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From the award winning studio, Robot Entertainment, Echo Prime allows you to battle hordes of dangerous alien creatures, space pirates, and killer mercenaries with blaster and blade as you travel from star to star, uncovering the secrets of the multiverse.

Make contact with the Echoes, mysterious beings from alternate universes who will lend you their abilities and aid you in your quest to save humanity from an alien menace. Acquire a myriad of powerful weapons and armor, watch your abilities grow to unmatched levels, and prepare to take on the most fearsome opponents in the galaxy.

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Lucha por toda la galaxia en este épico juego de acción de los creadores del Juego de Estrategia de 2011 de la AIAS "Orcs Must Die!" y del Juego para Móviles de 2012 de la AIAS "Hero Academy".

Enfréntate a hordas de peligrosas criaturas alienígenas, piratas espaciales y mercenarios asesinos armado con armas de fuego y espadas mientras recorres las estrellas y descubres los secretos del multiverso.

Entra en contacto con los ecos, seres misteriosos de universos alternativos que te prestarán sus habilidades y te ayudarán a salvar a la humanidad de la amenaza alienígena. Adquiere una gran variedad de poderosas armas y armaduras, aumenta el poder de tus habilidades y prepárate para enfrentarte a los rivales más temidos de la galaxia.

¡Incluye la banda sonora de “Echo Prime”!

Características principales

• Remasterizado para PC: nuevos mapas, nuevos enemigos, economía reajustada, mejoras visuales y nuevos controles para PC.
• Nuevo modo Extremo: pon a prueba tu habilidad. ¿Hasta dónde serás capaz de llegar sin morir?
• Mejora tu arsenal: más de 100 piezas de equipo con diversos efectos letales, desde fuego hasta disparos tóxicos. Todas ellas se pueden desbloquear sin coste adicional.
• Ecos del multiverso: encuentra y desbloquea docenas de “ecos”, vidas de forma alienígenas de universos paralelos. Los ecos te ofrecerán poderes y habilidades que te ayudarán en las misiones.
• Comparte ecos: ¡usa los ecos de tus amigos en combate para ayudarlos a subir de nivel y que tus amigos usen tus ecos para que suban de nivel!
• Generación aleatoria de la campaña: ¡no hay dos experiencias iguales!
• Incluye la banda sonora completa: ¡al comprar el juego disfrutarás también de las 14 pistas de la banda sonora de Echo Prime!

Requisitos del sistema

    • OS: Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8
    • Processor: 2GHz Dual Core
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 6800 or ATI Radeon x1950 or better with 256MB VRAM
    • Hard Drive: 1200 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Some integrated Intel HD graphics cards have been known to work but are not officially supported.
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I found this game a blend of fun and frustrating. It isn't a deep game, every level boils down to either 'shoot things' or 'don't get shot', but that has a certain mindless appeal. The levels are short, and it's easy to digest quick matches when you only have 5 or 10 minutes to sit, which is nice.

The game has a few bugs, none of them game-ending. The most annoying one I found was clicking on the bottom right of the screen (where your active powers are) sometimes minimizes the game for no discernable reason. The game itself doesn't pause when this happens, so sometimes by the time I had brought the game back up I would be dead.

There is a story that you follow, which is minimal but adequate. Gear progression is reasonable, although I found myself shoe-horned into a certain type of gun because of a certain mission type that only rewards that type of gun.

Overall the game is a simple distraction, and if you need something mindless to fill the time it's probably worth it. That being said, you aren't missing anything special if you don't pick it up.
Publicado: 23 febrero 2014
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Echo Prime was originally an iOS action RPG, and it shows, having very simple controls. Worse yet, the controls in the PC version really don't work that well - sometimes clicking anywhere near an enemy will shoot at it, even if it's already dead. Also, your dodge roll behaves erratically and buggily, often not really moving you the way you want it to move, or at all.

Likewise, it shows its iOS roots by having a lot of very simple, repetitive levels. It took me about 10 hours to complete the campaign (at least through hitting level 33 out of 50 and getting the final campaign achievement, End of the Line), but most of this was essentially just grinding the same kind of missions I'd already completed a dozen times over. Further, it's not a loot-fest at all - basically you just get to pick one of three or so items for each slot from the store each time you hit a new tier of 5 levels.

The Echoes do look amusing and provide for on-the-fly character customization for each level, and some of the boss fights are amusing when the controls aren't actively getting in your way of completing them, but all in all I can't really recommend this game at any price. It's just not fun.

Sorry, Robot Entertainment. Your other stuff's all good, so maybe try again!
Publicado: 6 julio 2014
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I wanted to like it, but it's clearly a broken port of a decent at best iOS game.
Publicado: 20 junio 2014
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So Robot Entertainment came out with a PC port for their iOS game Echo Prime. In this game you will be playing the part of an Enforcer who somehow survives an attack that should have done everyone in. You are saved by an Echo. Now this time around Echoes are other worldly beings that come from all over the galaxy/universe, and are here to help augment their powers with yours to allow you to survive and take on all that seems to be threatening not only you but the echoes as well.

Graphically I have to say that I'm impressed with this port. I'm not sure if they had to do a major overhaul to get this game up and running on the PC, but I have to say that this game looks like it belongs on the PC. The best part of the graphics of the game, in my opinion is the fact that the weapons and armor that you will be equipping are actually shown on your character. There are too many games that try to do a generic set of armor for specific levels of items, and it is refreshing to see that level of detail go in to the game. The other thing is that I liked the different looks of the areas I had to battle through, there was a subterranean feel to some levels, different space ships, lab facilities, and even an ice planet feel. The other thing was the amount of enemies and the subtle, yet deadly changes that come with them.

All the music in the game felt like it belonged in a space themed game, but there was enough variety to not make the music monotonous in the background. Now of course since this is a port of an iOS game, I'm not surprised that there were no voices added to the game, would it have been a nice extra bonus, sure, but it really wasn't needed as the focus was where it needed to be in this game, the combat.

So the controls of the game had to be pretty simple. You are going to use the mouse to click to where you want to move. You are going to use the mouse to select an enemy to attack, if you hold the mouse button down you are going to keep attacking that enemy until it is dead. If you hold down the left shift you can stay in place and just attack. You are going to have the chance to have up to 6 different hotkey actions if you would like, though most of those aren't going to be an option until you are a good chunk into the game. Now of course one of the REALLY REALLY nice things about this game is that you have the ability to re-map the entire setup, so if you feel that you would play better with different buttons to dodge (that's WASD by the way), or perhaps you would like to have your hot keys closer you can do that too. Oh and of course you are going to need to master the blocking mechanic in the game, that's set as the right mouse button. If you can do it at the right time you can take no damage or you can reflect a shot.

I am going to come out and say it right off the bat, I have played WAY too much of this game, I should have written the review of this game quite a while ago, but I was having so much fun trying to collect over 60 different echoes, each with different abilities, some with passive abilities, some with active abilities, and of course a couple that had one of each. There are a hefty number of side (optional) missions that you can go on, I have played through almost every single one of them, and you will find that there's even a ton of items to really spec out your character.

Speaking of items and echoes, there's an interesting dynamic at play with this game, if you want to really power up all your echoes as fast as possible, and perhaps find them faster, you are going to want weaker armor and weapons. The reason is that after so many kills you are able to attune that item and it will either increase the experience of an echo, or introduce you to a new one. Now every echo only has one level and once you have surpassed it they will just generate you money. At the end of missions is when you can do the regular leveling up if you wish to take that path. There's also an enhancement option that allows the echoes to level up faster and produce more currency. The best part is that NONE of it is microtransaction driven.

So here's the deal, you need to get this game. If you like hack and slash games, you are going to need to add this to your collection stat. Are the fighting mechanics the tightest? No they are not, but you have to remember that this is an iOS port where you are handcuffed to just tapping on the screen. Can you over come that obstacle and find a game that will eat up hours of your time? Absolutely I've logged just over 20 hours and yearn for more. To end this review I have to say that Robot Entertainment continues to release quality products, yes I know its a port, but they didn't just slap it on to a different platform they made it feel like it belonged there, and for that I have to give this game a 9.4 out of 10.
Publicado: 25 marzo 2014
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really repetitive and the only reason i got bored with it as fast as i did was because A.D.D.
Publicado: 25 febrero 2014
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I purchased this without realizing it was an iOS/Android game. For a portable game Echo prime isn't half bad. I can see how the gameplay would lend itself well to that platform. However, the features that make it ideal for a cell phone don't translate well to a home enviroment. The game is clearly intended to be played in 10 to 15 minute spurts and that shows in the level design and make-up. Levels are blazingly short and incredibly repetative, most likely to compensate for the presumed limited space of a phone or tablet. Also, the designers left in many of the touch related instructions. During the initial traning mission the player is encouraged to "tap a place on the ground to move there" or to "Swipe to dodge!"

Echo Prime's gameplay tries to find a home somewhere between a clickfest like Diablo and classic arcade Beat-em-ups like Streets of Rage but it misses the key notes that make those two genres enjoyable. You gain money from grinding missions which you use to buy weapons and armor which you then grind kills on to get "Echoes" which are essentially spells that can level. It's a fairly steep and obvious treadmill. Though, the only incentive I can see for continuing to upgrade your gear is the chance to unlock new Echoes. You aren't encouraged to upgrade your gear because the enemies are hard, in fact quite the opposite. I was able to play to level 8, about an hour in to the game, without purchasing new items. The AI is too predictible or, in some cases down right dumb, to pose any type of a threat to a competent player.

Lastly, the story: more spefically the almost complete absense of one. You're a guy on a ship flying around space and beating up aliens, pirates and robots whose character models don't really differ that much.

All in all, I can understand how this would be an enjoyable game on a mobile platform but at the end of the day there is enough substance or depth here for the game to have lasting appeal.
Publicado: 29 enero 2014
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