In the times of darkness, only the mightiest of heroes can save the world. Stand out against the evil all by yourself in epic single player mode. Swarms of bloodthirsty monsters, loads of epic gear to collect, dozens of skills to obtain. Grab your sword and fling yourself into action now!
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 7 jul. 2013

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Críticas

“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

Acerca de este juego

En tiempos oscuros sólo los más valerosos héroes pueden salvar el mundo. Enfréntate en al mal en solitario en modo single player o crea un equipo imbatible de hasta 7 amigos en un fascinante modo co-op. Multidud de enemigos sedientos de sangre, toneladas de artefactos épicos que conseguir, docenas de habilidades para adquirir y el mundo más maravilloso te esperan. Visita numerosas localizaciones, tales como ciénagas, mazmorras, desiertos, valles helados, antiguas ruinas, bosques, cuevas y muchas, muchas más. Disfruta de más de 25 horas de juego en modo single player con tres niveles de dificultad que harán tu diversión más desafiante.

¡Coge tu espada y lánzate a la aventura!

FANTÁSTICOS MODO DE UN JUGADOR Y MULTIJUGADOR:
- Un modo de un jugador fantástico y lleno de acción.
- Sorprendente modo cooperativo multijugador con un máximo de 7 amigos.
- Juego multiplataforma. ¿Tienes un PC, tu amigo tiene un Android y otro amigo tiene otro dispositivo móvil? ¡No hay problema! Puedes jugar tranquilamente en el modo cooperativo.

PAISAJES IMPRESIONANTES:
- Gráficos 3D sencillamente sobrecogedores.
- Montones de ubicaciones especiales, aldeas, pantanos, cuevas, criptas y mucho más.
- Combates frenéticos con una gran diversidad de enemigos: fauna y flora, no muertos, trolls, renegados y mucho más.
- Una banda sonora ambiental que se adapta a la perfección a la atmósfera de oscuridad.

COMPLEJA MECÁNICA RPG:
- Una impresionante variedad de personajes a distancia y cuerpo a cuerpo.
- Montones de poderosas habilidades que podrás aprender y usar en tus combates.
- Miles de armas y objetos para recoger.
- Cuatro categorías de objetos: normales, especiales, épicos y legendarios.
- Montones de misiones absorbentes para completar.
- Exigentes combates con jefes gigantes.
- Fascinante historia de esperanza, heroísmo y traición.
- Horas y horas de acción "hack and slash".

Requisitos del sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Mínimo:
    • SO: Windows 7
    • Procesador: Dual core from Intel or AMD at 2.8 GHz
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: nVidia GeForce 7800, ATI/AMD Radeaon HD2600/3600
    • DirectX: Versión 9.0c
    • Almacenamiento: 2 GB de espacio disponible
    Mínimo:
    • SO: OSX 10
    • Procesador: Intel Dual Core
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: nVidia 320M or higher, or Radeon 7000 or higher, or Intel HD 3000 or higher
    • Almacenamiento: 2 GB de espacio disponible
    Mínimo:
    • SO: Ubuntu 12.4
    • Procesador: 2 GHz
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: OpenGl 2.1 compatible
    • Almacenamiento: 2 GB de espacio disponible
    Recomendado:
    • Gráficos: GeForce 8800
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ZekThePenguin
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Publicado el 26 de junio
Lesabel just feels like an unfinished game. There are 2 classes to choose from and the gameplay is really just kinda 'meh'.
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D4NIAL
( 0.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 26 de junio
Worst game I've ever played
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Hirotaka
( 16.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 25 de junio
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The game have nice potential, but sadly there are too many things that went wrong.

+ quite nice music
+ beautiful lands

- spawn system, mostly you encounter few groups of mobs in a tight 5-10 party, and the rest of the map is empty
- some quests not work
- some dialogues are messed up
- controls are awful
- too many bugs and glitches
- and for me there is also a boring plot

Conclusion is simple, they released the game too early.
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500destinies
( 4.9 h registradas )
Publicado el 23 de junio
Producto recibido de forma gratuita
Blowing up monsters, beating numerous side quests, leveling up like crazy, having really awkward conversations with a shaman dude, Iesabel has it all. If only it weren’t a mobile game.

Now, I have nothing against mobile games, or mobile ports, but Iesabel suffers from the common downfalls of an Android and iOS port. While the graphics of the game aren’t terrible, and manage to actually retain their quality throughout the game (which is better than about 75% of games these days), I found myself constantly stuck on walls and bugging through trees. The UI seemed a little too rushed in my opinion, and while it didn’t really clutter my screen, it just didn’t look nice.

What really hurt was the targeting system. Just clicking on an enemy doesn’t always mean your character will attack it, and using abilities require you to be facing in the right direction. It wasn’t unplayable by any means, but it wasn’t fun either.

Okay okay, enough trash talk, lets get to the redeeming qualities.

The game’s got a story. It’s not particularly well written, but the plot is pretty good. There are twists and turns and characters that I actually like. There’s plenty of dialogue and a semblance of world creation. It’s not Diablo III, but I promised myself I wouldn’t compare this game to it.

There are plenty of side quests to do. Unlike other games I won’t mention, side quests are actually needed to go through the game. While this can be annoying at times, I personally enjoyed doing them, as I felt like I was actually a part of the world.

Graphics: 6
Gameplay: 2
Story: 7

This game had so much potential to be great, and I’m sorry I didn’t enjoy it more, but I must be honest here. The game isn’t worth your time. A finicky and boring battle system and bugs galore make it a thumbs down for me.

Received a free copy for testing/reviewing purposes. This review is part of the Steamified Community Review program. For similar reviews and fantastic giveaways please visit http://www.steamified.com/.
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roryk2008
( 21.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 22 de junio
Iesabel is a hack and slash RPG which has had a lot of negative reviews and IMO i dont think deserves it. Anyway, at start up you only get a choice of 2 heroes a barbarian or a witch. I chose barbarian for my playthrough and encountered NO game breaking bugs. Some people are complaining about game crashes of which I had NONE. The controls are different but easy to get used to. I got this game at 90% off and for the price it was totally worth it. 7/10
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Divertic
( 0.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 22 de junio
Producto recibido de forma gratuita
I really LOVE this game! It's very interesting game and if anyone tells its a bad game, then he is a bad gamer.

LOVE!
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skeeper
( 0.6 h registradas )
Publicado el 21 de junio
Producto recibido de forma gratuita
BEWARE: Coop isn't working.
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^7ja^1co
( 0.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 18 de junio
Very bad game, avoid.
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Jesse Custer
( 2.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 12 de junio
this game is so ♥♥♥♥
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₣⊕ֆ | King Renly Baratheon
( 9.8 h registradas )
Publicado el 7 de junio
Producto recibido de forma gratuita
It's a dream of many a gamer to have Diablo on the go. Unfortunately, Blizzard doesn't seem willing to accommodate those desires, but plenty of others have stepped up to the plate. The most successful series on iOS has probably been the Dungeon Hunter series of games, but it has taken a turn into freemium that hasn't sat well with many gamers. With not a stitch of IAP to be found, Iesabel [$5.99] hopes to be the panacea for that group, and for a first effort at this type of game from a relatively small developer, it's remarkably well done.
Upon starting the game, you'll have your choice of just two character classes: a male barbarian (who is seemingly voiced by the Cookie Monster) or a female witch. It's not a very big selection, though the classes are at least very distinct. This option turns out to be a secret difficulty choice as well, because let me tell you, the witch has a much easier time of things than the poor ol' barbarian does. As you'd expect, the barbarian is a beefy close-range fighter who can equip more powerful weapons and sturdy armor, while the witch is more of a long-range squishy who can use powerful magic to summon minions and rain a little death.

After choosing your character, you'll wake up in a forest surrounded by dead bodies. You don't remember anything except that you need to talk to a fellow named The Shaman. The first section of the game is pretty linear, but after finishing a couple of quests, things open up a little more. Quests are pretty much what you would expect for this sort of game, mostly involving talking to someone who tells you to go here and murder that. Sometimes you'll be joined on your mission by AI allies, but more often than not, you'll be going it alone. That is, if you opt to go alone.

Iesabel supports online play up to eight players, and that is definitely the way to go for maximum fun. Multiplayer works well apart from a hiccup here or there, and it's a lot more fun (and practical) to take on the enemies with friends. Should you choose to play alone, though, you'll find the game is still a good bit of fun, but you'll have to play very carefully if you don't want to be overwhelmed by the enemy. They aren't especially intelligent, but they come in pretty deadly mixes and fairly large numbers at times. A brainless basher, this is not.
Your adventure will take you through a pretty good variety of large areas. Sometimes games in this genre feel more like an arena fighter, where you enter a wide open area, fight a bunch of guys who pop in, then move on to the next open area. Iesabel luckily avoids this, opting for more considered map designs with lots of twists, turns, and obstacles, which makes combat a lot more interesting. There are also a lot of treasures and hidden goodies tucked away in various crooks and crannies, which gives great incentive to take the scenic route rather than just making a beeline for the waypoint on the map.
Always a vital aspect of this kind of game, the loot you'll find certainly passes muster. Between the shops and enemy drops, you'll come across equipment with a wide variety of stats and effects. That delicious feeling when a piece of epic equipment drops is a staple of the genre, and they've done a pretty good job with it here. You'll almost certainly end up with more cool stuff than you can carry, which is unfortunately an issue at this point in the game's life.

See, for all the good stuff in Iesabel, this is unfortunately a very buggy game that feels, if not unfinished, then certainly unrefined. The game crashes a little more often than I'd like, there are a couple of game-stopping bugs (beware the graveyard), and the UI is really busy and a bit confusing, especially if you're playing on the smaller screen of the iPhone. The game's graphics, even at low settings, prove to be too much for lower-spec hardware like the iPhone 4, which I suppose is understandable at this stage. On any hardware, the load times are quite long, so long at times you'll wonder if the game has crashed (and sometimes it has), and thanks to the game's opaque auto-saving and complete lack of a manual save, it's far too easy to lose a lot of progress.
It also oddly refers to a touch-based control method, when the current version only allows for movement via a virtual stick. It should be noted that the developer has already delivered a very quick patch to address some issues, and seems to be on board with quickly updating the app to the best of its ability, but at this point in time, the game still feels very much like a beta.

Adding to that is the game's short length. You'll probably finish the game as it stands in under eight hours. Now, that's not terrible, but this type of game is usually more enjoyable the longer it goes, offering new challenges for your hero as they get more and more powerful. Iesabel's current content finishes rather abruptly. The good news is that the developer says they will be adding significant content to the app without any extra purchase, but in the here and now, you'll probably see most of what Iesabel has to see offer before your weekend's even up.
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It's a dream of many a gamer to have Diablo on the go. Unfortunately, Blizzard doesn't seem willing to accommodate those desires, but plenty of others have stepped up to the plate. The most successful series on iOS has probably been the Dungeon Hunter series of games, but it has taken a turn into freemium that hasn't sat well with many gamers. With not a stitch of IAP to be found, Iesabel [$5.99] hopes to be the panacea for that group, and for a first effort at this type of game from a relatively small developer, it's remarkably well done.
Upon starting the game, you'll have your choice of just two character classes: a male barbarian (who is seemingly voiced by the Cookie Monster) or a female witch. It's not a very big selection, though the classes are at least very distinct. This option turns out to be a secret difficulty choice as well, because let me tell you, the witch has a much easier time of things than the poor ol' barbarian does. As you'd expect, the barbarian is a beefy close-range fighter who can equip more powerful weapons and sturdy armor, while the witch is more of a long-range squishy who can use powerful magic to summon minions and rain a little death.

After choosing your character, you'll wake up in a forest surrounded by dead bodies. You don't remember anything except that you need to talk to a fellow named The Shaman. The first section of the game is pretty linear, but after finishing a couple of quests, things open up a little more. Quests are pretty much what you would expect for this sort of game, mostly involving talking to someone who tells you to go here and murder that. Sometimes you'll be joined on your mission by AI allies, but more often than not, you'll be going it alone. That is, if you opt to go alone.

Iesabel supports online play up to eight players, and that is definitely the way to go for maximum fun. Multiplayer works well apart from a hiccup here or there, and it's a lot more fun (and practical) to take on the enemies with friends. Should you choose to play alone, though, you'll find the game is still a good bit of fun, but you'll have to play very carefully if you don't want to be overwhelmed by the enemy. They aren't especially intelligent, but they come in pretty deadly mixes and fairly large numbers at times. A brainless basher, this is not.
Your adventure will take you through a pretty good variety of large areas. Sometimes games in this genre feel more like an arena fighter, where you enter a wide open area, fight a bunch of guys who pop in, then move on to the next open area. Iesabel luckily avoids this, opting for more considered map designs with lots of twists, turns, and obstacles, which makes combat a lot more interesting. There are also a lot of treasures and hidden goodies tucked away in various crooks and crannies, which gives great incentive to take the scenic route rather than just making a beeline for the waypoint on the map.
Always a vital aspect of this kind of game, the loot you'll find certainly passes muster. Between the shops and enemy drops, you'll come across equipment with a wide variety of stats and effects. That delicious feeling when a piece of epic equipment drops is a staple of the genre, and they've done a pretty good job with it here. You'll almost certainly end up with more cool stuff than you can carry, which is unfortunately an issue at this point in the game's life.

See, for all the good stuff in Iesabel, this is unfortunately a very buggy game that feels, if not unfinished, then certainly unrefined. The game crashes a little more often than I'd like, there are a couple of game-stopping bugs (beware the graveyard), and the UI is really busy and a bit confusing, especially if you're playing on the smaller screen of the iPhone. The game's graphics, even at low settings, prove to be too much for lower-spec hardware like the iPhone 4, which I suppose is understandable at this stage. On any hardware, the load times are quite long, so long at times you'll wonder if the game has crashed (and sometimes it has), and thanks to the game's opaque auto-saving and complete lack of a manual save, it's far too easy to lose a lot of progress.
It also oddly refers to a touch-based control method, when the current version only allows for movement via a virtual stick. It should be noted that the developer has already delivered a very quick patch to address some issues, and seems to be on board with quickly updating the app to the best of its ability, but at this point in time, the game still feels very much like a beta.

Adding to that is the game's short length. You'll probably finish the game as it stands in under eight hours. Now, that's not terrible, but this type of game is usually more enjoyable the longer it goes, offering new challenges for your hero as they get more and more powerful. Iesabel's current content finishes rather abruptly. The good news is that the developer says they will be adding significant content to the app without any extra purchase, but in the here and now, you'll probably see most of what Iesabel has to see offer before your weekend's even up.
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4.9 h registradas
Publicado el 23 de junio
Producto recibido de forma gratuita
Blowing up monsters, beating numerous side quests, leveling up like crazy, having really awkward conversations with a shaman dude, Iesabel has it all. If only it weren’t a mobile game.

Now, I have nothing against mobile games, or mobile ports, but Iesabel suffers from the common downfalls of an Android and iOS port. While the graphics of the game aren’t terrible, and manage to actually retain their quality throughout the game (which is better than about 75% of games these days), I found myself constantly stuck on walls and bugging through trees. The UI seemed a little too rushed in my opinion, and while it didn’t really clutter my screen, it just didn’t look nice.

What really hurt was the targeting system. Just clicking on an enemy doesn’t always mean your character will attack it, and using abilities require you to be facing in the right direction. It wasn’t unplayable by any means, but it wasn’t fun either.

Okay okay, enough trash talk, lets get to the redeeming qualities.

The game’s got a story. It’s not particularly well written, but the plot is pretty good. There are twists and turns and characters that I actually like. There’s plenty of dialogue and a semblance of world creation. It’s not Diablo III, but I promised myself I wouldn’t compare this game to it.

There are plenty of side quests to do. Unlike other games I won’t mention, side quests are actually needed to go through the game. While this can be annoying at times, I personally enjoyed doing them, as I felt like I was actually a part of the world.

Graphics: 6
Gameplay: 2
Story: 7

This game had so much potential to be great, and I’m sorry I didn’t enjoy it more, but I must be honest here. The game isn’t worth your time. A finicky and boring battle system and bugs galore make it a thumbs down for me.

Received a free copy for testing/reviewing purposes. This review is part of the Steamified Community Review program. For similar reviews and fantastic giveaways please visit http://www.steamified.com/.
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2.5 h registradas
Publicado el 22 de septiembre de 2014
La traducción es muy penosa, por ejemplo MISS es traducido como SEÑORITA en ves de EVADE
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0.5 h registradas
Publicado el 21 de abril
Ha sido llegar a casa del chamán (Y es la primera misión!) y no he podido continuar. Ya no por que el juego sea malo, lo poco que he jugado se parece mucho al diablo 2, pero la traducción al español es nefasta! No se entiende la historia de lo mal traducido que esta, parece hecho por un traductor automático.
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A 3 de 3 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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4.5 h registradas
Publicado el 16 de mayo
Vale, pues despues de echarle unas horitas y superar algún que otro bug (cuando cargas de la partida "pero sólo al principio" en un par de ocasiones) puedo decir que el juego lejos de ser una maravilla, es más que decente y que nadie piense que es un "Diablo" al uso, sino un "Baldur´s gate" al estilo GBA. Por lo tanto dejo la elección para todos aquellos que gusten del segundo, y sí, lo recomiendo, pero sólo si lo conseguís en oferta ya que disfrutareis de un título de acción y rol con unos graficos vistosos y una BSO que aunque "repetitiva" acompaña la mar de bien. Además tiene muchas horas de historia por delante y una traducción "mala" al castellano, pero algo es algo.
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A 4 de 5 personas (80%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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1.5 h registradas
Publicado el 23 de abril
Porqueria de ARPG clonico y anticuado:

Contras:
- La traduccion al español esta sacada del google traslate,no aguantaras ni en la 1º quest.
- Graficamente es como si fuera un port de psp (me recuerda mucho a ese Dungeon siegel que sacaron en la portatil)
- Solo 2 clases, barbaro y Bruja (es decir, una clase melee y otra caster)
- Los controles son nefastos, por ejemplo, la bruja dispara a todos lados menos a donde apuntas, los movimientos mas o menos igual
- Totalmente lineal a la historia principal, aunque veas un mapa a lo medio-sandbox parecido con Diablo 3 u otros juegos semejantes, no te dejara ir por otros caminos ya que te indica que tienes que ir por tal camino para seguir las quest

Pros:
- Que lo han regalado en una de esas web, asi que no he tenido que pagar esos 5€ que cuesta (por ese precio hay miles de juegos mejores)
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No recomendado
2.0 h registradas
Publicado el 9 de febrero de 2014
es un buen juego, la tematica es similar a los demas de calabozoz enemigos infinitos y demas no lo recomiendo pro que es algo muy simple apesar de notarse su potencial los controles son malos, se puede jugar bien pero tienes que acostumbrarte a los cotroles aun teniendo la opcion de modificarlos a tu antojo, es bueno para pasar el rato y solo para comprarlo en oferta de otra forma si no lo vez en oferta ni lo compres, pero si esta en descuento vale la pena tenerlo en tu bibliotecar y jugarlo hasta terminarlo.
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No recomendado
1.1 h registradas
Publicado el 30 de abril de 2014
No lo recomiendo ni que lo compren porque no se puede jugar cooperativo online y steam aun no ha solucionado este problema

Voces: Ingles
Texto: Español

****Anilisis*****
*Jugabilidad: Mejorable
*Cooperativo Online: Inservible (No se puede Jugar)
*Campaña Horas: Mejorable
*Aventura: Mejorable
*Graficas: Mejorable

Calificacion: 3.4

Nota+Definicion: 10=Obra Maestra, 9=Excelente,8=Muy Bueno, 7=Bueno, 6=Medio Bueno, 5=Mejorable, 4= Mediocre, 3=Malo, 2=Muy Malo, 1=Inservible
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11.0 h registradas
Publicado el 9 de marzo de 2014
El juego es entretenido, si te acostumbras a jugarlo, el problema es que tiene muchos bugs y problemas de jugabilidad.

para resumir,

Pro: Muy buena musica y sonidos hambientales.

La historia avanza rapido (la cual no es nada increible pero no esta mal)

Por alguna razon que aun no logro identificar, muy entretenido de jugar a pesar de sus fallas


Contra: Muchisimos bugs.
Menus mal diseñados.

Las habilidades tiene descripcion, pero aveces no aprecen por bugs, ademas no todas las descripciones tienen toda la informacion (por ejemplo hay una habilidad q no indica la duracion)

La jugabilidad tiene algunos problemas, aveces es dificil despazarse por la interaccion del personaje con los limites del mapa pues se queda medio atrapado y los golpes aveces terminan dando al aire.



Bueno, no lo recomiendo pues tiene muchos fallos y muchos se pueden sentir estafados por comprarlo, pero yo estoy pasandolo muy bien jugandolo, simplemente ignoro los fallos e intento dejarme llevar.
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0.3 h registradas
Publicado el 27 de abril
Terrible, no pierdo ni un solo segundo con él.
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