Adam Venture es un héroe de acción y exploración; un aventurero que usa su ingenio más que la violencia. Con una perspectiva en tercera persona gracias al motor Unreal 3™, los amantes de las aventuras disfrutarán de un grandioso espectáculo visual combinado con una familiar forma de contar historias.
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Incluye: Episodio 1: The Search For The Lost Garden, Episodio 2: Solomons Secret, Episodio 3: Revelations

 

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Adam Venture es un héroe de acción y exploración; un aventurero que usa su ingenio más que la violencia. Con una perspectiva en tercera persona gracias al motor Unreal 3™, los amantes de las aventuras disfrutarán de un grandioso espectáculo visual combinado con una familiar forma de contar historias.

En esta segunda entrega de la saga por episodios, Adam Venture y su gente terminaron en el Jerusalén de 1920 tras lograr escapar con vida de las Cavernas del Edén. En su continua búsqueda del Jardín Perdido del Edén, se vieron involucrados en una compleja trama en una frenética excavación para localizar el tesoro del Rey Salomón, pero ¿eso es todo? No todo es lo que parece...

Características Principales

  • Desarrollado utilizando el aclamado motor Unreal 3
  • Segunda entrega de la saga por episodios. Renderizado en un brillante 3D para lograr unos gráficos impresionantes y unos entornos espectaculares que dan vida a la historia
  • Juego no violento
  • Interesante historia al estilo de las aventuras clásicas con matices históricos, con más personajes, complejidad y giros que en la anterior entrega de la saga
  • 8 niveles diferentes, incluyendo escenarios exteriores y una mayor cantidad de horas de juego
  • Más de 50 desafiantes puzles con distintos grados de dificultad

Requisitos del sistema

    Recomendado:
    • SO: Windows 2000, XP
    • Procesador: Intel Pentium a 2.0 GHz o equivalente de AMD
    • Memoria: 512 MB de de RAM
    • Gráficos: Gráfica con soporte para Pixel Shader 3.0 *
    • Disco Duro: 1 GB de espacio libre
    • Adicional: *No todos los modelos para portátil han sido probados y puede que algunos no proporcionen las características adecuadas para cumplir los elevados requisitos de hardware
    Recomendado:
    • SO: Windows 7
    • Procesador: Intel Pentium Dual Core o equivalente de AMD
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Gráfica con soporte para Pixel Shader 3.0 *
    • Disco Duro: 1 GB de espacio libre
    • Adicional: *No todos los modelos para portátil han sido probados y puede que algunos no proporcionen las características adecuadas para cumplir los elevados requisitos de hardware
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A 7 de 10 personas (70%) les ha sido útil este análisis
1.9 h registradas
Publicado el 20 de febrero
Adam's Venture is a simple puzzle adventure game that has an Uncharted feel, yet has no action and has very repetitive puzzles. The game is broken up into 3 episodes, where each episode is about 90 minutes long. The character's movement is glitchy which can cause some issues during some platforming sequences. The graphics and voice acting are OK, however if you're looking for an adventure game you should look towards games made by TellTale or LucasArts.
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A 4 de 5 personas (80%) les ha sido útil este análisis
3.0 h registradas
Publicado el 13 de julio
TL;DR: Good 2nd Episode of Adam's Venture series of puzzle adventures.

If you are reading this you might or might not have played Episode 1 already. In case you didn't, it matters little because the story didn't advance a lot in the first one. You are still Adam Venture, an overconfident guy basically masquerading Indiana Jones. Story-wise, the second episode completely outperforms the first episode:

When you return from the (small spoiler alert:) failed excursion to the Garden of Eden you are suddenly detained and jailed. Like in many greater adventure games of past, the action begins when you have to break out of jail. Then you can proceed to sneak around the camp site.

Unfortunately there is not much real stealth involved. Mostly you'll just have to search the camp site and see the guards roam in the background with no chance to get caught. It's still whole lot more intense than the ghost from the first episode at least for the first play-through when the illusion of tension still holds. Story will guide you to Jerusalem and to find out what Clairvaux Corporation (also known as the Big Baddie) is scheming about.

Being a puzzle adventure the puzzles are important. It was a pleasure to find that this time they make more sense than in the cryptic caves of Episode 1. They are also more challenging and therefore more interesting. The only weird one was the moving platforms puzzle where Adam can't jump over a simple rope to another platform.

Adam's an irritating protagonist, thinking himself as super competent but getting outperformed by Eve, his co-partner. Despite seeing her in action he still thinks he's better than her. This works as a drama tool, as funnily enough he gets called for it numerous times by Eve.

There are still issues with the objects other than characters not casting shadows, making the surroundings and distances harder to perceive. Fortunately there are less circumstances where this is shown so it matters less.

After the dullness that was Episode 1, Solomon's Secret is a breeze of fresh air. Like its predecessor, it lasts for only 2-3 hours but is much more enjoyable. It ends in a cliffhanger for the conclusion in Episode 3, so you'll be wanting to have that one as well. I'd recommend getting all three episodes on bundled together on sale, though if you want to you could simply skip the first one because there's not much story there to speak of.
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A 12 de 13 personas (92%) les ha sido útil este análisis
5.5 h registradas
Publicado el 18 de noviembre de 2014
Pleasant 2nd episode to this series. More of the same with good looking graphics and simple adventure puzzles to solve with some random action here and there. Simple game with not much investment or time required.
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A 18 de 24 personas (75%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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2.5 h registradas
Publicado el 17 de abril de 2014
I still don't know why i bother to play this game; I suppose after buying the whole pack, i was determined to finish all three games, even if theyre terrible, terrible games. Anyway, Adam's Venture Episode 2 (seriously, I can't believe they made a second one) picks up where the previous game left off, except it turns out after stopping the evil professor guy ( I seriously can't be bothered remembering his name) the company you work for (yea forgot them too) take you in as prisoners, for no apparent reason. You escape and find Solomon's Temple. Like literally thats the plot. While as before it has a few interesting puzzles, they're still far too easy. Graphics and gameplay are identical to the previous game, and as a result, is still just terrible. Writing and characters are bland, uninteresting and badly written.

If you've played the previous game, and you really, really want to know what happens, then I suggest you write your own fan-fiction, because it'll be better than this.
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A 11 de 12 personas (92%) les ha sido útil este análisis
4.1 h registradas
Publicado el 8 de diciembre de 2014
It's no secret...Adam Venture's adventure is okay at best.

If you have played the first one...then you know what to expect from this game. There are some improvements like more varied environments and some slightly more challenging puzzles...but there are some worse things too...like the painful storyline and the "romance" between our two heroes. I'd only recommend this to people who find it on sale and have played the first and just really, really want to finish the series.
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