La tua barca è naufragata su un'isola mostruosa. Come sopravviverai? Raccogli le pagine della guida di sopravvivenza e scoprilo da te! Trova cibo, acqua e un rifugio o morirai. Uh oh, si sta facendo buio? Trova un modo per passare indenne la notte!
Valutazione degli utenti: Molto positiva (11,705 recensioni) - 11,705 recensioni degli utenti (83%) per questo gioco sono positive.
Data di rilascio: 23 ott 2013

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29 gennaio

Local Coop is LIVE on How to Survive 2!

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=606107752

Hey Survivors!

I just wanted to let you know that we have released local coop in How to Survive 2! Below is a few tidbits to tempt you:

  • Up to 4 players can play in local Coop ! (in both offline and online camps)
  • HTS2 Aiming system removed - Aiming system works, now, like in HTS1
  • New recipes added: leather straps (player), super poultices and Medikits (Chemical lab)
  • A bottle of water can be found in Kovac's bunker, for the most thirsty of you
  • You can read the full patch notes here

Not only that, How to Survive 2 is on Steam sale for 30% off! (ends Sunday January 31, 2016)

And if that didn't get your attention, you will receive this awesome Winter Hat with your new purchase until the end of February. Not only will you be cute while slaughtering zombies, this hat has a nice blood resistant coating in case you get too close!

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=594683108

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29 dicembre 2015

Steam Winter Sale/LOCAL CO-OP IS COMING to HtS2

Hello Survivors!

LOCAL CO-OP IS COMING!

Forgive me…I got a little too excited and ahead of myself…

Hey, it's me, Kovac. Did you like my silly presents I left you in game this week? You better, I worked hard on them! What about that female, rawr! Anyway, I wanted to let you know I have more surprises for you; today the Steam Winter Sale starts and all our games are included. So, buy How to Survive 2 today for your friend, or hell, even your mom! Not only that, in January, we are patching in local co-op so you can play with your friends.

Did I mention that Local Co-op is coming!

Stay safe out there and Happy Holidays!
Kovac

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Recensioni

“How To Survive is more than just a solid zombie role-playing game, it's also one of the best games of the year. With its mix of Diablo-esque hack and slash and dual-stick shooter action, 505 Games' newest Xbox Live Arcade game is a real surprise. It has a deep crafting system and a world you can't help but want to explore. How To Survive rewrites the book on zombie RPGs!”
90% – Gaming Nexus

“While there have been several games that have recently released that fall into the growing zombie survival genre, How to Survive manages to do enough differently to earn its place among the crowd. The game’s strong emphasis on crafting and juggling basic human needs helps distinguish itself from other titles. Additionally, the story campaign features a tale that manages to contain a few plot twists despite its simplicity. One area where How to Survive shines is the game’s strange brand of humor which is helped along by the title’s decent voice acting. In all, How to Survive is recommended to any fans of either the undead or survival simulators. Those who enjoy intricate crafting or top-down gaming should also give it a look.”
4 Stars – Examiner

“In terms of graphic and sound design, How to Survive looks good and sounds even better. The lighting gives real-time shadows based on not only the source but the time of day as the shadows move with the passing sunlight. The island is beautifully rendered, and animations are fluid and zombie deaths are pleasingly gory, chunks of body parts will liter the ground and roll depending on the shape of the surface”
8/10 – Gamer Horizon

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Survivalist, a special time of year has come and I’ve got a little something for you…
Just a little surprise…
I love surprises…
Reminds me when I was kid in…oh, I’m getting emotional again…
http://store.steampowered.com/app/360170/
Halloween is coming and we are moving the launch date of our How to Survive 2 Early Access from Oct 22nd to Oct 29th to be closer to one of my faaaaavorite holidays!
If byOct 29th, you join us you'll get the rockin’ Voodoo Rock Guitar weapon and if you already are a previous Survivor you'll also get my hand-crafted gift…Primal Fear Armor!


Survivor Loyalty Item: “Primal Fear” Armor Set.

If you are already a survivor who’s got How to Survive or How to Survive: Third Person Standalone on Steam, we welcome you back with a very special treat: the “Primal Fear” armor set!
A set of protective gear finely crafted out of the best bones and scrap metal that can be found in the dumpster. Made by master Survivalist Kovac himself, it promises to keep bites and scratches to a minimum while displaying a distinctive Swamp-chic style!
Join Early Access now, slip it on and knock’em dead!

Survivor Loyalty Item: “Voodoo Hard Rock” Guitar.

If you join our Early Access during its 1st month you’ll get an exclusive Voodoo Hard Rock branded guitar to let your rock mojo loose and bang some heads!
A finely crafted instrument with a hardcore survival customization!
Rock hard! Rock on!

Informazioni sul gioco

La tua barca è naufragata su un'isola mostruosa. Come sopravviverai? Raccogli le pagine della guida di sopravvivenza e scoprilo da te! Trova cibo, acqua e un rifugio o morirai. Uh oh, si sta facendo buio? Trova un modo per passare indenne la notte! E dato che ci sei, raccogli un po' degli oggetti che trovi e fabbrica oltre 100 tra armi e attrezzi artigianali (dai fucili alle bombe Molotov). Ora puoi difenderti e difendere i tuoi amici come si deve!

• Scegli uno dei tre personaggi giocanti, ognuno con caratteristiche e un albero delle abilità diversi.

• Esplora quattro isole con una flora e una fauna uniche e una serie di mostruosità ripugnanti.

• Raccogli i video capitoli della “Guida di sopravvivenza” e scopri gli accorgimenti che ti salveranno la vita!

• Gioca offline con un amico in modalità Storia o vai online e affronta con un amico 8 sfide impegnative.

• Prova la difficoltà “Iron man” per un'esperienza di gioco riservata ai giocatori più accaniti.e

Requisiti di sistema

    Minimi:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or better
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Ati 5700 series/NVIDIA GeForce GT240 or equivalent
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 7 GB available space
Recensioni utili
3 persone su 3 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
4.9 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 21 novembre 2015
Il concept in sè è carino, ma dopo "solo" 4 ore mi sono rotto. Credo che l'unico modo per apprezzare il gioco sia giocarlo in coop
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No Divertente
1 persone su 1 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
2.3 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 26 dicembre 2015
Titolo noioso. Lo sto giocando con un amico in coop ma non lo sto molto gradendo se non fosse per la coop.. Molti elementi sono basilari come gli oggetti e i discorsi con i personaggi, le missioni.. è noioso in generale.. Non mi sta piacendo granché anche se in coop prima o poi lo finirò.
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1 persone su 1 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
23.1 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 12 ottobre 2015
Uno dei più bei survival a cui abbia giocato.
Ottimo il gameplay, la storia è ben scritta e non cade nel banale, la rigiocabilità è ampia e, soprattutto con i DLC si estende molto.
Ma la vera chicca di questo gioco è il coop, divertentissimo se giocato con un amico, si apprezza molto di più che in singolo.
Per il prezzo, si trova tranquillamente a 2€ la versione con DLC.
Cosa ci fate ancora senza? ;)
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1 persone su 2 (50%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
1.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 16 agosto 2015
Volete sapere chi ci è veramente rimasto sotto...?
vi serve un aiutino
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131 persone su 180 (73%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
23 persone hanno trovato questa recensione divertente
7.7 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 21 agosto 2015
This review is coming from a stand-point of about 7 hours of solo play.

Do I like this game? It's okay, I mean, it's nothing special, it's a twin-stick zombie survival game with a somewhat interesting crafting system.

The game-play, it's basic and easy to understand as all twin-stick games are. Nothing new. Which is totally fine, I mean it's a tried and tested system.

The story, I haven't finished the story, simply because I hit too many BDN (Board, done now) moments. I just couldn't do another fetch quest. That's all this game is, fetch quest after fetch quest after fetch quest. When did I hit my limit? When the drunk pilot wanted his cargo, where was it? All over the islands... All twenty pieces of the damn stuff. I quit, I was done with the game from then on. The characters were, eh. The only person that interested my in any way was Kovac, mainly because SPOILER ALERT he's apparently the one crashing the boats into the islands SPOILER ALERT OVER. I say apparently because I have no idea if he is or not, though if that was him on the radio at the start of the game it makes sense as he seems to have a radio station at the top of his island. I digress. The characters are cliche to say the least, oh no a mother and daughter that are split up on a terrible island, the friend who was bitten but has the thing you need to get off the island, the crazy old lady, the apparent friend who is actually the villain, the disabled knowledgeable one who spends all their time tinkering with your escape rout and the drunk.

May as well look at this games big point, the crafting. It's okay. I mean you can make things, cool yeah, okay. I never bothered with the potions. The guns? Didn't bother with them either. Melee weapons? Rusty machete all the way. After I built the boomerang I just didn't need anything else. Nothing. And when I upped it with the red stone, nothing else would do. Now when I say I didn't bother with it, I mean I built every combination I could within 7 hours of play. Tested it, and still found the boomerang to be the best thing to use. Chainsaw? Nope. Flamethrower? Nope. Shotgun? Nope. Boomerang. Always.

Survival. Pha. My biggest problem surviving was diverting my attention from my current fetch quest to trek to water holes, or where I knew deer were or to safe houses when I got a little tired. Fuel for bombs was the biggest problem for my "survival". I had so much food on my person I could have fed all the survivors I had found with ease. Three jerry cans of water kept me going for days. Ammo was of no concern, I had stacks of the stuff on every island just sitting there.

The zombies, or should I say, "Monsters". Well there are ones you can kill in one hit, ones that have helmets, ones that have body armor, ones with both, tall ones, ones that come out at night, ones that explode, ones in fireman suits, zombie deers, zombie emus, and a big old boss thing. At first the ones that came out at night were a challenge but then, boomerang one hit kill. The ones with both pieces of armor are just annoying, takes two head shots to kill them, one to knock off the helmet and one to kill 'em. And when they're coming at you in a pack, it's just easier to run off and come back later. The firemen, hint hint, head shots, lots and lots of head shots unless you got yourself a means of using electricity. The deers just run at you, shoot twice, dodge, rinse and repeat. The boss thing is just like a very very weekend version of the Tank from L4D. They just seemed like distractions from the endless fetch quests.

Oh yeah side quests are, you guessed it, fetch quests. -_-

The camera angle is lovely, seeing the exploders just as they enter their area of effect is just dandy.

The lock on and head-shot system is good too, when your backing away from a group with your trusty boomerang out and it's just about to go red and another zombie bumps your target out of your aim and you gotta start over again. This is especially annoying against the fully armored zombies. Great.

The leveling system seems just, pointless, the most useful stuff is getting the upgrades that slow down your hunger, thirst and drowsiness. Everything else seems just like fluff to me.

The most fun I had in the game was going off doing the missions for the scientists on the islands where I was super-under prepared, there was a challenge, and it was ridiculous. Experiments that could change the magnetic fields surrounding the islands? Sounds good enough to me!

Is this game worth the price tag, maybe in co-op. Maybe. However would I play though those opening missions again? Hell no.
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