OMERTA - CITY OF GANGSTERS est une simulation de gang mafieux qui intègre des combats tactiques en tour par tour. Nous sommes en 1920, à Atlantic City, et vous incarnez un immigrant tout juste débarqué, qui rêve de la grande vie et qui, pour y parvenir, va gravir petit à petit tous les échelons de la hiérarchie criminelle.
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Date de parution: 31 jan 2013

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"Gangster era Xcom-style game. While not as deep tactically as Xcom it is still very fun and ofter overlooked game."

À propos de ce jeu

OMERTA - CITY OF GANGSTERS est une simulation de gang mafieux qui intègre des combats tactiques en tour par tour. Nous sommes en 1920, à Atlantic City, et vous incarnez un immigrant tout juste débarqué, qui rêve de la grande vie et qui, pour y parvenir, va gravir petit à petit tous les échelons de la hiérarchie criminelle. Vous allez commencer par de petits boulots, avant de recruter les premiers membres de votre gang et d'étendre votre empire en vous emparant des territoires d'autres gangsters. À terme, vous établirez votre propre syndicat du crime et deviendrez le maître officieux d'Atlantic City.

Points forts

  • Représentation fidèle d'Atlantic City et de ses sites marquants.
  • Le module stratégique vous permet de surveiller la ville, de planifier vos actions, votre extension et de collecter des renseignements.
  • Le module de combat tactique en tour par tour permet de se mettre à couvert et de mener des actions furtives.
  • 15 personnages uniques à contrôler, ayant chacun une personnalité et un passif uniques.
  • Des éléments de jeu de rôle pour développer les personnages contrôlables et gérer leur équipement.
  • Des modes de jeux multijoueur en coopération et en compétition, avec des gangs persistants.
  • 15+ heures de jeu par partie.
  • 20 cartes uniques qui représentent les différents quartiers d'Atlantic City.

Configuration requise

    Minimum :
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP SP3 32-bit, Vista SP2, Windows 7
    • Processeur : Double-cœur 2 GHz
    • Mémoire vive : 2 Go de RAM
    • Affichage : Geforce 8800, Radeon HD 2000, compatible Pixel Shader 3.0 et comportant 256 Mo de mémoire vidéo
    • DirectX® : 9.0c
    • Disque dur : 5 Go d'espace disque disponible
    • Son : Compatible DirectX
    Recommandée :
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows 7 64-bit
    • Processeur : Quadri-cœur 2 GHz
    • Mémoire vive : 4 Go de RAM
    • Affichage : Séries Geforce 400, Radeon HD 5000, comportant 512 Mo de mémoire vidéo
    • OS: Mac OSX 10.7 or higher.
    • Processor: Dual-core or higher
    • Memory: 2 GB
    • Graphics: Intel HD 3000 or higher, NVIDIA 8x00, 9x00, 2x0, 3x0, 4x0, 5x0 and 6x0, and AMD 2x00 or higher.
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2 personne(s) sur 3 (67%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
16.9 heures en tout
Je trouve aucun mots pour définir Omerta City of Gangsters , des jeux comme ça si on pouvais en avoir plus souvent , Merci Kalypso et Haemimont
Posté le : 9 octobre
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72 personne(s) sur 88 (82%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
34.1 heures en tout
After playing total of ~30 hours and in fact finishing the game with every unique weapon, unfortunately I don't recommend this title.

Let's start from the good side. You have very nice voice-acting, awesome graphics (especially rain visuals on street is pretty damn good, I liked that), and... yeah, that's it.

For some reason I couldn't find more pros. It's a very simple mix of strategy and RPG, with turn-based combat. Gameplay is pretty damn boring, it takes some time in every mission to "settle up" and make a good income, only to discover that 5 minutes later mission is finished... And you start again...

Actually there's no real reason for "having fun" with doing anything apart from main storyline. The only things, which are permanent are the weapons, and most of them are useless anyway.

I won't lie if I say that I had higher hopes for this title. I love Tropicos and got this game as a preorder special to Tropico 5, and decided that I can play it a bit before Tropico 5 arrives, but no. Game is unfortunately boring, repeatable, very short (you can finish it with collecting most of the achievements under 20 hours, on normal gameplay it's about 10-15 hours I'd say), and doesn't really offer ANYTHING, which could potentially hold me for a bit longer.

Sorry Kalypso, but Omerta isn't your strongest title. Adding more RPG elements like taking 1/10 or even less of daily income to the next mission would make it far more enjoyable. There's no real reason for making anything apart from storyline, and perhaps collecting some interesting weapons, but even this is pretty optional. I had higher hopes for this game and I was sure that it will be similar as with Tropico - I start playing and it forces me to finish every damn mission, only because it's that good game. In this case, I had to force myself to finish this game, and it's unlikely that I'll launch this game ever again.
Posté le : 2 mai
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49 personne(s) sur 66 (74%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
21.8 heures en tout
Its an ok game all-in-all. I played it for a few hours then uninstalled after buying it on sale, but after watching a couple seasons of Boardwalk Empire I had to try it again. The game isn't that deep, and the strategic gameplay is a bit weak. The story however, and all of the little typical Kalypso/Tropico esque NPCs with their jokes and side quests can keep you entertained. *** EXTRA COPY LONG GONE *** Message me before you buy it, I have an extra copy from when it was $2, be more than happy to send it if you want the game.
Posté le : 18 mai
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22 personne(s) sur 28 (79%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
7.4 heures en tout
The game is a "manage your criminal organization" strategy game, with turn-based combat missions and a setting in 1920's Atlantic City.

First of all, the mood and atmosphere is excellent. The graphics and music are really good. The voice-acting is fairly decent. Although the story is rather stereotypical, it isn't bad by any means.

About the gameplay, I like to compare it to Xcom Enemy Unknown, because they both combine a management game with turn-based combat missions. Xcom EU won several prices last year, including strategy game of the year, and got generally high reviews.

From what I heard, the reason Omerta got bad criticism was mostly due to bugs and the management aspect being fairly simple. Funny enough, I feel the same applies easily to Xcom EU: base management is totally simplified compared to classic Xcom, and multiplayer is so bugged it's hardly playable. The difference is Xcom patches only seemed to scratch the surface, while I've recently played a lot of Omerta and haven't encountered a single bug.

And what about the turn-based combat ? Well, I actually prefer Omerta, I really feel they did a great job on that. Especially "line of sight", which is a serious issue in XCom, is well executed in Omerta. Everything also seems to be nicely balanced. I'm not sure how active the multiplayer community is, I'm afraid it's pretty dead thanks to the bad publicity the game received.

Bugs: no big issues I'm aware of
Management part : fun, but pretty casual, not that much replay value
Turn-based strategy missions : excellent
Gangster setting : great

Maybe I'm biased because I really like both the genre (management + turn-based strategy) and the setting (gangsters). So it probably depends what you're looking for. Biggest issue seems to me the limited replay value.
Posté le : 1 mai
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9 personne(s) sur 10 (90%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
17.2 heures en tout
Omerta — a code of silence that forbids Mafia members from cooperating with authorities and revealing information about their criminal activities.Sharing its name with the famous code, Omerta: City of Gangsters is a management simulation and turn-based tactical combat game set in prohibition-era Atlantic City that follows the activities of a newly-established mob boss.Atlantic City consists of 20 maps and each has a role to play in the overall campaign. At the start of a new chapter you get to pick which map to play on by choosing a mission. Missions have different rewards attached to them such as a level-up for your henchmen, special weapons or an increase in team size. Then the game zooms in on the streets on the map and drops you into what could be considered to be the primary melting pot of the game’s many aspects; the strategic level.Here you rent and buy properties in which you can set up both legal and illegal businesses. Character creation is reminiscent of classic turn-based RPGs like Fallout or Baldur’s Gate, but in a mobster setting. Rather than just assign points to your attributes — Muscle, Finesse, Smarts, Cunning, Guts, and Toughness — you select four or so out of a dozen options that establish your character’s aptitudes.Omerta’s turn-based combat feels like the generic brand version of XCOM: Enemy Unknown, lacking any cinematic flair and seeming no more evolved than the turn-based strategy titles from the ’90s, with a cover system that feels ambiguous at best and arbitrary at worst. Sometimes you fight mobsters, sometimes you fight cops, and sometimes you fight KKK members, but there’s little nuance to be had in your approach to dealing with these foes. To Omerta’s credit, you can often skip combat with an “auto-resolve” option.What Omerta does best is capture the charm of the 1920s, from the soundtrack’s smooth jazz tunes, to the accents of the colorful characters, to the aesthetics of period city districts and vehicles. Omerta even touches on the themes of racism and sexism, issues that plagued society in those days, without being offensive or irreverent, and without taking the easy way out by ignoring them altogether.Omerta is a great game which quite successfully mixes economic management with tactical turn based combat in a well-made mobster setting.
Posté le : 26 septembre
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8 personne(s) sur 12 (67%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
7.5 heures en tout
"C’est déséquilibré des deux côtés, rendant les missions soit très dures, soit très faciles. Surtout, elles deviennent franchement ennuyantes. Du coup, on automatise les missions dès que possible, via le pourcentage de taux de réussite. On ne s’occupe bientôt plus que de la gestion, déjà assez creuse. Et fatalement, même si on trouve Omerta très amusant à jouer, on se demande bien si le jeu serait aussi sympathique avec son univers et ses musiques jazzy en moins. La réponse est clairement non."
Posté le : 25 novembre 2013
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