Una aventura de Halloween creada por Double Fine Productions de Tim Schafer.
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 14 oct. 2011

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Incluye 16 artículos: 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


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Costume Quest es una aventura de Halloween creada por Double Fine Productions, de Tim Schafer. En este simpático juego de rol, elige a tu héroe y haz "truco o trato" a través de tres bonitos entornos repletos del humor y la historia típicos de Double Fine. Completa misiones, construye tu grupo y colecciona disfraces que os permitirán transformaros en poderosos campeones y provocar la caída de los malignos Repugians. Esta heroica historia de vacaciones capturará la imaginación de los niños (y de los niños de corazón).
¡Continúa la aventura de Costume Quest con los Grubbins del paquete Ice DLC, incluido gratis en la versión para PC! Enfréntate a nuevos enemigos mientras recoges misiones adicionales, disfraces, estampas de batalla y siniestras tarjetas de trato. ¡Ayuda a los monstruos a derrotar a Araxia para volver a traer la paz a Repugia!

Requisitos del sistema

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • SO: Windows XP SP3
    • Procesador: Dual Core a 1.4 GHz
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 1.0 GB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: GeForce 7600GS, Radeon X1600 o Intel HD Graphics con 256 MB de VRAM
    • SO: Windows 7
    • Procesador: Dual Core a 2.2 GHz
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: GeForce 220 / Radeon 4550 / Intel HD 3000 Graphics con 256 MB de VRAM
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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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Publicado el 23 de enero
Es un juego entretenido, ni mas ni menos, para jugarlo una vez y ya esta. El tema de los disfraces esta muy currado aqunque le hubiese puesto habilidades especiales algunos que faltan.
Tambien he echado de menos en luchar con el disfraz de monstruo, ya que haciendo truco o trato podias combatir con el, aunque en la trasformacion salia el robot.

A disfrutarlo

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In the glorious words of the immortal Ernest P. Worrell I bring you these words of advice.. "Pretty soon the kids won't have to worry about eating their Brussel sprouts because the Brussel sprouts will be eating them."

Exchange the word Brussel sprouts with candy corn and you'll understand the game of Costume quest, a cute Halloween themed adventure game from the wonderful team at Double Fine entertainment. The same group responsible for such classics as Psychonauts and Brutal Legend (Jack Black playing a rock and roll roadie.... YES PLEASE) In this game you play as Reynold and Wren a pair of twins who have recently moved to a new neighborhood, it's Halloween night and they are planning on going trick or treating. After selecting which sibling you want to control, either Wren, the 10 minute older sister or Reynold the 10 pound heavier member of the dynamite duo, you are shipped off into the world. The selected sibling gets a Robot custom, the other gets dressed as a piece of Candy Corn.. Social norms be damned if you pick the female character.. who says females aren't into Robots :-D certainly not me.

(It was here where the first bit of disbelief struck me, the parents allowed their twin children to leave the house unaccompanied to go trick or treating in a new neighborhood. These are two children who appear to be 8 - 9 years old, wandering the streets of a new neighborhood on Halloween night which is a night when child predators are normally tremendously on the prowl looking for victims. Furthermore, after the sibling you didn't pick gets literally kidnapped, instead of running home, or screaming for help or literally anything we've been teaching children to do for the last 30 years, they decide to go on a crazy adventure to find the sister to avoid punishment. Just a quick note, a police officer is literally a twenty or thirty feet away away from the abduction site...) soap box off

After trick or treating at the first house, the pair try a second, only this time the candy corn gets abducted by a candy stealing grubbin monster... OH MY!!!.. So off we go on an adventure to rescue our sister/brother from the clutches of a nasty candy stealing evil corporation, I'm talking a really dirty nasty organization we haven't seen in video games since Umbrella corporation.. Along the way to rescue your sibling you meet new friends, discover a sinister plot to steal candy, and defeat some monsters making for an amazing Halloween adventure which can be enjoyed at any time of year.

The Story

I pretty much described the story above, siblings, candy, stealing, adventure. The story takes place in three locations, Auburn Pines, which is the starting neighborhood, Autumn Haven Mall (easy enough it's a Mall), and Fall Valley carnival, each area offers up the chance to explore, trick or treat, bob for candy apples, defeat monsters and oh yeah... get that sweet, sweet candy baby.. nuff said!!!

The Gameplay

The first aspect the gamer is introduced to is trick or treating, which is just as it sounds, you go up to a house, knock on the door and wait for a trick (battle) or a trick (candy) It's as simplistic as that. Knocking on doors isn't the only way to collect candy, numerous interactive objects in the environment such as mailboxes, trashcans, shrubs, etc etc etc, can be pounded on by your candy pail in an attempt to wriggle loose a few extra pieces of candy, also numerous areas have candy thrown about on the ground... I personally wouldn't pick up candy off the ground and eat it, but hey whatever floats my characters boat. The game features three types of collectibles, the first is Costumes, you start with the Robot costume, and soon after acquire a knight outfit, others you can collect are the statue of liberty, a unicorn, french fries and many more. Many of the costumes have two special benefits, the first being an extra ability you can use while out of combat, like the Robot which can travel faster, or the Knight, that can shield from falling items. The second ability is a special battle ability, whether it's rockets, a shield of protection or a powerful group heal.

The second type of collectible in the game are battle cards, these cards can be used to further enhance your character, give them additional HP, defense, a stun, etc etc etc, you can buy the cards from Sadie using the candy you collect during your adventure. With each new area, additional cards are added for you to buy, the new cards offer upgrades over the older cards. These are very useful in helping to gain the advantage in your battles to come. The final collectibles are called treat cards, these resemble trading cards, they really serve no purpose, outside of being necessary to complete a few quest and unlocking a costume for collecting all of them. You gain treat cards by defeating enemies and completing quest.

The Combat

The combat in Costume Quest is rather unique, upon starting the battle your given one option to select basic attack (unless you have a battle card which gives you a secondary option like a stun) after selecting that option you're taken into a quick time event. If you succeed in the quicktime event your character does extra damage, if you fail, your character does quite a bit less damage. During the enemy phase of combat, when an enemy attacks one of your characters, you're given another quick time event, if you are successful you defend some of the damage and minimize the damage you receive, if you fail the quick time event the enemy a significant amount of extra damage.

Special ability's - those special abilities each costume has I mentioned above are useful here, after three combat turns each of your character unlocks their costumes special ability, this can be anything from from protection, heals, massive damage to a single or all enemies. It's a good idea to mix and match your party to ensure you have all your bases covered in terms of combat, defense and healing. A good defense is a good offense makes sense in this case. It's especially important to include some type of healing for your party, as no healing exist outside of special ability or battle cards.

The combat sounds simplistic and it is, but the quick time events keep the gamer engaged and on their seat with each successive battle, letting your guard down can and probably will result in you suffering a defeat.

Good story,
interesting characters
unique combat system
very fun to play
easy to 100% if you're into achievements
controller support

Can be a bit too easy with the right combination of costumes/battle cards
Slightly repetitive enemies
occasionally controls can glitch out


I'd highly recommend this game, on paper it looks rather simplistic, it seems to have many strikes against it from a gamer's perspective prior to even installing it, but trust me on this one, once you start playing and get into the story you'll be thoroughly entertained as I was. A fun game to play and enjoy, once you start to play you'll want to keep playing until you finish the the story. It can be a bit difficult to get into, especially when you realize you'll be playing with children as characters, but that's part of the charm, a person of any age can kick back and enjoy the thrills and exciting of going trick or treating once again.. (without having your neighbors call you a cheapskate ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ for trying to collect candy from them) I'd really suggest taking the plunge, buying the game, collecting the candy and saving Halloween for children and adults all across the world..
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Publicado el 10 de abril
Costume Quest - probably the most easy-going RPG you'll ever play... I'll explain why that isn't a bad thing.

Costume Quest is brought to us from the makers of Psychonauts, Grim Fandango, and Broken Age so right off the bat, you know that this game is going to have great mechanics which make the game stand out from the crowd along with a creative storyline.

Costume Quest is all about Halloween and the fun that comes with it. You pick between a girl and a boy character at the start of the game, you knock on houses in the neighborhood to collect candy which you use in the game as currency. It's a shorter game so it's starts off quickly, with a bang but the gameplay never gets or feels competitve.

Combat is turned based. When you approach an enemy, you go into battle realm mode where your costume morphs you into a hero based on what costume you are wearing.

Outside of combat, you will be tasked with some simple (but relevant) side quests which reward you with new parts for new costumes, more candy for upgrades, booster cards (battle power-ups), and other items you may or may not need to progress the game. There's also a few mini-games for you to enjoy as well.

The audio is nothing to brag about. The soundtrack is kinda repetitive but it does set a dark tone for the game. Kind of Tim Burton-esque. There is no voice acting really but there are some decent sound sound effects which change up the mood before going back to the same old tune.
Costume Quest's storyline is told by animations and text even though it's a newer rpg game...

Then we have the cute art style which makes up for the lack of audio. The cel-shaded goodness has always been appealing to me, I've always been a fan of the 3D cartoon look that only cel-shading graphics can achieve. It's cute and fun and offers an early 2000's colorful look to it.

The gameplay that Costume Quest has going on is addicting, making new friends, playing hide and seek, etc.. it all feels freakishly familiar. It really reminds me of how it felt to go trick or treating as a kid -running around the neighbrhood, meeting other kids and talking to them about their costume and other life topics is believably eerie and well-written.

One of the most important things to mention about Costume Quest is that each costume reacts differently in and outside of battle...
And that's a clever thing that Double Fine did here. Not only does each costume have a different fighting style in battle but outside that, each costume also has a unique ability to help you open up secret paths or achieve certain things. This makes for a great feeling when earning/unlocking new costumes (as it only adds to exploration and new ideas in the game).

Overall, this is a great one-of-a-kind rpg experience for both hardcore and casual rpg players alike. Short, simple and sweet but executed well enough for you to want more. It's charm will keep reeling you in and it will most likely bring out your inner child.... and YOUR SWEET TOOTH!

Review based off current game build and I purchased the game 80% off on a sale awhile back.

Check out this Earthbound inspired game when you get a chance and don't forget to have a fairly large bag of candy to munch on!
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Unfortunately, I really can't give this game a good review.

I tried to enjoy it, I really did, I mean its Double Fine right?

The gameplay is almost non-existent and all three of the chapters have the same bobbing for apples minigame over and over again. There was no originality. Why could we not see three different mini games?

The variety of monsters was also very lack luster, they introduce new species that have only about 4 or 5 varieties each for a total of under 20. Plus all most of them do is just attack you, no special moves, no variables, just one attack. I get that it was supposed to be simplistic, but it was just too much so for my taste.

The supposedly clever humor also fell flat in my opinion, the writing was not NEARLY as good as what I am accustomed to from this studio. I loved brutal legend and I loved Iron brigade not only because the games were fun, but they were hilarious as well. It also hurt that the dialogue is not voiced.

If you are looking for a cutesy little game for a young child who has 6 hours to burn, I say go for this as long as it’s under 10$. Otherwise unless you are a Double Fine fanboy (which is not necessarily a bad thing, they make good games) then just walk away.
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A very fun and cute RPG

Best played near the halloween holiday, or on the holiday if you feel too old to trick or treat.

+Enjoyable story
+Great game for any age
+Battles are nice to look at
+Halloween theme is perfect
+Good music and sound effects
+Has main quests and side quests
+Combat is fun, animations are great
+Has trading cards and achievements
+Different costumes have different abilities
+The world and characters are nicely detailed
+Paid DLC on consoles is included free in the PC version

-Combat is lacking
-Battles can easily get repetitive

Download Size: 635mb
Trading Cards: 9 cards in the set
Achievement Difficulty: Easy to 100%
Hours to 100%: 10-11

It's a lovely game to get near halloween, still fun any time of the year. For the full price of £6.99 it's ok, I would prefer more content at that price, on sale it's 100% worth it.
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