la stoffa per sopravvivere a Realms of Ancient War?Assumi il controllo di un potente guerriero, un temibile stregone e una canaglia, dopodiché tuffati in un'incredibile missione a base di azione!Caratteristiche principali:L'esplosivo picchiaduro a scorrimento (a base di azione/gioco di ruolo) R.A.W.
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Data di rilascio: 11 ott 2012

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“… Realms’ raw intensity and chaotic excitement will keep you playing.”
7 out of 10 – Official Xbox Magazine

Informazioni sul gioco

la stoffa per sopravvivere a Realms of Ancient War?

Assumi il controllo di un potente guerriero, un temibile stregone e una canaglia, dopodiché tuffati in un'incredibile missione a base di azione!

Caratteristiche principali:

  • L'esplosivo picchiaduro a scorrimento (a base di azione/gioco di ruolo) R.A.W. ti consentirà di attraversare, da solo o con un amico in modalità cooperativa, un mondo fantasy devastato da un'antica e violentissima guerra.
  • Fai salire di livello i tuoi eroi, raccogli armi e armature più potenti, sblocca nuovi incantesimi più devastanti e stermina le decine di orde nemiche lungo la tua strada.
  • Grazie al dono dell'incarnazione assumi il controllo degli avversari più potenti, per scatenarne la potenza e seminare distruzione fra le legioni nemiche!

Requisiti di sistema

    • OS: WINDOWS XP SP3/WINDOWS VISTA SP2/WINDOWS 7
    • Processor: AMD/INTEL DUAL-CORE 2.5 GHZ
    • Memory: 1024 MB (XP)/2048 MB (VISTA/7)
    • Graphics: 512 MB 100% DIRECTX 9 AND SHADERS 4.0 COMPATIBLE. ATI RADEON HD 3850/NVIDIA GEFORCE 8800 GT/INTEL HD 2000 OR HIGHER
    • DirectX®: 9
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB
    • Sound: DIRECTX 9 COMPATIBLE
    • Internet: INTERNET CONNECTION REQUIRED FOR THE GAME ACTIVATION
Recensioni utili
10 persone su 10 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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7.7 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 15 aprile 2015
R.A.W. il cui acronimo sta per Realms of Ancient War è un gioco clone di Diablo/Torchlight/Che dir si voglia in cui nei panni di uno dei tre eroi disponibili dovremo viaggiare per il piccolo mondo di gioco ed eliminare migliaia di mostri che non faranno altro che ostacolarci.

Graficamente il titolo non è malvagio ma nemmeno un capolavoro e soffre di una conversione derivante da Xbox 360, parliamo comunque di un titolo che non fa della grafica il suo punto di forza ma il gameplay.

A livello di sonoro abbiamo poche musiche e pochi effetti sonori.

La giocabilità appare incredibilmente migliore con il controller per Xbox 360 piuttosto che con il mouse (che risulta veramente impacciato in alcune sezioni), pertanto potrebbe spiazzare parecchi giocatori.

La longevità della campagna si aggira intorno alle sette ore di gioco, un po' pochine a dir la verità ma il gioco nasce comunque come titolo a prezzo budget (è uscito pure "scatolato" a meno di 10 euro) derivante da console Xbox 360 (e ciò forse spiega perchè il controller risulta migliore a livello di giocabilità) ed in ogni caso data la ripetività del gioco forse è meglio così. E' comunque possibile giocare in multiplayer locale con un amico.

In sostanza se avete già eviscerato Diablo III, The Incredible Adventures Of Van Helsing e Torchlight e vi sentite in crisi di astinenza dategli un'occasione, è sicuramente più economico e divertente di Sacred 3.
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1 persone su 3 (33%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
9.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 13 ottobre 2014
Manca il Multi Player, Sconsigliato dunque, Il melee non si puo' giocare fa schifo rispetto alle altri classi, il cacciaotre e' troppo superiore alle altri classi.
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0 persone su 2 (0%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
0.3 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 12 novembre 2014
Un'altra copia uscita male dei classici Diablo e Baldur's Gate... Una decina d'anni dopo.

Storia nella media degli RPG, ma sviluppata malissimo a livello di gameplay.

3/10
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92 persone su 109 (84%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
8.4 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 3 novembre 2013
Inspired by games like the Diablo franchise or Torchlight, Realms of Ancient War is an old school hack and slash dungeon crawler with very limited depth and breadth that is hard to overlook even tough it isn't a triple-A title. The story in the game is not the worst we've seen so far, in all honesty it's fairly interesting and one of the stronger points of the game. The game starts years after the so called Ancient War which divided the land to 4 territories (East, West, South and North...duh, imagination at it's best). The Northern King proposed truce so he invited the remaining kings to the Hero's Garden. Something went wrong because the Northern King was never to be seen again and the rest of the kings became soulless zombies. Yes, clichés after clichés, but it's not all that bad. The game contains some witty dialogues and turns.

We can pick from 3 unnamed characters: wizard, warrior and rogue. Each have different styles but they aren't that different that any would change the gameplay significantly. Each class has it's own skill tree, where you can level up your attacks. There are 1 level and 3 level skills. Skills open up gradually. The first group right after the beginning of the game, the second after you reach lvl 10, the last after lvl 20. However, there are two problems related to your skill management. First, in every stage you can gain exactly one level. No matter how much you fight or how many side quest (there aren't that many) you complete. You can only get 1 skill point in each stage. That makes the whole level grinding procedure useless and dropping all the challenge. You will get your skill point no matter what.

The second problem comes with the use of your skills. You have only 4 skills at your use at a given time. Two of them are to be activated with the mouse and two with keystrokes on the keyboard. You can program these skills to the aforementioned buttons. If you want to use other skills you have to use the alternative set. Essentially you have 2 sets of skills, which can be changed at any time with a button push. Easy enough, in theory at least. Practice is a different beast. Remembering which skill you have assigned to which button in which set is pointless, painful and horrible. When a dozens of foes are attacking you there is no way this system can be use properly. Using this method is understandable on consoles where there are limited buttons to use, but on a PC it's unacceptable. This is where you realize that 4 skills/attacks are well enough to complete the game.

At least the fighting and hack'n slashing is exciting. You are continuously attacked by tens of enemies, making the game challenging and intense. Sometimes it is hard to hit smaller enemies, like spiders which live everywhere, rain forests or volcanoes it doesn't matter for them. Graphically the game doesn't excel, but it's not bad either. For an XBLA title it's passable. Not are the audio tracks though. Audio effects are horrible and repeating. Listening to the same 3 grindings throughout 8-10 hours when you hit enemies is annoying. The music is on par with the rest of the audio. You get one passable song which plays when you start the game, the rest of the music tracks during gameplay are just pointless burrs.

R.A.W. is a below average hack and slash game that tries to build upon it's great predecessors of the genre but fails in every possible way. It's chaotic, mediocre and boring. A game that is hard to recommend when you can get a dozen of it's kind cheaper (or even for free). If you can finish it once there is no point starting the game ever again.

Rating: 45/100; Replay Value: 1/5; To Beat: 8-9 hours; Played on: normal.
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62 persone su 67 (93%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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4.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 3 agosto 2015
There are minor annoyances in the game, like having you confirm every single item you sell over and over, or not being able to hit a small creature like a spider that you are pointing at directly. Then there are bigger issues, like ranged enemies attacking you outside the camera view or masses of enemies suddenly spawning en masse right next to you. But it was at the point I spawned into a new room just to receive an attack from a ranged enemy that I gave up on this game.

Realms of Ancient War feels like a first attempt at a Diablo style action-RPG which is fine as I'll play anything half decent. Unfortunately, this game does not qualify. It seemed the only way this game could provide a challenge is by swarming you with enemies that weren't on the same spot a second ago. Or you may be trapped in a tiny area with no room to move around while fighting a boss. Obviously things like this give the player a bad impression as opposed to any sense of challenge. It seems I'm spending all my time attacking dwarves and spiders with the occasional lizard.

Environment serves mostly to get in the way if you're a bow or magic wielder. Even small rocks just above the ground can block your ranged weapons. To make matters worse, they console-ify the game by limiting you to four available skills at one time along with a health and mana potion. That reminds me a little too much of the limiting skillset of Diablo 3. You can switch to a second skill set by pressing Tab while using the same keys, but that is terribly unintuitive compared to just giving us the action keys we need. Keys are not rebindable either.

I made it to level 10 but could not continue any further. I suspect most will drop the game before this point.
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