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In a world torn by war, the aged gremlin archaeologist Mortimer MacGuffin harbors the dark secret of a powerful artifact.
Data di rilascio: 31 Lug 2012
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Acquista The Book of Unwritten Tales

Pacchetti che includono questo gioco

Acquista The Book of Unwritten Tales Digital Deluxe Edition

Include 2 oggetti: The Book of Unwritten Tales Digital Extras, The Book of Unwritten Tales

Acquista The Book of Unwritten Tales Collection

Include 4 oggetti: The Book of Unwritten Tales Digital Extras, The Book of Unwritten Tales, The Book of Unwritten Tales: The Critter Chronicles, The Book of Unwritten Tales: Critter Chronicles Digital Extras

Recensioni

“You'll have to go all the way back to 1993 until you can find a game that delivers this much fun. Telltale, this is how you should have done when you resurrected the adventure genre. Beware, you're not alone anymore…”
9/10 – Eurogamer Sweden

“The Book of Unwritten Tales is a top notch adventure game that any fan of the genre will appreciate.”
93/100 – Gamingillustrated

“Never in the past decade we've seen such a well-built comedy/ fantasy adventure game, filled to the brim with great narration, sense of purpose and feelings of joy and despair. An absolute must have for every "adventurer".”
9.5/10 – GameOver

The Book of Unwritten Tales 2


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Informazioni sul gioco

In a world torn by war, the aged gremlin archaeologist Mortimer MacGuffin harbors the dark secret of a powerful artifact. Whoever calls this artifact his own, will determine the fate of the world.

While the Army of the Shadows sends out its best and most devious agents to discover the secret, the Alliance's four heroes find themselves involuntarily drawn into the crisis...

Key features:

  • Humorous Point & Click homage to the RPG and fantasy genre.
  • About 20 hours of gameplay in a massive game world with detailed graphics.
  • Multi-character gameplay: Play as Wilbur, Nate, Ivo, and the Critter - in turn or simultaneously - and use the skills of your heroes wisely.
  • Meet numerous crazy characters - from two-headed ogres and vegetarian dragons to good-natured zombies.
  • Solve over 150 mind-boggling puzzles and discover more than 300 items that can be used and combined.

Requisiti di sistema (PC)

    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows XP SP 3 (32bit) / Vista SP 2 / Windows 7 SP 1
    • Processor:Pentium IV 2 GHz / Athlon 2.4 GHz
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:Direct-X 9c compliant video card with 128 MB RAM, PixelShader 2.0
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:6 GB HD space
    Recommended:
    • OS:Windows XP SP 3 (32bit) / Vista SP 2 / Windows 7 SP 1
    • Processor:3 GHz
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Graphics:Direct-X 9c compliant video card with 256 MB RAM, PixelShader 2.0
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:6 GB HD space

Requisiti di sistema (MAC)

    Minimum:
    • OS:Mac OS X 10.6/Mac OS X 10.7
    • Processor:1.4GHz Intel Mac Core Duo
    • Memory:1500 MB RAM
    • Graphics:Intel GMA-950-Grafikkarte with 64MB VRAM or better
    • Hard Drive:6 GB HD space
Recensioni utili dai clienti
3 di 3 persone (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
125 prodotti nell'account
5 recensioni
4.2 ore in totale
Il nuovo Monkey Island
Pubblicata: 25 Aprile 2014
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No
1 di 1 persone (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
116 prodotti nell'account
10 recensioni
16.7 ore in totale
Consiglio vivamente questo gioco agli appassionati del genere. E' un adventure punta e clicca ben fatto. Non è molto difficile e nemmeno tanto lungo (ho il vizio di lasciare i giochi accesi in background, tenetene conto quanto vedete le mie ore), ma gli scenari sono tanti, e alcuni puzzle sono strutturati abbastanza bene. La facoltà di poter controllare 4 personaggi diversi aiuta molto la fluidità. La storia e semplice ma ben congeniata, l'umorismo è in ogni singola frase, la grafica molto lucas-arts-iana ed elegante da vedere. Inizialmente non mi aveva convinto per l'eccessiva facilità, poi il gioco si è fatto (LEGGERMENTE) più avvincente e la storia e i personaggi hanno cominciato ad appassionarmi. Poi i vari riferimenti a film, cinema, letteratura e soprattutto videogiochi dell'età dell'oro dell'adventure sono tantissimi, e ognuno regala un sorriso.
Ve lo consiglio vivamente, ma non aspettatevi un gioco su cui spremere le meningi, perché difficilmente succederà. Per quello c'è la triologia di Deponia. Qui la maggior parte dei personaggi cercherà di aiutarci, piuttosto che rappresentare un ostacolo. Spesso basta parlare con qualcuno per ottenere qualcosa e proseguire... difficilmente vedo adventure simili. The Book of Unwritten Tales è una parodia, va giocato a cuor leggero.
Corro a giocare all'espansione!
Pubblicata: 18 Aprile 2014
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No
1 di 3 persone (33%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
31 prodotti nell'account
3 recensioni
22.9 ore in totale
Ho completato questo videogioco in 23 ore, durante le quali mi sono appassionato alla trama puramente fantasy e ai personaggi. Non sempre intuitivo come può sembrare, anzi, in alcuni tratti ho dovuto muovere a caso sullo schermo il puntatore del mouse per trovare oggetti dei luoghi con i quali interagire e poter quindi continuare la storia. Unica pecca grave di questa versione del gioco su Steam, è la mancanza di una traduzione in italiano, tuttavia facilmente reperibile su internet. Voto finale: 7.5/10
Pubblicata: 11 Luglio 2014
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No
11 di 11 persone (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
238 prodotti nell'account
3 recensioni
17.7 ore in totale
What the hell was I doing in 2012?

The Book of Unwritten Tales is an old-school fashioned point-and-click (P&C) adventure which essentially catches you off guard right from the beginning. As the story unfolds from a simple quest in finding and retrieving a secret powerful artefact before the forces of evil in the vein of The Lord of The Rings, its strong and well-written narrative creates this deep and intriguing light-hearted story that always makes you wonder what is going to happen just around the corner. Not only that, but as the story progresses in its artistically breathtaking environments, it genuinely gets better and better throughout its impressively 17+ hours long story. While admittedly it is not the most original story on the surface and some of the animations can break the immersion at times, its rock-solid narration easily makes up for them.

To my surprise, the game features some of the best memorable and likeable casts I have seen in a very long time, with plenty of exceptionally written witty humour which mocks (and pays tribute to) almost every single fantasy and video game trope out there, enough for a handful of genuine laugh-out-loud moments. Whether it is J.R.R. Tolkien’s novels or World of Warcraft, you name it -- the game most likely covers it somewhere. Imposingly, the cast also features excellent voice acting accompanied by a fitting soundtrack when, well, when it feels like playing a soundtrack.

What has kept this generation from embracing P&C nowadays could be partially blamed at the inconsistent difficulty-curve caused by illogical and lack of inspiring puzzles in similar games, but The Book of Unwritten Tales fixes almost all of that. The puzzles here are logical and generally easy to solve throughout the game since it encourages you to explore all the hotspots without the game holding your hand along the way. Apart from the second last chapter in particular, the puzzles here should be solved by literally anyone who is willing to explore every single detail out there, and this game has an abundance of small, yet rich, details in places. Plus, there are plenty of interesting (and humorous) dialogues and the hotspots are indeed descriptive. More importantly, there is a constant flow of momentum when solving the puzzles, something I have not seen in many games like this in years, and that is brilliant. There is never that fear of being punished and getting stuck for long periods of time for a poorly implemented puzzle. To my enjoyment, a few of the puzzles were rather genially designed thanks to a character-selection mechanic which allows the player to pick which character they want to perform certain tasks. While most of it comes down ultimately to a specific character being able to perform the certain task, it is a satisfying experience to see everyone working as a group to solve a puzzle, although I strongly feel like this is where the game missed an opportunity to expand on this mechanic.

Just when the game seems to hit the nail on the head in every single aspect of a classic P&C adventure game (and beyond?), it drops the ball really heavily just at the end in one of the most abrupt endings I have seen since Dreamfall, without any sense of climactic fulfilment. It is clear that the ending was left open for a sequel, yet it was poorly executed -- causing more questions than answers. The last five minutes, including the final cutscene, felt more like the developers ran out of time and had to release the game as soon as possible, with little time spent on writing a conclusive and plausible ending. It painfully feels like the story ends halfway through the chapter, subconsciously knowing there has to be more. It is rather sad because everything up to this point was meticulously and well executed. You would honestly be surprised by how such ending can instantly change you from an enthralling mood to a pokerface the moment you see the credits rolling. That was very, I repeat, vey underwhelming.

Conclusively, The Book of Unwritten Tales is the closest thing to a Monkey Island experience in my book. While it does not blatantly rely on nostalgia and references from past classics to suck you in, in fact, it does have its own charming personality. It basically takes almost everything that worked in the past and improves it, or more fittingly modernising the formula, while still keeping that old-school feel of the golden-era of LucasArts/Sierra games and at least trying to break the status quo set by those classics. I can easily say that this is one the best accomplished modern adventure games I have ever played in a very long time and can also say that it will stand the test of time as far as P&C games are concerned. It just falls slightly short from a masterpiece status thanks to its unjustified ending, but The Book of Unwritten Tales is a prime example of how P&C should be tackled for new and old audiences in times like these where military shooters and other saturated AAA-titles seem to take the spotlight in the media. There is more passion and product value in this than in many titles out there and I am glad I actually got to play this, eventually. What an unforgettable and delightful experience all around.

Like I said earlier, what the hell was I doing in 2012? I shall not repeat the same mistake in 2015 when the sequel will be released.
Pubblicata: 15 Giugno 2014
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7 di 7 persone (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
182 prodotti nell'account
14 recensioni
14.5 ore in totale
One of the best modern p&c adventures out there.

Highly reccomended.

Day of the tentacles was my favorite p&c adventure, this one made me feel like 14 again.
Pubblicata: 14 Aprile 2014
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No

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