Asimov es un humilde androide mecánico de servicio a bordo de la nave colonial interestelar Eidolon. La nave lleva a cientos de colonos humanos criogenizados a un nuevo mundo. Cuando el cerebro del ordenador de Eidolon empieza a fallar, le toca a Asimov embarcarse en un peligrosa misión a través de las entrañas de la nave para salvar a...
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Asimov es un humilde androide mecánico de servicio a bordo de la nave colonial interestelar Eidolon. La nave lleva a cientos de colonos humanos criogenizados a un nuevo mundo. Cuando el cerebro del ordenador de Eidolon empieza a fallar, le toca a Asimov embarcarse en un peligrosa misión a través de las entrañas de la nave para salvar a sus amigos robots y a la preciosa carga humana.

Mr. Robot es un juego de acción, aventura, rompecabezas y rol en 3D. Se inspira en los juegos clásicos de la técnica Filmation como Knight Lore y Alien8 a los que se ha añadido también un sistema de 'pirateo de unidades', un sencillo RPG en el que el jugador se introduce en terminales de ordenador intentando piratearlas y debe enfrentarse contra los programas defensivos del sistema.

  • Más de 200 fantásticas habitaciones (¡aunque peligrosas!).
  • Más de 20 enemigos diferentes.
  • 7 robots amigos para ayudarte en tu aventura.
  • Piratea redes enemigas con el sistema de 'pirateo de unidades'.
  • Resuelve rompecabezas.
  • Numerosos logros que desbloquear.
  • Descubre qué ha causado todos los problemas a bordo de la nave.
  • Rescata a tus amigos robots y a la tripulación humana criogenizada y salva la misión.

Requisitos del sistema

    • SO: Windows o ROBO-OS 3000
    • Procesador: Pentium III a 800 MHz o Cyber Brain de nivel 5
    • Memoria: 256 MB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 120 MB de espacio libre
    • Versión de DirectX: DirectX 9.0c
    • Gráficos: Aceleradora con soporte para Vertex Shader
    • Sonido: Cualquier dispositivo compatible con DirectSound
    • Controlador: Cualquier controlador compatible con DirectInput
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A 1 de 1 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado el 17 de abril
I wasn't expecting an RPG when I downloaded this, since most of the screenshots are from the platforming sections. But I still got mostly what I expected.
The turn based fighting sections honestly did start to wear on me after a while. And I usually like simple RPGs, but these fights were so easy that it just became monotonous. I beat the final boss in three turns for crying out loud. Maybe it would have been better if I played on hard, I don't know. This isn't too much of a problem though since you can just opt to avoid fights if you want.
The story and the puzzle sections made the game for me. It's got a really neat sort of singularity type of story that I've never seen in a game before. And I like how you learn more about the characters as the game progresses.
The platforming sections I liked the most, I just wish there were more of them.
Overall I enjoyed the game. But if you're expecting a straight puzzle platformer, or a more in-depth RPG then maybe think twice before getting it.
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Publicado el 25 de febrero de 2011
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Podía haber sido un gran juego, un plataformas/puzzles al estilo de los juegos tipo "filmation" de los 80, como Head over Heels, Batman, Knight Lore... Pero no, tenían que joderlo. Una historia sin interés que nos interrumpe con constantes diáologos insustanciales, minijuegos aburridos y combates al estilo JRPG terminan de hundir este título.
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Publicado el 27 de noviembre de 2013
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A nice little indie production that creates an alloy of traditional JRPG and puzzle solving in the spirit of games such as Solstice for the NES.

The exploration and puzzle solving all takes place inside the massive space ship. As a maintenance droid the player possesses no weapons to defend himself and has to overcome adversity by problem solving and navigation skills. Some of the jumping puzzles can be agrevating but nothing that feels unfair.

The combat system comes into play whenever a security door or an opponent needs to be hacked. The electronic avatar of the player character Asimov possesses the capability to attack the security measures of the system he hacks. Over the course of his adventures he rescues a vide range of avatars that has lost their robotic bodies. They complement Asimovs Jack-of-all-Trades skills with their specialities.

There is not much innovation about the combat compared to some of the more popular Japanese RPGs out there but it does it job well and achieves enough strategic depth for the entertainment value in a product of this size.

The way the game is set up it is possible to solve many puzzles forcefully by hacking most of the opposition making the actual puzzle solving alot easier. A welcome function for players that dont favour jumping skills or the puzzles them selves.

Playtime is between 5 to 15 hours depending on how thorough the ship is searched.
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Publicado el 2 de diciembre de 2013
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Mr. Robot is pretty awesome. It's a strange combo of oldschool isometric platform game à la 8-bit games like Head Over Heels, and JRPG style fights.
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Publicado el 9 de marzo de 2014
It's a cute little turn based RPG with a charming story involving robots that have just enough AI as to exude personality in the way WALL-E's robot characters did. The fighting moves have just enough variation, and anyone that's played a JRPG in the last 20 years will have no trouble identifying the "physical," "magical" and "AoE" moves. There are some places where you can choose to grind up character stats by revisiting enemies in cyberspace if needed, but you also seem to be able to pursue the story without being gated. The "maze" of the ship and platforming are interesting without being overwhelming. The combat has a bit of a Shadowrun inspired feel to it which will make you grin with nostalgia.

For a cheap little indie RPG it's fun. It's not going to blow your mind, but for a casual time waster it does the job splendidly, hearkening back to simpler times. Sometimes you just need a break from modern real time RPGs that require 100% of your focus and engagement, and this game understands that.
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