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Avernum es un mundo bajo tierra, una nación subterránea repleta de pícaros, inadaptados y bandidos que sobreviven a duras penas en esta oscuridad infectada de monstruos.
Fecha de lanzamiento: 11 de Abr, 2012
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Incluye 12 artículos: Avadon: The Black Fortress, Geneforge 1, Geneforge 2, Geneforge 3, Geneforge 4: Rebellion, Geneforge 5: Overthrow, Avernum 4, Avernum 5, Avernum 6, Avernum: Escape From the Pit, Nethergate: Resurrection, Avadon 2: The Corruption

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“The game's strong writing carries it through, and earns it a place among the greatest indie RPGs.”
9.0/10 – Game Chronicles

“Fans looking to get into the Avernum series will do very well with Escape from the Pit, and while the improvements beyond the game engine and visuals are relatively modest, there's still a lot to enjoy even if you've played through the game once before already.”
GameBanshee

“It is a tribute to indie gaming as a whole that a game made by such a tiny team can swell into such an involving, engrossing and glorious fantasy epic.”
9.0/10 – The Digital Fix

“If you're looking for a complex single player RPG and value content at the expense of visuals, don't miss this title.”
8.0/10 – Impulse Gamer

“Spiderweb Software have provided a vast world in which to get lost, and a hefty quest in which to sink your teeth, which will reward those who can overlook its lack of finesse with many hours of enjoyable adventure.”
Indie Game Magazine

Acerca del juego

Avernum es una épica fantasía de rol que transcurre en una enorme nación subterránea. Avernum es un mundo bajo tierra, una nación subterránea repleta de pícaros, inadaptados y bandidos que sobreviven a duras penas en esta oscuridad infectada de monstruos.

Has sido desterrado al inframundo para no volver a ver jamás la luz del día.

La superficie está gobernada por el cruel Emperador Hawthorne, maestro del Imperio. Todas las tierras conocidas se encuentran bajo su yugo brutal. Todo aquel que hable más de la cuenta, se comporte mal o no

Requisitos del sistema (PC)

    • SO: Windows XP
    • Procesador: 1.6 GHz
    • Memoria: 256 MB de RAM, 512 MB recomendado
    • Disco Duro: 300 MB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: Aceleradora 3D compatible con OpenGL

Requisitos del sistema (MAC)

    • SO: OS X 10.5 o posterior
    • Procesador: 1.6 GHz
    • Memoria: 256 MB de RAM, 512 MB recomendado
    • Disco Duro: 300 MB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: Aceleradora 3D compatible con OpenGL
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A 22 de 25 personas (88%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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In today's day and age, Spiderweb Software's games may seem like a novelty, but make no doubt that for the right audience they are exceptionally good games that offer a lot of bang for their buck. Avernum: Escape From The Pit is a modernized version of the Avernum series, and while the graphics are still not flashy the game more than makes up for it with good writing and solid turn based combat.

The game is a text heavy one, a blessing or a curse depending on the person playing. The writing is stellar and coupled with the low-key graphics it's one of the few games where you can really use your imagination if you so wish. It is worth noting that Avernum is an open-world RPG, so while I say the writing is stellar, don't expect a centralized story with deep characters--that's not what this game is. The game itself takes place in a huge underground cave complex, a joy for those like me who like underground fantasy settings and even for those who don't should still appreciate the unique and interesting world Avernum presents.

Avernum is lengthy, but if it's your type of game it will feel just right, making it a great game to pick up if you're on a budget. One playthrough alone will take about seventy to eighty hours if you are a semi completionist, and even if you aren't I would wager it would take a good fifty hours to beat. Throw in harder difficulties and achievements and you can easily extend that playtime twofold.

The combat is fairly atypical for a turn based game, but by no means bland. Each ally/enemy gets one turn per round and there are different types of characters your party can contain (priests, mage, etc.). The game is open world as mentioned and it lets you explore the world on your own, the game guides you very loosely but the bulk of the exploration is up to you to do. As thus, you can easily find yourself faced off against baddies that are higher level than you which can keep the game challenging even on normal difficulty.

Open world exploration in the deep caves of Avernum mixed with some awesome writing and very interesting in-game encounters made this game a blast, but one of the things I liked most was how seamlessly the keyboard was integrated into the game. With the exception of needing to use my touchpad to click on a few interactive objects in the game world and assigning character stats/equipping items, just about everything you need to do in-game can be done with just the keyboard. Conversations, looting, fighting, moving--can all be done with the keyboard. If you're playing at home on your desktop, this may not mean much, but if you want to play this on a laptop without a mouse handy, this game is the one. Very few RPGs can be played on low-end laptops and even fewer can be played without a mouse, but Avernum is perhaps the only game I've played that's required mouse/touchpad input so sparsely. I feel like I could have enjoyed an amazing RPG experience from any Spiderweb game, but this one stands out to me due to the stellar keyboard integration.
Publicado: 28 de Julio
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A 16 de 18 personas (89%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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You have to like old school dungeon crawlers to appreciate the game. Having said that it was everything an old school RPG game should be about. I'm a bit of a 1-time-pass-thru-completionist (rather than quick finish to replay for alternative paths) and I got almost everything done in 187 hrs. There was only a few times I felt it was tedious play and that was with the friggin horrible "lights go out, so you must click millions off times to move inches" periods. The game does have a few minor bugs, like some times in teleporting your party members can end up inside room objects and freezes game for reload and if you happen to double click when casting sometimes your party members cast fake spells and move (when not supposed to move at all) so wasted turns can happen in middle of battles. BUT even with those minor bugs, the game was so fun and challenging I didnt mind over looking them. Newer more expensive games with better graphics have been doing much worse lately. Just suggestion, but go into settings and set party to move in fast mode or you might want to kill them yourself waiting to move very far! I'm definitely a fan of Spiderweb after this intro and I've already purchased x3 more Avernums based off this one. If that helps you decide in a purchase.
Publicado: 29 de Abril
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A 14 de 16 personas (88%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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This is a game for those who want to experience the nostalgic turn-base RPG. For those familiar with Ultima IV (1985 release), Avernum will bring back those fond memories. In Escape from the Pit, you control up to four party members who have been banished from the Empire. From that seed, the storyline will grow. Since this is a relaunch of the Avernum series, the graphics are kept simple, but effective and plays efficiently on much older systems. Combat is turn-base with turns accomplished sequentially by intitiative and party order. The story is interesting with plenty of side quests and dungeons/caves to crawl around and explore. There is plenty of content since as of this review, I'm over 12 hours in and have covered around 1/3 of the map.

Bottom line is that this is a fun turn-base RPG. It's a must for the fans of Ultima IV.
Publicado: 26 de Mayo
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A 8 de 11 personas (73%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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This is prehaps the best Dungeon Crawler/RPG (outside Legend of Grimrock, Dungeons of Dredmore) that Steam has to offer. It is easy to get into and hard to put down. What makes it so enjoyable is the non-linear progression of it all. You have a choice over everything, from doing quests to killing things. Your charators can be speced to your choosing. Want a warrior that hits like a truck and can shoot fireballs? You can do that! You want a rouge that can't be hit and is a master lockpick? You can!

All in all, this game is well worth the price, even more on sale (if the Summer Sale is going while viewing this review)
You won't regret. I've spent 135 hours on this game. Take it from me. It won't let you down!
Publicado: 22 de Junio
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A 3 de 3 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Maybe the best $1.99 I've ever spent. There's so much content and wonderful strategic character progression. If you can sacrifice a little sheen for deep mechanics, this is a no-brainer.
Publicado: 7 de Junio
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A 10 de 10 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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A pesar de sus gráficos anticuados y de una interfaz de juego bastante obsoleta no puedo dejar de recomendar este juego por su profundidad. Proporciona la misma sensación que el "un turno más" de Civilization y te pasan las horas sin darte cuenta. La prosa es bastante buena (en inglés, eso sí) y la historia es bastante original, con diferentes finales y muy muy larga.

Los combates tácticos están muy bien diseñados a pesar de que algunos son fáciles y otros, sobre todo los enemigos finales, son bastante jodidos. Pero lo mejor es que con una buena planificación la victoria está casi siempre asegurada y eso es para mí un punto a favor porque ayuda a que te estrujes el cerebro para acabar con ese enemigo que antes veías como una montaña imposible de escalar.

Publicado: 6 de Marzo
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