Un RPG de acción con combates trepidantes y un intrincado mundo lleno de rompecabezas
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 19 mar. 2012

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"A fun hack and slash with rpg elements...The combat is tight and the controls are great, progression is at a good pace aswell."

Acerca de este juego

Cuando el pelirrojo Adol Christin, amante de las emociones fuertes, y su inseparable compañero de cabellera azulada Dogi visitan sin previo aviso Felghana, la patria de este último, tras ocho años de ausencia, pronto se hace evidente que las cosas han cambiado de modo dramático. Hordas de violentos monstruos vagan por las afueras de la ciudad, un volcán largo tiempo inactivo ha vuelto a la vida repentinamente y el nuevo señor del lugar ha comenzado a extorsionar sin piedad y de manera inexplicable a sus sufridos ciudadanos. Mientras Dogi trata de encontrar a su antiguo maestro de lucha en busca de respuestas, Adol cuida de la gente del pueblo, viéndose inmerso en un mundo de conspiraciones políticas, viejos legados e impensables tabús.

Una reinvención en 3D del clásico de las consolas de 16 bits "Ys III: Wanderers From Ys". Ys: The Oath in Felghana es un juego de rol de ritmo trepidante y con controles bien ajustados, elementos de exploración al estilo Metroidvania, intenso combate con épicas batallas contra jefes del tamaño de la pantalla y una banda sonora demoledora, percusiva, que ha sido proclamada por muchos como una de las mejores de todos los tiempos. Basado en la versión original para PC de 2005, este clásico está por fin oficialmente disponible en inglés y viene con funciones de Steamworks tales como logros y almacenamiento en la nube.

¡Ven a ver por qué los fans de Falcom de todo el mundo consideran este juego como "Ys, Perfeccionado"!

Características principales:

  • Seis niveles de dificultad que van desde "muy fácil", para jugadores ocasionales, hasta "infernal", para auténticos maestros a la vieja usanza.
  • Modos "Time Attack" and "Boss Rush" desbloqueables para aquel que quiera presumir de habilidad en la doma de jefes.
  • Más de 30 logros de Steam, así como soporte para Steam Cloud.
  • Gráficos ajustables de alta definición que mantienen intactos los efectos de sangre originales.
  • Soporte para mando, además del control estándar con teclado y ratón.

Requisitos del sistema

    • SO: Windows XP
    • Procesador: Pentium III a 800 MHz
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Aceleradora 3D con 32 MB de VRAM y compatible con DirectX 9.0c
    • Versión de DirectX®: 8.0
    • Disco Duro: 1 GB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Dispositivo compatible con DirectX 9.0c
    • SO: Windows XP / Vista / 7
    • Procesador: Pentium III a 1 GHz o superior
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Aceleradora 3D con 32 MB de VRAM y compatible con DirectX 9.0c
    • Versión de DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Disco Duro: 2 GB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Dispositivo compatible con DirectX 9.0c
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A 13 de 17 personas (76%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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When games are good, but fall short in very obvious ways, it's always a little disappointing. The game is fun! But it takes too long to get started. There's somewhere around 10-15 minutes from pressing New Game to being let out into the world. Around 4-6 hours into the game, you can get an item that lets you regenerate health if you stand still. This is a needed mechanic, since you're going to have to beat up on a lot of enemies to level up for the boss fights, but standing still is not fun. The game has a 'Boost mode', in which you deal extra damage and take less damage for a limited time, after you fill up a gauge that fills up as you take and deal damage. Why not tie the regenerating health to damage done in boost mode? That would set up a dillema for the player: Do I keep fighting since boost mode is almost full, or do I not take the risk and teleport back to town to heal? Instead, if I find myself in danger after clearing a room, I just stand still for 30 seconds. Somewhere in Falcom, a ball lays on the ground, dropped.

JRPGs get a lot of flack for grinding, and there'll be plenty in this game, but it's really not that bad, since only monsters that pose a threat give good experience and gold. I died several times while grinding, since I thought I could go just a little more before having to heal. It's a lot more tense and exciting than beating up Rattata outside Pewter City's gym. The story is cliched and filled to the brim with classic JRPG tropes, which I can sort of forgive for a game released in 2005, but I wouldn't hate the Ys series if it took a less serious tone in it's story department, maybe something like Half Minute Hero.

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Publicado el 2 de junio
Ys: The Oath in Felghana or also know as a reimagining of Ys III.

Players take on the role of Adol Christin as his adventure takes him to the region of Felghana, as he arrives, it gets infested with monsters and its up to him to save the day.

The "bump" system of the previous 2 games has been replaced with a more hack and slash style of play but it still tough as nails, more so in boss fights. A +1 of stats can make all the difference.

Good combat system
Tought as nail boss fights (more so at higher difficulty levels)
Great soundtrack
Great PSP port

Does not include English or Japanese VO in the download (but can be easily found in the forums)
Cutscene Dialogs can't be skipped (not that long but still)

Highly recommended to play this game with a controler.

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Publicado el 31 de julio
Great action rpg game! True remake from YS 3 on SNES. The soundtrack is amazing !
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TL;DR: I wish there was a middle rating for recommendation because I don't think the game is bad enough to be a Thumbs Down but not good enough for a Thumbs Up either. I would recommend this to any Ys fans but personally I was kind of underwhelmed. I'm not even sure what it was that underwhelmed me but I liked Ys Origins a lot more. Maybe it's because it feels like you only need to beat it once and then move on to another game. Save the other Ys games for after you've beaten this one for a more rewarding experience.

[Difficulty - good]: As with the other Ys games, you have difficulties for everyone to be able to enjoy the game although there are at least 2 bosses that are annoying no matter what you choose.

[Story - average]: Pretty standard stuff but I liked the little touches here and there to make the story more than just a standard issue "Evil being awakens and you happen to be nearby to slay/seal it for the villagers" story. I don't know if Ys Ark of Nepishtim would explain why Adol and Dogi are traveling together but not being able to own and play it may explain why I feel so disconnected from Felghana.

[Characters - good]: As with all the other Falcom games Steam has, the attention to details about every character's personality and lives is always a pleasure to read about. The merchant trying to get fame and fortune, the hardworking townspeople and a surprisingly kind countess are just a few to name in adding layers to the otherwise cookie-cutter plot.

[Graphics - average]: It's a matter of personal tastes on this one. The characters look great to me since I prefer the 2D anime style over full 3D characters. The cinematics are as lovely as I've come to expect from any Falcom game as well.

[Music - excellent]: One thing this game has no problems with is the music, my favorites would definitely be the world map and clock tower music. Not to say the rest wasn't memorable though.

[Combat - good]: It uses the same combat and magic system as Origins which makes playing one then the other very easy to transition into.

[Length - average]: It may be a good length for people who prefer short games but as for someone with tons of spare time and expectations of RPGs to have decent length and content in them...it was disappointing how quickly I chewed through it. That disappointment also leads to my rating for...

[Replayability - bad]: Unfortunately there is almost no reason to replay this game except to get Steam achievements. The version we Steam players got is lacking all the extras the PSP version players get for beating the game and time attack mode.
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Amazing soundtrack and gameplay, always play on Nightmare for the best first playthrough.
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