Mickey Mouse volta a estrelar Castle of Illusion, uma releitura do fantástico clássico do Mega Drive. Com jogabilidade e gráficos HD inteiramente novos, Castle of Illusion revive Mickey e seu mundo nesta mágica aventura Disney!
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Data de lançamento: 4/set/2013

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Mickey Mouse volta a estrelar Castle of Illusion, uma releitura do fantástico clássico do Mega Drive. Com jogabilidade e gráficos HD inteiramente novos, Castle of Illusion revive Mickey e seu mundo nesta mágica aventura Disney! Quando a perversa bruxa Mizrabel sequestra Minnie, Mickey deve enfrentar os perigos do "Castelo das Ilusões" para resgatá-la. Tome coragem e atravesse florestas encantadas, encare hordas de brinquedos rebeldes e navegue por labirintos de livros animados. Jogue como Mickey e salve Minnie das garras malignas de Mizrabel!

Características:
- Jogue como Mickey Mouse nesta releitura do jogo clássico do SEGA Genesis.
- Experimente um mundo de maravilhas, revivido com gráficos inteiramente novos e aventuras mágicas.
- Viaje através de cinco mundos mágicos, repletos de lacaios poderosos de Mizrabel.
- Complete desafios escondidos para personalizar Mickey com trajes clássicos!

Requisitos de sistema

PC
Mac
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows Vista SP2+
    • Processor: 2.8 Ghz Dual Core (minimum)
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: ATI 2600/Nvidia 8600 (minimum)
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: 2.4 GHz Quad Core (recommended)
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: ATI 4850/Nvidia 8800 (recommended)
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: 10.8.5
    • Processor: 1.8 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (Dual-Core)
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: The following graphics cards are not supported: ATI X1xxx series, ATI HD2xxx series, Intel HD3000, NVIDIA 7xxx series, NVIDIA 8xxx series, NVIDIA 9xxx series, NVIDIA 3xx series and NVIDIA 1xx series.
    • Hard Drive: 900 MB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: 10.9.3
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: The following graphics cards are not supported: ATI X1xxx series, ATI HD2xxx series, Intel HD3000, NVIDIA 7xxx series, NVIDIA 8xxx series, NVIDIA 9xxx series, NVIDIA 3xx series and NVIDIA 1xx series.
    • Hard Drive: 900 MB available space
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Muito bom esse jogo, principalmente se for jogado no controle do xbox360 para pc!
Publicada: 2 de outubro
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Simplismente lindo ; _ ;
me lembra os velhos tempos
Publicada: 17 de outubro
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Boa parte do jogo é boa apenas para os saudosistas do antigo. O jogo tem gráficos bem legais, história simples e infantil, uma trilha sonora boa, mas a jogabilidade é ruim. Joguei no controle, e o jogo tem um incrívelmente irritante lag entre apertar os botões e a ação realmente for feita: isso por si só estragou o jogo. Ah, e os pulos são totalmente imprevisíveis e mal feitos.

Também, o jogo é em sua maioria fácil mas há algumas partes que ficam extremamente difíceis, e com pouca vida fica simplesmente chato demais. Não há equilíbrio nenhum. E o pior: as cinematics de quando você morre ficam aparecendo e aparecendo toda hora, repetidamente, e dá vontade de finalizar o jogo e não jogar mais. Particularmente a última chefe, simplesmente desisti e desinstalei o jogo só por ficar repetindo a cinematic.
Publicada: 18 de outubro
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Old enough to have played the original? Then you'll love this. If not it's a fairly basic but fun platformer. Wait for a Steam Sale.
Publicada: 25 de setembro
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Short, but sweet. Gameplay is precise and the music is enchanting.
Publicada: 3 de outubro
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Highly enjoyable platformer, great graphics and fun gameplay.
Publicada: 16 de outubro
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Needs to remake the levels of the Master System version as a DLC.
Publicada: 24 de setembro
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Publicada: 30 de setembro
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Even before actually playing the game, I was already hating Sega with my guts for this piece of crap.

- "Best played with gamepad" shown (actually "Am besten mit Gamepad gespielt." - see below), and this is apparently just advertising for Microsoft input devices. It's also helped along by only giving you three keyboard control presets (and they're all sub-optimum, and it's incredibly lazy considering you have two actions plus direction keys). Yeah, you won't need analog movement controls for this game either, so the controller advertising is complete ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥. (At least the few movement tests I did with keyboard felt like giving me enough control. Analog controller movement results in either run or stroll.)

- Said message is part of the ♥♥♥♥ing 25 seconds of unskippable game launch intro! (More if you don't press Enter and then Esc at the right times.) And even returning from in-game to the main menu (e.g. for quitting) wastes several seconds with unnecessary transitions. You're better off just pressing Alt+F4, but hell, who knows whether that might screw up your probably only savestate in this autosaving piece of console crap.

- Menu navigation is slooooow. You cannot press an arrow key and expect the menu to switch to the next point with that. No, you have to do things slowly, the way the game wants you to do it. It wants to complete its fancy text animation first before going to the next point.

- Game disregards Windows version locale, general Steam language setting and game-individual Steam language setting and runs in the location set in Windows system config, which is idiotic, because what's relevant is the language the user understands, not where he is located. I tried finding config files and couldn't, except one with two useless entries. I searched the Windows registry and couldn't find settings there either. Command line parameters? Who knows? Very likely not, since this is just another piece of crap carryover from consoles. I eventually, using a frickin hex editor like a code hacker, found all the available variables and the registry key for the config, which is "SSA\COI", which explains why my keyword search earlier remained unsuccessful. And, well, ... there is no language setting at all in this game. It is hardcoded to take the Windows locale setting, so you'd have to change that every time you play the game if it's not the desired language. And as you can derive from the game forums on Steam (which you should always consult before buying a game, after you've read some of the negative reviews), some people have no choice, their game being in Japanese.

This is the second game ♥♥♥♥ing me off in one day, the other one being Half-Life 2 with its botched update from Valve that caused a launch error for many people. I don't actually get to play games that much, because by the time I get one to run properly, the little motivation I had is gone. I feel like an IT support guy again, but in my free time, and with the difference that I'm actually paying money for the opportunity to deal with crap like this.

I'd demand a refund if I didn't know how annoying THAT would be with Valve, on top of all the hassle I already had.
One has to ask: Why does Valve, with a platform like Steam, even allow the games sold on it to violate its functional guidelines/principles?

The only game I feel like playing right now is Sniper Elite: Corporate Business Cleanup.


P.S.: Oh and the story of the game is the usual ancient-Christian-hate-propaganda-fueled evil-ugly-witch theme, but hey, this is a mickeymouse game after all, so that's to be expected.


TL;DR: Dis?! ... Ney!
Publicada: 5 de outubro
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Castle of Illusion é um remake de um dos primeiros jogos lançado para o console Mega Drive/Genesis, estrelando o protagonista Mickey que tenta resgatar sua amada Minnie da bruxa Misrabel. Admito que cheguei a jogar o original apenas brevemente, logo minha opinião acerca desse jogo estará bastante resguardada de possíveis memórias nostálgicas.
Trata-se de um jogo no gênero plataforma com gráficos lindamente renderizados em 3D. A pespectiva da gameplay é predominantemente 2D, mudando para 3D em sessões bem específicas de algumas fases, e em algumas lutas contra chefes. Não considero que as sessões 3D sejam um mero "gimmick", pois elas possuem um papel bastante utilitário em certas partes que não funcionariam tão bem em 2D. Os desenvolvedores souberam dosar bem, deixando claro que a intenção é que o núcleo da jogabilidade seja em 2D.
O jogo possui apenas 5 áreas temáticas principais, mas dividadas em 2 atos cada (desconsiderando o 3º ato que é a luta contra os chefes), dando um total de 10 fases. Muitos podem considerar o jogo curto demais se comparado aos seus contemporâneos, mas eu achei a duração bastante adequada, pois se o jogo fosse artificialmente extendido ele poderia começar a ficar monótono. O jogo consegue se manter enxuto e apresentar novidades de gameplay de maneira frequente. Ao que parece o lema desse jogo é "qualidade se sobrepõe à quantidade".
Para completistas como eu, o jogo acabou se tornando mais longo que o padrão, pois ele oferece 75 gemas colecionáveis por fase, e alguns itens colecionáveis muito bem escondidos que fornecem roupas extras ao Mickey quando todos são coletados. Oferece também um modo "Time-attack" disponível após completar um ato pelo menos uma vez.
Meu veredicto final, sob o ponto de vista de alguém que não zerou a versão original do jogo para Mega Drive, é que o jogo vale a pena ser jogado pelos amantes do gênero plataforma. Os gráficos são bastantes charmosos e a jogabilidade não decepciona.
Publicada: 6 de outubro
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Jogo divertido, porém bem curtinho.
Publicada: 14 de outubro
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Um remake adequado, ainda mantendo a aura mágica do jogo clássico. Gráficos bons, efeitos sonoros e músicas fiéis aos originais. Nota: 07. Poderia ser melhor se continuasse no 2D, abriria um leque maior para a Direção de Arte e, com o poder gráfico contemporâneo, poderia encher os olhos com detalhes em alta definição.
Publicada: 16 de outubro
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5 de 5 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
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Recomendo! Lindo esse jogo e a criatividade nos cenários é encantadora!! Mto divertido!!!
Publicada: 13 de julho
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Melhor remake! Achei incrível como conseguiram recriar esse clássico tão fielmente ao antigo de mega drive! Até as músicas são remasterizada!!! TOP apenas ! Meu jogo de infância!

Amei!

Se recomendo? ÓBVIO ! XD
Publicada: 9 de agosto
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O Classico jogo em seu novo formato,lembro de jogar isso bastante com minha irma quando era pequeno,e novamente a diverçao de jogar em grupo é alta,boas risadas e euforias é encontrado se você jogar em uma compania que deseja.
como todo jogo do mickey,a jogabilidade está muito boa,graficos animadores e uma musica bem remodelada para sua nova versao,com muitos Secrets para serem abertos ele conseque dar uma continuaçao no gameplay,a exploraçao na fase está relativamente boa,se quiser fazer 100% vai ter que vasculhar bem o cenario.
Porem nosso amigo mickey está longe de ser uma perfeiçao,o jogo é totalmente facil,e sim nao tem nehum desafio para o jogador ter que sofrer,os chefes sao totalmente simples de serem combativeis.
Castle Tbm é mais para um Publico infantil ou de pessoas que ja tenham jogado antes sua versao mais antiga,o jogo nao enjoa tao rapido,mas nao é aquele jogo que você ficara horas e horas jogando.
Apenas 5 horas é o suficiente para finalizar esse jogo..e sabe eu realmente esperava mais,mesmo assim é um jogo divertido de se jogar com amigos ou destrair a cabeça

7/10
Publicada: 13 de junho
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56 de 61 pessoas (92%) acharam esta análise útil
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Personal Rating: "Worth playing"
Traditional Rating: 7/10
Genre: Platform Adventure

Disney was no stranger to the late eighties and nineties consoles back when it was Nintendo waging a console war with SEGA. Arguably two of the most memorable titles for each system were Ducktales for the NES and Castle of Illusion for the SEGA Mega Drive/Genesis. Ducktales had the edge - being more fiendishly difficult than Mickey Mouse's SEGA outing but both exuded charm and were bestsellers on either system.

Cut forward 25+ years to the year 2013 as both popular titles re-emerged in full HD glory for a new generation of gamers and for the first time ever - debuting on the PC. I can see that the more modern gamer will probably find the gameplay on display here a bit antiquated and Castle of Illusion will possibly hold very little appeal for them (outside of the Mickey Mouse and Disney connection) but it's clear the intention here - Castle of Illusion is a love letter to the gamer that cut his/her teeth on these kind of games in the past. While Ducktales: Remasterd is a scene by scene remake (with newly implemented graphical cut-scenes), Castle of Illusion is more of a re-imagining taking the five levels of illusion Mickey must traverse in order to save his dearly beloved, Minnie Mouse, from the clutches of the evil witch Mizrabel and giving each of them a modern spin and a completely new lick of paint. Each of these worlds, like the original, are split into two relatively short levels with the third housing a boss battle for Mickey to overcome.

I had great fun playing this game as a child back in the early nineties so it was pure nostalgic delight exploring these redesigned levels that pay due homage to the levels from the old SEGA classic. While I never found the game on the Mega Drive to be particularly challenging it was certainly a fun romp for my childlike sensibilities back then and this remake of Castle of Illusion fits the bill quite nicely. Most experienced platform gamers will breeze through Castle of Illusion in a jiffy but the controls are tight (except for the swimming sections where it feels like one is trying to maneuver a tank through a mouse hole) and for the most part the game plays and looks beautiful on modern systems.

Castle of Illusion is a simple platformer and when put under scrutiny one can see how mechanically game development has moved along in leaps and bounds - you just have to compare this title with the recently released Rayman Legends to see that Castle of Illusion is nothing more than a nostalgic time-capsule that embraces an age when games were far more simpler and innocent without all the moral grey areas that encapsulates modern gaming today.

If you have fond memories of playing through Castle of Illusion as a child, I wouldn't hesitate to encourage you to pick it up. Chances are you will probably have families and kids of your own now so this is a great way to introduce them to the kinds of games you used to play as a kid. At $14.99 it's priced just about right for the amount of adventure time held and its a great way to spend an afternoon with an old friend from the past.
Publicada: 12 de julho
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Let me start by saying that the old school Castle of Illusion on Genesis / Mega Drive remains one of my favorite platformers today.

Let me also say that I was hugely, hugely, hugely disappoint by DuckTales Remastered, which I found boring and lazily done.

So I went into this with low expectations ... I mean, how do you live up to a classic? Not sure it's possible, but I was extremely please with the updated Castle of Illusion on Steam. Great game. It does an excellent job taking the source material as inspiration and trying to update it without ♥♥♥♥ting all over it.

Storyline
Some witch kidnaps Minnie while she and Mickey are having a picnic. Typical hero save damsel in distress. It works. My only minor complaint is that the intro kind of dragged. The story is so generic that it really seemed a waste of time to draw it out.

Graphics
Wow. The developers did a great job with this. Whereas with DuckTales Remastered, where the characters looked great but everything else looked like crap ... I was dazzled by Castle of Illusion at ever step. In particular, the second level with the toys ... everything was beautiful.

Gameplay
Here's where I had one of those ooh ahh moments. The old Castle of Illusion is purely a side scrolling platformer, and for the most part, so is the update. However, the developers cleverly integrated some 3D parts into the level design. Not too much. I'd compare it with a great movie director using just enough 3D elements without going overboard.

Level design
Good variety. There's swimming, jumping, swinging, running-to-avoid. And again, all levels are beautiful. That said, the best levels in my opinion are the first two. After that, it's okay, but not as great as the first two levels.

Collectibles
In each level you can pick up a card, model and / or chili. And these get you concept art, statutes and costumes (which you can switch into by jumping into the mirror on the third floor). I didn't bother much with completion. I'm not a collectibles or achievements ♥♥♥♥♥. But playing through once normally, I got one outfit and one statute.

Playtime
I got through this in four hours, without chasing collectibles and achievements. It was short and sweet, which is how platformers should be. The unskippable credits were annoying, especially as it's just names scrolling on a black screen, but I don't care too much about these things.

Overall rating: 8/10. Probably loses a point or two for level design not being consistently great throughout.
Publicada: 25 de maio
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Great game all around. Beware of outdated reviews as the game has been patched to natively support a 60 FPS cap a few months ago (Original FPS limit was 30). A remake of an old game executed as well as Ducktales: Remastered.

MUSIC:

Great music. I'm not too much into orchestral soundtracks but it does the job here. You have access to the original soundtrack from the Sega Genesis if that's what you'd prefer.

GRAPHICS:

Great graphics for this kind of game and for its price. No complains here.

PHYSICS:

Sorry! Wrong game! This isn't Sonic but I'll analyze this anyway, they're OK just like in the old game.

LEVEL DESIGN:

Nice use of 2D to 3D movement shifting. Some stages are quite a challenge, especially if you go for all the gems and collectibles. Movement is mostly in 2D in case you're wondering.

BOSSES:

Easy, even the final boss. They're OK if you're young or a bit inexperienced at this kind of games but the stages are certainly far harder than the bosses themselves.

ACHIEVEMENTS:

Easy to 100% if you have a keen eye. Many gems are REALLY well hidden so you have to be clever to get them all. Same for other kind of collectibles.

OVERALL:

Worth the money. Much more if you buy it on sale (Points at itself, as always). It's as difficult as the old school games, with anticlimatic low difficulty bosses and all!

Get it even if you hate Mickey. I never liked that rat nor any of the Disney characters but I can get past my dislike due to how awesome this game is.

HOW CAN YOU HATE MICKEY???:

His voice! Ew! Also Bugs Bunny > Mickey Mouse! 8o
Publicada: 27 de maio
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Castle of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse is a complete re-imagining of the iconic Genesis/Mega Drive adventure.
Fans will enjoy the original storyline as they help Mickey save Minnie.

A great remake and a showcase for the key elements that make up a successful platformer.
Publicada: 19 de julho
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Castle of Illusion is a remake from the classic Mega Drive game. This time your adventure will be a lot more forgiving and easy. This means that Castle of Illusion is worth to play only if you want to see an iconic game reimagined for the new generations. Also, it's a good choice to introduce kids to the world of platformers.
Publicada: 11 de julho
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