Vigil: Blood Bitterness te sumerge en la oscura e inquietante historia de una civilización antigua donde debes revelar los secretos de tu pasado y concretar venganza en el Mal que destruye tu universo. Los baños de sangre y las muertes ritualistas componen la delgada línea entre tu propia raza y el Mal que buscas aniquilar.
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 29 jun. 2007
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Vigil: Blood Bitterness te sumerge en la oscura e inquietante historia de una civilización antigua donde debes revelar los secretos de tu pasado y concretar venganza en el Mal que destruye tu universo. Los baños de sangre y las muertes ritualistas componen la delgada línea entre tu propia raza y el Mal que buscas aniquilar. Tu meta es liberarte de este lugar tormentoso y entender el origen y el propósito de este Mal que no acaba.

  • Fácil jugabilidad de apuntar y hacer clic
  • Historia absorbente con personajes complejos y trastornados
  • Gráficos 3D con arte revolucionario en blanco y negro y ángulos dinámicos de cámara
  • Rompecabezas desafiantes para resolver y revelar los misterios de tu civilización
  • Escenas prerrenderizadas realistas que avanzan la terrorífica historia
  • Una gallería de pistas en texto, imágenes, vídeos y sonidos
  • Gestiona múltiples perfiles de jugador

Requisitos del sistema

    Windows XP/2000, procesador a 1.2 GHz, 256 MB de RAM, tarjeta gráfica de 128 MB con aceleración 3D y compatible con DirectX, tarjeta de sonido compatible con DirectX, DirectX 9.0, 255 MB de espacio libre en el disco duro

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A 17 de 18 personas (94%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 31 de enero
Well what can I say about this game?

Lets start on how to run it:
Compatability to XP/2k, play now in steam, that will take you to "RIP-Trilogy" page. Hit the download demo button (even if like me you already own the full version). Don't download, just keep the pop-up up. Hit play now again and there you go. Hit ALT + Enter when it locks up. If you hit F12 for a printscreen it will lock up.

Now the good:
It's usually free in a bundle
It's weird and abstract looking
When it runs ... it runs.

The bad:
Hard to get to run
Crappy controls
Good concept, but the actual game sucks


How would I rate this?
Better than getting a prostate exam by freddie kruger.
About as useful as a penguin with explosive diarrhea on a school bus.
I now know to avoid anything by freegamer or meridian4
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Publicado: 23 de febrero
feels like a game that was never finished but released. gave me a headache in 5 minutes. just left click, right click. hard to see what to click. movies are in latin? so you have to read subs, but movies go by super fast. you actually miss whats going on, in the flash that your reading subs. over....bad bad bad
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A 3 de 3 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 7 de enero
So, there are a lot of reviews joking about this being a link to "RIP Trilogy". That's absolutely true, but since I was determined to have this game function, I downloaded the "RIP Trilogy" demo. After that, the game launched!

I figured since I got it running I would give it a fair chance, and so I started up the first act of the game. Only, the game decided it was the right time to change resolution, and the video did not play. I followed the tips and tricks about using the common Alt+Enter screenshot to drop the game from full resolution to watch the videos. Hurray, solved! I kept on, and completed the first area... then the game froze! Last straw, game!

From the bit I played, it was a pretty abtruse point-and-click adventure game. Not helping it was the art style -- there are ways to do a minimalist visual style well (see Killer Is Dead) and there's oversimplification that makes it uninteresting.
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Publicado: 5 de enero
I honestly feel like im cursed for owning this. I'd say to avoid this like the plague, but I think they removed this game. For good reasons. The only positive thing I have to say is that the art style is slightly captivating, besides how broken this game actually is.

Honestly just pretty to look at, not to play. Hell, looking at the pictures on the steam preview is more interesting than the game.
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Publicado: 24 de febrero
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I like unique and creative games, and that is certainly what this game wants to be, but it falls short on every level. The art style is so abstract that it is very difficult to understand what you're looking at, especially as the camera changes to extremely unusable angles with each new room. The voices and sound effects are just painful to hear. Beyond presentation, the game progression is completely arbitrary. Randomly clicking around is your best way to determine what actions are even available to you. There are game segments which want to be puzzles, without any indication of your goal or the pieces. Finally, the story is ridiculous, less than one dimensional, and completely unrelatable in any way. I hate to talk poorly about a unique game, but this one has earned it.
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