Valiant Hearts: The Great War™ / Soldats Inconnus : Mémoires de la Grande Guerre™
Valiant Hearts : The Great War es la historia de cuatro destinos que se cruzan y un amor perdido en un mundo desgarrado. Sumérgete en esta aventura de cómic en 2D que mezcla exploración, acción y puzles. Perdido en medio de las trincheras, juega con cada uno de los 4 extraños que entrecruzan sus destinos, revive la Gran Guerra y ayuda al...
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 25 jun. 2014

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Acerca de este juego

“Una personalidad única” - 3DJUEGOS

“Una hermosa historia en tiempos de guerra con un diseño artístico precioso” - LAPS3

"El nivel técnico del juego es sublime" - ALFABETAJUEGA

"Un estilo visual de lo más peculiar y encantador" - IGN ESPAÑA

"Un juego totalmente atípico, arriesgado, valiente y muy original, que por muchos motivos ya nos ha conquistado" - VANDAL


Esta una historia de destinos cruzados y un amor roto en un mundo hecho pedazos.
Todos intentarán sobrevivir al horror de las trincheras siguiendo a su fiel compañero.
En Valiant Hearts las vidas de todos estos personajes están inextricablemente cohesionadas a lo largo de todo el juego. La amistad, el amor, el sacrificio y la tragedia se suceden a medida que cada uno intenta ayudar al otro para preservar su humanidad en medio de los horrores de la guerra.

Características principales


Un cómic de aventuras animado

Desde los verdes bosques del campo francés hasta las húmedas trincheras o los campos nevados, viaja por la historia de la mano de este emotivo juego de aventuras con tono y estilo únicos.

Una mezcla de exploración, acción y rompecabezas

Pasa a la acción, ayuda a tus héroes a sobrevivir a la Primera Guerra Mundial resolviendo rompecabezas o colándose en las líneas enemigas, y vive una divertida aventura llena de emoción.

Sigue las historias de estos Héroes de Corazón...

Perdido en mitad de las trincheras, juega con estos personajes y ayuda a un joven soldado alemán a encontrar a su amada.

... y a tu fiel compañero

Sigue los instintos de tu compañero, haz que atraviese obstáculos con alambres de espino y agujeros de explosiones para resolver rompecabezas o burlar a los enemigos. ¡Confía en él, este perro será tu único amigo!

Revive la Primera Guerra Mundial del 1914 a 1918

Esta historia te llevará de vuelta a lugares emblemáticos como Reims o Montfaucon, revive batallas históricas del frente occidental como la Batalla del Marne o la Batalla del Somme.

Con la tecnología de UbiArt Framework

Valiant Hearts saca el máximo partido de UbiArt Framework y su lema "Dando vida al arte". Este poderoso motor permite transferir conceptos creativos y darles vida dentro de los videojuegos.

Un equipo de artistas experimentados de Ubisoft Montpellier.

Lo pequeño es bonito: contamos con un equipo pequeño pero con mucho talento, como el director de arte y de sonido de juegos como Beyond Good & Evil o Peter Jackson's King Kong y los diseñadores de niveles de Rayman Origins y Rayman Legends.

Requisitos del sistema

    Mínimo:
    • SO: Windows XP SP3 or Windows Vista SP2 or Windows 7 SP1 or Windows 8 (both 32/64bit versions)
    • Procesador: Intel Pentium IV 630 @ 3.0 GHz or AMD Athlon64 3000 + @ 1.8 GHz
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: nVidia GeForce 8800 GT or AMD Radeon HD2900 XT (512MB VRAM)
    • DirectX: Versión 9.0
    • Almacenamiento: 2 GB de espacio disponible
    • Tarjeta de sonido: DirectX Compatible Sound Card with latest drivers
    • Notas adicionales: Windows-compatible keyboard and mouse required, optional Microsoft XBOX360 controller or compatible
    Recomendado:
    • SO: Windows XP SP3 or Windows Vista SP2 or Windows 7 SP1 or Windows 8 (both 32/64bit versions)
    • Procesador: Intel Core 2 Duo E4400 @ 2.0 GHz or AMD Athlon64 X2 3800+ @ 2 GHz
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: NVidia GeForce 9600GT or higher, AMD Radeon HD3850 or higher (512MB VRAM with Shader Model 4.0)
    • DirectX: Versión 9.0
    • Almacenamiento: 2 GB de espacio disponible
    • Tarjeta de sonido: DirectX Compatible Sound Card with latest drivers
    • Notas adicionales: Windows-compatible keyboard and mouse required, optional Microsoft XBOX360 controller or compatible
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KingDom #TeamHoovey
( 12.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 22 de julio
Great game. Shame it uses Uplay.
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PepeBotella
( 3.9 h registradas )
Publicado el 21 de julio
Historia simplemente hermosa, jugabilidad lograda, es un juego que te deja llevar. Para pasar un buen rato y dejar algunas lágrimas. También tiene pequeñas reseñas históricas en objetos que podemos ir encontrando en el juego y otras de acontecimientos que podemos ver apenas empezar el nivel. MUY BUENO, casi exelente. 9/10
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Leodran Arkenstone
( 7.6 h registradas )
Publicado el 21 de julio
Never before have I cried when playing a game.
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mentalmason
( 5.8 h registradas )
Publicado el 20 de julio
This game is an emotional rollarcoaster where the only way is down.
8/8 would gain depression from this game again.
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❤ Letus
( 5.9 h registradas )
Publicado el 20 de julio
I am not an uBisoft Fan...far from it...but this game deserves attention

How to review this without spoiling everything..

If you are looking for a action packed game, well, this game kind of has that, but it is NOT an action game, it is a puzzle game taking place along the German-French lines of WW1 between 1914 and 1917, and do they take you all over those lines. From Ypres to Vaquois to the horrendous Nivelle Offensive. If you know your history--or are a WW1 nerd like me--then you can guess what happens action wise.

The artstyle is great. For how charming it is, the artstyle quickly delves into the dark, muddy hell that was trench warfare. The main characters do not speak much, just one or two phrases in their languages...oh and a bark or two...but the atmosphere of the story, music, and even the artstyle is really something to digest. From the beginning, it does look like it is going to be a light hearted...until the Battle of Marn where the bright colours of pre-war jubilee quickly turn into the grey, brown, and red hues of hell, with each extra "cell" (I guess we can call it that since it is a comic-book-style game) throwing in a great impact of emotion.

Thank god for the three driving scenes, those were a needed--and really, REALLY fun--break.

I almost cried at Vaquois, and I definitely stared blankly at the screen at the end.

So, unfortunatel, you need uPlay, but unlike the other games that require uPlay to play that I have...I actually want to complete this game.

Shame uBisoft can't make a game with this kind of story for their AAA titles.


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Side note: this game is what BF1 won't be.
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chl1bremont
( 9.6 h registradas )
Publicado el 19 de julio
I really like this game the art style is good the soundtrack is amazing the story is interesting
there is not a lot of bad things that i can really say about it oh wait uplay (facepalm)
but other than that i really enjoyed the game and i definatly recomend it
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Lucibunny
( 7.3 h registradas )
Publicado el 19 de julio
very well done story! Great music, I loved the art style. It's a little short and I wasn't expecting it to actually be a puzzle game! A negative is that it has a little, Dr Robotnic style boss, you find him, and he runs a couple times.

You play the story through the eyes of four people. Emille though is probably the main guy. He's a digger! And the true here is the pup :D A nice heroic doggie for sure. I'd say you should give a try, it's probably worth a 10 buck cost.

The end certainly got me!

8 out of 10 stars
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adam1224
( 20.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 19 de julio
Valiant Hearts - runs well (even on Uplay, don't frown), and offers surprising depth compared to most Ubi games, in the form of collectible items which unlocks copious amounts of historical information. A good game - would require unique gameplay and controls to be great, but it's on a good way. Be wary - despite its serious content, don't expect much action and combat, because you will be gravely disappointed.

Valiant Hearts is a game that's really hard to classify, and to review. It mixes animation fitting children's books with the horrors of war, simple controls, mild puzzles, and some quick time events while trying to hold up and carry a storyline with multiple protagonists. And not all of these are perfect.
The animation is nice - the presentation is good, it's easy to distinguish certain parts of the gameplay area, and it becomes clear pretty soon that a game has a distinguished art style, which is always a good sign for a unique, good visual experience.
The controls and puzzles work together nicely - the puzzle parts usually make good use of the game's control scheme, but after a while it gets stale. There is a limited version of puzzles you can create with (controller layout) A for grab and operate, RB/LB to send the dog for contextual places (ABXY), and one for throwing the item that you're holding. And that's it. The game has the potential to become extremely boring simply because the gameplay is a single-path sidescroller, and most of the action parts are as intense as getting past a strictly scripted guard.

But the narration saves the day. Without the historical facts on each map, without the unlockable mementos of the era, the game would fall onto its own face. There are many letters, everyday items from the world of WW1 and the countryside, from the soldiers and their families that THAT'S the main reason in my opinion, that people consider this game as good as it is. These help people without the in-depth historical knowledge to appreciate more the simpler graphics, to imagine the mud of the trenches, the freezing cold nights and the problems with communicating with the loved ones. It's needed to make the cute-ish graphics into something that hints the reality of the past.

Technically the game runs well, each episode has around 5 levels, each of them can be completed in maybe 30-45 minutes if really looking around, if needed to restart the level, it can be done in a few minutes - they are pretty short. If one dies ingame, respawns at last checkpoint, if the player exits, the whole level needs to be replayed. In my playthrough, I've faced two bugs that forced me to restart the respective levels, but as I said, it's minimal time loss. At least based on my experience, both the game and Uplay was trustworthy and hadn't caused problems besides this little hiccup.

So, after all, I would recommend the game for everyone - at least to check it out because it's a really inclusive game, I think almost everyone could get into it because of it's simplistic control scheme. But the gameplay is plain without the additional collectibles and the lack of challenge can make it hard to go on - in shorter bursts it's easily approachable for the lovers of more action-filled genres.
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bespokoid
( 11.3 h registradas )
Publicado el 19 de julio
Im not really about 2D games in this century, but this one is just outstanding 9/10

+ Great story with twists and turns and rich in historical WWI facts
+ Diverse gameplay. Action mostly with a lot of quests, puzzles, stealth and even racing
+ Terrefic soundtrack
+ Original and delightful graphics
+ All above and nice FX made game really atmospheric
~ Puzzles are simple
- I would expect less amount of bug from game that simple and short
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chandr-a
( 9.5 h registradas )
Publicado el 19 de julio
A rather simple 2d platformer game telling a story of four characters whose lives are entwined together because of the First World War.

My friend recommended me this game for its beautiful artwork and a deep, emotional story and as far as I can agree with the former, the vision of war shown here was in my opinion way too simplified which made it impossible for me to take it seriously.
That being said, having historical facts added within the game was an interesting idea and I learnt much about the Western Front of WW1 that I didn't know before.

Overall, I would say the game is worth checking out but I wouldn't call it a heartbreaking one.
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Es un juego muy completo que cuenta con un peso argumental hermoso. La jugabilidad, la historia y la interaccion son excelentes. Vale mucho la pena.
Lo recomiendo completamente, no se van a aburrir un solo segundo pero preparense para llorar.
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How to play "Valiant Hearts: The Great War":

Step 1: Lie down.
Step 2: Try not to cry.
Step 3: Cry a lot.

The only game, where it`s worth to instal Uplay.

10/10 would dance to band at train station again.
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"War makes men mad."

OMG, where do I begin? I just love this game so, so much! I've finished the game once already on my tablet a little more than a year ago and I've just completed it again, this time on PC / Steam. Completed it in one sitting for 6.3 hours.

The story and the awesome soundtrack kept me engrossed in the game the whole way through, even with my second playthrough. I just cannot find fault with this game, not even with Uplay.

+ Loved, loved, loved the soundtrack. Helps with the ambiance and the build-up of the story.
+ Loved the story. Made me smile, laugh ,yell and cry from start to finish.
+ Loved the comic-like graphics.
+ Loved all of the characters.
+ Loved the diary entries, letters and snippets of history.

- NONE. ZILCH. NADA.
- Okay, maybe one teeny tiny thing. I wished the ending wasn't so sad. But then again, war is sad. =(

Well worth the full price. A steal if it's on sale. Would re-play just to go through the story again.

Do I recommend this game? Definitely a 'YES'. A thousand times of 'YES'-es.

My rating: 10/10.
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Im crying
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I don't have nay words for this game... It's not even game, it's story. Story of what actually happend in WWI between years of 1914 and 1918. This is just emotional blow to my hearth. In the end i didn't skip the subtitles.. I was thinking about my life, about life of everyone and about war, wars. War is the biggest disgusting thing on the Earth. And "war makes man mad..."


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Valiant Hearts: The Great War Story

Introduction:

Valiant Hearts: The Great War (VH) is a story-rich side-scrolling puzzle platforming with some spotted action sequences. If that doesn’t make it sound unique let me assure you that it is. I am going to focus on the main aspects of this game to avoid spoilers so I will not be commenting on some of the specifics. I picked VH up on one of the Steam sales for a few dollars. This review relates to the PC version. Screenshots by me unless otherwise noted.

The Game

The Story – This is the big hero of the game. The story follows four individuals (and a dog) as their paths entwine from the beginning of WW1 to the end. The characters are an American soldier, a Belgium nurse, an older French father and his German son-in-law. I won’t say what happens to them as I don’t want to spoil anything. I will say that the stories are very well written and very moving. The characters are voice-acted well and during the six hours of play you will get to know them well. The actual game alternates between the characters as they go through the trials and tears of the war.

How to Play – Most of VH is played as a side-scrolling puzzler. Most challenges require you to find an item, use it in the right place and then move forward. Some puzzles are the turn valves, pull levers style. The majority of the puzzles are fairly simple but there is a hint system in case you get stuck. In addition to the puzzles there are also action sequences. Being set in WW1 most of these involve dodging artillery, sneaking past soldiers, throwing grenades or driving vehicles. Again, most of these action sequences are quite forgiving so that they don’t spoil the story with needlessly atmosphere-breaking difficulty. If you do get blown up by dynamite or captured by an enemy the game will rewind a few seconds so you never feel like you need to replay a long hard sequence and get that Groundhog Day treatment.

The Art – The graphics in VH are comic-book style. This is done very effectively with great animations. Although the game is 2D, there will often be animations in the foreground or background to set the atmosphere. The music is another hero of the game. Some classical music is used to create pacing in the action sequences such as The Flight of the Bumblebee. Other music is used in the puzzle scenes with great emotional impact sometimes.

The Education – Throughout the game there are loads of historical facts you can ready about. They explain how the war started, some of the battles that took place, the weapons used, and plenty of facts about casualties suffered. There are also over 100 hidden collectibles to find. Each one has a blurb about its historical significance. Furthermore, there are diaries of the main characters you can read although these are not historically based.

How I played it
It is hard to say much about VH without giving anything away. The impact VH had on me was that within 30 minutes of beginning I was emotionally involved and eager to continue playing. I played the whole game within a week. The story was tense and well-delivered with numerous cliff-hangers to keep you wanting to play more. Near the end of most sections I’d hit TAB and read about mustard gas, Russian dog tags or tunnel warfare. I thoroughly enjoyed almost everything, particularly the puzzles involving the rescue dog, although the first aid sequences were probably the least enjoyable. The only other negative is that the controls seem a bit arbitrary at first, but within 15 minutes I had no issues doing what I wanted to do.

Summary

Valiant Hearts is an emotionally charged game where the story outshines the gameplay. This should be a must play for most gamers. 9/10
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I hate this game so much it made me cried...
10/10 to cry like a ♥♥♥♥♥ again
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Valiant hearts: The great War... This game will kick your feels HARD. Like really, REALLY HARD.
The gameplay is simple and allow to full immerge in the story, low replayability in itself (only the hunt of the collectibles or wanting to read the story again) but one single play... One single play of this story ALONE is worth in full the cost of the game.

Buy it and play it, you will NEVER regret the money spent for it.


(Only cons: REQUIRES UPLAY TO PLAY IT EVEN ON STEAM... But it's so worth that this should not stop you at all. On a side note I didn't had any issue with UPLAY at all so it didn't really disturbed me.)
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Valiant Hearts - runs well (even on Uplay, don't frown), and offers surprising depth compared to most Ubi games, in the form of collectible items which unlocks copious amounts of historical information. A good game - would require unique gameplay and controls to be great, but it's on a good way. Be wary - despite its serious content, don't expect much action and combat, because you will be gravely disappointed.

Valiant Hearts is a game that's really hard to classify, and to review. It mixes animation fitting children's books with the horrors of war, simple controls, mild puzzles, and some quick time events while trying to hold up and carry a storyline with multiple protagonists. And not all of these are perfect.
The animation is nice - the presentation is good, it's easy to distinguish certain parts of the gameplay area, and it becomes clear pretty soon that a game has a distinguished art style, which is always a good sign for a unique, good visual experience.
The controls and puzzles work together nicely - the puzzle parts usually make good use of the game's control scheme, but after a while it gets stale. There is a limited version of puzzles you can create with (controller layout) A for grab and operate, RB/LB to send the dog for contextual places (ABXY), and one for throwing the item that you're holding. And that's it. The game has the potential to become extremely boring simply because the gameplay is a single-path sidescroller, and most of the action parts are as intense as getting past a strictly scripted guard.

But the narration saves the day. Without the historical facts on each map, without the unlockable mementos of the era, the game would fall onto its own face. There are many letters, everyday items from the world of WW1 and the countryside, from the soldiers and their families that THAT'S the main reason in my opinion, that people consider this game as good as it is. These help people without the in-depth historical knowledge to appreciate more the simpler graphics, to imagine the mud of the trenches, the freezing cold nights and the problems with communicating with the loved ones. It's needed to make the cute-ish graphics into something that hints the reality of the past.

Technically the game runs well, each episode has around 5 levels, each of them can be completed in maybe 30-45 minutes if really looking around, if needed to restart the level, it can be done in a few minutes - they are pretty short. If one dies ingame, respawns at last checkpoint, if the player exits, the whole level needs to be replayed. In my playthrough, I've faced two bugs that forced me to restart the respective levels, but as I said, it's minimal time loss. At least based on my experience, both the game and Uplay was trustworthy and hadn't caused problems besides this little hiccup.

So, after all, I would recommend the game for everyone - at least to check it out because it's a really inclusive game, I think almost everyone could get into it because of it's simplistic control scheme. But the gameplay is plain without the additional collectibles and the lack of challenge can make it hard to go on - in shorter bursts it's easily approachable for the lovers of more action-filled genres.
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Publicado el 5 de julio
This was one of the most amazing solo games i've experienced in 15 years of intense gaming, just buy it it's so worth it.
Informations about WWI are also really touching and interesting.
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