In der Zeit der Dunkelheit kann nur der mächtigste der Helden die Welt retten. Spielen Sie dieses unheimliches Abenteuer allein oder ziehen Sie zu Hilfe eine Mannschaft bis zu 7 Freunden. Die Unmenge der blutsüchtigen Monster, die unzählige mittelalterliche Ausrüstung, diverse Mächte und Fertigkeiten, die Sie sich aneignen können.
Größtenteils negativ (465 Reviews) - 27 % der 465 Nutzerreviews für dieses Spiel sind positiv.
Veröffentlichung: 7. Juli 2013

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“The flow overall is excellent, with action that never drags or races forward too fast.”
6 – GameSpot

“It's remarkably well done.”
8 – TouchArcade

“Iesabel executes everything in solid fashion.”
7 – ArcadeSushi

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Über dieses Spiel

In der Zeit der Dunkelheit kann nur der mächtigste der Helden die Welt retten. Spielen Sie dieses unheimliches Abenteuer allein oder ziehen Sie zu Hilfe eine Mannschaft bis zu 7 Freunden. Die Unmenge der blutsüchtigen Monster, die unzählige mittelalterliche Ausrüstung, diverse Mächte und Fertigkeiten, die Sie sich aneignen können. Besuchen Sie die unterschiedlichsten Orte: Sumpfgebiete, Kerker, Wüsten, Eistäler, altertümliche Ruinen, Wälder, Höhlen und viel, viel mehr. Freuen Sie sich auf ein Abenteuer von ca. 25 Stunden mit 3 Schwierigkeitsniveaus, wodurch das Spiel immer schwieriger und immer spannend wird.

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- Fantastischer Einzelspielermodus voller Action
- Toller Co-op-Mehrspielermodus für dich und bis zu sieben Freunde
- Plattformübergreifendes Spielen. Du hast ein PC, dein Freund ein android, und andere Freunde haben wieder andere Mobilgeräte? Kein Problem! Ihr könnt alle zusammen im Co-op-Modus spielen.


- Atemberaubende 3D-Grafiken
- Zahlreiche einmalige Orte, Dörfer, Sümpfe, Höhlen, Krypten und mehr
- Kämpfe voller Action gegen die verschiedensten Gegner: Wildtiere, Untote, Trolle, Abtrünnige und viele weitere
- Perfekt zur düsteren Atmosphäre passender Soundtrack

- Mächtige Nah- und Fernkampf-Charaktere
- Dutzende mächtiger Fertigkeiten zum Erlernen und Einsetzen im Kampf
- Tausende von Waffen und Gegenständen zum Sammeln
- Vier Gegenstandskategorien: Normal, Einzigartig, Episch und Legendär
- Zahlreiche mitreißende Missionen, die es zu erfüllen gilt
- Herausfordernde Kämpfe gegen Riesenbosse
- Packende Story von Hoffnung, Heldenmut und Verrat
- Stunden voller Hack-and-Slay-Action


Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • Betriebssystem: Windows 7
    • Prozessor: Dual core from Intel or AMD at 2.8 GHz
    • Arbeitsspeicher: 2 GB RAM
    • Grafik: nVidia GeForce 7800, ATI/AMD Radeaon HD2600/3600
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Speicherplatz: 2 GB verfügbarer Speicherplatz
    • Betriebssystem: OSX 10
    • Prozessor: Intel Dual Core
    • Arbeitsspeicher: 2 GB RAM
    • Grafik: nVidia 320M or higher, or Radeon 7000 or higher, or Intel HD 3000 or higher
    • Speicherplatz: 2 GB verfügbarer Speicherplatz
    • Betriebssystem: Ubuntu 12.4
    • Prozessor: 2 GHz
    • Arbeitsspeicher: 2 GB RAM
    • Grafik: OpenGl 2.1 compatible
    • Speicherplatz: 2 GB verfügbarer Speicherplatz
    • Grafik: GeForce 8800
Hilfreiche Kundenreviews
1 von 2 Personen (50 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 4. Januar
Das Gameplay ist sehr gewöhnungsbedürftig und sehr unhandlich, die Grafik, naja geht so, allerdings sind die animationen sehr schlecht und Dialoge mit NPC laufen in reihner Textform ab und die Gesprächspartner werden nur abwechselnt gezeigt. Die Spieler stats sind sehr unausgeglichen mit denen der Monster und auch die Handlung ist nicht wirklich schlüßig bzw schlecht rübergebracht, hab das Spiel eine halbe stunde gespielt und wirklich spaß gemacht hat es nicht und den wirklichen Storyverlauf konnte man auch nicht nachvollziehen. Zu dem sind die Dialoge mehr als random und ähnel eher einem Roman der von einerm 3 Jährigen geschrieben wurde der die verschiedensten Sorten an fantasy filmen gelesen hat und alles in einer vermurkste Geschichte gewürfelt hat. So leid es mir auch tut, habe in diesem Fall das 14 tägige Rückgaberecht in Anspruch genommen. Ein gut gemeinter Rat, ist das spiel im Angebot, spart euch das Geld ist das Spiel umsonst, spart euch die Zeit.
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46 von 58 Personen (79 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
9 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
0.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13. November 2015
I have played many RPGs that were not great and I am open minded gamer but this game has no redeeming qualities . The worst attempt at RPG game I have ever seen . I wanted to play this game far enough to give it a fair review but you can play it for 5 minutes and be like "Oh hell no"

Controls Bad ,Loot system awful , Garbage voice acting
Disorienting maps ,2 Generic Charaters,
Crapy animation, Crap map texture,
Poor enemy variety, Gameplay accordingly not so fun .

The artwork from cutscenes kinda looks nice ( which is why you telling yourself it can't be that bad )

Don't let that Trailer fool you

Save your money . If this game cost 20c . Save your money . If this game is free . Save your time .
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40 von 69 Personen (58 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
37 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
1.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 3. Januar
Well... I finally tried the refund button.
And it works great,nice feeling presing the button on a horoble broken game
God bless steam and Gabe for this option AMEN !
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7 von 8 Personen (88 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
32.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17. März
Long Story Short
Iesabel is a good game that is lacking in several features. The art is mediocre and the music is the same. The game, surprisingly, has a very good story with lots of plot twists. The achievements are broken and up-grading system is disheartening. And yet, somehow, I still played it 32 hours. Sadly, there are only two classes to pick from and the mage is the only one that is half descent. Which really sucks for those of us who like to play as melee class. I honestly believe that Iesabel has a solid foundation of fun game play yet it lacks far too much polish for it to be a great game. 6/10

Long Story Long- The Game Play
Like most games of its kind, there will be a lot of running around, dodging attacks, grinding, and lots of regretful up-grade points spent in stupid areas. Surprisingly enough, the developer added in crafting system in order to make potions, teleporters, and enchantments. This adds in another dimension to the game as you search for plants, scraps, etc. along your way in order to create all sorts of useful items. There are multiple quest and side quest to complete in the game all of which offer XP and gold. These quests enhance the experience and provide extra play time despite how unreasonable the NPC’s requests are.

The Loot System and Upgrades
The loot system for Iesabel has received a lot of complaints. But I find that it’s one of the redeeming qualities. Instead of the normal armor system where you just trade armor your lower value loot for clearly better equipment, Iesabel forces the player to pick careful. You will have to choice whether you want a helmet with higher armor but doesn’t have the +30% spirit that the other did, or if it’s worth it to lower your dexterity for the sake of your defense, and so on and so forth. When it comes to upgrades, the game has six options: strengths, defense, dexterity, spirit, intelligence, and luck. Unfortunately, the player has to guess as to what any of them mean. For some odd reason the creator decided to leave you clueless as to what they are by not making no explanation for what any of them mean. On top of that, the up-grades become useless towards the end of the game. Who cares if you invest all your points into strength if it’s only going to increase your attack by 1%? It’s really a shame and extremely annoying.

Music, Sound, and Voice Acting
I was pleasantly surprised by the music upon playing. It fits all the themes perfectly and really added to the experience. However, the sound affects where a bit of a letdown. They were very generic, repetitive, and really get on your nerves when there are so many dang bats making your ears blead with their terrible shrieks. And then there is the voice acting. I finished the game on easy without volume on. By the time a replayed on medium I had a pretty good idea of who the character was: a witty, sarcastic, educated, self-centered dame that really, really wanted to find out her origins. Then I played with the voice acting on. I’m not over doing it when I say that she sounded exactly like a fat cave women. I can honestly say that having that voice acting on for five minutes was the single most frustrating part of my month. Thank the Lord, yes I literally thanked him, that there is an option to turn off the freaking thing. If you buy this game make sure to disable it as soon as you enter the game. Just press esc and toggle it off.

Art and Achievements
The artwork is neither here nor there. The sprites themselves are very well done but you often are able to see out of the room or you notice that the shading is dramatically off. As for the achievements, they were, in essence, disappointing. The majority of them are bugged and sometimes weren’t given to you after completing the requirements while at other times were randomly given to you for doing nothing. Furthermore, two of them are broken, there are quite a few multiplayer achievements that can’t be done, several of them require playing 100+ hours, and a few of them make you play the game completely over 15 times. Don’t get me wrong, the achievements do worlds more good than bad. In fact, I sacrificed 20 hours just to get a few of them. I can confidently say that I wouldn’t have played this game if it wasn’t for those bugged, broken, unfair achievements.

Yes the game has many, many flaws. Yes there are hundreds of better games of its kind. Yet, Iesabel has good game play, a great story, decent music, and is very fun to play in one to two hour increments. I had a few friends actually ask me whether I would suggest this game or not. After I had thought about it for a while, I said “yes, I think I do suggest it. But” I warned “make sure to get it on a mega sale, don’t expect much, and be darn sure to turn off that flipping voice acting!” Gameplay- 7/10. Music- 8/10. Sounds- 3.5/10. Voice acting- 0/10. Art- 6/10. Achievements- 7/10. Story- 9.5/10. Final rating- 62/100
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9 von 13 Personen (69 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24. Februar
I have always been very fascinated by RPG's made in the style of Dungeons and Dragons which I got around to play a bit in the good old days. So when I saw a giveaway of this game I decided to give it a try despite all the bad reviews I have read. I am usually one that prefers to try something for myself before judging a game so I gave it a launch. And boy was I disappointed. The opening scene really didn't explain much although the artwork was very nice I give that to the developer. But the graphics looked way too 2000esque. Don't get me wrong that can be a good thing in certain games but in this one they looked horrible. The Menus and the font in it are clunky and the interface very hard to understand. You only had two classes to choose from the Witch and the Barbarian who play exactly the same way and are very generic in design. The enemies are also very generic. Plus they have promised a fix to the Multiplayer who doesn't even work back in 2014. It is 2016 and clearly no fix has come probably because the developers abandoned the game. Even if you are one of those persons who buys cheap games on sale just for cards? Well think again since this game has none of that. I can't recommend this even on free so avoid it like the plague. If you want a game in this genre I recommend Path of Exile or Neverwinter who are free titles. This one avoid it.
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