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Désigné par le doigt de la destinée, Abe™, cireur de parquet première classe de l'entreprise RuptureFarms, se retrouva un beau jour au cœur d'une aventure singulière après avoir appris que son patron, Molluck le Glukkon™, avait pour plan de le transformer en chair à saucisse.
Date de parution: 12 déc 1997
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Acheter Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee®

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À propos du jeu

Désigné par le doigt de la destinée, Abe™, cireur de parquet première classe de l'entreprise RuptureFarms, se retrouva un beau jour au cœur d'une aventure singulière après avoir appris que son patron, Molluck le Glukkon™, avait pour plan de le transformer en chair à saucisse.
Au cours de la tentative d'évasion de cette entreprise, Abe reçut une vision qui le faisait apparaitre comme le sauveur du monde d'Oddworld des griffes du Cartel Magog.
Après de nombreuses péripéties, Abe fut doté du pouvoir de Shrykull ce qui lui permit de se sauver ses compagnons d'infortune et de se charger de Molluck.

Configuration requise

    • Interface : Système 100% compatible Windows 2000/XP (exclusif)
    • Processeur : Pentium 166 MHz (200 MHz recommandé)
    • Mémoire : 16 Mo (32 Mo recommandé)
    • Direct X : 6
    • Son : compatible 100% Soundblaster
    • Disque dur : 700 Mo
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One of the best games in 1990-2000 this game always is/was/will be in my childhood.
Posté le : 20 décembre 2013
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O wonder!
How many goodly creatures are there here!
How beauteous mankind is! O brave [Oddworld],
That has such people in't.
—William Shakespeare
Posté le : 24 novembre 2013
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I honestly never thought it'd be possible for a 2d platformer from the near-late 90's to have a great atmosphere, but hoo boy, does it nail it well. While it definitely does show its age, Abe's Oddysee is still a wonderful adventure/puzzle platformer that's sufficiently challenging while not being incredibly frustrating. Though, you're probably going to wind up getting the bad ending on your first run; there's a lot of secret areas in the game, and if you're aiming to rescue ALL of your fellow workers, then... well... good luck to you. Plus there's the matter of all the cute-but-ferocious critters aiming to eat and/or shoot you.

Of course, there's the appeal of the upcoming New 'n' Tasty remake that will present the game in stunning 3D, but if you want a throwback to the PS1-era past before then, you've come to the right place.
Posté le : 27 novembre 2013
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I'm happy this game is availble to play on steam, I'm also happy it worked.
However, I bought this with the aim of saving all 99 Mudokons, something I never did as a child.
I did it and was expecting the special end cut scene for finding all the secrets and instead I got a message saying their lawyers wouldn't allow them to use the old content and instead my reward was a list of all the cutscenes through out the game and the only one that actually loaded was the bad ending. What a joke.

I feel robbed.
Posté le : 24 mars 2014
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9 personne(s) sur 11 (82%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Easily a contender for my favorite game of all time. The story is a fantastic example of handling serious issues without being preachy, never forgetting to be fun and amusing. The blend of 2D stealth, puzzling and platforming gameplay is just about perfect, and challenging without being excessively punishing. The controls are similar to Tomb Raider, in that they are very precise; they follow strict rules, and your every move is calculable. The visuals are also pushed to the absolute limits of the PlayStation; you won't find any polygons in this one, and the cutscene-to-gameplay transitions are so seamless it's uncanny.

The only reasonable gripe I can see people having with it is the difficulty. The game is not without its trial and error, for sure, and this game lacks the quicksave option of Exoddus. I've heard some describe its challenge as ranging from "unreasonable" to "impossible." On the front of the old PlayStation jewel case, you'll even see it blantantly say it has "inexplicably challenging gameplay," and all you have to deal with that is a functional brain and infinite lives (you'll need them.) Oh, and magical powers. The game might have "forgotten" to tell you that until the third level... whoops. Yes, all this game teaches you are the basics. There isn't much hand-holding, and you will likely get the bad ending on your first playthrough. However, you will get a chance to fix that, starting from the beginning of the final level. This was certainly a deliberate design decision. If you have reservations about the difficulty of this game, play Exoddus first, for the quicksave, and an even larger game.
Posté le : 16 décembre 2013
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Récompenses

    Best Director CD ROM/Game Platform - World Animation Festival (1997) Nobel Prize - PC Computing (1997) PC Games "A" List - PC Games (1998) 1997 Best Action/Adventure Award - PC Player (1998) Editor's Choice -April - PC Gamer (1998)