An Intense Cyberpunk Rpg On the Red Planet! Mars War Logs takes you to Mars, nearly a century after the cataclysm that threw the planet and its colonists into chaos. Water has become the most precious resource on the arid red planet, with a few companies fighting a perpetual war for its control.
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 26 abr. 2013

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An Intense Cyberpunk Rpg On the Red Planet!

Mars War Logs takes you to Mars, nearly a century after the cataclysm that threw the planet and its colonists into chaos. Water has become the most precious resource on the arid red planet, with a few companies fighting a perpetual war for its control.


In the middle of this struggle, play as Roy, a renegade with multiple talents who finds himself dragged in an epic story where every choice counts. Develop your character and your combat style by choosing among many skills and perks: melee, ranged combat, stealth, or the devastating Technomants powers.


Craft armors and weapons, recruit companions to help you in your quest, and plunge in a thrilling adventure offering a huge variety of quests. In dynamic, real-time combat, face formidable opponents and the most fearsome creatures of Mars. The fate of all colonies of Mars now lies in your hands…

Requisitos del sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS:WINDOWS XP SP3/WINDOWS VISTA SP2/WINDOWS 7/WINDOWS 8
    • Processor:AMD/INTEL DUAL-CORE 2.2 GHZ
    • Memory:2048 MB RAM
    • Graphics:512 MB 100% DIRECTX 9 AND SHADERS 4.0 COMPATIBLE
    • DirectX®:9.0
    • Hard Drive:3 GB HD space
    • Sound:DIRECTX 9 COMPATIBLE
    • Additional:INTERNET CONNECTION REQUIRED FOR THE GAME ACTIVATION
    Recommended:
    • Additional:INTERNET CONNECTION REQUIRED FOR THE GAME ACTIVATION
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A 12 de 12 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
16.3 h registradas
Publicado el 21 de abril
Se le ha criticado mucho, y si ves las reviews de los usuarios verás que difieren bastante de las reviews oficiales. Para que os hagais una idea, en Metacritic tiene un 59 en las reviews oficiales, pero un 73 en las de los usuarios. El caso es que el juego no es tan malo como lo quieren pintar. A ver, no es The Witcher 2, pero es entretenido, quizás el mayor problema es que intenta abarcar demasiado.

La trama está bien, sin ser ningún locurón, cumple, pero me esperaba más. Es cierto que el universo creado daba para bastante más, me habría gustado que profundizasen más para enterarse bien de Abundancia, la historia de los Tecnomantes y el tema de los nombres de virtudes por ejemplo. De todas formas me parece que el final lo dejaron con final abierto pensando en continuarlo (y ojalá lo hagan). Lo bueno de la trama es que es muy de decisiones y de elegir, así como un camino malvado y otro bueno, lo cual aumenta su valor por rejugabilidad. También hay romances (muy light aviso, pero los hay).

En el combate recuerda muchísimo a The Witcher 2, así que si te gustó el combate de este (como a mi), lo encontrarás divertido. Aun así le veo una pega, y es que hay demasiados recursos a la hora del combate, y al final acabas usando 2 o 3 skills nada más, obviando el resto durante la mayor parte del juego. El arbol de skills tiene 3 ramas básicas que podriamos decir que equivalen a: Combate, Sigilo y Tecnomancia. Yo llegué hasta nivel 25, a 2 puntos de habilidad por nivel casi pude completar 2 de los árboles.

El combate se basa en esquivas, contraataques y bloqueos, golpes y skills (lanzar arena a los ojos, granadas, trampas, pistola de clavos, arco eléctrico, escudo eléctrico, electrificar armas...). Yo lo jugué en Normal, pero probé la última zona del juego en nivel Extremo y es más que asequible (incluso siendo el final), así que recomiendo jugarlo en extremo directamente, el juego no es dificil.

Uno de los puntazos es poder mejorar/modificar tus armas y armaduras, crear pociones y munición... para ello cuenta con algo de exploración, aunque en general el mapeado es bastante limitado, también se echa de menos más interacción con el entorno y con los npcs, apenas hay unos cuantos con los que puedes hablar.

El juego me duró unas 15 horas, supongo que yendo en plan sigilo la cosa igual se alarga un poco más, no me han dado el logro de todas las secundarias, así que puede que me dejase alguna, hay un buen número (creo que tuve un bug con una que hablaba con una tipa y no me contaba en la misión como que había hablado con ella). Aun así el juego se queda algo corto, o se puede decir que te deja con ganas de más, pero me pareció que la curva argumental y de ritmo perdía fuelle con el epílogo, para mi faltaba aun todo un capítulo más mínimo. Pero bueno, si lo continuan al menos no me quejaré de esto.

A nivel artístico el juego tiene detalles muy originales, y Marte luce muy bien, aunque hay muchos elementos repetitivos y usados en exceso, como las zonas de intersección que te cargan la animación cada vez que abres una puerta o saltas un muro, que por suerte se puede omitir, pero yo lo habría quitado directamente. Vamos, que el juego luce bien, los tecnomantes molan mucho, y el protagonista también, creo que es el primer prota con un ojo de cada color que veo, puntazo!

En cuanto a la música y el sonido, normal, no destaca especialmente, cumple bien, pero ahi se queda. El doblaje no está mal, aunque algunos personajes fluctuan bastante en sus interpretaciones (como Mary). Gráficamente cumplidor, con lo que tiene luce bien, no le puedo pedir más. En todo caso habría venido bien algún tipo de luz en el personaje, ya que hay zonas muy oscuras, y cuando tienes que luchar ahí apenas puedes ver sólo la silueta y la barra de vida del enemigo.

Por tanto sí! Lo recomiendo, en rebajas debería ser una compra imprescindible si te gustan las decisiones, la ciencia-ficción y los action-rpg.

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A 3 de 3 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
10.7 h registradas
Publicado el 21 de junio
Jueco con potencial pero que se queda a medio camino en casi todo.
- Gran universo y lore pero que no aprovechan.
- Personajes que podían dar muchísimo mas de sí.
- Historia interesante pero nada del otro mundo.
- El crafteo es de lo mejor del juego y ofrece cosas variables e interesantes aunque también podría haber dado mucho más...
- Es corto y lineal aunque hay decisiones, pero nada del otro mundo.

En resumen el juego es aceptable a pesar de sus fallos. Lo recomiendo solamente a buen precio (5 euros o menos).
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A 23 de 24 personas (96%) les ha sido útil este análisis
22.0 h registradas
Publicado el 6 de julio
Worthwhile for any fan of Mars based sci fi. Many nods (mostly subtle) to other things and some great visual designs, but ultimately the game is flawed and evidently missing a bunch of content.

Feels like they wanted to make a Witcher style open world game, but were somehow constrained or forced out of that path.

All things considered, its a good enough game to while away a weekend with if yer in the right mood and you get it at the right price.

Controller recommended as the combat can be a pain on kb+m.
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A 15 de 18 personas (83%) les ha sido útil este análisis
16.7 h registradas
Publicado el 8 de marzo
The pluses:
- good story
- interesting setting
- generally interesting characters

The minuses:
- sometimes your character reacts in a way that you wouldn't have chosen if you had had a choice

I played this game on the easy setting, 'cause I wasn't super interested in the combat. I did enjoy the advancement system, though, and every time I felt that I was getting bored with the location, I could get moved to a new one. I had a really good time playing this and would definitely recommend it.
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33.7 h registradas
Publicado el 28 de julio
Single-player action RPG with 3rd person view, in the sci-fi setting. Very story-driven, that means NO for open world experience. But there are none good tale as well. Just a decent action part in narrow tunnel of somewhat "noir" agenda.

In truth, game isn't all bad, it's just mediocre. But I'm freaked out by how it is presenting itself there on Steam: "An Intense Cyberpunk Rpg On the Red Planet!" While it is really telling about humans on the fourth planet, it is as far from cyberpunk, as me from being a wealthy man. And "Intense" means it is very short and linear. Not a good point to present for decent "story rich" RPG, you agree?

I'm going to tell you about my experience with the Mars: War Logs, so there will be some minor spoilers. Sorry for that, if you don't want any spoilers - don't read any reviews on that game before playing! But I suggest you to look the other way, there are plenty of games of much greater value.

There are many comparisons for this game to others. Somehow, Mars: War Logs are truly looks sometimes like Mass Effect or Star Wars KOTOR 2... But these moments are rare and second-handed at best. In other words, all what is that game going to show you - already been somewhere.

Take a first act, for example: you are in the prison, and you're going to make escape from there. By stealing a train, for what you need some guy at generator, and some guy from the guard. And weapons. Funny, but ALL of these were in russian game Planet Alcatraz (2009), where you also starting at the prison, and gotta run out on the train. Only difference is what in Planet Alcatraz you can trust only in yourself in that prison, so you need to choose: either make yourself an electrician, or try to evolve in a guard - to get your hands on weapons and make ways to the train...

Okay, I'm feeling I'm skidded away. Let's forget for a moment all other games, movies or books, in some way similar to our Mars: War Logs. Let's just look at it. For what gaming experience should we pay our money?

Story? Well, it's sketchy. Bleak. At the end of the 2nd act you need to decide whoever party you'll side with. But truly, none of those parties are good choice for you. And, which is more - even that most affecting choice doesn't really changing anything for the player. Maybe except for the game achievement. But we know what genuine achievement hunter want all achievements, so he's gonna play for both parties. I suggest start with the Rebellion, and then for the General, it seems scheduled in that order by the game plot.

World? Well, we don't really see Mars. Or participating in war, like in shows in the title. There are decent background, but it is absolutely static. In the worst way. Side-quests are about running from A to B, beating some guys, returning back. After that in point C appears some other quest person, and it's going further, to running to the D point - to beat or scare another bunch of losers. And the most annoying part is what sometimes some scripts aren't working properly, and you unwillingly skipping from A to D point, without even knowing what it was. Example? There are many, but side quests with romance line(s) are coming in mind first.

As for visual part of showing the life on Mars... well, it's nothing pretty. No John Carter stuff there. Dirty suburbs where we hanging back and forth, that's all you'll gonna see in the whole game.
Sounds are nothing spectacular too. Music is boring and forgettable. And voice acting... it's not That Bad, as some other reviews are pointing, but since all characters in the game are pretty obscure, their voices aren't really helping to bring them some personality. Pity on that.

Finally, action part! Can you fight in this game? Yeah, there are decent battle system. You mashing people with your mace in the right hand and shooting with some nail gun from the left hand. Also you can cast some spells, like electric bolt, or stunning wave. Or you can throw grenades and mines. It helps in the fight, but, since the resources are scarce, you're still need to bash people with the stick. No power-chokes there.

But then, combat part is decent, but not really good. It is imperceptible at normal fights, but bosses are turning everything down. They are too easy to beat. And even easier to be shot. There are only one out of the line boss fight in the 3rd sequence, where you meet some challenge for the boss. But alas! It's only because of it's health bar, other than that - same boring stuff.

Synopsis:

1) game is not original. Not in the scenario, neither in the action part. And over the most of all, it is treating you not as an associate, a hero of adventure, but strictly as a player clicking the buttons behind the screen. There are no place to dive, it's knee-deep at best.

2) I can suggest you many games of much higher value. Even for the action part, which is the most satysfying in the Mars: War Logs. And I'm not talking about AAA titles, like Mass Effect or Deus Ex. If you are looking for well-written story where your actions are really changing something, try Alpha Protocol. And if you are up to the good trip, try Risen 2&3. And if you are really want a sci-fi story, there are a fine gem of forgotten games, Septerra Core.

As for marks for Mars: War Logs, it would be 6.5/10, for the effort, and almost working scripts. It is almost a good game. Not worth buying though.
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