Unzählige Jahre war DeathSpank ein Rächer der Gerechtigkeit, Vernichter des Bösen, Held der Unterdrückten. Lange suchte DeathSpank nach einem machtvollem Artefakt, genannt... das Artefakt. Geschmiedet durch unbekannte Hände, für unbekannte Zwecke, zu einer unbekannter Zeit, irgendwann in der Vergangenheit.
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Veröffentlichung: 25. Okt. 2010

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Unzählige Jahre war DeathSpank ein Rächer der Gerechtigkeit, Vernichter des Bösen, Held der Unterdrückten. Lange suchte DeathSpank nach einem machtvollem Artefakt, genannt... das Artefakt. Geschmiedet durch unbekannte Hände, für unbekannte Zwecke, zu einer unbekannter Zeit, irgendwann in der Vergangenheit. Das Artefakt ist für DeathSpank nun in greifbarer Nähe. Was ist das Artefakt?

Schlüsselelemente:
  • Der epische Humor von Ron Gilbert – Ron Gilbert überträgt seinen geistreichen Humor und seine verrückten Dialoge in ein komplett neues Genre. In einer epischen Geschichte über einen Helden und seine Suche nach dem Artefakt.
  • Lokaler Zwei-Spieler "Sidekick"-Koop – Rekrutieren Sie einen Freund um an Ihrer Seite als heldenhafter Sidekick zu kämpfen und bestreiten Sie gemeinsam den Weg durch höllische Kerker und eine mysteriöse Welt. Lokaler Ko-op benötigt ein zusätzliches Gamepad für den zweiten Spieler.
  • Erforsche eine gigantische Welt – Die Welt von DeathSpank ist riesig und voll von einzigartigen und urkomischen Charakteren, gefährlichen Bösewichten, abwechslungsreichen Landschaften und Hühnern... vielen Hühnern.
  • Finden und sammeln Sie hunderte Waffen, einzigartige Gegenstände und Rüstungsteile – Sammeln Sie hunderte Waffen, Rüstungsteile und einzigartige Gegenstände (Haben Sie jemals Einhornkot gesammelt, oder einen Hühnchenwerfer benutzt?) auf deiner heldenhaften Reise und gestalten Sie mit ihnen individuelle Fertigkeiten und das Inventar Ihres Charakters.

Systemanforderungen

Windows
Mac OS X
    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP/Vista/Windows 7
    • Prozessor: Intel Pentium 4 (oder vergleichbarer Prozessor mit SSE2-Unterstützung) 1.7 GHz oder besser
    • Speicher: 1 GB, 1.5 GB (Vista und Windows 7)
    • Festplatte: mind. 2 GB frei
    • Grafikkarte: ATI Radeon X1900 GT 256 MB und Nvidia GeForce 6800 Ultra 256 MB Karten; Shader 2.0 und 24 bit Buffer-Unterstützung vorausgesetzt
    • DirectX®: DirectX9 Juni 2010
    • Ko-Op Anforderungen: Ein Controller wird für einen zweiten Spieler vorausgesetzt
    • Betriebssystem: Mac OS X v10.5.8 oder v10.6+
    • Prozessor: Intel
    • CPU Geschwindigkeit: 1.8 GHz
    • Speicher: 1.5 GB RAM
    • Festplatte: 2 GB frei
    • Grafikkarte: ATI Radeon x1900 oder besser / NVIDIA 8600 oder besser
    • Video Speicher (VRAM): 128 MB oder höher
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7 von 7 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
12.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 6. September 2015
Deathspank is Hack and Slash, Action RPGame. It has alot of jokes, references & other fun thing in dialogues. Mostly people who like simple jokes/humor will enjoy it while playing. It has very interesting graphic style, like a cardboard of sorts which cought my attention. Combat in my opinion was bad in entire game i didn't enjoyed it.
Recommended buying on sale.
6.5/10 was interesting 12hrs spend.
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6 von 7 Personen (86%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
7.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 2. Dezember 2015
DeathSpank is a thoroughly mediocre action RPG that takes after Diablo but never manages to be all that entertaining.

Probably my biggest mechanical issue with the game is the itemization - there's no randomly generated loot, and almost all items are just straight upgrades that require higher levels to equip. The only exception to these are the weapons which allow you to use your Justice Meter, which also have tiered upgrades, but deciding which of them to use is actually slightly interesting - though I found the spinning swords to be the best of them by far, to the point where I didn't really use the others much. This also affects the stores in the game, which have very little worth purchasing until you're level 18 and can just buy the best equipment in the game - before that point, items are far too expensive, don't offer a huge benefit (unless, as it did for me, the game basically refused to ever drop crossbows for you) and will likely be replaced quickly with items dropped by monsters or found in treasure chests.

With the itemization out of the way, the game is on the simple side - except for a few difficulty spikes like the Pip Village, I found Normal to basically be walking through the early game and killing everything in 1-3 hits, and later doing it just as fast from range with the crossbow. There's a variety of consumable items, but I only really used the healing items because it didn't seem like I ever really needed any of the others, or had a clear idea of when element resistance potions or whatnot would even have been useful. So, yeah. The combat wasn't terribly interesting, and neither were the rewards for the combat.

The parody elements were occasionally amusing, but frequently fell flat for me - that you're going on a set of stupid fetch quests isn't made any better by the game calling attention to how stupid the fetch quests are, for instance. It's one of my gripes about parody RPGs in general, that they frequently seem to think that it excuses replicating bad game design for the sake of parody. Some of the more puzzle-like quests were amusing, however, and weren't something I was used to in this type of game.

Ultimately, DeathSpank is the kind of game I would mostly suggest trying if you think its style of humor would appeal to you. It doesn't really stack up well without that. (Unfortunately, it also seems as if DeathSpank never goes on sale any more, from what I've heard? So I can't even really suggest picking it up on the cheap, even though it's over five years old now.)
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2 von 2 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
10.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27. November 2015
"Diablo 2 meets Monkey Island?"
Not so sure about that--but DeathSpank may just be Guybrush's heroic (albeit slightly slow) cousin, sword-spinning his way to defeating evil Lord von Prong. Plenty of bad guys, loot, and, uh, snacks await you on this epic quest.
Environments, items and enemies offer plenty of variety. In terms of replayability, there is not much to be had there--although the game may be worth revisiting after a year or two have passed. Multiplayer feels like an afterthought, but it is actually possible to have an (offline) friend assist you at all times.
For your money, you're looking at around 6 to 10 hours of gameplay (depending on how you play it and if you want to do all the side quests). You decide if it's worth it. While you're at it, you might want to buy the sequels (DeathSpank: Thongs of Virtue and The Baconing) along with this game, or else the ending (or lack thereof) may disappoint you.
For me, the verdict is clear: It's great.

Works flawlessly in WINE, too.
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1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
8.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12. August 2015
This is one of the funniest, crudest, best damn time you will have, in a 2d action rpg. I love this series, though, I did not like the fact that eventually the game starts to get so much more difficult as you get to the mid to higher levels. Now I am not so wimpy that I cannot handle a challenge, but in some areas, you will be swarmed by enemies, some or all of which are tough enemy types, such as the tough mother spider types (it has been a while since I played so I forget a lot of the enemies) and the Jotuns. Yes, they will have minion types with them that just die in a few hits, but then you get swarmed by a bunch of regular spider types or jotuns or demons or w/e, and you are toast.

Now, maybe I am missing something, and there is a trick to it to avoid getting swarmed like that and dying, a lot. But for me, if I die too many times, then it is no longer fun for me. I am not saying I don't like challenging games, I do, I just hate dying every 5 minutes or so, or dying until I figure out the secret... I am in no way saying that makes this game bad, it doesn't, I am saying I am probably a bad player. If you are a fan of crude humor, hilarious plot lines and quests, and hilarious weaponry and quest rewards and action RPGs, then this is your game. If not, or if you are like me and are not a fan of dying, a lot, then this may not be your game, still worth looking at though, to see if you will like it.
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2 von 3 Personen (67%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19. August 2015
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