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Dreamkiller est un jeu de tir qui emmène le joueur dans le monde des cauchemars. Vous êtes Alice Drake, une psychologue qui a la faculté de pouvoir pénétrer dans l'esprit de ses patients et de combattre leurs peurs. Armée de pouvoir spéciaux Alice va combattre les démons et découvrir un secret terrifiant.
Date de parution: 12 oct 2009
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Dreamkiller est un jeu de tir qui emmène le joueur dans le monde des cauchemars. Vous êtes Alice Drake, une psychologue qui a la faculté de pouvoir pénétrer dans l'esprit de ses patients et de combattre leurs peurs. Armée de pouvoir spéciaux Alice va combattre les démons et découvrir un secret terrifiant. La variété de se jeu est aussi vaste et bizarre que l'imagination humaine.
  • Le monde des rêves et des cauchemars est différent à chaque niveau
  • Dans chaque rêve les joueurs peuvent pénétrer dans une seconde couche du subconscient et rencontrer de nouveaux ennemis, de nouvelles armes et de nouvelles améliorations.
  • Les joueurs peuvent utiliser les pouvoirs de téléportation d'Alice pour se déplacer rapidement dans les pièces et éviter les ennemis.
  • Les armes à la disposition d'Alice sont très puissantes. Chacune dispose d'attaques spécifiques. Éclairs, lasers, grenades et bonne pensées font partie de l'arsenal.

Configuration requise

    Minimum :
    • Interface : Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista SP2, Windows 7 (ne supporte pas Windows 95/98/ME/2000/NT)
    • Processeur : 2.4 GHz Dual Core Processeur (Intel Core 2 Duo ou AMD Athlon X2)
    • Mémoire : XP – 1 Go RAM, Vista – 2 Go RAM
    • Graphismes : Carte 3D requise – compatible 100% avec DirectX 9.0c et 256 Mo de mémoire. Support Shader 3.0 | ATI : Radeon HD 2600 | Nvidia : Geforce 7600
    • DirectX®:
    • Disque dur : 10.1 Go + 1 Go fichiers d'échange
    • Son : carte son compatible DirectX 9.0c
    Cartes vidéos supportées :
    • ATI RADEON HD 2600
    • ATI RADEON HD 2900
    • ATI RADEON HD 3850
    • ATI RADEON HD 3870
    • ATI RADEON HD 4850
    • ATI RADEON HD 4870
    • NVIDIA GEFORCE 7600
    • NVIDIA GEFORCE 7800
    • NVIDIA GEFORCE 7900
    • NVIDIA GEFORCE 8600
    • NVIDIA GEFORCE 8800
    • NVIDIA GEFORCE 9600
    • NVIDIA GEFORCE 9800
    • NVIDIA GEFORCE 260
    • NVIDIA GEFORCE 280
    Recommandée:
    • Processeur :Intel Core 2 Duo 2.8 GHz ou AMD Athlon X2 Dual-Core 5200+
    • Mémoire : 2 Go RAM
    • Graphismes : carte 3D 512 Mo | ATI : Radeon HD 3870 | Nvidia : Geforce 8800 GT
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The only thing you need to know about Dreamkiller is that it's not very good, and you should spend your money on a different game. If you want to know why, read on.

You play Alice Drake, a woman who can enter people's dreams and fight the monsters she finds within, easing their minds and restoring mental balance. She finds her patients sleep being affected by hordes of nightmare creatures, and learns that there is a malign force behind the invasion. Dreamkiller is a form of first-person shooter, very similar to the game Painkiller apparently, though I've never played it. You have two weapons you can switch between, each with an alt-fire that has quite a different effect. E.g., the shotgun has a freeze bolt, and the minigun fires a rocket. The weapons can be upgraded, and are all roughly on a par, except for your starting weapon, which is rubbish.

The graphics are adequate, being neither particularly impressive nor very bad. The graphics on the between-levels cutscenes however, are bad, with Alice looking like she has been painted by Edvard Munch. Each of the levels is based upon one patient's fears - fear of spiders, heights, etc. There are only two or three types of creatures in each level, though each level has its own themed enemies. They may drop something on death, which can be health, concentration (which fuels your teleport or starting weapon) or a power-up, which if you get enough, upgrades your weapons.

It's gameplay that's the big letdown. It is very simple. Run around, shoot enemies (or sometimes the things they spawn from), pick up anything they drop. Keep doing this until they are all gone and you can move on to the next area, where you do it again, and again. After a number of these you face a level boss and then move onto the next level. As the levels progress the enemies get more dangerous and take more damage, so you have to spend longer doing the same thing each time. Little thought or skill is involved. It is unimaginative, uninteresting and repetitive. Some enemies exist in an alternate state, where you can't hurt them until you switch into that state by passing through a portal, and then you can't hurt those in the original state. You may also become berserk if you kill enough enemies quickly enough. Neither makes any real difference to the basic weakness of the gameplay.

There are small signs of imagination, like one battle set within a patient's heart, but these are the exception. Health and weapons are reset at the start of each level, so there are no interesting choices to make or skills to acquire. It is not even that Dreamkiller is a particularly bad game, which could be interesting in its own way. Rather, it is just a dull, mediocre one, with little reward for playing.
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Do you like games like Doom? What about the Painkiller series? This seems to be made from the same guys because I can see their finger prints on it every where (the Painkiller series). Its a lot of fun and only once did I get hung up enough that I had to look online for a solution. Otherwise its a fun shooter that lets you try to figure things out for yourself and once you do coming up with strategies was fun.
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Bad Bad game, MAYBE and thats a BIG MAYBE, would have been good in 1997.
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snoze zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzkiller more like
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not bad i like it
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A decent game, overall. Nothing elite or spectacular, but not pure drudgery, either. It is in the vein of Serious Sam and Painkiller, so don't expect Halo or COD style gunplay. The story is actually pretty interesting. The game controls well, the graphics are decent, and the music is catchy. Alice talks every now and then, and she shows some wit here and there. The areas that you travel to are interesting due to the surreal nature of everything. There is lots of stuff to shoot, and I like how you can travel through portals to fight on two different planes of existence. However, there isn't much variety in the weapons department, and most of the weapons are forgettable. I was able to make it through the entire game with only the minigun and the hailstorm, so the other weapons were useless to me. There isn't a lot of exploring in this game, either. It's pretty straight forward, with the simple formula of enter area, shoot lots of enemies, shoot boss, then repeat. This game isn't exactly Bioshock or Mass Effect in the story and depth department, but it is a good way to blow off some steam after a long day of work. I'd rate the game at least a 70/100 for what it is - a solid, straight forward, arcade style FPS with an interesting premise and art direction. There is definitely fun to be had with this one. I also like the fact that the protagonist is female, too. You don't see that very often, and I think that it is a nice touch. Perfect for purchasing on a Steam sale.
Posté le : 17 décembre 2013
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