À propos du jeu Donjons & Dragons®: Chroniques de Mystara™ remanie deux grands classiques de Capcom, sortis sur arcade – Donjons & Dragons®: Tower of Doom™ et Dungeons & Dragons®: Shadow over Mystara™ – rassemblés en un seul contenu digital.
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Date de parution: 18 juin 2013

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Acheter Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara

Acheter Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara 4-Pack

Includes four copies of Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara - Send the extra copies to your friends!

 

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"Superb RPG inspired brawler expanded with challenges, new modes, full suite of emu options. It has it all. This is how you do an emulated port. "

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À propos du jeu


Donjons & Dragons®: Chroniques de Mystara™ remanie deux grands classiques de Capcom, sortis sur arcade – Donjons & Dragons®: Tower of Doom™
et Dungeons & Dragons®: Shadow over Mystara™ – rassemblés en un seul contenu digital.
Tout comme pour les jeux d’arcade, les joueurs peuvent jouer jusqu’à quatre, et sélectionner leur classe de personnage, avant de livrer bataille contre les bêtes mythiques de l’univers de Donjons & Dragons®, auquel se mêlent des combats au corps à corps, à distance, et de la magie.

Principales caractéristiques

  • Amélioration du système GGPO en ligne, avec Drop-in/Drop-out Co-Op Play : Une communauté GGPO qui livre une expérience en ligne agréable: jusqu’à quatre joueurs, qui peuvent se joindre
    ou quitter la partie en cours, et ce à volonté.
  • Un système de jeu d’arcade classique, avec une nouvelle amélioration : Les joueurs peuvent apprécier les modes d’arcade originaux, ou mélanger le gameplay avec les « Règles de la Maison »,
    qui viennent chambouler l’expérience de jeu.
    Quelques exemples des Règles de la Maison :
    • Incassable – Les objets nécessaires à l’équipement ont une durée de vie illimitée. Ne vous souciez plus d’une éventuelle rupture !
    • Enemy Rush – Luttez contre la montre, dans ce mode spécial. Démarrez le chronomètre de jeu avec 30 secondes, et faites progresser le temps, dès que vous tuez un nouvel ennemi !
    • Make it Rain – Devenez vite riche ! Les ennemis et les coffres vous laissent des tonnes d’or !
  • Système de Défis : Un nouveau système « RPG-like » qui s’adapte parfaitement aux jeux existants, et fournit une myriade de défis aux joueurs, qui peuvent progresser de niveau et gagner des « Points de Vault » qui peuvent être utilisées dans le Vault.
  • Le Vault : Un trésor et un butin à débloquer qui peuvent être achetés en « Points de Vault » via le Système de Défis.
  • Visualiseur de personnage : Cet interface de visualisation permet de suivre les personnages utilisés le plus souvent par les joueurs et leurs amis. Les joueurs peuvent ainsi utiliser cet outil pour créer un équipage de donjon plus équilibré, ou voir quels sont les personnages sous-utilisés, qu’ils pourront tester par la suite.
  • Classements & Arcade Connecté : Les joueurs peuvent suivre leur évolution face à leurs amis, à travers un classement, et grâce à un ensemble de statistiques disponibles.

Configuration requise

    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows Vista (Does not support Windows XP)
    • Processor:Intel Dual Core 1.8GHz (or higher) or AMD Athlon II X2 (or higher)
    • Memory:1 GB RAM
    • Graphics:nVidia GF6600 (or higher) or ATi X1600 (or higher) with 256MB of RAM
    • DirectX®:11
    • Hard Drive:350 MB HD space
    • Sound:DirectSound compatible, DirectX 9.0c (or higher) compatible
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
    • Additional:DirectX 11/Shader3.0 or higher
    Recommended:
    • OS:Windows 7
    • Processor:Intel Dual Core 2.4GHz (or higher) or AMD Athlon II X2 (or higher)
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:nVidia GF8000 (or higher) or ATi X1800 (or higher) with 256MB of RAM
    • DirectX®:11
    • Hard Drive:350 MB HD space
    • Sound:DirectSound compatible, DirectX 9.0c (or higher)
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
    • Additional:DirectX 11/Shader3.0 or higher
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36 personne(s) sur 45 (80%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
2.3 heures en tout
Posté le : 15 janvier
THIS GAME IS SO MUCH FUN. I bought it for a few friends because we couldn't get Turtles in Time to work online through an emulator. This is like ten times better. Awesome beat em up. The keyboard controls suck a fat one but with a controller it's A++.

I would absolutely recommend it at full price. It runs windowed without issue or full screen, the graphics hold up and have a nostalgic feel, combat is really fun and the game doesn't get boring.
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19 personne(s) sur 22 (86%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
2.1 heures en tout
Posté le : 10 mai
I was a child of the arcade era. Sneak off and walk up to the mall to waste quarters on the arcade cabinets, all that jazz...

And this just brought back tons of memories. All the quarters I dumped into this thing since I had no clue how D&D worked. That's the thing to remember going in.

A side-scrolling brawler incorporating D&D mechanics, one would be surprised at the amount of knowledge they should have going in. If someone doesn't have a party when they're a magic user, they might wonder why they can't cast their spells against the Beholder boss. Or in Tower of Doom, they might wonder why certain monsters just won't stay down until they're burned or beaten to jelly.

Even not having this knowledge however, these games are still fun. Replayability is definitely a factor, with dozens of items to collect as you go along. A radial item wheel is available to access the items or spells you collect, and even to switch equipment for classes that can do so, and while some people may claim the keyboard controls are clunky it's a minor hiccup in all honestly. Even going from WASD movement to arrow movement for this isn't the end of the world. The game isn't as pretty as one would expect from a packaged port like this. I personally haven't tinkered with options, but there are some glaring issues here and there with things that just pop out, at the least in Shadow of Mystara. The audio is just as I remember, excellent music for around the year these games came out and a reminder that before Squenix took over, Capcom was the go-to music company.

Considering you're picking up two games for the price of one, the TL;DR of this is yes. Chronicles of Mystara is worth it. Graphically, you get what the age and port would expect. Audibly, the game is ear-candy. Playability-wise, exceptional. It's not perfection, but it's damn close to it for the price.
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11 personne(s) sur 14 (79%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
3 personnes ont trouvé cette évaluation amusante
4.9 heures en tout
Posté le : 16 mars
2 of the best arcade games to have ever exsisted i remember when i used to dump quarters just to play those 2 games for hours now i can play it all the time useing fake quarters XD 10/10
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3 personne(s) sur 3 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
2.4 heures en tout
Posté le : 14 mai
A surprisingly good Beat-Em-Up RPG-like game where you gain levels & upgrades as you fight your way through the game with added features that make it unique compared to it's arcade original.

PROS
-Up to 4 player Online/Offline Co-Op
-Easy Multiplayer where people can jump in/out of games easily
-Several different Characters to play
-Fun Classic Arcade Beat-em'up Style
-2 Games in One

CONS
-Repetitive Game Play
-Lack of D-Input Support (Joy2Key Needed)

FEATURES

The game has two games to choose from. TOWER OF DOOM & SHADOW OF MYSTARA. Shadow of Mystara is the game's main campaign with more game play elements & characters to play as while Tower of Doom is the 2nd campaign which is basically an older version of the 1st campaign with slightly less features.

Both campaigns are very similar with the exception of graphical differences. In SoM each character has special abilities unique to them which gives them a unique play style. The Rogue can Double Jump & Throw Rocks with her sling, the Warrior can Block attacks with his shield & so on. ToD doesn't have these features for each character.

You can also swap your special ability for an item that you have in your inventory & is easily switched by simply pressing a button then rotating to the item you want. It can be cumbersome to do so in the middle of a fight since you can't move/attack while doing it. The same cycle mechanic is used in both campaigns for items.

At the end of each level you fight a boss & after the boss you enter a shop menu which lets you buy health potions to heal & weapons that your character can wield. There are also branching paths in each campaign near the end of each chapter. If you are playing a co-op match you choose by majority vote. If the vote is 50/50 I think it's random.

You also gain level ups after each mission. These feel pretty much tacked on but they do serve a purpose. The Fighter gets a stronger sword, the Mage gets more spells, & every class gets more HP every level. If you die you can swap characters mid play through but they start out at the lowest level so it's better to stick with the same character as you play.

The Final Boss in SoM is probably one of the most hilarious things I've seen in an arcade game. It's not how she looks but how she fights. She's just a super killing machine meant to eat quarters & even has a giant instant kill AOE attack that you can't dodge & takes up the entire screen. Luckily, you have infinite continues so you don't have to worry about that nonsense.

The game also has "House Rules" which let you customize each play through with different game play elements. These can make the game easier or much harder depending on what you choose. This adds much more replay value as there are a lot of different settings to choose from. You do need to unlock most of these by completing achievements, though. There's a convenient achievement tracker while you play the game as well.

OVERALL

Overall the game is fun, enjoyable, has a lot of content added compared to the originals & is very well done for an arcade port. The online co-op is simple & easy to use. You make a room, & can either wait for people to join or start playing & have them join mid game or join another game in progress. The Single-Player is also enjoyable but the real fun is in the co-op.

I recommend buying it if you like Classic Arcade Games or just want a good gaming experience.
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3 personne(s) sur 3 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1.1 heures en tout
Posté le : 17 mai
It is a classic arcade game/quarter eater. It is relentlessly difficult, almost as hard as the Metal Slug games. It is fun to play as all of the characters although there isn't much difference other than looks. It is a faithful recreation of the arcade version and worth it on sale for around $6 which is what I paid and is a fair price. Have patience because you will need it. Anyone playing through for the first time will die a lot. Or basically anyone period because it was designed that way so it would take a ton of quarters to beat so they could get a ♥♥♥♥ load of money from the game in the arcade. One of the hardest games I've ever played but also a true classic beat'em up that doesn't make you mash the attack button 90 thousand times a minute until your hand and arm are broke like a piece of trash unfun arm breaker of a game like Castle Crashers.

7/10 good, but get on sale only
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