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.
Valutazione degli utenti: Perlopiù positiva (468 recensioni) - 468 recensioni degli utenti (71%) per questo gioco sono positive.
Data di rilascio: 3 giu 2010

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Acquista Alien Breed: Impact

Pacchetti che includono questo gioco

Acquista Alien Breed™ Trilogy

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


Consigliato dai curatori

"Alien Breed feels like a game from the last generation of consoles. It is a solid action game"
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Informazioni sul gioco

'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


    • 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
Recensioni utili
4 persone su 4 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
18.0 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 19 settembre
Older but still a good game, even to today's standards.

- Graphics on this style of game is really good
- Easy Achievements
- Co-op

- In co-op missions can not control the camera and therefore have a fixed view

If you're bored and looking for some simple game where you dispose of the invaders then this is just enough for you.
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No Divertente
3 persone su 3 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
10.3 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 21 settembre
What I loved:
-Engaging combat with an elegant flow (practically glide from room to room gracefully dispatching enemies)
-Rich atmosphere, sound design and graphics (For a UE3 game, this is pretty gorgeous).
-Unique setpieces within levels (I LOVED the mainframe areas).
-Short and sweet (A lot of my time is AFK, you could beat this in half the time if you wanted)

What I was meh about:
-Camera is clunky yet manageable (Enemies that flank you make for minor frustration)
-Little variety in combat (Same types of enemies, but the combat flow makes up for it)
-Doom syndrome (Levels are different, but still similar enough to evoke, for lack of a better word, ennui)

What I disliked:
-Cutscenes of little interest (I skipped every single one and it didn't affect my enjoyment in the slightest)
-Repetitive mission layout (Go here, activate thing, activate other thing, get key, hold the fort, etc)
-Didn't care about the characters (I don't even remember who the protagonist was, let alone care)
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No Divertente
1 persone su 1 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
17.1 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 18 ottobre
Been playing alien swarm from steam version, so i got this game.. I Its pretty tough at times and a lot of intense action does happen. Sound effects for this game were amazing.

Graphics on this style of game is really good
Gameplay is addictive and solid
sound effects
Top down shooters are great and this ones no different
Easy Achievements

In co-op missions can not control the camera and therefore have a fixed view
There aren't a lot of options or collectables in terms of inventory but the weapons do feel satisfying
Objectives are a little repetitive
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No Divertente
1 persone su 1 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
18.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 5 novembre
Alien Breed: Impact is a trilogy of games from Team 17 that basically has Conrad, a hardened engineer, fighting his way through his own ship, the Leopold, and an unknown alien ship, in a third-person shooter. He is up against bajillion nasties clearly inspired by Aliens, complete with "squishy" floor, little "scorpion" type critters, and bigger insectoids, among others.

Conrad is given a bunch of weapons, from the good ol' pistol (infinite ammo) to assault rifle, shotgun, flamer, laser rifle, and "ion spike" (read: energy bazooka) as well as grenades, health kits, and other auxilary items. Most items need to be found though, and there are "credits" left around, as well as search corpses for additional goodies like ammo and credits. Credits can be spent on upgrades, ammo, and other bonuses at any Intex terminal, which also serve as mission save points (only 3 savegames allowed).

The graphics are quite good, but camera management is somewhat archaic, yet understandable. Most games that adopt 3rd person has auto camera, but this game has a manual camera system that you can manually rotate around the character in 45 degree increments. It feels weird but once you start playing you understand that this is actually good as enemies *can* come from all directions and this gives you more flexibility in determining which angle to view the action.

The game is very playable on a dualstick gamepad but can also be played with keyboard / mouse combo where the Q/E keys rotate the view. On a gamepad it would be the shoulder buttons.

The problem with this game is the gameplay gets repetitive very quickly on various "Fedex" missions. Every mission you go on has multiple complications, which requires you to do something else, which may yet require something else too.

For example, you're trying to get the mainframe online to control the engines. To reboot the mainframe you have to reinitialize the power source on three areas, then each area you will probably have to clear it to enemies, activate the fire supression system to clear the fire, then another to clear the toxic gas in the next room, etc. etc. There is a TON of backtracking, and that gets quite... boring.

The game also breaks up the action as you to loot every corpse (human corpse, not the alien ones) and locker along the way, as well as buy ammo (!?) if you run low or out. And often the looting yields nothing. Trigger discipline becomes second nature, as is switching weapons and use the infinite ammo pistol as much as you can. You need to save the money for upgrades, and money is NOT plentiful in this game (and if you spend it all on ammo you can't upgrade!)

Music is not bad, sound effects are decent, but the game play... Hmmm... As I said, it does get repetitive, and the other two games in the series can only be MOTS: more of the same.

All in all, Alien Breed is an action game, and a bit old. Buy it when it's on sale.
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No Divertente
47 persone su 53 (89%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
3 persone hanno trovato questa recensione divertente
5.4 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 6 gennaio 2014
Welcome to this stupid ship where the controls to operate every part of the ship are thirty miles from the thing you're trying to use. Thank you for choosing Intex.
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