Esplora ambienti post-apocalittici dilaniati dalla guerra e combatti contro i nemici usando varie armi in questo ibrido FPS/RTS.
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Data di rilascio: 26 set 2011

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"ND is a hybrid FPS/RTS,that combine teamwork with real time action,good & big maps,12+ weapons 10/10"
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30 giugno

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2 maggio

Nuclear Dawn Dedicated Server update released

An optional server update has been released with the following changes:

  • Fixed issue with wall regeneration causing walls to require a single high amount of damage to destroy them when nearing low health (rather than continuing to accumulate damage).
  • Fixed a crash that could occur when selling Sonic Turrets.
  • Fixed a crash that could occur when R.E.D.s detonated.
  • Fixed an exploit that could allow instant class/subclass changes when not near an armory.
  • Fixed Poison Command Ability not dealing damage in affected area.
  • Updated Bad Santa achievement to be attainable any time during December and January.

Additionally, the Authoring Tools have been updated to fix a crash issue when running the game in -tools mode.

Thank you to yed of NDix for assistance in identifying causes of some of the issues and helping test fixes.

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Recensioni

“If Savage and Natural Selection were your games of choice you'll find a natural home in Nuclear Dawn.”
Rock Paper Shotgun
“...an exhilarating multiplayer experience.”
8/10 – Destructoid
“A surprisingly deep and well-designed FPS/RTS hybrid.”
83/100 – PC Gamer

Riguardo questo gioco

Nuclear Dawn è il primo videogioco a offrire un originale intreccio tra FPS e RTS, all'interno di un singolo modello di gameplay che salvaguarda i presupposti di ambedue i generi.


Nei panni di un soldato, esplora il paesaggio post apocalittico, caratterizzato da moderne città, e prendi parte alla battaglia combattendo come membro di una fanteria armata, di assalto o d’incognito, utilizzando vari tipi di armamenti tra i dieci diversi equipaggiamenti, al fine di completare con successo i tuoi obiettivi. La parte FPS di Nuclear Dawn è dura, veloce e impietosa; l'efficacia delle armi dipende molto dall'abilità e dalla tattica del giocatore, piuttosto che dai riflessi e dalla memorizzazione della mappa.

E ancora, prendi il controllo dell'azione di Nuclear Dawn dall’alto, e gioca come un comandante. Organizza i tuoi giocatori in squadre, e assegna loro degli obiettivi tattici. Segna gli itinerari da percorrere per rifornire le tue armi, e produci le strutture per svilupparle in futuro. Sfrutta il terreno e scopri i punti di rifornimento per bloccare l'avanzata dei nemici, e rovinare i loro piani. Conduci la ricerca e implementa nuove tecnologie per stimolare ancora di più i tuoi soldati sul campo di battaglia, e realizza basi d'avanguardia per guidare l’assalto contro il nemico, sfruttando al meglio il repertorio di strutture offensive o difensive, al fine di mettere a punto la tua fortezza perfetta.

Caratteristiche


  • Due fazioni distinte: l’Impero e il Consorzio, ognuna con paradigmi completamenti diversi in merito alla costruzione di basi.
  • Comandante RTS: Realizza strutture, conduci la ricerca di tecnologie avanzate, scatena devastanti attacchi contro il nemico, e porta la tua squadra alla vittoria nei panni di un comandante RTS.
  • Quattro classi: Ciascuna fazione presenta quattro classi con vari kit di equipaggiamento, per un totale di oltre tre dozzine di armi.
  • Gioco di squadra: Modalità di battaglia guerra totale a 32 giocatori organizzati in squadre.
  • Sei mappe: Muoviti attraverso le mappe multiplayer più vaste e dettagliate mai create con il Source.
  • Armamentario Avanzato: In qualità di comandante, distribuisci oculatamente le cure alle tue truppe e la morte ai tuoi nemici, padroneggiando le tue abilità avanzate.
  • Statistiche e Sbloccabili: 60 rank, 12 sbloccabili per ogni arma, achievement, gizmo e tanto altro.
  • SDK: Il Kit di Sviluppo di Nuclear Dawn verrà reso disponibile alla community per permetterle di creare contenuti personalizzati, come le mappe.
  • Source Powered: Basato sul motore di L4D2, modificato per l'occasione al fine di garantirti l'esperienza di battaglia online definitiva.
  • Steam Powered Disponibile sia per Mac sia per PC tramite Steamplay con supporto Steam Cloud.

Requisiti di sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • SO: Windows® 7 32/64-bit / Vista 32/64 / XP o successivo
    • Processore: Intel Core 2 Duo a 2.4GHz o equivalente
    • RAM: 2 GB
    • Hard Disk: 6 GB di spazio libero
    • Scheda Video: La scheda grafica deve disporre di almeno 128 MB di VRAM, essere compatibile con DirectX 9 e supportare il Pixel Shader 2.0b (ATI Radeon HD 2900 - NVidia GeForce 8800)
    • Audio: Scheda audio compatibile con DX 9.0c
    • OS: MacOS X 10.6.7 or higher
    • Processor: Core 2 Duo 2.4 Ghz
    • Memory: 2GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 6GB of free HDD space
    • Video Card: ATI Radeon HD 2400 / NVidia GeForce 8600M / Intel HD Graphics 3000
    • Not Supported: OS X 10.5.x, ATI X1600 or X1900 graphics, NVIDIA GeForce 7 graphics or Intel graphics less than Intel HD 3000.
    • OS: Ubuntu or Debian/Linux 12.04 or higher
    • Processor: Core 2 Duo 2.4 Ghz
    • Memory: 2GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 6GB of free HDD space
    • Video Card: ATI Radeon HD 2400 / NVidia GeForce 8600M / Intel HD Graphics 3000
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2 persone su 2 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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55.1 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 6 giugno
Un gioco semplicemente fantastico! Il genere strategico è sapientemente miscelato con un ottimo FPS che vale la pena anche giocato da solo; non ha shopponi e ha un "zoccolo duro" di appassionati che conta circa un centinaio di persone. (che spesso si ritrovano su un solo server fra quelli disponibili. almeno una ventina di persone sono online solitamente la sera) per nulla bimbeminkia e molto mature! Il genere strategico è sapientemente miscelato al lato FPS senza "forzature" (l'obiettivo delle partite e far fuori il bunker di comando avversario... ma la lotta per le risorse sparse per la mappa e per difendere i propri insediamenti seguendo gli ordini del comandante rende le partite uniche nel loro genere). Le classi sono molto bilanciate, sopratutto se le paragoniamo a quelle da cui ha preso spunto il gioco :Team Fortress 2 (qui il medico ad esempio può anche sparare ed il grosso si può usare pure per colpire da lontano, con certi accorgimenti).

Per una recensione e un tutorial dettagliati in italiano potete guardare il mio video! (in descrizione trovate un indice cliccabile per argomento, se volete solo sapere un 'informazione precisa, che vi porterà in automatico nella parte di video desiderata):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TejFnyhANQ4
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1 persone su 1 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
13.6 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 16 agosto
Gioco molto bello (la prima volta ci ho nerdato 7 ore di fila xD) anche se in molti dicono che la community è morta si riesce spesso a trovare quelle 20+ persone per fare una partita.
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15 persone su 15 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
24.3 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 27 maggio
I've seen this game when it was on sale for 2,49€, and since I found the fps/rts hybrid idea interesting I thought I would give it a try, wouldn't lose much money anyways if it would be bad. What a great decision!
It turns out this is an amazing and well designed co-op game, it is definitely not what one would expect from a 2€ game, it is rather a 20€ game.

The gameplay provides a lot of room for in-depth teamwork with a variety of classes and weapon kits, all suited for different situations, and it is decently balanced. Playing this with friends and good communicating commanders on both teams gives quite an intense outcome. You will be fighting for key positions and pushing back of waves of enemies with commander support, you will get behind enemy lines and assasinate their commander or sabotage their power-grid so your fellow players can rush their positions, you will be going after resource points with your squad to ensure your commander gets resources, ...
Each match is different and highly dynamic, depending on what strategy the commanders and soldiers choose. Playing on the same map is never the same thing!

Which brings me to another point: maps. I can't stop getting surprised at how well the maps are designed in this game. They are full of detail, full of alternative paths, full of hidden places you can use to get an advantage, and the atmosphere is just awesome.

The only problem of this game is its small player base. Most of the time there are one or two full servers of 32 players each, and steamgraph says there are 100 players at peak times/evenings.

If you like the idea of fps/rts hybrid games then you should definitely check this out! It goes on sale very often, and even for 9€ the price is still a joke considering what you get. If you watch the store videos and you think it could be cool, don't hesitate! The game is so much better than it appears in those videos!
It is a shame that this game does not get more attention. Only you can change that! Grab your friends and get Nuclear Dawn! NOW!
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11 persone su 12 (92%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
54.0 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 2 maggio
I just can't stop playing it. Nuclear Dawn simply doesn't let you the time to be bored. The game is really fast-paced and quite easy to understand and to master either as soldier or as commander. The community is welcoming and is always looking for trainees. For its price, it's an excellent gift you could do to yourself or a friend. Don't hesitate, try it, play it, love it.

WE NEED YOU !
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7 persone su 7 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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729.7 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 29 maggio
There were very few games like "Nuclear Dawn" prior to its release; only the original "Natural Selection" and one (maybe two) other games fit in the same black sheep category of FPS/RTS. There was ample fun to be had in the game's myriad roles: you could sit in your team's bunker as the commander and spread buildings deliberately towards the enemy base in a game of chess, supplying and defending your pawns; you could play as the hulking siege, crushing the other team's build-out; you could suit up as the the equivalent of the heavy in "Team Fortress 2" to lock down valuable resource points; you could slip through enemy lines as the stealth, literally turning invisible until you were ready to stab sieges, snipers, or even commanders in the back; you could play as a support, healing teammates, repairing the commander's buildings, or wielding flamethrowers and gas grenades; or you could be an "assault" to hunt down spies with your thermal vision and protect all of the other classes around the map.
Ultimately, the game wasn't just about kill-death ratios, the FPS's typical "gold star" award; it was about cooperating with a commander who linked power plants, relays, spawn points, and supply stations across the map to feed you ammo, while you grabbed and defended resource points to help him or her build these structures. Sometimes the matches were over in an instant, with expert commanders extending a few relays right to another commander's base while veteran players held down resource points. Other times, matches turned into classic trench warfare as expert teams clashed, or new players stumbled. Sometimes, commanders were demoted, either because they couldn't get the job done or their teammates didn't understand how to do the job for them. There was little room for goofing off, but plenty of room for brilliantly-executed plans.
The game always suffered from a lack of buy-in; it was rare to find all of the servers filled to capacity, and tournament organization was difficult. However, this was counterbalanced by an incredibly close-knit community which simply had fun together, as well as working on mods and Steam Workshop additions. Even as the developer's support waned and server populations dwindled further, the community remained for some time.
While the subsequently released "Natural Selection 2" was graphically astonishing, I found it to be incredibly demanding on my sub-par rig when it came out. This is still a plus over what some might consider previous-gen graphics in the case of ND, although the innovative gameplay more than made up for the graphical shortcomings. The gameplay styles in ND and NS2 were also incredibly different, with NS2 being incredibly fast-paced; the learning curve in NS2 was nearly impossible if, like me, you had no experience jumping into the game. Again, this wasn't necessarily a bad thing, just a difference. The units in ND's two different factions were somewhat unique, although some of these differences were not as big as they could have been - particularly when one looks at the "aliens vs. marines" dynamic of NS2.
However, these comparisons aren't really fair. On it's own - and for its time - ND was a fantastic blast, and still could be. If you can still find a server to play on, it's absolutely worth a shot. For $10, it's not much of a risk at any rate, particularly if a sale happens along.
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