Ein zugbasierter Einzelspieler-Dungeon-Crawler. Übernehmen Sie die Kontrolle über einen einsamen Helden, erforschen Sie ausgedehnte Kerker und kämpfen Sie gegen gefährliche Monster.
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Veröffentlichung: 5. Apr. 2012

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"With the great graphics and interface, Hack, Slash, Loot manages to squeeze challenging gameplay into a casual nook of a hardcore niche."
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Über dieses Spiel

Es gibt dunkle Orte in der Welt, bewohnt von bösen Einwohnern. Orte, gefüllt mit Gefahr und düsterer Vorahnung, wo kein gewöhnlicher Mann sich zu reisen trauen würde. Aber es gibt auch einige, die bereit sind ihr Leben zu riskieren, im Namen des Guten, im Namen der Gerechtigkeit, im Namen von.. wertvoller Beute!

Hack, Slash, Loot ist ein rundenbasierter Einzelspieler-Dungeon-Crawler. Übernehmen Sie die Kontrolle über einen einsamen Helden und erkunden Sie weitläufige Verliese, kämpfen Sie gegen gefährliche Monster und, am wichtigsten, plündern Sie wertvolle Schatzkisten. Da die Verliese in jedem Spiel neu generiert wird, können Sie sich sicher sein, dass kein Spieldurchgang jemals gleich sein wird. Mit der einfach zu erlernenden Steuerung erleben Sie Abenteuer im Handumdrehen, wobei aber immer noch genug Tiefe bleibt, um die härtesten Abenteurer herauszufordern.

Hauptmerkmale

  • 32 freischaltbare Charaktere zum Spielen
  • Sechs verschiedene Aufgaben, die unterschiedliche Taktiken erfordern
  • Tausende Gegenstände, Monster und Verliese
  • Optimierte, Rogue-ähnliche Spielweise mit moderner Steuerung
  • Pfiffiger Retrostyle, Dämonenoger sahen noch nie so malerisch aus
  • Hacken!
  • Zerschmettern!!
  • Plündern!!!

Systemvoraussetzungen

Windows
Mac OS X
    • Betriebssystem:Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • DirectX®:dx50
    • Festplatte:10 MB HD frei
    • Betriebssystem:OS X 10.4 oder besser
    • Festplatte:10 MB HD frei
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37 von 43 Personen (86%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
19.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11. März
The game in a nutshell:

*Miss*
*Miss*
*Miss*

**Dead**

Buy a couple of dice. It will be cheaper and WAY more fun than this game.
And the chances of getting a desired number on said dice are accurate, as oppossed to this game's RNG.

RNG (random number generator) is an important part in roguelikes. It's not, however, the ONLY meaningful part.
This is the game's worst sin. it's completely random. In good roguelikes, there's a lot of strategy and thought. Randomness can screw you up, but usually, a good player can turn the tides.
Not in hack, slash, loot. Frankly it's like someone saw the success of rogue-lites and jumped the wagon without actual knowledge of what makes a roguelike/lite a good game.

Protip: it's NOT randomness what makes a roguelike good. Randomness is just one of the ingredients.
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27 von 29 Personen (93%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
7.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 21. März
This game is stupid-hard, and not even in a good way. There's no depth to the mechanics; it's just one RNG-driven slap-fight after another. Every once in a while I play it again just to remind myself why I never play it.

If you want something that's really hard but rewarding, go play Monster Hunter, Dark Souls, or something by Edmund McMillen.
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17 von 21 Personen (81%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
1.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 7. Februar
If you want to have an idea of how random this game is, then press ctrl + f (cmd + f on a Mac) and type "random".

I love many "random" games, but like it has been pinpointed in other reviews, in such games you're essentially learning from your mistakes and experience, one's own self "out of character xp level" experience that adds to your skills and perception by grasping the mechanics of the game. In such games, you're rewarded progressively by the experience you have gathered in earlier play-throughs and in every new game you're becoming better, not because you're upgrading a character from the game (Rogue Legacy I am looking at you!) but because you're comprehending better how the game is actually working. That leads to the conclusion that the deeper the mechanics of a game, the more rewarding the feeling of satisfaction you're getting from it.

Unfortunately, 'Hack, Slash, Loot' is not such a game, in all of the above statements.
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10 von 12 Personen (83%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
5.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22. April
Hack, Slash, Loot, or "HSL", looks charming at first with it's retro-style pixel art... until you realize that the gameplay is even more primitive. It is not an understatement to say that everything in this game either comes down to little more than random chance and comparing numbers.

Combat is completely limited to clicking on an enemy until they die. That's it. No special moves, no abilities, no changing gear, nothing. Sure, depending on your weapon you either use melee, ranged or magic attacks, but unless you're fighting near a weapon drop you can't change on the fly, plus your character will usually specialize in one type so there' very little reason to change unless you get VERY skewed consumable drops (more on that later). At best you can try to bottleneck enemies in doorways or tight coriidors to fight them one by one, or run away and hope you find something useful before you get surrounded, but that barely qualifies as "strategy". And even then, you still have to hope that RNGesus is smiling down upon you.

The item system is almost as primitive. Most of the time, it feels less like you are trying to decide which weapon or piece of armor to equip, and more like you're just comparing numbers (although special damage types such as the stunning Lighting do make things a little more interesting) As for consumables, you never know if a potion or w/e will help and/or hinder you, meaning once again it's entirely up to luck rather than any sort of choice or strategy if it help you.

Oh, and there's no save system. At all.

All in all, this game had a lot of potential, but instead the gameplay is comparable to banging your head against a wall while comparing helmets and popping pills that "might" make it hurt less. What this game needed was something, ANYTHING that might have made the gameplay more complex than dice rolling: Abilities/items to use in a pinch, swapping around weapons, etc etc: anything that would make success less dependant on how lucky you are.

If you're at all thinking of picking up this title anyway, I highly recommend buying another game called One-Way Heroics instead, which in a nutshell is practically like this game with the improvements I just suggested, and at only somewhat more than half the price.
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22 von 37 Personen (59%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
28.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 1. April
Hack, Slash, Loot is a top down roguelike, this game will kill you over and over again to begin with. But be paintent, the game will reward you immensley with a lot of fun and characters. The more you die, the more characters and items drops you unlock.

The classic pixel art works really well in the top down view. The game play is very simple. You play with a mouse, and that's it. Turn based movement/actions makes this perfect for playing with a trackpad on a laptop too.

There is a nice "compare" feature here which makes picking and choosing what equipment to use easier than most games I've played previously. Plenty of different classes, I specifically enjoyed playing the Mage class, as it is super powerful towards endgame. I also found that the levels do not get progressivly harder, for instance, the first map you play is by far not the easiest, the difficulty will change on each playthrough. By completing certain other maps, you might also unlock "artifacts" which carry over to your other playthroughs as well.

Whilst the game is very RNG, I still ploughed plenty of hours into HSL and enjoyed every minute of it. Worth the £4,99 for sure.
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