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Veröffentlichung: 19 März 2012
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Über das Spiel

Als der rothaarige, Nervenkitzel suchende Adol Christin und sein ewiger, blauhaariger Begleiter Dogi der Heimat von Dogi Felghana nach achtjähriger Abwesenheit einen unangekündigten Besuch abstatten, wird schnell klar, dass die Dinge sich dramatisch verändert haben. Horden von gewalttätigen Monstern durchstreifen die Vororte der Stadt, ein lange ruhender Vulkan ist plötzlich wieder zum Leben erwacht und der neue Herr des Landes hat unerklärlicherweise angefangen, unbarmherzig Geld von seinen leidenden Bürgern zu erpressen. Während Dogi seinen ehemaligen Kampf-Meister sucht, um Antworten zu bekommen, besucht Adol die Stadtbewohner - und findet sich in einer Welt politischer Verschwörungen, uralter Vermächtnisse und undenkbarer Tabus wieder.

Eine komplette 3D-Neuauflage des 16-Bit-Konsolenklassikers: "Ys III: Wanderers From Ys". Ys: The Oath in Felghana ist ein rasantes Action-Rollenspiel mit präziser Kontrolle, Metroidvania-typischen Erkundungselementen, atemberaubenden Kämpfen sowie epischen, bildschirmfüllenden Bosskämpfen und Scharmützeln. Ein perkussiv arrangierter Soundtrack, der von vielen als einer der Besten aller Zeiten angepriesen wird, komplettiert das Meisterwerk. Basierend auf der ursprünglichen PC-Version von 2005, ist dieser Klassiker endlich auch offiziell in englischer Sprache verfügbar sowie mit zusätzlichen Steamworks-Features, wie Erfolgen und der Cloud-Speicherung ausgestattet.

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Hauptmerkmale:

  • Sechs Schwierigkeitsstufen, von "Sehr Leicht" für Gelegenheitsspieler, bis hin zu "Inferno" für echte Old-School-Gaming-Meister.
  • Freischaltbarer "Time Attack"- und "Boss Rush"-Modus für alle, die gerne ihre Bossbändiger-Fähigkeiten zeigen.
  • Über 30 einzigartige Steam Erfolge, sowie eine Steam Cloud Unterstützung.
  • Einstellbare, hochauflösende PC-Grafik mit wunderschönen Landschaften.
  • Gamepad-Unterstützung zusätzlich zur Tastatur- und Maussteuerung.

Systemvoraussetzungen

    Minimum:
    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP
    • Prozessor: Pentium III 800 MHz
    • Speicher: 1 GB RAM
    • Grafik: 32 MB VRAM, 3D Grafikkarte, DirectX 9.0c kompatibel
    • DirectX®: 8.0
    • Festplatte: 1 GB HD frei
    • Sound: kompatibel mit DirectX 9.0c
    Empfohlen:
    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Prozessor: Pentium III 1 GHz oder höher
    • Speicher: 1 GB RAM
    • Grafik: 32 MB VRAM, 3D Grafikkarte, DirectX 9.0c kompatibel
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Festplatte: 2 GB HD frei
    • Sound: kompatibel mit DirectX 9.0c
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37 von 39 Personen (95%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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43 Reviews
15.9 Std. insgesamt
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.
Verfasst: 4 Mai 2014
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59 von 83 Personen (71%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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21.3 Std. insgesamt
Harder than Dark Souls.
Verfasst: 16 Mai 2014
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12 von 13 Personen (92%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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2 Reviews
55.0 Std. insgesamt
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.
Verfasst: 22 Juni 2014
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14 von 18 Personen (78%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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7.4 Std. insgesamt
Ys: The Oath in Felghana reminds me of Secret of Mana or The Soul Blazer series. It's a hack and slash rpg where you slay monsters and kill tough bosses to progress through the entire game. I liked Oath in Felghana because after playing Ys Chronicles, the game remains true to the series even if you can't bump into enemies anymore. So what did I think about it? Lets see...

Graphics: This game is a port from the PSP version that was released a few years ago. I liked how Oath of Felghana now has 3d backgrounds or monsters but still maintains a 2d layout. The sprites look nice if you set your graphics to the highest, but I personally think they are simple. I still find the game to great, even with it's cutscenes which look decent but could be better.

Sound: I really thought the sound department went forth and had fun making the music. There are good songs, but I just don't find myself to play over and over again. Sound effects are pretty basic, but I don't think that matters. There was never a moment where I just wanted to put my own music to the game which is a plus in my own opinion.

Gameplay: If you played Ys Chronicles, you realize that you can't bump into enemies like you used to for exp. There's now an attack button which can be used to string combos to gain exp. What I find the most rewarding is the three magics you obtain in the game. My favorite is probably the wind power since you use it to get to treasures and to another section of the level. If there is one thing I really enjoyed the most are the bosses. Playing on past normal is a challenge as it requires you to be quick about your actions and for you to time your attacks. The game is hard if you're not leveled correctly but it doesn't take you long to be strong enough to take on a boss.

Overall: I consider Ys: The Oath in Felghana a great purchase if you enjoy J-rpgs that aren't complex, yet easy to play but difficult to master. I think falcom did great with this remake because it adds a new chapter in the Ys storyline for American audiences and it is faithful to the first two Ys games in the series.
Verfasst: 17 Februar 2014
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8 von 9 Personen (89%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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13.5 Std. insgesamt
Ahh yes.... they dont make good rpg's like these anymore.

Ys is one of my most favorite Rpg series, because of many reasons, that it sticks with the story and with the same RPG elements and graphics and artwork.
i dont really know what more i can say this game pretty much speaks for itself through screenshots and videos but if maybe you are unfamiliar with it and have your doubts then.

Know that this game is a very good Action/Rpg ( no its not turn based its action )
The story is really good and emotional to some sort.
The Fight style is good, switching between spells and jumping and stuff, If you may know ( Alundra ps1) This is very like it.
The game is fairly long and going to secrets and leveling up and boss fights will just make the game longer and longer
Nightmare mode is pure hell you WILL replay every single boss at least 10 times ^^ it is for hardcore gamers everything is extremely hard in it and i like it lol.

Edit :
Finished the game, very satisfied with the ending kinda bummed out my hero did not get to bang that hot chick altho i saved her life like 95 times .... well...

The ending was quite good and ( feels ) Took me a while to Get all the achievements i have about maybe 23+ hours in this game but mostly offline so its not recorded
altho i have to say this

If you're not a Fan of the YS Series or just want to play one and not ( 1 , 2 , 3 )
Play YS origins that is by far my most favorite, because you can choose between 3 characters, each is different with the story and ending and the gameplay and spells and attacks and everything

each has its own unique story and purpose so YS origins is the best one so far i guess
Verfasst: 15 Juli 2014
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51 von 59 Personen (86%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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17.4 Std. insgesamt
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.
Verfasst: 25 November 2013
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