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Betrayer is a first person action adventure game that takes you to the New World at the turn of the 17th century. The year is 1604. You sailed from England expecting to join a struggling colony on the coast of Virginia. Instead, you find only ghosts and mysteries. What catastrophe blighted the land and drained it of color and life?
Date de parution: 24 mar 2014
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Update v1.3

13 avril 2014

Thanks for supporting Betrayer! Please feel free to leave feedback on the Steam forums or email team@blackpowdergames.com with your comments.

Recent changes:

  • Added archiving of save games every hour and every 15 minutes within the last hour.

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Update v1.2

8 avril 2014

Thanks for supporting Betrayer! Please feel free to leave feedback on the Steam forums or email team@blackpowdergames.com with your comments.

Recent changes:

  • Applied a fix for UI crashes.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause player loot drops to be invisible when loading from save game.
  • Fixed a case where a player loot could fall out of the world but not be given to the player. In order to avoid the issue of inaccessible loot, we're giving the player his loot if it falls through. One case was not handled.
  • Updated the Hunter's Longbow description to indicate that it's slower than the Champion's Longbow.
  • Made melee better at hitting targets beneath the crosshair.

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“this is absolutely a project worth supporting if you appreciate atmospheric first-person games.”
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“PAX Prime 2013 Awards: Up and Comer Award. Now for the Up and Comer award, our rising star, I'm going to have to give it to a game that dazzled me.”
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À propos du jeu

Betrayer is a first person action adventure game that takes you to the New World at the turn of the 17th century.

The year is 1604. You sailed from England expecting to join a struggling colony on the coast of Virginia. Instead, you find only ghosts and mysteries. What catastrophe blighted the land and drained it of color and life? Where are the settlers and tribes who lived here? Where are the settlers and tribes who lived here?

Clue by clue, you must piece together the story of what befell this doomed settlement and find a way to set things right. You will be hunted by corrupted Conquistadors and ravening shadows as you explore an expansive wilderness in order to trace the brief, tragic history of the colony and search for survivors.

Key Features

  • Explore large, open environments teeming with danger and discovery. Chart your own course in search of clues and treasures.
  • Switch between two distinct worlds featuring different enemies, obstacles, and threats.
  • Wield early 17th century weaponry including muskets, bows, crossbows, and tomahawks. Upgrade your arsenal by purchasing or finding faster, deadlier, longer-ranged weapons.
  • Charge headlong into battle with guns blazing or pick enemies off quietly. A novel, movement-based stealth system lets you hide in plain sight or use the wind to mask your footsteps.
  • Equip ability-enhancing Charms to complement your play style, granting anything from extra health to faster movement to improved stealth.
  • Play with the default visual style for maximum eeriness and tension or customize the color and contrast settings to suit your tastes.

About Blackpowder Games

Our ongoing mission is to create first person action experiences that are distinctive, compelling, and memorable regardless of scope or platform. Most of the founders began this quest together over 15 years ago at Monolith Productions and have continued to refine and improve our craft as a team ever since. We expect to continue on this righteous path for centuries to come now that the Singularity is just around the corner.

Configuration requise

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows Vista 64-bit
    • Processor: 3.0 GHz dual core or better
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Graphics: DirectX 9 compatible with 1GB video RAM or better (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460/AMD Radeon HD 6850)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 4 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Windows compatible stereo sound card
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows Vista 64-bit / Windows 7 64-bit/ Windows 8 64-bit
    • Processor: 2.4 GHz quad core or better (enhanced for multi-core processors)
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Graphics: DirectX 9 compatible with 2GB video RAM or better (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti/AMD Radeon HD 6870)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 4 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Windows compatible stereo sound card
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This new studio, Blackpowder games, who in which there are ancient members of the F.E.A.R team from Monolith, releases their first game. I bought it on early access in the beginning, and didn't play it since, but im now in the full version and i got to say i'm really impressed, the level of polish is incredible. This game is really unique too, the atmosphere is one of a kind, plus the graphics are outstanding, the textures and when that wind starts blowing on the green stuff (trees, grass, bushes) i get shivers. Audio is very silent and atmospheric too, you hear the wind, the grass, animals, birds, the water. And for sure coming from the team is a very cool dark atmosphere in the "other world", which i would call it, where you find tons of cool creatures. Story is very mysterious too, and interesting. There is also kind of a rpg feel to the game, when you search in chests and exploded boxes of wood with your knife to find loot. Weapons are very nice too, with my special favorite being the bow.

Overall very happy with this purchase and recommend to everyone who likes original fps's with a spooky kind of atmosphere.
Posté le : 24 mars 2014
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Oui Mais avec un gros MAIS. Je m’explique, asseyez-vous les enfants.

Un jeu par des anciens du jeu FEAR, un univers très peu exploité (la colonisation des usa), une colonie déserté, voilà la baseline du jeu, et ça envois je trouve. La forme est bonne, le fond par contre …

Graphisme : magnifique, on s’y croirait sérieusement. Les map sont assez grande (assez pour tourner en rond comme un mongolito, j’y reviendrais) avec pas mal de diversité, un très bon point. Le jeu peut tourner sur une petite configuration (genre i3).

Musique : Difficile de donner un avis sur un jeu sans musique. Par contre les sons (nature, ennemis etc), l’ambiance sont top, on est dedans directement et les bruits des ennemis font bien flipper.

Gameplay : un classique fps mais avec les armes de l’époque et les contraintes qui vont bien avec. Donc quand vous tirez au mousquet, vous devez ensuite remettre la poudre, balles et tasser le tout dans le bousin. Assez réaliste, ça met une certaine tension dans le jeu, surtout pendant les combats. Très sympa.

Thème : horreur mais plus la peur de mourir que le peur psychologique comme dans un Silent Hill. A vous de voir si c’est votre truc ou pas.

Ia : Oula. Voilà le mot que je me suis dit. Le jeu flirte entre débile et OMG la magie. Parfois vous passez à côté d’un ennemi et il ne dit rien, et parfois il vous remarque à 500 mètres… Et une fois détecté, ils vont vous suivre sur toutes la map, sans relâche jusqu’à votre mort (ou la leur). Ils arrivent d’ailleurs quasiment tous en ligne droite, ce qui vous permet de les aligner facilement… dommage !

Le bestiaire est quant à lui assez maigre, vous en aurez très vite fais le tour. Il est compensé par une difficulté lié au dégât infligé par les méchants totalement improbable (ils cognent ultra fort). Vos premiers combat se résumerons surement à affronter un ennemis, et retourner vous soigner au village. Oui c‘est triste.

Interface : simple et efficace. Pourtant les menus auraient peut-être pu être un peu moins épuré car parfois ce n’est pas très pratique mais rien d’insurmontable. Le système d’objet pour améliorer son perso est anecdotique.

Histoire : classique, la fin est assez prévisible mine de mais j’en dis pas plus pour la surprise.


Mais alors pourquoi ce gros MAIS ? Le jeu n’est pas clair, il vous obligera souvent à faire moult et moult aller/retour sur la map, en cherchant comme un clandestin votre objectif. L’option écouter (VITALE) est, elle, intéressantes mais assez mal utilisé, trop flou. Bref du bon gros pifomètre.

Comme dit plus haut, les ennemis peuvent être assez débiles mais en cas de combat, ils passent en mode magique, et un seul ennemi peut vous refaire les fesses sans soucis. Très mal dosé.

Pas assez d’indication, ou très flou. Vous allez tourner en rond longtemps pour trouver l’objet qui vous manque. Pour les chasseurs de succès : bon courage ! (Moi je suis bloqué à 90%, les deux derniers succès sont bugué, damn !)

Pour les anglophobes, le jeu sera également un gros souci je pense. Sans être une tache perso, certaine phrase tournée « à l’ancienne » reste pas facile à capter.

Le jeu est buguer ainsi que les succès. Néanmoins, les dév ont été très réactif et quelques jours après la sortie de leur bébé, une maj arrangeait une bonne partie des gros soucis (crash, bug collision, succès bugué etc). Une grosse partie est résolue mais une bonne part est encore présente. Wait and see so.

Donc un jeu à vous prendre Mais, surtout pas au prix fort. Il n’est pas mauvais, mais les points noirs du soft coulent littéralement toutes les très bonnes idées du bousin. Donc un petit studio à suivre de près.
Posté le : 4 avril 2014
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BELOW IS MY OPINION AND REVIEW OF THE EARLY ACCESS VERSION WILL UPDATE WHEN THE FULL RELEASE IS OUT

This game is a really good example of why the early acess program on steam is a good idea.
When you start to play the game you are given no guidance and just wake up on a beach (thanks to a shipwreck) and set of forward not knowing what you will face around the next corner,then all of a sudden "WHOOSH" an arrow flys past your head and then the intrigue and mystery starts to kick in.
Keep on going and you come to the fort (now to say any more will spoil not only A-your enjoyment but B-all the mystery that awaits you)
Keep playing and the game shows its mystery and just keeps on giving,i wont say any more as its allways better in any game to discover it for yourself.
This is one of the best games on the early access program and deserves peoples time and money but if you would rather wait until the full release who can blame you and lets hope that BLACK POWDER (who listen to all comments that have been passed on the game and have made improvements and hopefully will continue to do so in the future until release) can get it finished and release more updates soon as i wait for this game to come out in its entirity with eager anticipation.

FULL RELEASE REVIEW BELOW (MAY CONTAIN SLIGHT SPOLIERS)

Ok so i was waiting the release of the full version of this game and had got my self into quite a fever pitch for its arrival.Am i dissapointed no not in the slightest.The full release contains all the elements that intrigued me in the early access and then expands on this to the point that it has become so much more than what it allready was.
You start of on the beach after the shipwreck (no spoilers so dont worry) and then proceed from there into a story full of both intrigue and mystery,you wander of up the trail and soon you reach the next area and then the game world expands and you will be on the way to the first safe haven (WHO AM I KIDDING THERE ARE NO SAFE PLACES) Fort Henry and then the game starts to show you its otherwordly side.
Lets just say that the game takes place in both the real and the not so real,but in both you will come across some pretty scary opponents who need to be felled (in a lot of cases) for you to open up new areas and therefore expand the game world,which therefore opens more challenges and yet more different (and hard to beat) foes.
The graphics in game do the job they set out to do perfectly and you often wonder why the world has lost its colour and why certain items still have theirs (mostly items will have a redish colour to them,but you can mess about and change the settings so that your world is more colourfull-i wouldent bother though as the game is more striking in black and white and thats how it was meant to be played).
The sound in game is (only one word for it) amazing and does its job to perfection,foes will grunt and howl and sometimes you will wonder if its a beast after you or an otherwordly spirit,the much talked about game play element of listening to the wind to adavnce both the story and aid you in quests has been worked on and now works perfectly (sound was coming from both my speakers and got louder the nearer i got to my objective,also you find that if you heading the wrong way you can tell by the sound coming from your speakers also).
Quests in game are both entertaining and will advance the story and allways help uncover that little bit more about what is going on in the world and also why what has happened has "HAPPENED".
The gameplay element that i most liked in the early access release was the "PERMA DEATH" one,when it came to dying and getting your money back you had just one chance to do so,its still in the full release but after a patch you can now set this so that you can get your money back from where you fell no end of times not just one,but also the game can now be set so that the enemies are easier to fell (i will not be using this function as i enjoy the game the way it is,but its there if you find the game to hard and want to just enjoy the story and the game world).
In closing will you enjoy the full release now its here,well if you enjoy a game that is full of intrigue and mystery then YES,if that doesnt sound like you and you dont like these sort of games then avoid it and buy something else,but do i reccomend it now its out in its entirity "HELL YES I DO"
Posté le : 18 janvier 2014
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A great first person/action/adventure/rpg/horror sort of thing. It's not neccesarily a jump scare type of horror game but an atmospheric sort of horror game. It's really fun for an early access game and I recmmend playing in black and white and with headphones/earbuds.
Posté le : 31 décembre 2013
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You will be thrown in the century following the discovery of America, where we will discover the brutality and dark look behind to colonialism. You will die very easily if not careful in a New World full of enemies.
This game is too scary and too spectacular at the same time.
The game experience is the best if you'll play in B/W and with earphones.

I would you definitely recommend!

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Verrete catapultati nel secolo successivo alla scoperta dell'America, dove andremo a scoprire le brutalità e l'aspetto oscuro che si cela dietro al colonialismo. Si morirà molto facilmente se non si avrà la dovuta attenzione in un nuovo mondo pieno di nemici.

Questo gioco è sia spaventoso che spettacolare allo stesso modo.
La migliore esperienza di gioco che Betrayer può offirvi è quella giocata in Bianco e Nero e con l'ausilio di auricolari.

Ve lo consiglio caldamente, anche se è ancora in beta.
Non ve ne pentirete di questa piccola grossa perla!
Posté le : 17 décembre 2013
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