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Mickey Mouse vuelve a Castle of Illusion, un clásico de SEGA Genesis. ¡Con gráficos en alta definición y una experiencia de juego totalmente renovada, Castle of Illusion te trae a Mickey y su mundo en esta mágica aventura de Disney!
Fecha de lanzamiento: 4 Sep 2013

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Mickey Mouse vuelve a Castle of Illusion, un clásico de SEGA Genesis. ¡Con gráficos en alta definición y una experiencia de juego totalmente renovada, Castle of Illusion te trae a Mickey y su mundo en esta mágica aventura de Disney! La malvada bruja Mizrabel ha raptado a Minnie y Mickey debe enfrentarse a los peligros de Castle of Illusion para rescatarla. Sé valiente y atraviesa bosques encantados, enfréntate a legiones de juguetes rebeldes y explora laberintos de libros vivientes. ¡Juega como Mickey y salva a Minnie de las garras de la perversa Mizrabel!

Características:
- Juega como Mickey Mouse en este clásico para SEGA Genesis.
- Entra en un mundo de maravilla, lleno de vida gracias a sus nuevos gráficos y mágicas aventuras.
- Viaja a cinco mágicos mundos, habitados por los poderosos secuaces de Mizrabel.
- ¡Completa los desafíos ocultos para personalizar a Mickey con trajes clásicos!

Requisitos del sistema (PC)

    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

Requisitos del sistema (MAC)

    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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Poco más de tres horas para completarlo, pero aún le queda algun rato más para conseguir los 27 diamantes que me quedan =D Bastante divertido, aunque un poco más fácil que el original. A quien lo haya jugado antes se lo recomandaría, si lo pillas en una oferta, está bien.
Publicado: 28 marzo 2014
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Juegazo, se echaba en falta jugar a algo que tuviese aires de clásico y lo han conseguido. Ojalá hicieran un remake de todos los clásicos Dinsey de los 90. Que curiosamente, lejos de ser juegos hechos simplemente para aprovechar una franquicia, eran juegos de una calidad difícil de igualar en todos los aspectos. Incluso hoy día.

Lo único que claro, es un proyecto de bajo presupuesto, se hubiese agradecido un poco de optimización, el framerate no va del todo fino, claramente, por lo menos a mi me baja de 30 fps en algunas ocasiones y eso que el juego funciona a 1280x720 y tengo un equipo decente.

*Dejo unas capturas de pantalla con el framerate en mi perfil.

De todas formas se puede jugar perfectamente. 100% recomendado.
Publicado: 29 marzo 2014
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Simplemente espectacular. Un juego cortito pero al que se le puede sacar alguna horita de más intentando desbloquear todos los logros. La falta de costumbre a los juegos de plataformas clásicos ha hecho que me encallara en un par de puntos...caídas tontas etc... Casi obligado jugar con mando ( o eso te dicen en la intro del juego).
Quien tuvisteis la oportunidad de jugar antaño....repetid. A los que no....jugad.

un saludo
Publicado: 21 abril 2014
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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.
Publicado: 12 julio 2014
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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.
Publicado: 25 mayo 2014
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A 8 de 8 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Para los nostálgico y para recordar viejos tiempos. Plataformas sencillísimo, ideal para jugar con los peques, pero muy corto (en 2-3h puede acabarse perfectamente, otra cosa es conseguir todos los diamantes, estatuas, naipes y chilis). Ahora a esperar al World of Illusion, que me gustó más.

7/10
Publicado: 6 enero 2014
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