Talisman Prologue is an adaptation of the classic fantasy board game Talisman by Games Workshop. This version focuses on single player experience. An epic tale of dice rolling and card drawing takes you on a quest throughout the land to rescue Princesses, slay Dragons and recover lost artefacts.
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Veröffentlichung: 14. Okt. 2013
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"A single-player game based on the Talisman ruleset. Guide 16 characters through more than 50 epic quests, slaying dragons and rescuing Princesses."

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“Talisman: Prologue joins Ticket to Ride, Ascension and others among the growing pantheon of outstanding digital translations of board games.”
9/10 – Paste Magazine

“Excellent though the gameplay and presentation of Talisman Prologue is, the most remarkable thing about the game is how accessible it is to players of all levels of experience.”
5/5 – Modojo

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Talisman Prologue is an adaptation of the classic fantasy board game Talisman by Games Workshop. This version focuses on single player experience.

An epic tale of dice rolling and card drawing takes you on a quest throughout the land to rescue Princesses, slay Dragons and recover lost artefacts. Play through over 50 quests using the Talisman board game rules, and learn the special abilities of all of the characters.

It's important to note that this is NOT a multiplayer game based on Talisman, this is a reworking of the rule-set to allow solo players to experience Talisman in a different way.

Features -
  • 10 Characters
  • 50 Quests
  • Endless Re-playability
  • Includes 6 bonus characters - Leprechaun, Amazon, Minotaur, Vampire Hunter and Sage

The multi-player game, Talisman Digital Edition, is available separately on Steam and can be found HERE.

Systemvoraussetzungen

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: 1.6GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 200 MB available space
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1 von 2 Personen (50%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12. April
Sehr gutes Brettspiel das man SOLO spielen kann. Stundenlanger Spielspaß durch Missionen und Aufträge.
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3.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22. Januar
Everyone else is right, you mostly just roll the die and see what happens. Not much more exciting than a video slot matching game in that respect. There is no AI, you are literally moving around a board by your self. You even draw "lose a turn" cards - with no one to lose a turn to, and keep going. It seems kind of like an alpha (It's complete however) demo of the normal game also on here. For some reason, it also randomly crashes on my desktop at work that I tried it on.
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10 von 11 Personen (91%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 9. April
don't get this unless its in a bundle or with the season pass.
get "Talisman Digital Edition" if you have it get dlc for it over this.

its a single player romp threw the talisman board were you do quests, but most quests rely to much on luck and your timed so you end up not getting them done and fail.
this version is not fun.
the Digital Edition is much better though and plays like the boardgame its from.

p.s. people who got the Premium Edition on desure still never got a steam key, yet all the $1 bundle buyers did.
i only own this cause it was included in the season pass (all future dlc, good move). not happy, but i'll never play this version anyway, so whatever.
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9 von 10 Personen (90%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 6. April
It's just a turtorial for a Talisman: Digital Edition
It should be free don't buy it.
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6 von 8 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27. Februar
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_HqQBxA1v4
It feels more like a proof of concept than a fully-fledged game, offering you a few different objectives for a quest, rather than an actual grand adventure to embark on. Well, except some, which task you with; get to the centre of the board. Most are just; buy a sword, kill something, go get healed. Quest complete.

There are some that are more interesting, like rescuing a princess and returning her to the castle... But the game doesn't go far enough with these tasks, nor is there enough of them.

Also starting from scratch each time you play means re-treading so much ground they're just not that much fun to play after the first time.

The gameplay loop is essentially; roll a dice, land on a square and do what it tells you to, usually draw some cards. The cards will have items, monsters or events... And that's it. There's not some opposing force acting against you, or for you to outwit, the cards are the only thing that affect the game.

Levelling up your character is a fairly trivial affair; beat enemies that you take as trophies, if you have trophies whose corresponding trait adds up to 7 or more, you can exchange them for a level. Equipment cards can also increase your stats... Which means all too quickly you become the most powerful being on the board. Ultimately there just isn't really any difficulty to the game.

That's where the event cards come in so you can randomly be reduced down to something that the enemies actually have a chance at killing...

The funniest thing is that you can lose a turn... Which just means the turn counter increases by two. All I can gather is that the game rates you upon completion of the quest and I assume it just comes down to the amount of turns taken...

I can see it being useful to learn the ruleset, and perhaps that's where the "prologue" part of the name comes from... But the mechanics aren't exactly difficult, or incredibly deep that they'd require such a primer.

Annoyingly there is another version of the game released that actually has multiplayer... Which begs the question; why this version still exists… They say it focuses on the single player experience... But really, there isn't much to that experience. In so much that I can't imagine why someone who opt for this one over the other.

I did enjoy my first game enough, but then when I went to play a second, even playing as a different character, I was almost instantly bored.
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