Prova l'esplosivo shooter arcade di fantascienza che ha riportato in vita un franchise storico in una epica campagna single player e in una campagna multiplayer cooperativa.
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Data di rilascio: 3 giu 2010

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Acquista Alien Breed: Impact

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Acquista Alien Breed™ Trilogy

Include 3 articoli: Alien Breed 2: Assault, Alien Breed 3: Descent, Alien Breed: Impact

 

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"Alien Breed feels like a game from the last generation of consoles. It is a solid action game"
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'Alien Breed™ Impact' è un esplosivo shooter arcade fantascientifico che riporta in vita uno storico IP per mezzo di una trama epica, sciami di nemici alieni estremamente intelligenti, armi distruttive, ambienti dettagliatissimi e ricchi di particolari; tutto ciò implementato grazie ad una tecnologia di altissimo profilo, per assicurare un'esperienza di gioco all'avanguardia. In aggiunta alla campagna singleplayer da brivido, il gioco offre anche una modalità battaglia cooperativa online, per due giocatori, intrisa di azione implacabile.


Key Features:


  • 'Alien Breed' è tornato! Un concentrato di azione applicato ad un mix di stili diversi: i presupposti dello shooter arcade e del survival horror, sono arricchiti da una componente tattica che implica una gestione oculata degli upgrade delle armi e la customizzazione delle stesse.
  • Epica modalità storia in singleplayer. La modalità campagna singleplayer segue la narrazione del gioco attraverso 5 ambienti enormi ed impegnativi.
  • Modalità singleplayer free-play. Si tratta della sfida in singleplayer: batti il tuo stesso punteggio conseguito in una missione precedente.
  • Modalità di gioco cooperativa a due giocatori: collabora per sconfiggere le orde aliene lungo le tre mappe progettate ad hoc.
  • Feature aggiuntive Steam online: Partita veloce [Quick Match], Crea Partita [Create Game], Lista Amici [Friends List], Chat Vocale [Voice Chat], Leaderboard e Achievement Cooperativi.
  • FREE TRIAL. La sezione sample del "Prologo" è specificatamente pensata per fungere da introduzione al gioco: giocala in singleplayer oppure in modalità cooperativa online per due giocatori.
  • NOVITA' - Negozio degli upgrade. Fruga tra i compagni caduti e negli armadietti per accumulare denaro, che servirà ad acquistare gli upgrade per potenziare, in maniera strategica, armi e kit vari.
  • NOVITA' - Nemici. Gli avversari originali di 'Alien Breed', ripensati e migliorati per l'occasione.

Requisiti di sistema

    Minimi:

    • Sistema Operativo: Windows® XP SP2 o successivo
    • Processore: 2.0+ GHZ Single Core
    • RAM: 1 GB
    • Scheda video: NVIDIA 6800+ o ATI Radeon X700+
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Disk: 1.5 GB
    • Audio: Scheda audio supportata da Windows
    • Altri Requisiti: Connessione ad Internet necessaria
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27 persone su 29 (93%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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25.4 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 19 aprile
Alien Breed is an isometric sci-fi shooter where you independently control the direction your character aims and moves. You maneuver through a series of 5 stages in each episode, collecting weapons and items, and shooting aliens as they appear while you move from objective to objective provided on your mini-map.

It is difficult to write a separate review for each Episode, as they all largely play the same - you move from point A to point B to pick up access code C to open door D to get to point E to get access code F to.....you get the picture. Lots of backtracking through same-looking corridors, fighting similar looking enemies which pop out of the floor and walls.

It's fun, but only moderately so - I would NOT recommend playing through a single episode in one sitting, let alone all three episodes. The gameplay is repetitive and it's the sort of thing you'll want to put down for a while between sessions (I'd actually say on the level of months between episodes) so it doesn't get stale.
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8 persone su 8 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
2.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 30 aprile
Alien Breed is an excellent arcade-shooter released back in 2010. In fact, its original title was Alien Breed Evolution (only available on Xbox Live Arcade at the time) but after that it got its PSN and PC release.

You control a guy who tries to solve all kinds of mechanical issues on a ship while eliminating hordes of enemies.

Lots of shooting? Check.
Explosions? Check.
Ugly, alien monsters appearing out of thin air? Check.
Few but very efficient weapons? Check.
Coop beside single player? Check.
Extra difficulty levels for die hard fans / crazy gamers? Check.
Great graphics? Check -> Hail to you, Unreal Engine 3, as always.

The only downside is the number of sections where you need to do some backtracking to operate a machine; this makes the available 5 levels in single player a bit longer without showing you new sections. Still, the environments are varied and interesting.

Cool little game: hours of arcade shooting fun guaranteed!

Worth the purchase? Check :)
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6 persone su 6 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
3 persone hanno trovato questa recensione divertente
15.8 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 23 marzo
Fair warning: If you don't wish to spend 7 hours on a short single-player campaign, don't explore, just go straight for the objectives and mindlessley plow through everything. You'll thank me later when you aren't screaming "IT'S NOT F***ING DONE YET??!"

Great game, punishes explorers and ammo-hogs. Don't explore. Don't save ammo. Go Rambo.
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2 persone su 2 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
5.4 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 31 gennaio
I avoided Alien Breed: Impact for a long time. This was mainly due to the hum drum demo and the fact that Valve's team (at the time) had released Alien Swarm for free. But (as is always the way) I got this game free in a humble bundle at some point. And as luck would have it, this week, I was in the mood for some alien-shooting adventures!

First up, the tone at the start of the game left me feeling unsure about things, with those weird comic-art-with-voiceover-on-top, bits. But, this quickly changed once I picked up a nice weapon and started performing my character's engineer tasks. And...once I started kicking bottom, too! Honestly, I enjoyed this game. There's very little to complain about, overall. However, as always, let me get some downers out of the way first...

It's too easy on Veteran (Normal) mode. Although there were some challenging rooms along the way, I probably died around 3-5 times overall. Two of which, were down to me dying from a gas filled room that I hadn't realised was killing my character! It's also worth mentioning that I killed the final boss on the first go, with very little effort! So, yeah, it's fun, but, too easy. Which, as you might imagine, means that there's not much challenge. Perhaps the next difficulty up, would be adviseable?? Oh, btw, the ending is very...abrupt. It felt like those old shareware games that teased the next episode. So, I didn't feel hugely accomplished once I'd beaten the game :P

As I mentioned earlier, I wasn't totally sold on the comic bits at the beginning of each level. These fill in the story, but It felt like they cut corners here. They could've had simple in-engine cutscenes that would've fit, better. Still, that's just my opinion. Maybe they were going for a comic book type look at this point. Oh, and, your character is a little dismissive and arrogant towards your "friend," throughout. I remember saying out loud at one point, "you're a bit of a ♥♥♥♥, aren't you?"

Apart from that, I enjoyed what Alien Breed had to offer. There were a nice amount of weapons, decent action, a nice amount of enemy types to keep things interesting, and I enjoyed exploring the ship to see what I could find. It almost felt a teeny-tiny little bit Metroidvania. But only a tiny bit. I liked having to look for medkits, ammo and finding logs, etc. That gave it a little more substance.

Overall, I give Alien Breed a thumbs-up!
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3 persone su 4 (75%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
1.7 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 25 gennaio
I went into this thinking that I would have a separate section for each installment in this trilogy, but (after putting what I have deemed significant time into each of them) I have decided to lump them all in together as there wasn’t much difference between any of them. That being said, let’s get started shall we?

I – Story [2/10]

The gist of the story is this: Conrad, the Chief Engineer of the Leopold, are trying to restore power to your ship whilst doing battle with hordes of aliens and contending with a possessed AI. And that, kids, is all she wrote. I realize this is a remake, but honestly? That’s all?

II – UI [6/10]

In part one of the trilogy (Alien Breed: Impact) the UI (or User Interface for the less savvy among us) was colored blue and was infuriatingly hard to see at almost any given moment. Thankfully, in installments two and three, the color had been changed to green and was infinitely easier on the eyes. The mini-map was rather reliable, making it mostly unnecessary to consult the full map often. Apart from that, HUD was minimal and user friendly.

III – Gameplay [1/10]

Altogether I found Alien Breed to be underwhelming practically at every turn. The game is played from a top-down angle with rigid and irritating camera controls. The objectives were mind-numbingly repetitive and I found myself getting overly bored about an hour into the first game. I present to you a dramatization of just about every thing you do in these games.

“Turn on the cranky thing to put out the fires.”

*Kills aliens*

“Oh no, the cranky thing is broken. Go reboot six computers to fix the cranky thing.”

*Kills aliens*

“Good job on rebooting the computers. You can turn on the cranky thing now. Also, here are some more aliens for you to kill.”

And that, ladies and gentlemen, is quite seriously the entire game. Sure, you get an odd boss battle here and there, but I’ll be damned if they aren’t just as repetitive and underwhelming as the rest of the game. My other biggest complaint about all the games was the weapon upgrading system. This game is how far into the future and I can only have one upgrade installed on my weapon at a time? What kind of garbage is that?

IV – Content [4/10]

With this being a trilogy, you’d assume they’d add some new content into each game right? Well, they did, but I had you going there didn’t I? Impact was easily the worst game in the trilogy. The campaign (in all three games, mind you) was downright awful. Part two (Alien Breed: Assault) added in a “Survival Mode” which was mildly entertaining. It was a billion times more fun than the campaign, that’s for sure. The enemies felt uninspired; most of them looked like the bugs from Starship Troopers only fatter and more ludicrous. The weapons were a bit boring as well, though I did particularly enjoy using the flamethrower. (Who doesn’t?)

V – Visual [6/10]

There isn’t much to say here really. The graphics throughout the trilogy were consistently the same, with varying levels of obnoxious explosions everywhere. I realize the ship is crashing, but come on. That being said, the graphics weren’t too bad and the lighting was good.

VI – Audio [4/10]

I found the sound effects to be rather lacking. The guns weren’t thrilling in the least and the little, face-hugger-esque aliens, I would swear on my non-existant childrens’ graves’, were frog noises. Thank Cthulhu they got the explosion sounds down though. I can only assume that Michael Bay consulted with them on that.

VII – Overall [3.9]

In closing, I’m glad I got this tripe from Humble Bundle and didn’t pay full price for it.
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