Sequence combina elementos de juegos de ritmo y juegos de rol para crear una experiencia totalmente única.
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 20 oct. 2011

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Críticas

“... Sequence es uno de los apenas cuatro o cinco juegos a los que he jugado jamás que están a la altura de su potencial de manera tan absoluta y con tan poco margen para la mejora.”
100% – http://www.bit-tech.net/gaming/pc/2011/11/07/sequence-review/1

Acerca de este juego

Sequence combina elementos tanto de juegos de rol como de juegos musicales rítmicos para crear una experiencia completamente única. Únete a Ky en su ascenso de la misteriosa Torre, guiado en su camino por una misteriosa chica llamada Naia. Encuentra monstruos mortales y personajes ridículos, y descubre la gran trama tras el misterioso aprisionamiento de Ky... si sobrevives al viaje, claro.

Características Principales:


  • Modo historia de más de 10 horas con diálogos completamente grabados con voz
  • Con música de Ronald Jenkees y Michael Wade Hamilton
  • Complejas mecánicas de síntesis de objetos y personalización de hechizos que proveen una experiencia de juego de rol completa
  • Total integración con logros de Steam y partidas guardadas en la nube

Requisitos del sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • SO: Windows XP / Vista / 7
    • Procesador: Dual Core a 1.7 GHz o superior
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 250 MB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: Gráfica con 512 MB de VRAM y compatible con DirectX 9.0c y Shader Model 3
    • Versión de DirectX®: 9.0c
    • OS: Lion 10.7.5
    • Processor: 1.7 GHz Dual Core or Greater
    • Memory: 2 GB
    • Hard Disk Space: 250 MB
    • Graphics: OpenGL 3.0+ (2.1 with ARB extensions acceptable)
    • OS: glibc 2.15+, 32/64-bit. S3TC support is NOT required.
    • Processor: 1.7 GHz Dual Core or Greater
    • Memory: 2 GB
    • Hard Disk Space: 250 MB
    • Graphics: OpenGL 3.0+ (2.1 with ARB extensions acceptable)
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Tummyache
( 0.5 h registradas )
Publicado el 25 de junio
When I was a kid, I really liked DDR. I bought this game because I thought it would be like DDR. I am disappointed that this game is not a whole lot like DDR.

I'm having trouble separating my disappointment of this game as a scratch to my DDR itch and how I feel about the game as its own thing.

So first I have to say, if you want to buy this game because you're like me and want to scratch that itch, give it a pass. The objective of this game is to miss a bunch of notes on purpose, which drives me absolutely insane. Just watching arrows pass by without being pressed.

By itself? I dunno, it's got a lot of cringey humor and some mediocre voice acting. The RPG elements seem kind of compelling? But also really confusing? It just feels really unpolished, I had a lot of trouble grasping how well I was doing because the visual feedback is less than great. I think, mechanically, this kind of step rythm game just wasn't meant to be mixed with an RPG.
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Jowwdown
( 13.6 h registradas )
Publicado el 18 de junio
Fun DDR-style RPG.

Story is okay, could be improved.

Worth checking out if you're a fan of rhythm games!

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Minandreas
( 22.3 h registradas )
Publicado el 4 de junio
Definitely an awesome game for anyone that enjoys step mania, DDR, and possibly even rhythm and music games in general. However, if you find Step Mania or DDR challenging or frustrating, this game is likely going to be too hard for you. It forces you to not only hit arrow keys in time with the music in the same fashion, but adds even more layers of difficulty. There are no color codes on the arrows themselves to tell you what beat the note is on. So you have to go purely on listening to the music, and sometimes the arrows are just on really awkward notes or tones of the song, like a series of 16th notes where only a few of them have arrows on them. Tack on that you are watching three sets of arrows at once instead of only 1, having to swap fields of arrows to be hitting, and apply strategic thinking to when to cast spells and what to cast SIMULTANEOUSLY and you need to be so good at something like Stepmania that you don't even have to think about the arrows. You have to be able to do them almost completely subconsciously to keep up with this game (At least at the Hard difficulty level) If you're that good, this game will knock your socks off. It's incredibly fun.

The only real downsides to it come from sheer lack of variety. The game has RPG mechanics for sure, and that includes trying to collect items with a % drop rate. Meaning if you get unlucky (And you WILL get unlucky) you may be grinding the same exact monster for half an hour. Which means the same damn song for half an hour straight. What is worse, each monster does not have it's own song. Some repeat. This can get seriously old.

For 5$, this game is awesome. Something I've never seen before and very well put together. And at that price, the lack of variety is understandable. Personally, I'd love to see a sequel, and would be happy to pay four times as much if they just make sure to really crank up the variety so the game isn't such an awful feeling grind at times. The foundations of this game are rock solid. It just needs a few more coats of paint.

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booger
( 20.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 31 de mayo
I really enjoyed this game. I like the whole dance, dance revolution mixed with some slight rpg elements. Decent story.
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Leo of the Butts
( 15.5 h registradas )
Publicado el 30 de mayo
I loved every minute of playing this game. The art is beautiful, the music is great, and the gameplay is very unique. The story isn't very deep and complex, and the game gets a little grindy at the beginning of each floor, but it's definitely worth what you are paying for it.
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[GoC] Col. Mustard
( 10.7 h registradas )
Publicado el 25 de mayo
Score – 8/10 (Excellent)

Despite the game feeling a bit of a grind at times and the last couple of boss battles being infuriatingly difficult compared to the rest, Iridium Studios has cleverly morphed the humble rhythm game into a full-blown RPG and it surprisingly works well. Before the Echo has done for rhythm games what Puzzle Quest did for match-3 puzzle games and I like it. Before the Echo is highly recommended for lovers of rhythm games who want a bit more plot and strategy added to the mix.

http://www.choicestgames.com/2016/05/before-echo-review.html
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Sojiro
( 18.5 h registradas )
Publicado el 23 de mayo
I strongly recommend this game. This is an excellent and original blend of RPG and rhythm game. The gameplay is not just relatively unique but also very well crafted. It's interesting, engaging, and well balanced. The acting and story are also very good, not amazing but clearly above average. The art and interface are also good.

I usually don't like music games, but since I'm a big fan of RPGs and got this in a bundle, I decided to give it a try. And am I glad I did! It hooked me in so well I ended up finishing it 100% and watched all the ending credits in detail to learn more about the people who worked on this amazing game.
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buz
( 16.9 h registradas )
Publicado el 22 de mayo
If you have ever found yourself tapping along to a good song, you may enjoy this game. If you enjoy a feeling of accomplishment when multitasking, you may enjoy this game. Both of these match me, and I think this game is great. You level up, and can craft gear from loot you get from monsters, like in an RPG. The variance in spell setup and types of monster's and their abilities (guardian abilities) adds a strategy element to the game as well. Do you want to deal direct damage spells, with some spells that siphon hp from your opponent? Or do you want to deal damage over time spells, and utilize shield and heal to outlast your opponent. Will you utilize simple, easy to cast spells that cost high mana, or harder to cast spells that have a shorter cooldown? The game also really tests your ability to make snap decisions, as often you have to choose whether or not to stop casting a spell, or rebuilding mana in order to sheild yourself against a super-charged attack. At $5, this game is a steal. You not only have to think about the timing around hitting notes on time, but also what time in the song to cast spells, you dont want to cast it right before a big attack, but you do want to cast it if there is lots of easy mana coming up in the song. Definately buy it, if you dont like it in the first 2 hours you can get a refund. Definately worth a shot.
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Ninjas4life437
( 42.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 20 de mayo
Game is not playable on my computer anymore :( Also it may not be playable on yours as well. If it pauses to synch and then quits on you then you know why.
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East
( 10.7 h registradas )
Publicado el 15 de mayo
Before the Lawsuit.
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Definitely an awesome game for anyone that enjoys step mania, DDR, and possibly even rhythm and music games in general. However, if you find Step Mania or DDR challenging or frustrating, this game is likely going to be too hard for you. It forces you to not only hit arrow keys in time with the music in the same fashion, but adds even more layers of difficulty. There are no color codes on the arrows themselves to tell you what beat the note is on. So you have to go purely on listening to the music, and sometimes the arrows are just on really awkward notes or tones of the song, like a series of 16th notes where only a few of them have arrows on them. Tack on that you are watching three sets of arrows at once instead of only 1, having to swap fields of arrows to be hitting, and apply strategic thinking to when to cast spells and what to cast SIMULTANEOUSLY and you need to be so good at something like Stepmania that you don't even have to think about the arrows. You have to be able to do them almost completely subconsciously to keep up with this game (At least at the Hard difficulty level) If you're that good, this game will knock your socks off. It's incredibly fun.

The only real downsides to it come from sheer lack of variety. The game has RPG mechanics for sure, and that includes trying to collect items with a % drop rate. Meaning if you get unlucky (And you WILL get unlucky) you may be grinding the same exact monster for half an hour. Which means the same damn song for half an hour straight. What is worse, each monster does not have it's own song. Some repeat. This can get seriously old.

For 5$, this game is awesome. Something I've never seen before and very well put together. And at that price, the lack of variety is understandable. Personally, I'd love to see a sequel, and would be happy to pay four times as much if they just make sure to really crank up the variety so the game isn't such an awful feeling grind at times. The foundations of this game are rock solid. It just needs a few more coats of paint.

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Publicado el 18 de junio
Fun DDR-style RPG.

Story is okay, could be improved.

Worth checking out if you're a fan of rhythm games!

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Publicado el 27 de marzo de 2014
Original RPG con las que probablemente sean las mas bizarras descripciones de objetos de inventario dentro de los RPGs ya bizarros de por si; ejemplo:

ITEM: Polish Remover
DESCRIPCION: Hitler
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Publicado el 29 de agosto de 2014
El joven Ky es encerrado en una misteriosa torre, monitorizada por unos desconocidos, para hacerle pasar ciertas pruebas en las que deberá enfrentarse a diversos guardianes en cada uno de los siete pisos.

Éste es guiado por una misteriosa chica llamada Naia, a través de altavoces, situados en cada piso, la cual irás conociendo poco a poco con unos diálogos muy divertidos.

En el sistema de batalla deberás ir alternando tres pantallas: Defensa, Ataque y Recuperación de Maná. Deberás seguir el ritmo para ir recuperando maná e ir atacando con tus diversas habilidades y derrotar a los enemigos mientras te defiendes de sus golpes.

También contamos con un sistema de forja de objetos en el que usaremos nuestra propia experiencia para crear nuevas magias, armas, accesorios...

Lo que más me ha llegado a atraer de este juego, ha sido la gran banda sonora. (¡¡Ronald Jenkees es un genio!!) Todas las canciones se te acaban quedando en la cabeza, ¡ya que debes repetir 'esas' canciones para conseguir ese dichoso objeto que no ha caído a la primera para continuar avanzando!

Como bien he mencionado anteriormente con Naia, las conversaciones son muy divertidas. Los guardianes de cada uno de los siete pisos son muy peculiares, con maneras distintas de expresarse contigo. La verdad es que me han hecho sacar más de una carcajada al aire, son tan... 'especiales'.

Si te apetece bailar tus dedos al son de la música para acabar con esta dichosa torre, Before the Echo es una muy buena elección.

Edit: Ahora el juego se llama Before the Echo, no Sequence. Sigh.
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19.0 h registradas
Publicado el 23 de octubre de 2011
Juego de excelente relación calidad/precio. La música es genial, y es de los pocos RPGs que he visto con diálogos atípicos y graciosos xDD. Además está inspirado en uno de mis RPGs favoritos de toda la vida: The World Ends With You (aunque el sistema de combate no tenga nada que ver).

Es además innovador en su propuesta sobre el sistema de combate. Os lo recomiendo si o si.
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13.4 h registradas
Publicado el 25 de octubre de 2014
Un juego RPG con ritmo, la musica y la historia son buenisimas. super atrapante 9/10
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Publicado el 11 de noviembre de 2013
Muy buen juego con una buena curva de dificultad, unos actores de doblaje que ponen voces buenísimas, buena música, buenos personajes y buen TODO. Ademas tiene la mejor pantalla de créditos de la historia.
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Publicado el 26 de diciembre de 2015
No es un analisis
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Publicado el 30 de noviembre de 2012
Se vuelve bastante repetitivo, pero no dura mucho y es bastante original. Merece la pena aunque sea por probar el concepto.
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Publicado el 23 de marzo de 2014
Una basura q no vale la pena ni describir. Una mezcla extraña y confusa de algo q deberia ser simple. NO LO COMPRES.
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