.

Is it worth my time and money?
Depends. While the game is very fun to play, it is kind of short. You can breeze through the main game in about 4 hours. The add-on story is about 2 hours. I'd suggest waiting for at least a small price drop or sale.

Is this game for anyone?
Yes. The game doesn't require any specific gaming skills and can be enjoyed by anyone.

Linear, open-world or something else?
While the world of Costume Quest is technically open-world (that is, you are not restricted to a "rail", moving from A to B), the world itself is so small, it still forces the player to simply move on when the player finishes up quests in the area.

Gameplay mechanics, gimmicks?
It's basically Halloween meets Final Fantasy meets Persona meets Super Mario RPG meets Tim Schafer. It sounds weird on paper but it works. When in battle, your Halloween costume changes into the real thing (i.e. a cardboard robot costume changes into a real giant mecha). Additionally, each costume grants the person wearing it special attacks. Battles are turn-based, which are usually pretty slow-paced, but thanks to pretty good animation design, attack animations are fast, fluid, and don't leave the player bored while waiting for the enemy attacks to end.

Graphical aesthetics, set pieces and world design?
Even though the world in Costume Quest is pretty small, it is crafted with much attention to detail. The cartoony look only adds charm to the whole aesthetic.

Audio design and soundtrack?
Audio design is impressive. The soundtrack consists of generic Halloween-ish songs but with a few twists. Sometimes the music will actually take a sinister turn, bringing forth really creepy humming, drones, etc. A nice touch that hits the player off-guard.

Plot, story?
Brother and sister go trick-or-treating. One of them gets kidnapped. Sounds generic? It isn't - that's all I can say without spoilers.

How does the game run?
Runs perfectly fine on my 5 year old PC (Dual-Core 2.66GHz, GeForce 9600GT, 2GB RAM). No stuttering, no framerate issues, everything turned on except for SSAO (which is known to be a resource hog on older machines).

Any details, character, motif, etc. you particularly liked?
The costumes in battle form and their special attacks. No other game will let you have a yeti, a giant black cat and the Statue of Liberty as your party.

Anything you didn't like?
Yes, a few things. The music in the add-on story is of lower quality for some reason. The Battle Stamp system could be a bit more complex. Finally, the static camera can be annoying at times (especially in the early part of the game where you're navigating through suburbs).

Final score?
I give Costume Quest a coffin with candy in it out of 5.
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Ajánlott
3.8 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: 2015. február 2.
Excellent trick ot treating play style. Cartoony and light hearted but very challenging.
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Ajánlott
8.4 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: 2014. szeptember 25.
Costume Quest is a cute, creative, charming, simple to play, easy to master RPG set in Halloween. There is definitely a sense of atmosphere that is set with the colors, lighting and art style. You'll wander through a neighborhood, a mall and a carnival. Everything is beautiful and charming with a slight spooky edge to some places, but its a charming spooky not a horrific kind. After you select a gender, you are quickly thrown into the story. Your sibling has been kidnapped by goblins that need candy and since the sibling is wearing a giant candy corn costume you understand how mistakes can be made.

Speaking of candy, you'll find it everywhere, because its the currency of the game. In the map there is an attack button to knock candy out of objects. You'll find candy after battles, in treasure coffins, completing quests and you'll trick-or-treat for it going door to door. Of course there's not always a stranger giving candy, sometimes it a goblin that results in a battle.

In battles, you're not just kids in costumes, you become giants. Your little cardboard robot costume turns into a towering robot, a french-fry costume becomes a mega fry crab, a statue of liberty costume becomes the statue of liberty! So its a little pretend, and thankfully the game lets you skip transformation animations to start each battle.

The combat is really simple and very well animated. First your entire team completes a turn, from the leader of the party to the last member. Then the enemies will each take a turn. You have a limited selection of what to do, attack or a special power every 3 turns. Different costumes have different basic attacks, each with its own way of getting a critical hit. Timing, to press a button or key at a specific moment, others have you wiggling the analog stick, others have you button mashing the same button or key. It keeps you watching the battles and make the long animations feel like less tedious to watch. The special skills range from damaging all enemies, healing all allies, majorly damaging one enemy, hiding an ally and other things depending which costume you're wearing.

When the enemies attack, you'll be given a chance to lessen the attack with a quick button press. These button presses are different each time, which is nice, but I feel like even timed correctly, there's still a chance the block won't be successful. Some enemies really telegraph their attacks, such as jumping into the air with a strike. Enemies don't just attack, they'll cast heal, shield, strength and fire. Everything you've seen in RPGs before, but this is just simple.

The enemies don't have too much variety, goblins, big goblins and ravens, but each 'race' can have a 'class.' The graphics look great and they are in full 3D, its just there aren't that many of them. Each enemy has a level, which is good, but early on in the game enemies feel far too overpowered when you have a party of 2 characters. You'll never have a party more than 3, but neither will the enemy party.

When you are on the map, you can see enemies march around, so there really aren't any random battles other than the trick-or-treat battles. You can even sneak up behind map enemies and attack them so when the battle begins, all enemies take a small amount of damage. Its a nice feature in what can be tedious, thoughtless battles. Every battle seems to play out the same no matter what enemy classes you face. You just need to time everything correctly and sit through your special ability animations.

You can also buy stamps that you can equip to each of your characters that will give them added benefits such as dodging, more HP, regenerating HP, counter attacks, higher attack damage, higher critical damage, a stun skill, the ability to poison a foe or damage all foes next to the target. These simple stamps do a lot to really personalize the game and I feel like you need the stamps to succeed in the game.

When party members fall in battle, they're back after the battle. Everyone gets full health after every battle. In fact, when your party gets wiped out. You just respawn back on the map next to the enemy that killed you. There is no consequence for failure in the game and I feel the game is smoother because of it.

Every battle gives you experience points, but so does completing quests. Since the enemies are limited, so is the experience. So that's why I had to turn to stamps in order to win battles and even then a lot of battles seemed like only luck got me through the first two hours of battles. There is also a level cap on your party and you don't level up individual characters, but rather the entire party.

On the map you'll talk with NPCs and read their little text boxes. The town, mall, carnival and village feel alive. There are plenty of NPCs to give you quests, such as find this or do that. Other costumed kids want non usable items that you'll find from winning battles and some quests have you finding kids that are playing hide and seek. There is even a well done apple bobbing minigame where red apples count as one point to your score and green apples count as 3 points. Its a nice deviation from goblin slaying monotony.

Every costume doesn't just have its own special and basic attack, most of them have a practical use on maps. As a robot, you can speed around on your rocket skates to jump off ramps. These rocket skates are the game's run and its so much faster than just walking. The ninja costume can vanish, the fries costume baits people into following you, the knight has a shield to protect you from things overhead and other costumes help too. There is a big variety of costumes and you can find pieces to make new costumes. It adds to the game variety, even if I ended up using the robot for the skates and the statue of liberty for her healing power.

In all this is a 5 or 6 hour game that is easy to play and easy to finish after the first two hours. There is even DLC that keeps the game going in a different setting. If it wasn't for the cute charm and the extras like costumes and stamps, I'm not sure I could recommend it because of how dull and mindless the fights became.
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Ajánlott
12.1 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: 2014. szeptember 21.
Be a kid. Collect candy. Save the world. Fun game if you are looking for something short and sweet.
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