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Vous avez été désigné pour remplir une mission extrêmement dangereuse en territoire ennemi : assassiner un homme, un seul… l’Empereur lui-même. Menez la révolution des Orcs et des Goblins !
Date de parution: 11 oct 2012
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“…you should absolutely give it a look if you're interested in ambitious design or interesting worlds.”
8 out of 10 – Machinima

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Menez la révolution des Orcs et Gobelins !

Dans un monde en guerre, le vaste Empire des Hommes tente d’étendre sa domination sur les territoires des Orcs et des Gobelins qui sont systématiquement persécutés, asservis et massacrés. Dirigez dans ce grand jeu de rôle, un puissant soldat d'élite Orc, et un Gobelin passé maître dans l'art de l'assassinat et de la furtivité.

Vous avez été désigné pour remplir une mission extrêmement dangereuse en territoire ennemi : assassiner un homme, un seul… l’Empereur lui-même. Frayez-vous un chemin dans un monde terriblement hostile jusqu'à l'objectif de votre quête. Montez en niveau, apprenez et développez de puissantes compétences, et libérez enfin votre peuple du joug de l'Empire !

Configuration requise

    Minimum :
    • Système d'exploitation :WINDOWS XP SP3/WINDOWS VISTA SP2/WINDOWS 7
    • Processeur :DOUBLE COEUR AMD/INTEL 2 GHZ
    • Mémoire vive :2048 Mo RAM
    • Affichage :512 Mo COMPATIBLE A 100% AVEC DIRECTX 9 ET SHADERS 4.0 ATI RADEON HD 3850/NVIDIA GEFORCE 8800 GT OU SUPERIEURE
    • DirectX® :9.0c
    • Disque dur :6 Go d'espace libre disque dur
    • Son :COMPATIBLE DIRECTX 9
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Of Orcs and Men is third-person action RPG from Cyanide and Spiders, the minds behind Mars: War Logs, Aarklash Legacy, Bound by Flame, Blood Bowl and many others. The closest analogy in design and mechanics to this game would probably be Mass Effect 1.

Turning the genre on it's head, instead of playing the plucky human fighting evil, you play as a duo of “greenskins”, an enormous Orc name Arkail and a small Goblin named Styx fighting the evil human empire intent on wiping you out. Both characters, especially Styx, are endlessly entertaining, Styx the comic foil to Arkail's enduring determined colossus. There is an admirable literary quality here, not just good vs. evil, though the fact that every third line contains the f-word can at times see it return it to baser roots. Both character can take part in conversations in the now standard “Bioware” dialogue wheel and choosing which character talks can result in wildly varying outcomes.

Each main character has three combat stances, Attack/special/defense for Arkail and Melee/special/ranged for Styx. Hitting the right shoulder button on the controller allows you to slow time to a crawl and select your various abilities and queue up to 4 at a time on each character. Both characters have a resource to manage, Styx uses concentration to power his abilities, use it too quickly and he is left with only an auto-attack while it recharges. Arkail however uses rage. Use too many offensive attacks too quickly and he can go berserk, doing huge amounts of damage, but becoming more vulnerable to attack and sometimes even killing Styx! Arkail's defensive stance slows the rage buildup, but he also does less damage.

Arkail and Styx are a duo and they function best when they work together. The best strategy I found was to use Arkail in his defensive stance to group taunt everyone and then stun them while Styx would go around debuffing/poisoning and finishing them off one by one. As you level up each character gets an addition point that can be used to either buy a new ability or upgrade one with the addition of a choice of effect. Later in the game each character can choose an “advanced” class adding 3 further abilities to their special stance tree. There is an impressive number of skills and strategies to use and at higher difficulty levels you will need them!

Maybe the most important strategy is using Styx's stealth ability. Large groups of enemies can be thinned out before a fight by having Styx go into stealth mode and assassinate enemies at the edges. But watch out for dogs, they can smell Styx coming!

The game isn't particularly loot heavy. While each character has a weapon, gloves, top, pants and accessory slot, there are at most 6 or so different armor sets and weapons for each character in the game. You are also able to buy an upgrade for each item and you should do this as early as possible. This is not an easy game and a full set of upgraded gear will provide a noticeable lift in you damage output and survivability.

The graphics are very decent, though maybe not as sharp as they could be, but the character models of the two mains are fantastic, Styx especially. The voice acting is patchy, Arkail and Styx are great so are most of the Orc's but some of the humans are pretty average. The game also has a very nice classical score though at times the mood of the music seemed a little out with what was going on on screen.

While not particularly long, 12 hours give or take, the ambition and new experience it offers makes this a very worthy addition to the Action RPG genre and Styx apparently has his own spin-off game coming soon!

8.5/10
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One of the best and original games I´ve played in a long while. The story was captivating, the music gave me chills, the combat, well, I would describe it as the thinking mans dragon age. It obviously had flaws, the biggest was that there was too little of everything. I finished it in about 13 hours and am left dreaming of a sequel.

I noticed this game just around the time it came out, but waited with a buy until it was discounted and sat on it for even longer as I had read so much negative feedback beforehand. I wish I could go back in time, buy it at release to support the studio, and get on the barricades to defend it against all the flaming. I can understand a lot of the critisicm, however I think it all boils down to this game being unaccessable to a lot of people due to the challenge of the combat system, and the game being marketed in a way that perhaps fooled people it was a more action-oriented game with a bigger budget. The trailer kind of looked like gears of war with orcs, to be honest.

I could write a lot about this game but will just summarize the main points;
I enjoyed the combat, allthough a little unforgiving at some points, it did let me think up different tactics for different battles. The skills were fun and there were a few easier patches that let you feel powerful. Gear managment was a little thin but worked okay. Leveling your characters was business as usual with stat and skill points, with some new intresting bits such as deflection and stability. The game looks and plays beautifully. Encountered only a few minor glitches (perhaps it has been patched a bit?). Voice acting quality varied throughout the game from excellent (main characters) to crappy, but I only disliked a few of the actors.

The bad? "Corridor running" which I did not really mind, as I enjoyed the combat and the quests.
Slow paced combat, so be prepared if you don´t like that sort of thing. Lack of in-game cinematics or at least more cinematic finishes to some of the more epic events, which left some anti-climatic feelings at parts. And in the end, a lack of budget? If there would have been some more time and resources to flesh more stuff out, this could have been a dragon age killing tripple A.

I can´t help but picturing a sequel of magnitude, with deeper tactical combat, different character choices, a more open world with continuation of the story.

If you enjoy tactical RPG´s - a must play, if you came here looking for an action game, you should probably head back.
As for me? Would marry/10.
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One of the most underated games i have played imo.Had hours of fun playing this.The combination of having to play the orc and the goblin is excellent.iT MAY NOT BE TO EVERYONES TASTE BUT I CERTAINLY BLOODY WELL ENJOYED IT
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This game is a rts combat game. I enjoyed the combat most of the time although sometimes it felt strung out and meaningless at some points when you don't hear anything new from the story for some time. It's got an interesting story inwhich you follow the acts of a goblin and orc who are thought of as lower class citizens because of their race.
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"Dix heures de jeu pour le terminer une premières fois : pas sûr que vous y retournerez ensuite. Point de vue recherche d’objets, c’est assez ridicule : une vingtaine de pièces d’équipement par type, quelques coffres à trouver qui proposent souvent un article moins intéressant que celui que vous avez déjà, une possibilité d’améliorer votre équipement qui n’a plus aucun intérêt dès le second acte… Non vraiment, Of Orcs & Men n’a d’intérêt que pour son scénario, ses personnages, son univers, mais aussi ses musiques. Orchestrées par le talentueux Olivier Derivière, elles subliment la mise en scène pourtant assez simple (mais très “poseurs”) et termine de nous convaincre de la nécessité de terminer le jeu pour tout connaitre de l’histoire. Au final, on ne le regrette pas. On voulait jouer à un bon jeu, on a surtout eu un très bon récit. Au prix fort, cela peut certes faire mal, mais difficile de nier cet amour pour l’univers." GameSideStory.com
Posté le : 25 novembre 2013
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