Darkstar One oferece uma fantástica liberdade de escolha. As missões baseadas na história levar-te-ão até ao fundo da galáxia, onde conhecerás novas raças, novas tecnologias e adversários cada vez mais fortes.
Data de lançamento: 14 Ago 2006
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Darkstar One oferece uma fantástica liberdade de escolha. As missões baseadas na história levar-te-ão até ao fundo da galáxia, onde conhecerás novas raças, novas tecnologias e adversários cada vez mais fortes. Explora uma grande variedade de sistemas solares à procura dos artefactos escondidos das antigas raças, importantes objectos utilizados para melhorar a tua nave, a Darkstar One.
Além dos artefactos, terás de conseguir dinheiro para comprar melhores equipamentos, como armas e escudos. Podes ganhar dinheiro de infinitas formas: fazendo missões, caçando recompensas, na pirataria, no contrabando, no comércio, fazendo escoltas, transportando, com prémios e muito mais.
  • Um vasto universo simulado com muitas raças únicas, naves espaciais e tácticas de combate.
  • Desenrolar da história, relatada por mais de cinquenta minutos de sequências de vídeo.
  • Configura e melhora a tua nave, a Darkstar One, da forma como queiras, construindo uma nave de ataque rápido com muitas armas ligeiras ou um cruzador quase invencível com armamento pesado.
  • Mais de duzentas armas, escudos e equipamentos.
  • Foguetes, torpedos e minas especiais para o uso táctico: as minas podem ser disparadas contra os inimigos ou usadas para desviar mísseis que se aproximem.
  • O "Spell Weapon" (Arma Feitiço): uma arma especial, com um poderoso efeito, semelhante ao de certas magias dos RPG. Esta arma vai ficando cada vez mais versátil durante o jogo, aumentando as opções tácticas.
  • Consegue armas de outras raças: monta armas das várias raças na "Darkstar One", cada uma com funções únicas que requerem diferentes tácticas de combate.
  • Embarca em missões especiais: explora desfiladeiros ou até mesmo subterrâneos de mundos desconhecidos.
  • Liberdade de escolha: ganha dinheiro de várias formas: lutando, na pirataria, nas missões, no contrabando, no comércio, fazendo escoltas, transportando, com prémios e muito mais.
  • Joga como o "herói" ou o "mau da fita" e tira proveito das disputas políticas.

Requisitos do Sistema

    Minimum:
    • Supported OS: Windows XP (32 bit)
    • Processor: 1.6 GHz Intel or AMD processor
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Sound: DirectX compatible Sound Card
    • Graphics: DirectX 9 compatible 128 MB graphics card with support for pixel/vertex shader 1.1 (GeForce 3 and above)
    • Hard Drive: 6 GB HD Space
    Recommended:
    • Supported OS: Windows XP with SP2
    • Processor: 3.0 GHz Intel or AMD processor
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Sound: DirectX compatible Sound Card
    • Graphics: DirectX 9 compatible 256 MB graphics card with support for pixel/vertex shader 3.0 (GeForce 6/Radeon x1x00 and above)
    • Hard Drive: 7 GB HD Space
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11 de 11 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
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21.8 hrs em registo
Nice space sim. Sadly enough, that's about it. The character animations and voice acting are a bit stiff, the story is kinda boring and predictable.

BUT the fighting is fun, the upgrade system is great, the game looks nice and the alien races are distinct. And in a genre that is as starved as this, that's enough sometimes.

Well, at least until Star Citizen is released next year.
Publicada: 26 novembro 2013
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10 de 10 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
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35.7 hrs em registo
A fun, inexpensive space combat and trading game with some customization options and a servicable story. Can be quite addictive and is easy to get into, unlike some other games in the genre. Becomes a bit repetitive after a while, but you could probably push through and finish the main story a lot quicker than I did. If you're looking for something in the genre and don't want something too insanely deep or hard to get into, it's worth a shot. May not sound like the most resounding endorsement, but this game ended up being quite high on my hours played list and I certainly enjoyed it the entire time I did so.
Publicada: 9 agosto 2013
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7 de 8 pessoas (88%) acharam esta análise útil
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53.0 hrs em registo
This is one of those games that, while you play it, it is enough to keep you playing and, once you finish it, you forget about it. Not bad, but not amazing.

I think those who would appreciate it most are those that haven't played games like Freelancer or X before. The rest will see it as an alright game that doesn't do anything new, but was amusing nonetheless.
Publicada: 1 dezembro 2013
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5 de 5 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
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39.4 hrs em registo
Darkstar One is a space flight simulator in the trade/fight/explore genre that most people are familiar with from games like Elite and Freelancer. Darkstar One is not a game that deviates much from the tried and true, most of the features and design direction you find in Darkstar you will also find in the older successes of the genre.

You play the game as Kayron Jarvis, a young pilot who's father was recently killed through nefarious means and you set out to discover the truth. Of course you will quickly trip over a number of large conspiracies and eventually have to save the galaxy from an evil race of aliens. That is all standard.

To aid you in this quest you have the unique and powerful spaceship "Darkstar One" at your disposal. Unlike other games in the genre you will be stuck inside this one ship for the entirety of the game. That is not to say you will be stuck with the same capabilities for the entire game. As you progress through the game you will find artifacts for your Darkstar that will allow you to upgrade your ship with additional weapons and turrets.

Visually, Darkstar One looks pretty enough not to disappoint. The special effects are not overdone, and the visible part of the ship's cockpit feels gritty and natural. The design of the ships and other larger space vessels is striking at first, but it does become somewhat repetitive after a while.

The sound effects, while not top-notch were good enough to sort of blend into the gameplay seamlessly. The voice acting, on the other hand, is mysteriously void of the "acting" part. Blame it on the fact that the game was translated from German.

The biggest problem that Darkstar has by far is the fact that it simply feels like a pale copy of other, far more successful games in the genre. There is nothing in it to grab you while playing. The combat is overly simplistic after you master the controls and the story is about as engaging as the evening news. You almost get the feeling that Darkstar One was put together by people who either didn't know how to make an interesting game, or simply lacked the will to do it. Darkstar One is in need of fire and passion; it lacks the imagination and creativity needed to captivate the player. The gameplay feels flat and it becomes very tedious after a while. Even though the initial impressions may suggest differently, Darkstar One doesn't deliver the type of experience that space sim fans are looking for.

It's not a game I'd normally recommend to anyone but it just happens to be in a genre that is woefully short on quality these days so if you're fan of the genre you will probably end up playing this at some point regardless of it's faults.
Publicada: 8 dezembro 2012
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4 de 4 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
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Entertaining, although not very versatile. The idea of mixing RPG elements by creating an evolving ship is nice, but merely replaces the opportunity to switch spacecrafts and try out new combinations. Missions might become repetitive (and far less challenging) once you understand the basic components which they are constructed with.

If you are looking for an in-depth 4X game along the lines of X: Beyond the Frontier and its sequels, this might be too shallow for you. If you are looking for a more space combat focused game, give it a try. Do not expect the intensity of a Freelancer or Freespace, but at least it might still the hunger until a next Indepence War sequel arrives.
Publicada: 29 dezembro 2013
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