Un action-RPG mené par des combats nerveux au cœur d'un monde de casse-têtes complexes.
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Date de parution : 19 mar 2012

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Acheter Ys The Oath in Felghana

 

À propos de ce jeu

Lorsque Adol Christin, l’aventurier rouquin, et Dogi, son éternel compagnon de route aux cheveux bleus, arrivent à l'improviste à Felghana, terre natale de Dogi, il apparaît très vite que les choses y ont radicalement changé pendant leurs huit ans d’absence. Des hordes de monstres furieux errent à la périphérie de la ville, un volcan qui semblait éteint depuis des lustres s'est ranimé et le nouveau seigneur du pays s'est mis à extorquer de l'argent à ses citoyens éprouvés sans justification ni pitié. Pendant que Dogi part à la recherche de son ancien maître d'armes en quête de réponses, Adol s'occupe des habitants -- et il se trouve entraîné dans un monde d'intrigues politiques, d'héritages des temps anciens et d'interdits inimaginables.

"Ys III: Wanderers From Ys", le grand classique des consoles 16 bits, a été entièrement recréé en 3D pour donner "Ys: The Oath in Felghana", un jeu de rôles-action frénétique à la maniabilité précise, qui comprend de l'exploration à la Metroidvania, des combats intenses, des boss épiques qui prennent tout l'écran et une bande son tout en percussions que beaucoup considèrent comme l’une des plus belles de tous les temps. Basé sur la version PC sortie en 2005, ce grand classique est enfin disponible officiellement en anglais avec des fonctions Steamworks inédites comme les succès et la sauvegarde sur le cloud.

Venez voir pourquoi dans le monde entier, les fans de Falcom considèrent que ce jeu est « Ys, perfectionné » !

Comprend :

  • Six niveaux de difficulté qui vont de "Très facile" pour les joueurs occasionnels à "Inferno" pour les vrais maîtres du jeu vidéo à l'ancienne.
  • Des modes de jeu à débloquer comme le contre la montre et le Boss Rush, pour tous ceux qui voudraient mettre en avant leurs talents de dompteurs de boss en les combattant tous à la suite.
  • Plus de 30 Succès Steam uniques et une compatibilité avec Steam Cloud.
  • Des graphismes personnalisables en haute définition ; les effets de sang du jeu d’origine ont été conservés.
  • En plus de la maniabilité traditionnelle clavier-souris, prise en charge des manettes.

Configuration requise

    Minimum :
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP
    • Processeur : Pentium III 800 MHz
    • Mémoire vive : 1 Go RAM
    • Carte graphique : 32 Mo VRAM, compatible accélération 3D et DirectX 9.0c
    • DirectX : Compatible DX 8.0
    • Disque dur : 1 Go d'espace disque disponible
    • Carte son : Compatible avec DirectX 9.0c
    Recommandée :
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Processeur : Pentium III 1 GHz ou supérieur
    • Mémoire vive : 1 Go RAM
    • Carte graphique : Carte 32 Mo VRAM, compatible accélération 3D et DirectX 9.0c
    • DirectX : 9.0c
    • Disque dur : 2 Go d'espace disque disponible
    • Carte Son : Carte compatible avec DirectX 9.0c
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gahram
( 32.3 heures en tout )
Posté le : 17 avril
What an absolutely wonderful game! This is the game that proves that you dont need high end graphics to make one heck of a game! Characters are unforgatable, the gameplay keeps you at the edge of your seat, and the story is thick and juicy! This is all the elements i love about video games. FPS are so overated! oh and the soundtrack! OMG THE SOUNDTRACK!! who plays that violin!?
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( 15.3 heures en tout )
Posté le : 17 avril
Falcom makes really good games and this is no exception.
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Monsieur B.
( 14.2 heures en tout )
Posté le : 3 avril
De tous les Ys qu'il y a sur Steam, celui-ci est mon préféré.

Les points positifs

- L'histoire est quand même bonne
- Les environnements sont intéressants à explorer
- La difficulté très facile, qui permet aux joueurs de ne pas se casser la tête avec le grinding
- Les graphiques sont jolis
- La bande de son est très bien

Les points négatifs

- Sur mon ordinateur, le jeu a planté à trois reprises quand je faisais l'épreuve de l'extermination d'insectes
- Le monde à explorer est un peu petit

Je donne à ce jeu une note de 8 sur 10.
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南Galih
( 13.2 heures en tout )
Posté le : 30 mars
:D
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Sajko
( 22.5 heures en tout )
Posté le : 13 mars
Ys: The Oath in Felghana is a very challenging action-RPG game. While the story and RPG elements are quite basic, everything else is just great. Fast, action oriented gameplay with fluid controls along with epic soundtrack makes you feel like a badass while fighting through numerous monsters and unique boss fights. The bosses are varied and there are lots of them. Learning their patterns and patience is key to success here. After you beat certain difficult boss and your heart is still beating like crazy, you get that same great feeling like beating a boss in Dark Souls. Make sure you also try Time Attack mode after you finish the game!

This was my first YS game and I played through it on Normal difficulty and had a tough time in certain parts of the game. If you are newcomer to the series I recommend starting with either Very Easy or Easy difficulty. Overall I had a blast with this and will definately give other games in the series a try.

Highly recommended!
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Reshkaf
( 10.8 heures en tout )
Posté le : 27 février
Jeu très sympa, le gameplay est rapide et nerveux. J'ai enfin pu me venger tous ces jeux où les monstres vous éjectent et à peine vous avez récupéré qu'ils vous baladent à nouveau de l'autre côté de la pièce, dans ce jeu c'est l'inverse. La difficulté est assez bien gérée, en général on meurt parce qu'on s'est planté ou qu'on a voulu en faire trop. Les boss sont très intéressants dans leur gameplay et ont tendance changer radicalement de l'un à l'autre (bon c'est un lieu commun, mais c'est toujours appréciable). Les musiques sont top et accompagnent bien le joueur et l'ambiance des niveaux.
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JumboG
( 13.6 heures en tout )
Posté le : 25 février
Bosses are stupidly hard. Game is a fun challange leading up to the boss where you fight all the small enemies, then you have to back track and grind for another 5 levels to even hope to beat the boss once in 50 tries.
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Artamis
( 12.1 heures en tout )
Posté le : 20 février
The difficulty settings should read more like:

Easy
Are you tryin' to say you're better than me?
No
Well if you say so
Idiot... you better be one

Kinda cute.
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Ron Paul
( 19.7 heures en tout )
Posté le : 17 février
This game is ridiculously hard. I had to pay my 50 year old butler to grind my level to 60 for the final boss. God bless America.
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DANGO KING DANGO
( 5.4 heures en tout )
Posté le : 16 février
This game is great except for the boss fights, and the fact that at certain points you will be unable to go back and grind for better gear.

Every single boss fight has at least one attack that can kill you in 1-3 hits so be prepared to practice.
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Boogeyman
( 15.7 heures en tout )
Posté le : 15 février
This game is a very well made part of the Ys-series. Inspired by "Ys: Ark of naptism", the combat system developed to an very well made gameplay-style.
The story and the character are also very interesting and well made.
A big plus goes to the music which always keeps the tension up when slashing through monster hordes.

Pretty much the perfection in the development of the Ys remakes, which differ very much in playstyle/ graphics etc.
Recommend this even for full price.
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Paul Kersey
( 22.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 13 février
Would give this game a 10/10 if the Boss fights were no complete shitfests...
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Kev
( 23.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 7 février
Ys: The Oath in Felghana is a fun game, a really fun one, so much so that you can even overlook its storytelling flaws, those moments Nihon Falcom dropped the pen. The music will have you humming and nodding to the beats.

You can read the full review on The Mental Attic: http://thementalattic.com/2015/12/02/review-ys-the-oath-in-felghana/
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Calamity Blaster
( 21.7 heures en tout )
Posté le : 6 février
This game broke me

10/10
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The Colonel
( 14.9 heures en tout )
Posté le : 27 janvier
While the main character quickly falls to the wayside and they focus more on his cute red-haired boyfriend, this game is still a very fun, fast-paced entry in the Magnificent Adventures of Dogi franchise with Falcom's renowned JDK band providing more kickin' rad musical arrangements. We can only hope Dogi gets more screen time in the newer upcoming titles in the series.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhueKrgu8b0
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Izaiyo
( 17.1 heures en tout )
Posté le : 23 janvier
this is the first ys game i've played and its pretty dope. highly recommended.
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DigitalWanderer
( 7.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 23 janvier
If you like old school Zelda games come meet the awesome cousin.
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Valkrynnus Krynnus
( 35.9 heures en tout )
Posté le : 18 janvier
No nonsense ARPG. This is what all RPGs should strive to be. No melodrama. No sissy boy main characters. No overly dramatic crap. No desire to be a movie masquerading as a barely playable game. No "OMG look at these graphics" to distract you from how much crap the rest of the game is. Here it is the rest of the game that wows you.

The plot is simple and I like that. It doesn't take itself seriously. What this game does take seriously is the gameplay. The combat is fun. You can avoid enemies. No random encounters. No crap loot either. Everything has a purpose. You don't need to waste your time doing inventory management. No useless items. No useless spells. It is a finely balanced game.

After playing this game, I wonder, why the hell are all other games not like this.

Where other games randomly generate crap loot for you to search through. This game has a very very limited inventory, all useful during the time they are available to you. You don't need to manage inventory, wondering if you need to drop X to make room for Y.

Where other games randomly generate dungeons for you. This game gives you hand crafted dungeons that require some good platforming to get hidden treasure.

Where other games throw a million abilities and spells at you; half of which are useless against the majority of enemies, this game gives you 4 abilities. All of them useful.

This game is a masterpiece. You cannot take away anything from it without totally ruining. And if you were to add anything you would probably just ruin the precise balance of it.

If you enjoyed Dark Souls/Demon Souls. These games are a level of precision above those.
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Danger
( 3.6 heures en tout )
Posté le : 8 janvier
I found the controls for this wonky, so much so i never really got into the game. Sadly I purchased this before the recent addition of a sane refund policy.
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styldchaos
( 8.9 heures en tout )
Posté le : 7 janvier
This game feel great!
You go along just button mashing through regular enemies thinking ok this is kinda easy, then you meet a boss and he or she hands your ♥♥♥ to you, again, and again, and again, until you finally beat them with only a pixel of health left.
This is not a friendly game totally an understatement, but I keep wanting to come back to it after I pick up the controller I threw across the room. I could not recommend this more.
Cons
-Punishing!
Pros
-you feel so good when you finally beat that dang boss! everytime!
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What an absolutely wonderful game! This is the game that proves that you dont need high end graphics to make one heck of a game! Characters are unforgatable, the gameplay keeps you at the edge of your seat, and the story is thick and juicy! This is all the elements i love about video games. FPS are so overated! oh and the soundtrack! OMG THE SOUNDTRACK!! who plays that violin!?
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Ys: The Oath in Felghana is a very challenging action-RPG game. While the story and RPG elements are quite basic, everything else is just great. Fast, action oriented gameplay with fluid controls along with epic soundtrack makes you feel like a badass while fighting through numerous monsters and unique boss fights. The bosses are varied and there are lots of them. Learning their patterns and patience is key to success here. After you beat certain difficult boss and your heart is still beating like crazy, you get that same great feeling like beating a boss in Dark Souls. Make sure you also try Time Attack mode after you finish the game!

This was my first YS game and I played through it on Normal difficulty and had a tough time in certain parts of the game. If you are newcomer to the series I recommend starting with either Very Easy or Easy difficulty. Overall I had a blast with this and will definately give other games in the series a try.

Highly recommended!
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This game is ridiculously hard. I had to pay my 50 year old butler to grind my level to 60 for the final boss. God bless America.
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Ys games are all action RPGs where you control one character (usually Adol, though Origins has no Adol and I think Seven has multiple character options?) against the world in a story-moderate environment. (moderate compared to Falcom's other RPG series, Legend of Heroes) Grinding is generally expected to some extent, but that'll only ease the pain so far -- especially as you get to the end bosses. They're also known for their amazing rock/metal soundtracks.

As for this particular Ys game...one word: Brutal.

I've played Origin, I & II, and VI on Steam and this one still annihilates me...on NORMAL. What separates most of the difficulties is simply damage caused by enemies and enemy health, and the enemy patterns can be difficult to make out after your first 10 or so attempts at a particular boss. Just a fair warning -- you need to be in the zone while playing to stand a chance...or you just need to be better than this reviewer.

Aside from that, it's a loose remake of Ys III, the one "platformer" of the series and as such, this one has a lot of platforming elements. Thanks to the fixed camera, though, the 3d platforming is pretty simple and straightforward.

One disappointment worth noting: Some PSP features like New Game+ (which itself was very minor) and refining gear up to level 9 are gone from this port. Seems strange, especially since the achievements beg "replay", but it's not anywhere near a deal breaker.
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It's a game where you swing a sword and things die while you collect coin and xp while exploring places that look different from each other.

Then you fight a challenging boss.

Not exactly groundbreaking or "chinematick" as the kids like their games nowadays, but if you want to play FUN, CHALLENGING video game with a rad soundtrack, this is very fun.

Maybe one of the funnest in the land.
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No nonsense ARPG. This is what all RPGs should strive to be. No melodrama. No sissy boy main characters. No overly dramatic crap. No desire to be a movie masquerading as a barely playable game. No "OMG look at these graphics" to distract you from how much crap the rest of the game is. Here it is the rest of the game that wows you.

The plot is simple and I like that. It doesn't take itself seriously. What this game does take seriously is the gameplay. The combat is fun. You can avoid enemies. No random encounters. No crap loot either. Everything has a purpose. You don't need to waste your time doing inventory management. No useless items. No useless spells. It is a finely balanced game.

After playing this game, I wonder, why the hell are all other games not like this.

Where other games randomly generate crap loot for you to search through. This game has a very very limited inventory, all useful during the time they are available to you. You don't need to manage inventory, wondering if you need to drop X to make room for Y.

Where other games randomly generate dungeons for you. This game gives you hand crafted dungeons that require some good platforming to get hidden treasure.

Where other games throw a million abilities and spells at you; half of which are useless against the majority of enemies, this game gives you 4 abilities. All of them useful.

This game is a masterpiece. You cannot take away anything from it without totally ruining. And if you were to add anything you would probably just ruin the precise balance of it.

If you enjoyed Dark Souls/Demon Souls. These games are a level of precision above those.
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While the main character quickly falls to the wayside and they focus more on his cute red-haired boyfriend, this game is still a very fun, fast-paced entry in the Magnificent Adventures of Dogi franchise with Falcom's renowned JDK band providing more kickin' rad musical arrangements. We can only hope Dogi gets more screen time in the newer upcoming titles in the series.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhueKrgu8b0
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"People think this game is hard? This is easy... probably just a grind fest"

*Get to first boss fight*

"WHAT THE, WHO THE, HOW THE, **** DO YOU THIS"

*Gets first acheivement, Is game telling me to go look at the FAQ because i'm so bad*

*Beat boss, get first real upgrade*

*Screen filled with fireballs. Feel like a god*

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-Has good "control feel" buttons easily remap to any config you want. Controls are extremely responsive.

-Visually appealing. Settings are colourful, colours are very rich.

-wicked soundtrack. Game doesn't spam one genre of music at you,

-Wide array of difficulty settings. General combat isn't easy, but is fun and enjoyable, and avoidable. Bosses are difficult, but relatively pattern based. (This is based on fighting two bosses so far... fyi)

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-You probably NEED a game pad. I'm a keyboard and mouse person and I need a gamepad for this. I'm sure it can be done though ;)

-A tad grindy at first glance, but enemies respawn when you move into a new area, areas load quick, and you can find sweet farming spots.

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I will start this by saying that I was introduced to the Ys series via Falcom's other main series "The Legend of Heroes"; that being said, this is a complete change of pace, so if you are expecting something along similar veins, just know that it's different, good, but different.
The next thing to note is that the game's bosses can be balls-to-the-walls difficult. Perhaps I'm just a casual, and I probably am, but some of those fights took a good hour or more to finally beat. I consider Ys to be the "Dark Souls of JRPGs."
All in all, it's a fun, about 20hr game, but insanely difficult, so if you're not into the challenge, then maybe play on one of the easy difficulties.
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Have you ever thought Zelda was too easy?

Have you ever thought that Dark Souls was too easy?

Then this is the game for you!
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this is the first ys game i've played and its pretty dope. highly recommended.
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Arguably the greatest game in the Ys series.

Ys takes nearly all the extraneous elements of RPGs and tosses them all out in favour of a super streamlined action battle system with some of the greatest bosses gaming has ever seen. I'm not exagerating here, Ys really does have some of gaming's greatest bosses.

There were 3 ys games to use this style of engine. The ark of Napishtim (which was the first), The oath in Felghana and finally Origins.

Felghana has the greatest soundtrack of them all and arguably the second strongest soundtrack in the entire series (In a series famous for it's soundtracks (look for a psp or psvita for Ys 7 if you want the best soundtrack)).

Felghana, on it's hardest difficulty has some spectacular bosses. However the game doesn't put it's best foot forward at the start. Initial bosses are pretty simple and hardly inspiring, which is unfortunate because the later bosses are absolutely spectacular. Thematically unique bosses all with their own interesting quirks and unique mechanics make each big baddy feel wholly unique and incredibly satisfying to down.
In fact Felghana and Origins are spectacular examples of good boss design (with a few very obnoxious exceptions).

There's also a bit of exploration and secret discovering involved in Ys, and because a number of your abilities give both combat and traversal options there is some fun platforming to be performed in the game.

So this all sounds super positive, are there any negatives then? Actually yeah, quite a few.

This game isn't pretty, I mean let's be fair it's old (2005) but that's gonna be a turn off for some people.

Then there's the plot, Ys' localization is about as good as it can get (Xseed is really good at that) but this isn't a plot that's likely to do anything for you, and not much time is spent on either it or its characters.

The game is also very grind heavy, especially on it's higher difficulties. Levels and weapon upgrades in Ys make a huge difference, to the point where a single level can make your attacks do almost twice the damage and can turn some boss fights from cruel jokes into fun encounters. but there are humungous experience penalties once you start over levelling, and even then you're going to have to farm normal mooks just to avoid being underlevelled, which may have been alright except for the game's final weakness, fights that aren't bosses.

Ys's combat is simple, but the way it blends with each bosses unique mechanics make it incredibly satisfying. This doesn't occur with normal enemies though, which means for many, normal combat in Ys isn't very satisfying, which is unfortunate because you'll need to do a fair amount of farming basic enemies to be able to afford upgrades and avoid
being underleveled.

So to sum up:
+ Awesome soundtrack
+ Awesome bosses after the first couple of dungeons

- Not very pretty
- Grindy on higher diffculties
- Fighting basic enemies isn't that fun
- Playing on easier difficulties wont let you appreciate it's great bosses properly

Ys will appeal extremely strongly to a certain crowd, and that crowd absolutely SHOULD play it, because it's one of the best examples of it's genre. But most other people will likely find the game to be more trouble than it's worth.
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Posté le : 23 décembre 2015
I'm not very good at putting my thoughts to words, but this is one of the best games I have ever played. The story might be light and the world not so large, but the time spent playing it feels fantastic. The action is fast, the controls are on point, the music rocks, the graphics are sharp for their age (older 3D with 2D sprites). Great game.
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Ys: The Oath in Felghana est, grosso modo, un remake de Ys III remanié avec le moteur de Ys VI. Contrairement aux premiers épisodes, il n'est pas question de "foncer" dans les ennemis (bump system) mais de donner de "vrais" coups d'épée. Bien qu'un peu court, il propose un challenge vraiment intéressant avec des monstres plus ou moins résistants à certains types d'attaque. Son style graphique mélange des sprites en 2D proprement lissés sur des décors modélisés en 3D, tout ça en 1080p. Les musiques, comment dire... Ys, "best music in existence", pour reprendre une formule célèbre :-) ! Oh, sinon, je vous invite à remapper les touches dans les options car elles sont très mal placées sur le pad 360 / Xbox One. Bref, un must-have.
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Zelda dans les cordes.
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Posté le : 10 juillet 2014
Une béta voir méme une alpha.

C'est l'impression que ma laissé ce jeu , une seule petite ville , peu d'intéraction, pas de skin d'armure !!?? 3 épées ...
Les niveaux/donjons c'est le vide astral.
Les dialogues pour enfant de 5 ans.
Et la difficulté mal dosé.

Seul la maniabilité est correct.

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Posté le : 4 mai 2014
This is my personal favorite game in the Ys series. It has my favorite combat system and Adol is your playable character for this Ys game. I love a good challenge and this is the most challenging game in the Ys series. Many people won't ever complete it on Normal difficulty (you can choose an easier difficulty though). The boss battles in this game are extremely challenging, yet not cheap in the slightest. You need to learn how to dodge all enemy attacks and you will feel great about doing it with this fantastic combat system.

Theres nothing special about the storyline or graphics in this game, its obvious that everything was spent on developing the combat system and boss battles. You have a main town that you visit for supplies and forging new equipment, while traveling the world for new dungeons to explore. Theres lots of secrets, upgrades and new abilities to find throughout the game. Theres also some small sidequests you can complete for achievements and other rewards.

The game will last you around 15 hours and you unlock a Boss Rush aftering completing the game. If you like action RPGs, this is a must buy.
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Ys: The Oath in Felghana is a rare beast on the PC... well it is to me. Before I broke down and bought it I stared at its gameplay video in steam. I stalked the title for months on end. I was delighted to see a JRPG on Steam. Would my delight be broken, or would I take the oath and never look back?

First off I must say I played this game to completion with a gamepad. I never even once tested out the keyboard ad mouse controls. This type of game just screamed use a controller to me haha. The game controls perfectly with a gamepad. Every little command I used worked, and never were the controls broken. A++ on that.

Sound design in Ys is all about the music. The sound effects are very basic and serve the game well, but do not stand out at all. The musical score on the other hand does stand out. Each piece was moving, and the guitar driven battle themes fit perfectly. Never once did I feel like I wanted to put on my own soundtrack while playing the game. If it's any testament to the games music, I would even go into the options menu just to play the games soundtrack a few occasions.

The story of the game is its weakest area. The game uses nearly every JRPG trope. I knew of every upcoming plot twist and action. This made me really sad as someone who enjoys a good narrative. I must admit though that not once did the narrative become convoluted. It served its purpous rather well, and that was to transition from dungeon to dungeon and the awesomely addicting gameplay.

The gameplay of Ys is where it's at. A simple mixture of semi strategic hack n slash with a dabble of platforming and RPG light elements. Combat is fast, fluid and when you get hit it's ultimately you're fault. The game doesn't offer that much in terms of different combos. You can perform only basic ground and air combos. You can't knock an enemy into the air and combo them further. What you can do is cancel combos to get in more hits. There are 3 magic in the game, but playing on normal I didn't find much use for them. The most useful if magics is the earth dash as it nullifies enemy attacks. Once you get this magic it'll be you're go to magic. This is because the game doesn't feature a shield or dodge roll which some may find annoying, but I understood it as part of the game.

Level design is simplistic and yet very well done. That being said, there are a few areas where you can enter a new screen keep holding the same direction, and move yourself back into the previous area. It's a personal annoyance to me. These areas are few and far between so it's not that big of a deal. The platforming segents mainly located towards the end of the game are well thought out. I initially believed I was going to have trouble with them until I realised your character shadow does appear on the ground. This way you could at least tell where you might land. For people who fear platforming there is a mode in options to make it even easier, and even at that there no fall related deaths in the game.

The bosses are where the game really shines. Each boss fight presents a new challenge and build upon eachother as the game progresses. You're first time playing the game the bosses will kick your ♥♥♥, unless you're an uber-gamer, don't get discouraged. Their attacks hit hard, and require precise timing to dodge. There is also limited time to hit the bosses. That window becomes less and less as the game goes on forcing you to get better with your attack dodging. This type of progression is saught after by me, because no matter how much someone could power level, you still need the skill to back it up. Speaking of leveling in this game, I didn't have to grind more than one time, and the combat is so fluid and fun it didn't even feel like grinding and lasted all of thirty minutes anyways.

Ys: The Oath in Felghana isn't an expierence I'll soon forget. Nearly all elements of the game blend harmoniously into a polished hidden gem just waiting to be stumbled upon. I thought I was risking $15 paying full price for the game, but my apprehension was laid to rest quickly.
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Posté le : 16 mai 2014
Harder than Dark Souls.
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Best in the series. An excellent game where it's polished for the highest difficulty. Nothing is as satisfying as struggling through this game on Hard, then coming back to play on Inferno and see that everything has become harder (while not being unfair) but so did I, and it was manageable. There are more than a dozen bosses in the game and there's like 1-2 bosses that's actually feel obnoxious. Also the kickass music, great level design and a lot of other things just flow so well together.

If you want to choose between this and Ys: Origin, I'd recommend this. Origin has more things (3 characters) and more stuff to do with, but some of its bosses have healing abilities and pretty much you to mash buttons constantly. It's still an excellent game, so buy both.
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