Halloween-kaland Tim Schafer Double Fine Productions-étől.
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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!


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    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
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42 emberből 42 (100%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
11.9 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: november 23.
Click for Gameplay Trailer - Review
I Like:
+ charming and humorous presentation
+ free selectable Costumes & abilities
+ motivating collect and exploring

I Dont Like:
- low extent
- very simple combat system
- totally harmless difficulty
- no overview map

With real monsters, magical costumes and supernatural abilities to try a couple of kids in the shelter on halloween to stop a witch. The player travel from door to door and collect candy to gain access to new levels.
What makes this crazy RPG so wild is that every funny costume transform into a huge roboter or other grazy giant whatever things when you go into a battle. The roboter can fire missiles out of its chest to kill the monsters and have them explode into candy.

You can change their costumes and each has different basic attacks and after 3 turns you get a special attack.
In addition, choose which moves dish out there is a simple quick-time element where attack and blocks by placing the appropriate button strengthened with precise timing. By defeating monsters, players and their companions earn more candy, gain new costumes, and unlock new abilities. Along the way, the player’s party is joined by other neighborhood children, every child with other costumes and abilities.

The story from beginning to end is a nice little story that has to laugh at each corner, the end was pretty funny too.
For completing the smaller side quests including rare items, special tools, and weapons to use in combat.

The graphics are nice and very good for this kind of game. I have almost nothing to complain about with the graphics for this game, as it is what it is.

Costume Quest seems like a new move from Double Fine. Here you find a lot of cartoony charm and humor.
If your looking for an easy game, cute characters, awesome battles and a funny setting, it is a nice add on to your games library.

Score: 70 / 100

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Hasznos volt ez az értékelés? Igen Nem
31 emberből 25 (81%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
10.4 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: november 12.
Costume Quest is a Halloween-themed, turn-based RPG developed by Tim Schafer’s crew at Double Fine Productions. For those who don’t know, Tim Schafer is the mastermind behind critically acclaimed (but not necessarily financially successful) games such as Psychonauts, Grim Fandango, Full Throttle and more recently, Broken Age. In many ways, I feel that Tim Schafer is the Tim Burton of video games. Whilst not all of his games (or in Burton’s case, movies) are necessarily fantastic, all of them share a common, whimsical and imaginative style with a quirky sense of humour. Therefore, going in, I had big expectations going into this game. Needless to say, given the big red thumbs down above this review, these expectations weren’t quite met.

The game takes place on Halloween, where you (the character that you pick) and your sister/brother (the character that you didn’t pick) go out trick-or-treating, only to have your sibling kidnapped by strange monsters. You effectively spend the rest of the game in an attempt to rescue said sibling. There are three major locations to explore, including your initial suburb, a mall and … another suburb with a fair. Simple, straightforward, and not a whole lot more to say than that.

As previously stated, Costume Quest is largely a turn-based RPG. Unlike many other turn-based RPGs such as Final Fantasy or Dragon Quest, battles are not random encounters. Instead, they are generally triggered by either knocking on doors (“trick or treating”) or walking into a wandering enemy. A large majority of the enemies that you face in the game are compulsory, as you are required to “trick or treat” every house in each area in order to move to the next area.

The “class system” in the game is determined by the costume that each character is wearing. Each costume has a normal attack (which to my knowledge is the same regardless of which costume you use) and a special attack, which you can use every 3 turns, which each have their own unique abilities. This usually consists of extra damage, healing, armour or some negative effect on the enemy (such as stun). You initially begin with one character with the Robot suit. As you progress through the game, you unlock more characters (maximum of 3) and costumes (of which there are many). Unfortunately, despite the large number of costumes, many of the characters play very similarly and largely fall into 3 major classes – a fighter that deals damage, a healer and a character that provides buffs. This is exacerbated by the fact that, apart from one single boss fight (in which you are constantly reminded to use a particular sort of character), you can more or less run through the entire game without changing your costumes at all.

The battles themselves play out similarly to most turn-based RPGs, with the notable addition of timing-based button prompts, which will be familiar to people that have played Paper Mario or The Mario and Luigi RPG series on handheld Nintendo systems. The prompts for each attack depend on the costume that each character is using, and successfully completing these will lead to additional damage (when on offence) or reduced damage (on defence). These prompts include things such as pressing a button immediately, pressing it at a certain time, twirling your left stick around or mashing a button repeatedly. Although these do add some depth to the battle system, in the sense that you can’t entirely fall asleep at the wheel and just mash A repeatedly, it still remains far too shallow and far too easy. I am practically an old man when it comes to gaming, and even with my old-man reflexes, I managed to hit approximately 99% of the prompts without any trouble.

Winning the battles awards you with which is used to level up (which increases HP and strength) and candy, which is the currency in the game used to purchase stamps, which can be equipped to your characters to give bonuses, such as increased damage/defence, splash damage and so on. Once you’ve reached the level cap and/or have purchased all of the stamps (both of which I did prior to finishing the game), there’s no longer any purpose to the battles, making the already cumbersome and tedious battles just that much worse.

The rest of the game is padded with tedious fetch-quests, hidden-object finding and an awfully unoriginal and unimaginative mini-game. Worst of all, you are required to do these same activities each time you move to a new area. Most (but not all) of the costumes that you unlock have a secondary ability that can be used outside of the battle. The Robot suit, for example, has rollerblades which allow you to travel faster (which is generally why you’ll spend most of your time in this suit) and travel up ramps, leading you to so-called “hidden areas”. The other costumes have abilities that are, for the most part, used once in a particular part of the game (most of which is right after you obtain the costume) and then never necessary again. As a result, most of these abilities seem really tacked-on, which is a real shame as I feel like they could have done so much more with it.

First things first – I loved the cartoony art style used for this game. I really have no complaints about the graphics. The characters are cute and the setting is undeniably Halloween. Remember - nothing screams Halloween more than Jack-O-Lanterns and candy, and be warned – there are Jack-O-Lanterns and candy everywhere in this game. The sound and music are, for lack of a better word, appropriately Halloweeney. One thing that they absolutely nailed is the animations used for the battle transitions, in which the cardboard boxes and cheap trousers used to create the children’s costumes are transformed into visually-impressive life-like versions. This will hit all the right spots for anyone that’s worn an awful costume in their younger years and imagined looking so much cooler. With that said, having these animations play out every single time you enter a battle wears out very quickly, which is exacerbated by the fact that there’s no way to skip them.

Another major gripe that I had was the complete lack of a map/mini-map. This, coupled with the fact that most of the sub-areas in the game look more or less identical, resulted in me walking around in circles looking for the last house to trick-or-treat, or the last hidden child.

By far the biggest hook for this game is the classic Tim Schafer-esque humour and dialogue that we’ve come to expect from Double-Fine. Whilst not every line will necessarily make you laugh out loud, it’s hard not to at least smirk. At the very least, you’ll appreciate the effort that Double Fine has gone through to give each and every character a unique line of dialogue. It should be noted that the game lacks any voice acting, instead opting to go with on-screen text. On one hand, it’s a shame, given how awesome the voice acting has been in some of DF’s earlier (i.e. Psychonauts) or later (i.e. Broken Age) has been. On the other hand, bad voice acting could have destroyed the delivery of the quirky, humorous one-liners.

Overall verdict:
Overall, the game was largely disappointing. It’s a shame, really, because the quirky presentation and humour really highlighted everything I love about Tim Schafer’s games – it was more everything else that let the game down, most notably the repetitive and shallow gameplay. I can honestly say that during the 8 or so hours that I spent finishing the game (including the DLC), I can’t think of many moments that I actually enjoyed myself. Therefore, with a heavy heart, I can’t recommend this game to anyone.

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7.5 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: november 8.
Costume Quest is a fun little RPG from the folks at Double Fine. You play as one of two suburbanite siblings (brother or sister) on a quest to save the other from monsters on Halloween, but the only way to do that is by trick or treating, getting candy, and crafting more costumes, naturally. From start to finish, this game does a great job in recreating the wonder and excitement of Halloween that we all remember from when we were little. You're not in costume as a robot, you ARE a robot. Each costume transforms the character into what the costume represents when you enter combat, a brilliant idea that makes you feel like your imagination is making it happen, as it did as kids. Each costume gives you different stats, 1 special move in combat, and some also have special abilites on the world map that you need to use to progress in a puzzle like way, though I am disappointed that the different costumes look the same regardless of which party member is wearing them.

This game oozes personality with its fantastic writing and entertaining characters. It creates a fun world that is both whimsical and believable and for that, Double Fine deserves a lot of credit. The game consists or 3 zones (for the normal game and 1 additional zone for the expansion Grubbins on Ice) that are each varied, noticeably distinct and very well realized. You start in the most familiar of places and gradually move to the more fantastic. The further you progress gives a feeling of going deeper down the rabbit hole. It's an adventure that, once finished, leaves you glad you made the journey.

This game is not perfect though. As with most turn based RPGs, the combat can get repetitive, and the system is rather shallow. There are only 3 choices in combat, basic attack, special move, and stamp attack. The special move is only available every 3rd turn and the stamp attack only exists if you have an ability stamp equipped so most of the time you will be using basic attack and each costume only has one animation for each battle option. Though combat incorporating timed button presses to strike harder or deflect some of an attack aids in keeping the player focused. Those same presses lead to another complaint: the default keyboard mapping is a bit strange and even movement felt a bit clunky on the keyboard; once I switched to an XBox 360 controller, the controls felt great and much more natural.

Another minor complaint is that sometimes the text goes by too fast (automatically) and you may miss a line here or there, which can be disappointing as the writing is a big part of what makes the game so enjoyable, but that's just a nitpick.

Also I wish the game were a bit longer, I managed to 100% complete the game in around 7 and a half hours. I wouldn't say the length is a con, more that I enjoyed playing and hated for it to end.

Overall: A great game with a great story, writing and atmosphere. It manages to accomplish exactly what it sets out to do. Could some things have been a bit better? Sure, but that can be said about most games out there. I'd give it 8.5/10
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15 emberből 9 (60%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
3.1 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: november 3.
I am legitimately bamboozled as to why in terms of sequels (and besides Psychonauts, obviously) a Costume Quest 2 was Double Fine's most requested game.

Having never experienced the joy of picking razor blades out of both my mouth and the apples I'd been bobbing with it, Costume Quest offers little to separate itself from a conventional turn-based RPG.

Characters are surprisingly bland for a Double Fine title, with the protagonists - brilliantly named Wren & Reynold respectively to reassure us that we're not simply a single child experiencing gender dysphoria - being catapulted into a mystical world of ... suburban America.

Levels are surprisingly bland, designed to keep in mind with the trick-or-treat adage of being lined with residences from which you can pilfer sweets (which acts as the game's main form of currency) to random encounter battles with various goblins of all shapes and sizes, none of which are particularly interesting, by the way.

One of the main draws of Costume Quest is - no surprises here - the costumes, of which there are over 10 to choose from, through which the respective child will put it up to their imagination to adopt the persona of said costume during battle, but I guarantee you'll always assign at least one character to be the starting robot as he's one of the few characters with an actually practical overworld skill, a crushing flaw that the sequel has rectified as every child apparently dons a set of Heelys like they're the up-and-coming Halloween fashion trend.

These costumes provide them with specific stat boosts and special moves to be used throughout the turn-based battles, of which there are many, and no.

They are not fun.

What encompasses a massive portion of the game is a dreary slog through "almost-impossible-to-avoid-but-on-occassion-are-actually-possible-to-avoid-but-don't-do-that-or-you'll-regret-it-later-when-you're-severely-underleveled-and-can't-beat-those-damned-orcs-who-one-shot-you-if-left-to-power-up-for-a-turn" turn based battles.

During which and referring to a traditional Xbox / PS3 joypad (if you're into letting MotionInJoy destroy your computer), each of the face buttons are allocated to Attack, Special, or Stickers your character can use to perform other moves such as stunning one enemy or stealing health from them - otherwise known as Battle Stickers, which can also be used to grant passive bonuses to a character within battle such as meager health regeneration or an attack bonus.

But that's all it really comes down to: asides from the selling point of sheer nostalgia that Halloween provides, it's a creative concept but with little left of substance to really keep you entertained - battles consist of lame tactile inputs that increase damage dealt and reduce damage taken, adding about as much flow as one would expect from a motorcycle trip down the side of Mt. Everest. Characters are about as engaging as one would assume eating dried glue to be. The overworlds and stylisation, while pretty, leave much to be desired as there's absolutely nothing to do in them except go apple bobbing for the seventeen billionth time. Quests usually consist of "Fetch me this" or "Gather the costume parts and then go fetch me this using your new light up sword ability" Because clearly darkness equates to solid matter which one cannot simply man up enough to walk through. Especially when there consists of all of one whole foot length of shadow which is otherwise completely unassailable even when you can see the other side.

And don't get me started on the Fry Spider.

Edit: Apparently I had drank too much t.
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2 emberből 2 (100%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
51.1 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: november 7.
A sweet little seasonal game that, despite infuriatingly repetetive QTE-based fights with unskippable animations, may just be able to keep your attention for long enough to remain enjoyable throughout.

I'm not from a culture where Halloween is celebrated much, but the design and mood of the game made me kind of regret that I never went trick or treating as a kid, which of course speaks all the more in Costume Quest's favour.
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1 emberből 1 (100%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
206.2 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: november 5.
Great fun! Always give this one a replay during the Halloween season!
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10.7 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: november 6.
One of the most fun cute little game ive played in a while. two thumbs up!
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1 emberből 1 (100%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
17.5 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: november 10.
I love this game! I was looking for something to get me in the mood for Halloween and this was perfect- cute, spooky and full of little details and secrets. There are lots of side-quests and things to collect along the way, which appeals to me a lot. The costumes and battle opening sequences for each costume are really well done. The one thing I struggled with initially was the mechanics during battles; you have to press the specified key at exactly the right time to execute a successful attack or defence which took me a while to get my head around! After a while, though, I found this aspect to be enjoyable and the difficulty curve was just right, I think. All in all I loved playing this, and would definitely recommend to those who like cuteness, collecting things and really well decorated Halloween scenes :)
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1 emberből 1 (100%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
5.8 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: november 8.
Cute concept, shallow gameplay.
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1 emberből 1 (100%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
30.3 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: november 9.
The combat gets repetitive very quickly(a lot of the cutscenes can be canceled by pressing shift key - thank god) but the other stuff is preety good. If the game is on sale it is definitly worh buying.
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20.1 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: november 12.
If you're expecting an enthralling epic, don't look here. It's fun, it's simple, and it's reasonably amusing.
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1 emberből 1 (100%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
8.2 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: november 27.
A amazingly fun game for kids to adults. reminds me of the old school rps of my childhood.
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2 emberből 1 (50%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
11.6 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: október 31.
Well after playing the game for a while I had to change my recomendation because I was lost in it's Cutzi ways. Well sometimes it was a bit to tough for my taste but only because I misunderstood the battelstamps, you have to assign one for each character or they do absolutly nothing. So it is an easy and charming game with some twits and nice sets of ceneries. So in all if you look for a satisfying game that is just like a vacation from all the hard games around here, pick this one. Expecially if you search for something cute to play over Halloween.

The Negative Aspects:
The problem is that the controls feel stiff, and that is pretty rare for a PC game. It feels more fluent with a controller with analog sticks but it is ruined by the quick time events. While in the keymenu where you can rebind the keys they are labeled with 1, 2, 3 and 4 and so on (Also some keys are not bindable and just bindthemselve as they feel like) in the game they are indicated with xbox360 controller keys. Which makes this game impossible to play with a PlayStation controller or any other not xbox360 controller, (except maybe an SNES controller but no analogsticks so the stiff feeling is back). And you may think, it can't be that bad with the keyboard, well you have to precisly manouver trough seom ramps while speeding up.

Also I am very disapointed that there are no voice actors. I mean it is fine but the text scroles to fast and also the big bubbles block the view.
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8.6 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: november 1.
If you're a fan of RPG's and Halloween, then this game is a must play. I played and beat this back when it was released on PS3. In spirit of this year's Halloween, I decided to play it again. I was surprised that the expansion campaign was added for FREE, kudos. This isn't some complex RPG, but merely an ode to when we were kids. Imagine how a kid feels and sees the world when he's wearing a cardboard robot costume, only to transform into a huge robot in battle that can fire missles! It's a cute idea and implemented well. That combat system is very simple, but it'll keep your attention since you need to complete various tasks such as "press button X" at the correct time. Small sense of accomplishment when you finally gather all the materials for a new costume and test out their special attacks. Took me about 8 hours to complete, still very much worth the 2nd time around. A kid would have a blast with this game, yet it is also for the adult that is also a kid at heart.
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10.6 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: november 2.
Cute little RPG game that is quite addictive. I love that all of the costumes have their own in-battle special ability. The first time I got into battle I was reminded of the South Park episode that involved anime. The quests are simple. Every chapter you end up needing to find kids, find cards to trade, and trick or treat a number of places. There are some optional quests to complete for all you completionists.

Well worth the play through if you like cutesie no stress rpg games with wisecracks to make you giggle.
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2 emberből 1 (50%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
1.1 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: október 29.
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2 emberből 1 (50%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
7.1 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: október 31.
The perfect Halloween game with cool costumes and monsters to kill !
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1 emberből 0 (0%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
4.9 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: november 11.
Okay, I'm not gonna judge the game unfairly since I haven't even played it for a full hour. But let me quickly list the pros and cons from what I noticed so far from that short gameplay:

Pros: Cute original story, great to play during October or even Halloween if you wanna show off to your friends the game. It's hard to find decent RPGs out there that are unique and fun to play really. I give this one a 9/10

Cons: The one problem I have with this game, reason why it didn't get 10/10 is on some scenes, the text bubbles go by automatically, and at some points, sometimes fast. I'm a fast typer, but my reading isn't bullet-fast. If this game could make it to where you can press "Spacebar" on ALL text bubbles (or at LEAST add the ability to enable or disable it in the Options settings), then this game would get that 10/10.

Other than that, that's it. I'm sure I'll get around to finishing this game at some point, but I may just wait till next year around October. Have too many games on my plate as is I'm trying to knock off.
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5 emberből 0 (0%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
1.5 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: november 14.
this game sucks its so bad all you do is get costumes and kill the same old enemies. you play as 2 little kids who have no idea wat they are doing. its a rlly bad game and u shld nvr buy it. flappy bird is better

just kidding this game is awesome i love it!
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0.7 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: november 19.
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