Abe™, gulvboner av første klasse for RuptureFarms, blir utvalgt av skjebnen og kastes inn i et liv av spenning når han overhører planene til sjefen sin, Molluck the Glukkon™, om å gjøre Abe og Mudokon-kameratene hans om til godbiter som et siste desperat forsøk på å redde det sviktende kjøttimperiet sitt.
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Utgivelsesdato: 12. des, 1997

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Abe™, gulvboner av første klasse for RuptureFarms, blir utvalgt av skjebnen og kastes inn i et liv av spenning når han overhører planene til sjefen sin, Molluck the Glukkon™, om å gjøre Abe og Mudokon-kameratene hans om til godbiter som et siste desperat forsøk på å redde det sviktende kjøttimperiet sitt.
Under flukten fra RuptureFarms får Abe et syn fra den mystiske Big Face, der han ser at han ikke bare må redde Mudokon-kameratene sine, men også beskytte alle skapningene i Oddworld mot det rovgriske Magog-kartellet.
Etter å ha fullført krevende tempelutfordringer og reist gjennom ødemarken med vennen Elum får Abe den utrolige Shrykull-evnen. Når Abe kommer tilbake til RuptureFarms, ødelegger han det fryktelige slakteriet, redder kameratene sine og rammer Mollucks spisse hode med noen velfortjente fulltreffere.

Systemkrav

    • Operativsystem som støttes: Et 100 % Windows 2000-/XP-kompatibelt datasystem (kun disse)
    • Prosessor: 166 MHz Pentium-prosessor (200 MHz anbefales)
    • Minne: 16 MB (32 MB eller mer anbefales)
    • Direct X: 6
    • Lyd: 100 % Soundblaster-kompatibel
    • Harddisk: 700 MB ledig
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129 av 148 personer (87%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 8. juli
Why is it that a 1997 game can be 10x more fun then cod.
 
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WARNING! THIS GAME CAN BE DIFFICULT!

But, AH! The memories! :D

The protagonist of this memorable tale is named Abe. A Mudokon who was born a slave and works for RuptureFarms, a meat processing factory. One day Abe discovers that he and his kind are to be sent to the slaughterhouse. Not only that, they will soon become the "new & tasty" delicasy on the menu! He decides that he better make a break from the Glukkons who hold him captive and decides to rescue as many of his fellow Mudokons as he can along the way.
And so, his unexpected quest begins!

There are a total of 99 Mudokons that await liberation. Some of them you really have to look for and there are a bunch of hidden rooms to find them in. Abe must rescue at least 50 of his kinfolk in order to survive the games ending. At times it can be a demanding task with little or no room for mistake to succeed. The game offers a very steep learning curve and rewards you with silly characters, enjoyable scenery, great music (which can and will become annoying when you get stuck), comical yet very well done cutscenes and most importantly, you will experience a fun and satisfying time overall.

PROS:
+ A hilariously alluring story line that draws from a serious matter concerning slavery
+ Fantastic character design and visual concepts
+ Nice graphics and animations (originally released in 1997 and it still looks pretty good)
+ Lots of secret rooms to discover
+ Innovative gameplay that will fulfill your desires for a real challenge

CONS:
- The save feature is not what you'd hope for in a game this grueling (you must reach checkpoints which means you better look forward to replaying strenuous parts over and over, again and again... and again)
- There is no incentive for saving all 99 Mudokons (except for a video that was only featured in the original Playstation version)
- I broke at least one Playstation controller during a rage quit

I remember all the excitement of 3D gaming with the PS1 and still choosing to suffer this brutal sidescrolling platformer in 2D because the game is just so intriguingly awesome. One that still stands compelling to this day. I'd definitely recommend it. A replay even, for nostalgic purposes at least, if you're a gamer of the day. And it's absolutely worth a "taste" if Mudokon is new to you!

My personal rating: 8.5/10
 
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Publisert: 15. november
After 17 years, this game is still as fun as the first time I played it :)
 
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37 av 44 personer (84%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 28. september
Better than Watch Dogs.
 
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20 av 21 personer (95%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 19. oktober
Ah, Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee. There is much that can be said about this particular gem of a game, good challange, great fun and a lot of old fashioned slapstick humor.
As I play this game I start to reminice, reminice about the old times long past; it began in 1990- something, when I was just an inexperienced youngling with the world ahead of me. I had never heard much of games, save the windows 95 classics such as minesweeper and the like. I remember the cold winter evening when I sat behind the window, about a week earlier we got a letter saying that my father was honorably discharged from the frontlines, and that he would return home.
He had fought the swedes in the attempt to secure Norways freedom. I saw a shade move into the garden, the sound of footsteps pressing their way into the wast snow on the ground. I ran to the door to find my father standing there, standing so proud, yet humble in his fusilier uniform, the musket over his shoulder, and a smile of joy visible through his thick beard. As he stepped into the house I saw a strange gray box in his left hand, a box that would later change my life.
Me and my father played many an hour, many games with this gray box, but the first we ever played was Abe's Oddysee.
It was this game that I played in these dark times, and when I played I knew that some day there would be peace.

It also has a great sequel!
 
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Publisert: 28. november
Wait. Wait. Follow me. Okay.



 
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Publisert: 19. november
Nostalgia is 20/20. Abes oddysee still has a great visual aesthetic that marks its world as it's own, and still oozes charm amidst it's meat factory dread. The puzzle platforming rescuing the slaved mudokons has aged terribly without the ability to quicksave, and you will find yourself fighting against some bad design choices and trial and death gameplay which is more punishing than rewarding. As relic of the of the past, it's still worth playing to the end, but you would be suprised how much gameplay has improved over the years, so newcomers might be better persuaded into getting the modern remake.

I played this as a kid back when it first released, and playing it now, I found a lot more context in oddworld. There's an enviromentalist message amidst it's grim take on overconsumption and capitalism.

PROS:
Feels like an adventure
Difficult puzzles
Great style, a very immersive world

CONS:
No quicksave, puzzles can frustrate
The platforming has dated, unresponsive.
requires dedication to save the only obvious 50 mudokons. 50 are in very well hidden locations, and 50 is the cap for the good ending. Its gonna suck finishing the game witht he bad one is all Im saying.

6/10
 
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Publisert: 19. oktober
Masterly crafted.
 
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7 av 7 personer (100%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 10. juli
This game is simply awesome!
It was among the first games I ever played (on Playstation 1) many years ago.

If you enjoy games like this, you should definitely try it out.

Looking forward to the "New 'N' Tasty" version of this game!
 
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5 av 5 personer (100%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 2. oktober
Classic platforming puzzle goodness. The first Oddworld still holds up to the test of time. If you can't wait for New 'n' Tasty to hit Steam or if you are just curious to experience where it all started, it's well worth a purchase!
 
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5 av 5 personer (100%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 16. desember
One of the few ps1 games on steam. I loved watching my older bro play the ♥♥♥♥ out of this, along with the other psx classics.

Now a biological generation later, and I found my best friend's younger siblings watching us play this.
 
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Publisert: 29. september
Altough this game is now more than 15 years old it is still beautiful and awesome. Handpainted backgrounds, great gameplay and the memories of good-old-days of primary school... Well, if you are in challanging platformer games with real soul this one is surely for you.
 
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Publisert: 29. august
In this game you can fart whenever you want without your: family, friends and your girlfriend complaining about it; people instead will laugh at it or answer your farts, with more farts.


What ? You thought this was a serious review ?
 
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Publisert: 23. september
This game is a classic gem and should be bought for it's very great price! To bad the game isnt as well known nowadays :(
 
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Publisert: 16. november
A game that awakens every bit of nostalgia left in your soul. You'll get to experience the importance of patience in a game, while solving numerous well thought-out puzzles. The storyline and concept are unique in its genre and work well with the twisted and subtle humor created by the developpers.

A great game to play in your free time and the best solution to prevent another night of mindless - and time wasting - internet browsing.
 
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5 av 6 personer (83%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 6. august
i love this game and that pretty much it its just a good game
 
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Publisert: 6. juli
ODDWORLD GAMES FOR LIFEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
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Publisert: 9. juli
man this brings back memorys have not played this since it come out back in 97 loved it then still love it know
 
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Publisert: 29. august
AWESOME GAME! Takes me back to my childhood days of ps1 <3
 
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Publisert: 30. september
Unique, stylish, and brilliant. From the gameplay I've seen of New n' Tasty it looks like the original version is still going to be worth playing on its own, so please do so. Surpassed only by the gameplay improvements of Abe's Exoddus -- go forward, not back.
 
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