Geneforge 2 é um RPG independente de aventura e fantasia e é o último capítulo da saga épica de Geneforge. Volte ao mundo dos Shapers uma última vez. Explore um mundo vasto, devastado pela guerra, crie e molde seu exército de estranhos e poderosos monstros e escolha um lado para ajudar a liderar até a vitória final.
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Data de lançamento: 1/nov/2008

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Inclui 5 itens: Geneforge 1, Geneforge 2, Geneforge 3, Geneforge 4: Rebellion, Geneforge 5: Overthrow

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Inclui 13 itens: Avadon 2: The Corruption, Avadon: The Black Fortress, Avernum 2: Crystal Souls, Avernum 4, Avernum 5, Avernum 6, Avernum: Escape From the Pit, Geneforge 1, Geneforge 2, Geneforge 3, Geneforge 4: Rebellion, Geneforge 5: Overthrow, Nethergate: Resurrection

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Geneforge 2 é um RPG independente de aventura e fantasia e é o último capítulo da saga épica de Geneforge. Volte ao mundo dos Shapers uma última vez. Explore um mundo vasto, devastado pela guerra, crie e molde seu exército de estranhos e poderosos monstros e escolha um lado para ajudar a liderar até a vitória final.

Geneforge 5: Overthrow conta com nove classes de personagens e um mundo enorme com mais de 80 áreas a serem exploradas. Escolha entre cinco diferentes facções, cada uma com suas próprias crenças, cidades e missões. Ajude os rebeldes ou lute com eles. Acabe com seus inimigos ou use sua furtividade e diplomacia para ficar à frente deles. Suas escolhas moldam o mundo e existem dezenas de finais diferentes. Faça sua escolha de como a saga irá finalmente terminar.

Requisitos de sistema

    • Operating system:Windows® XP / Vista™ / Windows® 7
    • Processor:1.6 GHz CPU
    • Memory:512 MB
    • Hard disk space:300MB
    • Video: OpenGL compliant graphics card
    • Sound:Sound card
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sinatra_frank6
( 1.5 horas registradas )
Publicada: 19 de junho
Not only the faction system in this game give it a great replayability, it's a world of opportunity for treason and double crossing. I'm so happy it's on Steam, There is a lot of play style with spying, magic, fighting, having armies of monsters.

I just got the bundle for all spiderweb software games. It mean less than 5$ each and they are all good.
Halfling Virgin Ѿ
( 17.0 horas registradas )
Publicada: 8 de maio
I like all the Geneforge games.
zastroph
( 0.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 25 de abril
Why do so many games have such obscure things that you MUST do to proceed!
Schwaz
( 0.2 horas registradas )
Publicada: 10 de fevereiro
Before you read this, NO I didnt play it for 20 minutes, I was offline because of shatfeck M’gee internet.
I am hesitant to say no, it really is ok, but I had a difficult time getting the grasp of it. Complicated concepts are generally very difficult to convey with simple graphics. It just feels like a slightly updated version of the previous 4. This would be spectacular if it was released in 2002 or before perhaps. I would like to point out that 4 years before this, Half-life 2 was released, which by today's standards has acceptable graphics. I understand that graphics aren't everything, but some people will find this not making sense if they have an IQ of 100-. I don't personally, but I am just trying to point this out. Also the UI was very glitch-filled for me. Movement seemed clunky, and objects were difficult to tell apart. Also generic plot pls. This game in its nature is like Counter-strike Condition zero. It was difficult to tell friend from foe, and where you were supposed to go and what you were supposed to do there. More on, I couldn't tell how to do what I was supposed to do. Idk man this game sort of feels like a fetish, most people wouldn't like it, but the few people who actually really look into it appreciate it more. Btw I mentioned I didn't have 20 minutes, it was something along the lines of 7 or 8 hours. Maybe you have to completely play the previous 4? Maybe you have to put in 100 hours? I don’t know but, it seemed too boring and illogical, so I stopped playing and went back to Duck game and CSGO (until r8 pls.) Feel free to object in comments. It just occurred to me that I wrote a small essay reviewing a game when I have an actual essay due tomorrow. At this point I wrote more in this review than I have on my essay I've been working on for days now. Lol, and this took me like 3 min. This review is approaching 400 words, it has specifically three-hundred, eighty-five words in it including all of the words in this sentence, which yes, it took way for me long to figure out how to do.
krisumaru
( 82.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 27 de dezembro de 2015
Many improvements from previous version. It's good oldschool Turn based RPG with nice story.
AshleighP
( 12.3 horas registradas )
Publicada: 25 de dezembro de 2015
One of my all time favorite games. Geneforge looks fairly simple but it has a very in depth story behind it and following it from the 1st to last game is fun although not necesary.
You are able to choose your quests and actions and whether you want to be good or evil. It's definitely a classic game that should be on everyones list.
Just L
( 26.6 horas registradas )
Publicada: 22 de dezembro de 2015
One of the best isometric RPG's out there, Spiderweb Software really makes amazing games. Fantastic setting, good gameplay, interesting story with lots of endings and choices, as well as unique philosophical points brought up.
Endikami
( 73.8 horas registradas )
Publicada: 9 de novembro de 2015
previous Geneforge 4 review

Geneforge 5

Graphics: Better graphics and lighting effects than the previous four Geneforge.
Control: Nice and not-so-clear dramatic tutorial, fixed key binding.
Replayability: Somewhat High.

The cliche of this game is... you are amnesic! hurray! But most of the important characters know who you are... and none of them will tell you out of the kindness of their hearts. All of them will exploit you and profit of the actions of the 'mysterious stranger'. You can be an obedient Shaper tool and happily slaughter Rebel scum and Unbound, the Mad Lizard's mad glowing lizards. I killed about 20 Unbound, if I missed some I will appreciate information on their whereabouts to clean Terrestria for good.
Of course you can be Rebel scum as well but... Why?

The narrative is good, the freedom is back. I enjoyed playing Geneforge 5 almost as much as Geneforge 1.
The Geneforge Saga is a perfect cycle: You know who you are but not where you are to you don't know/remember who you are but you know where you are.

Things I learned:
-Serviles smell bad.
-Uss is Drakon speech for 'Fort'.
-Drakons become duller every next game.

-Wingbolts are OP
-I got the 'pleasure' of killing Greta and Ghaldring... again.

The end
KayDeeKD
( 0.6 horas registradas )
Publicada: 9 de novembro de 2015
Love spiderwebsoftware and their games, I've played them all basically as they were being released.
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Publicada: 25 de abril de 2014
Just go get the $20 "Geneforge Saga" bundle with all 5 games, then go on a massive 200+ hour gameplay marathon of all 5 games. Thank me later.
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Publicada: 25 de dezembro de 2013
The very first game I played was geneforge 1 and once I did I knew I wanted to keep playing video games. The series as a whole Is wonderfully amazing, almost endless possiabilties, its own lore, challenging bosses, limitless followers if you spend points in shapping. Eahc game seperatly however is quite a diffrent story. Like any gamer I have ones I like and ones I wouldn't be to upset If I never got to play again. Lets start with the first 1; Very involving, you can get attached to your first creature if your not careful, the story is awesome, I recomend reading anything you find for back story, and always avoid anything you don't think you can take. The second on; It's not the best geneforge game but its not the worst in my opinion, didn't play much of it but what I did play I didn't care too much for. The third, By far my second favorite one, I could go on and on about everything I loved in it. The 4th could care less if I was unable to play, Its good and leads you up to the 5th but its tedious and irrating at the best. The 5th is the best in my opinion. Great graphics, new montsers, new creature to shap, wide ammount of areas to explore, many differnt paths to chose, my only probelm with it are the plants that stun you and the white beasts in the middle of the map. Back to the series as a whole, my only 3 issues with it are 1.) Turn based combat annoys me now adays hard for a game to impress me with turn based combat. 2.) Oppenets having laser sight and can see you even behind them quite annoying had to redo missions a lot. 3.) While albeit an old game I would love voice acting. It would just add so much more to the games. In all the geneforge saga is one of if not the best game series' I have ever played in my life.
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41.8 horas registradas
Publicada: 24 de junho de 2014
Great storyline, old school combat/graphics style. Difficulty in torment is legit and with 5 main factions and a myriad of choices, lots of replay value.

Gameplay is not simply just about slaughtering everything in your path - stealth and non-combat skills will be needed to clear the game.

Monsters don't respawn which means that your experience is limited (in particular, your minions get xp when you get xp); but this is only an important factor (getting minions early means they can level up more by the end game and are thus stronger than 'fresher' ones) in the harder difficulties.

Two minor complaints:
1.) I can't move the screen easily (arrow keys only) since you're usually clicking with your mouse to move the party and its awkward to have the left hand on the arrow keys to move the screen around
2.) A 'solo' style is virtually impossible on the harder difficulties (even with all your points in solo stuff like spells and stats rather than creations)

Awesome game, and great bang for the buck!
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Publicada: 27 de julho de 2012
One of the best RPGs I've ever played. It's every bit as good as the late 1990s infinity engine classics from which it draws its inspiration (in fact, it even rivals my beloved "Fallout 2" on many levels).

The gameplay, plot, and writing are all top notch, but its biggest success is how it handles choice and consequences. There are 5 separate factions, each with their own political and moral opinions, quests, storylines, and endings. Every choice you make in the game affects how these factions view you, which makes political maneuvering a dimension of gameplay every bit as important as outright combat. Playing the various factions off of each other, allying with them, or betraying them, is endlessly entertaining and there are very few games which balance open world freedom of choice with complexity of plot as well as this one.

An awesome end to one of the best RPG series ever. If you only play one game in the Geneforge series it should be this one.
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Publicada: 26 de maio de 2014
this is a great rpg. I love spiderweb's games. It is a turn based rpg, multiple endings and quests are pretty much up to you which ones you take or refuse. You also get a choice of which group to help or even leave one -once you join. It might seem simple but its actually very chalanging. You cant just hack and slash you way throught the battles. You need to use stratigy. Also alot of choices of what class to play and skills to invest in and stats also. The world is huge. The story line is well thought out but not confusing. The game plays well. No glitches, lag, crashes or freezes. The graphics are spiderweb's classic style and I love them.
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Publicada: 31 de janeiro de 2013
All 5 parts are very enjoyable and you can get the saga for the price of each game so you may as well get all 5 and play them in order to get a feel to the story, the only drawback to this is 4 and espcially 5 go back to the issue of balance of power you can have up to that point, since stuff generally doesn't respawn, you can only get so powerful by a certain point and be stuck. It's still a worthwhile series and collectively should take about 80-100 hours to beat the entire thing, double that if you want to explore the splitting plotlines.

From best to worst (mainly in terms of difficulty) 3, 2, 1, 4, 5.
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The 90s never ended for Spiderweb Software. Who wanted to move to third person morality-by-the-numbers when we could have stuck with isometric many-shades-of-♥♥♥♥♥♥♥? Geneforge 5 knows which is best and ends up making one of the finest RPGs released in years.
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Publicada: 9 de novembro de 2015
previous Geneforge 4 review

Geneforge 5

Graphics: Better graphics and lighting effects than the previous four Geneforge.
Control: Nice and not-so-clear dramatic tutorial, fixed key binding.
Replayability: Somewhat High.

The cliche of this game is... you are amnesic! hurray! But most of the important characters know who you are... and none of them will tell you out of the kindness of their hearts. All of them will exploit you and profit of the actions of the 'mysterious stranger'. You can be an obedient Shaper tool and happily slaughter Rebel scum and Unbound, the Mad Lizard's mad glowing lizards. I killed about 20 Unbound, if I missed some I will appreciate information on their whereabouts to clean Terrestria for good.
Of course you can be Rebel scum as well but... Why?

The narrative is good, the freedom is back. I enjoyed playing Geneforge 5 almost as much as Geneforge 1.
The Geneforge Saga is a perfect cycle: You know who you are but not where you are to you don't know/remember who you are but you know where you are.

Things I learned:
-Serviles smell bad.
-Uss is Drakon speech for 'Fort'.
-Drakons become duller every next game.

-Wingbolts are OP
-I got the 'pleasure' of killing Greta and Ghaldring... again.

The end
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37.9 horas registradas
Publicada: 21 de dezembro de 2014
This game and in general the entire series is highly intruiging because it has a great and quite fluid story. It has certian setbacks though, the general quality of graphics is noticably not great but the game makes up for this in the quality of the story. The general feeling of making gigantic monsters tofight other monsters and then you make even more monsters, just feels good in away. I would recomend this game hily for anyone who enjoys a good storyline rpg game.
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