Hace dos años, un grupo de jóvenes quedaron atrapados en su escuela. Sufrieron la noche más larga de sus vidas, perseguidos por abominables criaturas creadas por el director. Algunos de ellos sobrevivieron a esa terrible noche, mientras que otros murieron. Ahora, los supervivientes han rehecho sus vidas y van a la universidad.
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 25 de Mar, 2008

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Incluye 2 artículos: Obscure, Obscure II (Obscure: The Aftermath)

 

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“Ofrece una agradable distracción, puzles de inteligente diseño y un interesante modo cooperativo para dos jugadores.”
7.5/10 – IGN

“¡Este juego ofrece entretenimiento de calidad!”
7.0/10 – Cheat Code Central

Acerca de este juego

Hace dos años, un grupo de jóvenes quedaron atrapados en su escuela. Sufrieron la noche más larga de sus vidas, perseguidos por abominables criaturas creadas por el director. Algunos de ellos sobrevivieron a esa terrible noche, mientras que otros murieron. Ahora, los supervivientes han rehecho sus vidas y van a la universidad.

Pero no todo va bien en la Universidad de Fallcreek: unas extrañas flores han aparecido repentinamente por todo el campus, unas flores que contienen una peligrosa substancia que induce a tener unos sueños extraños, pero muy reales. Un grupo de estudiantes descubren que las flores son mucho más peligrosas de lo que parecen. Cuando las semillas germinan, las pesadillas se convierten repentinamente en una horrible realidad...

- La secuela de ObsCure, el juego que se ha convertido en un clásico del género de terror de supervivencia.
- Aventura y acción en un escenario de película de terror de adolescentes.
- 6 carismáticos personajes con habilidades únicas.
- Modo cooperativo: un segundo jugador puede unirse al juego en cualquier momento.
- Encuentra pistas y resuelve puzles.
- Una amplia gama de armas... y monstruos terroríficos.
- Una asombrosa banda sonora compuesta por Olivier Derivière, interpretada por la Orquesta Sinfónica de Boston y el Coro de niños de la Ópera de Paris.
- Compatible con el mando de Xbox 360.

Requisitos del sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: Pentium III 1 GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c-kompatible 3D-Grafikkarte mit 64 MB
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c-kompatible Soundkarte
    • Additional Notes: Co-op play with 2 players requires a controller
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows Seven
    • Processor: Pentium IV 2,4 GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c-kompatible 3D-Grafikkarte mit 128 MB
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c-kompatible Soundkarte
    • Additional Notes: Co-op play with 2 players requires a controller
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A 4 de 6 personas (67%) les ha sido útil este análisis
4.9 h registradas
Las partes de mareo, marean en serio, es horrible...
Lo recomiendo, pero me ha decepcionado profundamente los chistes sexuales y las drogas, el obscure 1 era mucho más serio en ese sentido, solo hubo una broma sexual y no tan pasada de tono como en este.
Pero bueno...
Publicado: 21 de Mayo
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A 16 de 18 personas (89%) les ha sido útil este análisis
14.8 h registradas
Combine a storyline more loopy and incoherent than almost every Japanese anime ever made, a cumbersome real-time item-choosing system guaranteed to make you use those medkits even faster, a save system which ensures you'll have to waste countless minutes at a time getting back to the bit which killed you in the first place, the occasional obstructive "camera angle" almost deliberately designed to ♥♥♥♥ you six-ways-to-Sunday, and some of the ♥♥♥♥tiest boss fights in all of video game history...and what do you have? Well, oddly enough, a mostly enjoyable and worthwhile gaming experience...but ONLY if you've already played several dozen other post-Resident Evil third-person "survival horror" games, and are so addicted to such curiosities that you'll endure almost any level of punishment in search of that next elusive "fix".

I recently played and wrote a review of the first Obscure in which I declared it a "pleasant surprise", or words to roughly that effect. Given that I had slightly higher expectations of this one in the wake of its more-than-serviceable predecessor, I wouldn't say that I'm "disappointed" so much as a little bewildered at just how nutty and, well, frankly "incompetent" this one so often is.

Don't get me wrong: There's a lot of REALLY GOOD IDEAS here. One improvement it arguably makes over the original are the very distinct "special abilities" which each character has, all of which you will at some point REQUIRE to make progress through the game (as opposed to the "vaguely-useful-but-mostly-inessential" abilities evidenced by most of the characters in Obscure 1). To this effect, most of the puzzle-solving in this game is actually quite clever (though asking the player to pick a tricky lock puzzle in the midst of the climactic boss fight while a monster clobbers you from the side was perhaps pushing the friendship a little)! And the learning curve applied to these virtual "mini-game-within-a-game"s is mostly realistic and achievable, even for a certifiable doofus such as I. The scenery is also frequently interesting and varied...perhaps a little TOO varied for realistic geography purposes, but never mind (just think of it like one of those epic sword-and-sorcery fantasy worlds where a blazingly hot desert and an icy wasteland are just a hop, skip and a jump away from each other...apparently suburban high schools and spooky, near-desolate islands inhabited by in-bred Texas Chainsaw rejects do much the same thing). It's also a game with lots of "personality", not least of all within the characters themselves...plenty of entertaining banter and carry-on whilst the gameplay continues unabated, giving it a convincingly "cinematic" feel and making you actually "care" a little more for the fate of said characters than your average paper cut-out video game personas (off the top of my head, the Walking Dead and Left 4 Dead games are about the only other horror titles so earnestly devoted to giving their protagonists more than two dimensions).

Look, it's pretty clear by now that I have a certain fondness for these games, even if this one in particular infuriated me almost to the point of electronic pulpification. Mostly I'm just relieved that there was never an Obscure 3, 'cause you know that I'd feel obliged to play it, and judging by the quality arc this series has evidenced thus far, it would probably be almost intolerably "bad". ALMOST. In the tradition of the best "trashy" horror films, let's just chalk this one up as a "guilty pleasure"...even if the "pleasure" parts only seem to come in spurts...

Verdict: 7.5/10.
Publicado: 9 de Julio
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A 7 de 7 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
5.8 h registradas
Pretty good game, just like the first one. Less amount of weapons, which was something good, no longer having to toggle between 3 handguns or taping flashlights to all of them since you now carry one. Nice acting, decent story, hopefully someday another Obscure will appear.
Publicado: 14 de Junio
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A 4 de 4 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
1.1 h registradas
So I went and beat the first obscure game because I bought the obscure bundle. I loved every minute of it and wish it didn't end, it was a very good, B horror flick type of horror game. So then I went on to this one. This one has made definite improvements to the combat however this can be seen as a detriment as well. While the combat was improved the layout of the game is hindered and much more linear which to me is a bad thing. Story is actually worse than the first, but still in the B horror movie flick sort of way. Given how I was so used to the first obscures controls, camera angle, and combat, this game was difficult for me to get into. All that being said, I am still a fan of this series and I do believe the bundle in particular is worth the price for these games.
Publicado: 28 de Julio
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A 2 de 2 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
21.2 h registradas
Just when you thought the events of Obscure was going to end but NOPE! The horror is back and it gets worse too! Just like Obscure, Obscure 2 (The Aftermath) is another classic gem/nostalgia game if you ever played this game on the PS2. I like the new environments and the new characters on this game but some of the characters from Obscure come back to Obscure 2 world and face the horrific nightmare again! Except this time your characters are College students. I love the plot of the game, the music of the game, and I absolutely love the atmosphere! I also love the music at the main menu of Obscure 2! But there's one thing that I didn't like about Obscure 2 which is its Camera angles/movements. If you move around or turn around a alot with a weapon out, the camera will go bonkers! But besides that con, this game is awesome! This game (hell buy Obscure 1 and Obscure 2) if you like playing survival horror games! I highly recommend it!
Publicado: 8 de Septiembre
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A 12 de 12 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
5.4 h registradas
Un juego muy bueno!, su musica tipo opera gotica, los angulos de una cámara semi-Estatica como en los viejos Survival Horror de gran categoría, tiene personajes carismaticos con cualidades que cada uno lo hace diferente, y un cooperativo muy bueno, puede que el juego no te asuste (o puede que si, depende de la persona) pero el cooperativo es uno elementos que hacen de este juego divertido. Lo recomiendo
Publicado: 11 de Marzo
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