Esta vez no fallará. Esta vez Osiris enseñará al mundo de los humanos de lo que es capaz. Pero no le basta el ankh - no mientras no encuentre la parte más importante de su cuerpo: su corazón. La vida no ha sido fácil para Assil. Han pasado solo tres semanas desde que ha conseguido deshacerse de su maldición.
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Esta vez no fallará. Esta vez Osiris enseñará al mundo de los humanos de lo que es capaz. Pero no le basta el ankh - no mientras no encuentre la parte más importante de su cuerpo: su corazón.

La vida no ha sido fácil para Assil. Han pasado solo tres semanas desde que ha conseguido deshacerse de su maldición. Desde entonces, su relación con Thara se ha ido a pique y unos siniestros asesinos le han robado el ankh. Pero Assil se propone volver a recuperarlo todo.

Sin embargo, no es la única víctima, hay otra: ¡el faraón! De un momento a otro ha pasado de estar sentado en su trono, apático, perezoso, pasando la resaca, a ser esclavo de sus propios prisioneros - ¿Cómo puede haber ocurrido? Y más importante: ¿Cómo va arreglárselas para salir vivo de todo esto?

Ankh: Heart Of Osiris se vuelve más emocionante y bizarro a medida que el jugador se sumerge en el pícaro mundo del viejo Cairo. Encontrarás un montón de caras conocidas, pero también muchas sorpresas y el mismo humor negro del primer Ankh.

Requisitos del sistema

    • Sistema Operativo: Windows XP o Vista
    • Procesador: Procesador a 2 GHz
    • Memoria: 512 MB RAM
    • Tarjeta Gráfica: Tarjeta Gráfica Radeon 9800 / GeForce 5800 con 128 MB de memoria o mejor
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c
    • Disco Duro:
    • Tarjeta de Sonido: Tarjeta de Sonido compatible con DirectX
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A 1 de 2 personas (50%) les ha sido útil este análisis
5.8 h registradas
Publicado: 7 de junio
I've seen plenty of sequels that want to rely so heavily on building up to the third installment that the story goes missing (I'm looking at you, Dragon Age II!), but I've rarely seen a second game that uses the first as it's crutch. Mainly because that's such a stupid idea, and yet that's pretty much what Ankh 2 seems to be doing a lot of. I've never played the first, but with how many things are mentioned for happening in the first game and how little is explained at whatever the hell is going on when I jump in the game, leaving me with this subliminal message to get Ankh 1 (Which I won't, because of how pestered I was). In the end, I was left with my imagination to fill in what happened in the Ankh 1... and that's not a good thing to do. If you make a sequel, it should have elements of it's predecessor, but still be able to stand on it's own. Come on Ankh 2! Look over at Mass Effect 2, Arkham City, and Assassin's Creed II. They're doing it just fine! Even Final Fantasy can make a game that stands on it's own... about 15 completely different ways, though. But that isn't the only think that made me dislike Ankh 2. The game's graphics, while cartoony and colorful, have poor texturing and the game likes to do the occaisional zoom in on some of the objects, which made me sneer at my laptop screen.

On top of that, the story is urine poor (I'm allowed to say "urine", right?). There are a few jokes that hit me with the "nostril snort and slight smirk" reaction, but very few and most of them are incredibly cheesey- just like the voice actors. And they're all pretty much rubbish. Except for Moses. He was decent. But everyone else was very obviously acting. The story also wants to hit these serious moments and build up this particular love triangle when I had no absolute belief in either because of how odd the former stood out like sore thumbs and how forced the latter felt. Along with that, the story's biggest flaw is caused mainly by the gameplay which is about as slow as a donkey with two broken legs and no carrot in front of it's face. Characters- even when running- are hardly going that fast and always maintain the same animation- which is alright for a casual scene. But in suspense, action, and intense scenes- these really bring all that feeling down to a screeching halt. Along with the occasional game flops, like screen glitches and crashes. There was one point that I had played four hours worth of the game and was close to beating it, and I accidentally saved just as the game broke on me, and I ended up having to go all the way back and rush to where I left off.

Another huge problem is the logic of this game. Sure, it's like many point-and-click puzzle games (where the most specific, strange things can solve puzzles, even when other objects in your inventory could suit the job just as easily), but honestly. How was I supposed to know that a doll with it's head popped off should hold a candle? Or that I should use the Eleventh Commandment Tablet as a wrecking ball? OR that I can split a coconut with a cuckoo-clock's bird and use said coconut to revive a parrot?

And my final complaint, is more of something I just noticed when I was getting towards the end of the game. How to Thara and Assil have the magic ability to telepathically communicate to each other during puzzles so that one on the opposite side of the stadium knows that they need to direct a sunbeam produced by another and reflect it right back at them?

I'm going to play Ankh 3 not because I want to, but because Ioolishly bought both and now it's just sitting there, staring at me in my inventory- and the slight charm of this game which existed as much as a fly's fart in the midst of a tornado. To those looking to play this game, play at your own risk. If you like puzzles... play at your own risk. If you like parodies of Egyptian society... I suppose you'll like this. If you like weird B-movie stories... I guess you'll like this too. But only buy it on discount. I'd never pay the full price for this.
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A 1 de 4 personas (25%) les ha sido útil este análisis
0.5 h registradas
Publicado: 21 de julio de 2014
Puede que sea un buen juego, no me importan las aventuras graficas, pero indagando en internet me entere que se tradujo al español en su dia, pero steam lo tiene solo en ingles asi que no lo recomiendo si no sabeis el idioma.
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12.6 h registradas
Publicado: 31 de enero de 2014
Recomended, strongly for diehard adventure gamers. Writing, art and puzzles are all good. The game excells in theme and feel. It is funny, irreverent and well put together. Sometimes it can feel a little like "Monkey Island: The Egyptian Years", which is OK, as long you know what you're getting into.
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13.2 h registradas
Publicado: 22 de agosto de 2014
The Heart of Humor...

You should buy this game if you like adventure games, humor, and you find it on sale.

You should avoid this game if any of the above does not apply to you.
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A 13 de 18 personas (72%) les ha sido útil este análisis
2.1 h registradas
Publicado: 12 de febrero de 2014
Loving this game! It is kinda tricky so I don't recommend this game to anyone that has a hard time being reaaaally patient. The puzzles are elite and I have to admit that I've had to use a walkthrough to get through a couple of the puzzles, but it's not impossible! The story line is an A+. However, there are a few things that should change, starting with the movement. The walking is VERY slow and can get annoying at times. I would also change the camera views to allow people to control the view themselves. The camera view in this game is automatic and causes trouble at times. Sound track is pretty good and the game is sorta humerous! The talks with each individual in the game allows you to choose different subjects to talk about, but it's up to you to find out which conversation will lead you to the next task in the game. Overall, I give this game a 9/10! I got the game on sale, but I would pay full price if I had to.
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