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Tauche ein in die von Kriegen gebeutelte Welt Aarklash, kämpfe ums Überleben und vernichte die erbarmungslosen Kreaturen, die im Land Angst und Schrecken verbreiten – sofern sie dich nicht zuerst töten! Willkommen in Aarklash, einem Land voller Chaos und Gewalt, wo seit Anbeginn der Zeit ununterbrochen Kämpfe zwischen den Mächten des...
Veröffentlichung: 12 Sep. 2013
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Steam Trading Cards and new Easy Mode difficulty!

19 April 2014

The steam trading card for Aarklash: Legacy are now available !

You can unlock 7 cards, 6 badges, 5 backgrounds and 6 emoticons, and also some Steam Coupons for some other awesome Steam games!
Play Aarklash:Legacy to unlock this exclusive content for your steam account and customize your profile.

A new patch reducing the easy mode difficulty that a lot of players were waiting for is online.
In this mode, the ennemies now deal less damage and your heroes are more powerful. If you are one of those who thought that the game was way too hard, this patch is for you, it makes the adventure more accessible.

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Special promotion!

17 Februar 2014

It is now just over 5 months since we released Aarklash: Legacy. Thanks to your support, several new updates have been added.

The game now supports German, Russian and Spanish languages! A demo version has also been created so everyone can try the game before making his choice.

To celebrate this occasion, Aarklash: Legacy has a 60% discount during all the week! If you like old school tactical RPG and real chalenges, this is for you!!
Plunge into the war torn universe of Confrontation and join our fellow team of mercenaries!

--
Cyanide Team

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Reviews

“Cyanide’s Aarklash: Legacy is a must for every fan of tactical party-based RPG”
8.5/10 – Softpedia

“I dare say Aarklash: Legacy is one of my favorite gameplay experiences of the year. For the price Cyanide Studio is asking, you’d be missing out on quite a game to pass this by.”
9/10 – Capsule Computers

“Aarklash's combat is some of the best I've seen in the genre”
8/10 – RTS Guru

Über das Spiel

Tauche ein in die von Kriegen gebeutelte Welt Aarklash, kämpfe ums Überleben und vernichte die erbarmungslosen Kreaturen, die im Land Angst und Schrecken verbreiten – sofern sie dich nicht zuerst töten!

Willkommen in Aarklash, einem Land voller Chaos und Gewalt, wo seit Anbeginn der Zeit ununterbrochen Kämpfe zwischen den Mächten des Lichts, der Dunkelheit und des Schicksals toben. Am Höhepunkt dieses Konflikts wird Jagd auf eine Söldnergruppe gemacht, der fälschlicher Weise Vergehen gegen den Löwen von Alahan vorgeworfen wird. Überzeugt davon, das Recht auf ihrer Seite zu haben, und fest entschlossen, ihre Gegner bis zum bitteren Ende zu bekämpfen, begeben sich die Helden auf ein episches Abenteuer und decken dabei finstere Geheimnisse auf. Auf ihrem Pfad lauern zahlreiche Hindernisse und nicht weniger unheilvolle Charaktere. Nimm die Herausforderung an und kämpfe um dein Leben! Dein Handeln bestimmt das Schicksal von Aarklash.

Aarklash: Legacy ist ein Taktikrollenspiel, inspiriert vom Miniaturfigurenuniversum des beliebten Tabletopspiels Confrontation. Der Spieler, Opfer einer Intrige, steuert eine Gruppe aus 4 Charakteren und führt diese in Alahan, Acheron sowie im Behemoth-Gebirge in unerbittliche Kämpfe. Diese Söldner können nur den Sieg davontragen, wenn sie jede Gelegenheit nutzen, darunter den Einsatz von Beutegegenständen sowie der vielseitigen Kräfte über die Fertigkeitenbäume, die du nach Wunsch auch zurücksetzen kannst. Auch die Interaktion zwischen den Helden ist wichtig, wobei im Verlauf des Spiels sogar enge, vertraute Bindungen entstehen. In Aarklash: Legacy erwarten dich jede Menge Spaß und Action!



Die wichtigsten Features:

  • Erlebe eine epische Reise voller Abenteuer und taktischer Kämpfe mit einer vielseitigen Handlung, die dich tief in die Fantasy-Welt von Aarklash eintauchen lässt.

  • Dank des Systems der aktiven Pause kannst du immer die beste Taktik wählen, um in Kämpfen zu obsiegen.

  • Du hast jederzeit im Spiel die Möglichkeit, deine Gruppe aufzulösen und dann wieder aus 4 von 8 verfügbaren Charakteren neu zusammenzustellen.

  • Nutze Gruppenfertigkeiten, um deine Helden in den zahlreichen intensiven Kämpfen zusammenarbeiten zu lassen.

  • Mithilfe eines Fertigkeitenbaums kannst du die Fertigkeiten all deiner Charaktere ändern. Finde die besten Kombinationen und nutze so effektiv wie möglich die Möglichkeiten, die sich aus dem Zusammenhalt deiner Gruppe ergeben.

Systemvoraussetzungen

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7 / Vista / XP PC (32 ou 64 bit)
    • Processor: AMD/intel dual-core running at 1,8 GHz (AMD Athlon II and Intel Core2Duo are the oldest CPU architectures recommended)
    • Memory: 1,5 Go for windows XP / 2 Go for Vista, Seven or 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Integrated or mobile graphic card, with at least 256MB of dedicated VRAM and with at least DirectX 9.0c and Shader Model 4.0 support. ATI/AMD Radeon 3800 series and above and NVIDIA GeForce 8600 series are minimum required graphic cards
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 4 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Integrated or dedicated DirectX 9 compatible soundcard
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7 / Vista / XP PC (32 ou 64 bit)
    • Processor: AMD/intel quad-core running at 2,2 GHz (Intel Core I 1st gen or AMD Phenom II x4 or newer architectures are recommended)
    • Memory: 2 Go for 32 bit windows (XP/Vista/7/8) / 3 Go for 64 bit windows (XP/Vista/7/8) GB RAM
    • Graphics: ATI/Nvidia dedicated or mobile graphic card with at least 512MB of dedicated VRAM and with at least DirectX 9.0c and Shader Model 4.0 support. ATI/AMD Radeon HD4800 series and NVIDIA GeForce GTX260 and above are recommended graphic cards
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 4 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Integrated or dedicated DirectX 9 compatible soundcard
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2 Reviews
38.7 Std. insgesamt
Great game. I give it 8/10.

Pros:

-Puzzles to unlock goodies on about every level
-Awesome puzzles to complete storyline
-Good storyline
-Combat is intriguing and makes you think--must be very strategic.
-The number of companions that you can control and deck out with gear
-Pausing the game to plan out strategies
-Talent trees to cutomize for each companion; it adds a deeper level of gameplay
-Decent graphics

Cons:

-Game has some bugs--sometimes the abilities for a companion will not show up. Or, when you click on a companion, another companion's abilities show up. When this happens, you have to restart the game to fix.
...So, because of this, you need to remember to save the game after every battle!!
-Gear is simplistic--it doesn't seem to have gear specific to any one character, it doesnt change the look of your character, and it does not change or add abilities to any character. Basically. gear just adds passive stats.
-No end game. When you beat it, that's it. No unlocking of ubber mode, or anything, to find better gear for your characters. So, you can't really do anything else with the characters you have leveled up and decked out...not even restart and play the game again with your decked out characters.

Pro or Con?

-Easy to cheat to get gear. Just stand in front of a treasure box before you open it and save. If you don't like what you get, just load that save point and try again. You can do this when creating loot, too.
-Right before you beat the game, the storyline takes a drastic turn and ends, leaving you hanging.

What I would like to see in DLC or part 2 if they choose to make it, which devs should:

-Instead of still pausing, make it to where everything is in slowmo when you hit what is now the pause key.
-better gear
-some end game
-more challenges and hidden treasure
-more bosses

Tips if you decide to buy:

-Save Frequently
-Wendaroo is freaking awesome, so learn how to use her.
-Save before opening chests so you can reload last save if you don't like what you get.
-When creating loot, the last item is the item you will create.. it could've been my imagination, though, but it usually also had the last attribute of that item put into it too.
-Go for one target at first--usually the squishy magic type, like priests or mages. If you can't demolish it in 5 seconds, split your damage amongst other targets.
..usually I tried demolishing one fast. But when that didn't work, I usually split dmg across two targets in two seperate areas until one or the other was very low hp and then switched to full focus dmg on that one. This also helped me metigate inc damage better because I could see everything that was going on better so I knew who to heal and dispel and such.
Verfasst: 17 Februar 2014
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23 von 25 Personen (92%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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19.5 Std. insgesamt
Aarklash Legacy is a highly tactical RPG set in the world of Aarklash and based on the desktop miniature game Confrontation. While not a direct sequel by any means, it is set in the same world as the handily named Confrontation, a far inferior game, also from Cyanide Studios.

You play as a group of Wheelswords, the debt collectors of the Gold Mongers guild, the group that funds the armies of the ever warring races in Aarklash. Your initial 4 person group is quite the motley lot, a part mechanical lizard with self confidence issues, a dog-monster, a tiny rat-like man and the standard fantasy trope of a sorceress in skin tight revealing clothing. While the player doesn't have a customisable avatar of their own, it becomes clearer as the story goes that one of the starting four serves as the POV character. Over the course of the game you'll meet 4 more characters that can be swapped in at any time for a maximum of 4 in the party. All the characters are interesting and frequently talk among themselves and the game itself is fully voice acted very well.

Where the game really shines is the isometric real-time with pause combat. The standard MMO trinity applies here, with a tank to hold and collect as many mobs up as possible and hopefully orient them away from the squishier party members and 3 support or damage dealers. Each character is limited to only four abilities and an auto-attack. While this might seem limiting at first all the abilities can be significantly changed as you level up and with the ability to respec at will you can tailor your group to each individual fight. Positioning is vitally important here, many of your parties abilities are line of sight. There is nothing more annoying than firing off a healing disk and having an enemy walk in between and get healed instead!

All enemies and bosses have there own set of abilities that can be viewed at any time and you should ignore these at your peril. Enemies come in many types, tanks who self-heal and can resurrect themselves, healers, debuffers, melee, ranges, summoners and many more. While bosses come with own set of difficulties, many have insta-kill abilities like stay too close and you die, stay too far away and you die or don't stand here and you die. You'll die a lot but all these abilities are telegraphed well! Buffing and debuffing also plays a vital role in the game. A favourite trick of enemy casters is to immediately turn off your group members most vital abilities but luckily some of your other characters are able to strip debuffs off one member and apply them to themselves. Enemies will also constantly control your characters and many fights do degenerate into battling a series of buffs and debuffs with the first few seconds of any fight being the most important. Though one criticism might be once you break the back of an enemy group, it can become a bit of a grind to finish a group off with no real threat.

As opposed to the combat this is not a gear heavy game though, each character only has 4 slots, relic, ring, necklace and earring and you can't change armor or weapons or make any visual change to the characters. There are also no merchants in the game, just a recycling mechanic where once you put in enough items in you'll get a high quality item back.

The game also contains a heavy puzzle element outside of the combat. From the standard lights out puzzles, though on a grand scale, to match the floaty magic symbol with various parts made up from lever pulls to guide the light through a maze. At times the number of puzzles in a row can overwhelm, you can bypass some of them, but you might miss out on some of the best loot!

This game is very demanding of the player, asking of exact positioning, use of all your various abilities and strategies and punishing of mistakes. The difficulty is also set very high, it's not easy, medium, hard, it's more on the Super Hexagon Scale, hard, harder and harderest! Though I think the latest patch may have toned the difficulty down a little bit. But, don't let that scare you off as you'll miss one of the best tactical RPGs in years!

9.5/10
Verfasst: 9 Juni 2014
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32.1 Std. insgesamt
After completing this game on the highest difficulty setting, I can't really recommend Aarklash. Yeah, I've completed it and it ain't really that bad. But there are too many things wrong with the game for me to recommend it.

The bad:
- The puzzles are stupid and unnecessary. I like puzzle games, but not the way Aarklash did it.
- The final fight is boring, easy, uninspiring and unfinished. It just ends without explaining anything. Maybe a buildup for a sequel?
- The path finding is abysmal. A personal annoyance... Your party is running into each other or getting stuck around corners.
- The equipment is limited and doesn't really add much to the game.
- The skills are unbalanced from underpowered to overpowered.
- BUGS: spells not casting or not working properly, the party leader suddenly switching, etc...

Not necessarily a bad thing, but just to note:
- The game is extremely linear; no exploration.
- There is only fighting and more fighting with a (horrible) puzzle thrown into the mix.

A few good things:
- I did like the different personalities of the party and the voice acting was decent.
- The graphics and atmosphere are okay.
- The game was somewhat challenging (on the highest difficulty, at least).
Verfasst: 15 März 2014
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23.0 Std. insgesamt
Cyanide doesn't have the best track record when it comes to games, on this one though they have managed to pull ahead of the pack in some areas while falling far behind in others. With Aarklash Legacy they manage to provide an amazing tactical rpg experience at pretty much the cost of all other areas of the game. Real Time w/ Pause (RTwP) combat is where it shines and it is certainly the best isometric rtwp we've had recently.

I have read some stuff about people not liking the puzzles in the game, I found them fine. I enjoyed most of them and it was a nice change of flow to the endless barrage of fights.

The characters have lots of interesting attributes, E.G. the healer not able to regen mana, she has to feast on allies' hp to gain mana back. This skill can be upgraded so that the ally has buffs when feasted upon and even regenerates more than was feasted. Lots of tactical combat, having to carefully position your characters to avoid friendly fire and it manages it well. Rarely did I have an ally running into friendly fire unintentionally.

What it sacrifices is pretty much everything else, lackluster story, mediocre progression, (You max out your chars about halfway through the game,) sub-par to average voice acting, An item system that just seems tagged on, and very little immersion.

The game itself is pretty much a series of combats, you know that around every corner will be assorted bad guys and the plot comes up with a decent explanation for having skeletons fighting alongside humans, demons, angels, elementals, etc. If you enjoy RTwP tactical rpgs, then this shouldn't be a drag considering how well done it is. I was totally fine with it until about 3/4ths through the game, when there was no more character progression, all chars maxed out in levels, pretty much nowhere to go there. Just keep killing monsters at every bend in the path.

tl;dr Buy it on sale if you're a fan of the RTwP tactical rpg genre
Verfasst: 22 Februar 2014
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13 von 17 Personen (76%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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4.9 Std. insgesamt
This game is pretty cool, and would be perfect, but is lacking in a few minor details. The game mechanics are solid, the skill tree is pretty cool for each character, and you are not locked into the tree, can reset it for free. The combat is very much position based, adding a lot of possibilities to each fight, especially when you add in the skill trees. Want a healer that also damages units the heal passes through, well then choose that path down the skill tree. Pretty neat combinations and possibilities. The characters are interesting, and so far the story is pretty good, and somewhat original. The character Bio for each character is interesting, and hopefully the full story unlocks as the game is played.

It has a few rough edges. I don't like the map overview, it seems unfinished, static, and dead. Finished a map, and really had no idea where to go, or for that matter what i was supposed to be doing, as I have not found a quest log either (don't think it exists?). After beating the boss, and looking at the map a while, I finally chose to wander back towards the start of the map. After a short time it did finally trigger a cut scene, and spared me the long walk back, but it just seemed a little rough around the edges. It also hates the steam overlay on my computer, everytime I hit tab it pops open the overlay. While chatting with friends, the text lags horribly. So might want to turn it off.

None of this really detracts from the game in anyway. Having a lot of fun with this so far. I would have to give it 8/10 so far.
Verfasst: 17 Februar 2014
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16.4 Std. insgesamt
Für Freunde von Baldur's Gate und ähnlichen rundenbasierten, taktischen Rollenspielen.
Die Grafik erinnert sehr an Diablo3, insgesamt wird damit eine sehr schöne, düstere Atmosphäre aufgebaut.
Man übernimmt die Kontrolle über eine Gruppe von zunächst 4 Charakteren, alles unterschiedliche Klassen und entsprechend unterschiedliche Fähigkeiten. Alle Charaktere im Spiel sind, bis auf die Skillung, bereits vorgefertigt was Optik und base Stats angeht. So hat man z.B. den typischen Tank, DD, Healer, Magier u.ä. zur Auswahl.
Im Laufe des Spiels treten weitere Charaktere unterschiedlicher Klassen der Gruppe bei, über deren Komposition man jederzeit frei verfügen kann.
Das Skilling-System ist sehr ausgefallen, wobei jeder Charakter seinen eigenen, individuellen Skill-Tree hat. Diesen kann man dann mit jedem Levelaufstieg um 1 Punkt in die gewünschte Richtung lenken. Um dieses System optimal ausnutzen zu können, muss man sich schon früh genau überlegen, in welcher Gruppen-Konstellation man vornehmlich spielen möchte, bzw. auch, welcher Spiel-Stil am besten zu einem passt. Die Synergie zwischen den 4 Gruppenmitgliedern spielt im Kampf beinahe die wichtigste Rolle.
Die Charaktere und ihre unterschiedlichen Persönlichkeiten sind sehr schön und interessant angelegt. Leider wird von dieser Tatsache zu wenig Gebrauch gemacht, es fehlt etwas an Interaktion zwischen den Gruppenmitgliedern, und damit geht auch etwas Atmosphäre verloren. Das Spiel könnte insgesamt mehr Story und damit einhergehend Abwechslung im Spiel-Mechanismus bieten. Man läuft immer wieder neue Maps ab, wobei man fast nur von einem Kampf zum nächsten m♥♥♥♥♥iert, ohne großartige Zwischenereignisse. Eine Ausnahme bilden die eingbauten Puzzles.
Für die ganz ausgefuchsten hat das Spiel hat verschiedene Schwierigkeitsgrade zur Auswahl, aber schon auf der normalen Stufe, geben die Kämpfe einem gut zu Grübeln. Ein grober Fehler, eine Sekunde Unaufmerksamkeit, ein nicht gewirkter Spell, und der Kampf endet schnell im Tod der Party.

Insgesamt eine sehr spaßige und unterhaltsame Herausforderung, für Teil 2 wünsche ich mir etwas mehr Story und Map-Interaktion, dann wäre es perfekt.
8/10
Verfasst: 7 Oktober 2013
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