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Como superviviente de un virus mutante, ábrete paso a través de la ciudad y acaba con las hordas de comedores de carne. El trabajo en equipo es la clave para sobrevivir en DEAD HORDE...
Fecha de lanzamiento: 27 Jul 2011
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Acerca del juego

Como superviviente del virus mutante, junto a un compañero o por tu cuenta, deberás abrirte camino a través de los niveles de la ciudad, descubriendo nuevos desafíos y nuevos mutantes que destruir en cada nueva área. Con una gran variedad de armas a tu disposición, juntos deberéis acabar con la horda de mutantes carnívoros. El trabajo en equipo es la clave para sobrevivir en DEAD HORDE...

Características Principales:

  • Dead Horde es un shooter estilo survival-horror repleto de acción con vista cenital y modo multijugador cooperativo
  • Juega a la campaña en modo de un jugador, cooperativo local u online con un amigo
  • Ábrete camino a través de los niveles con una gran variedad de armas. Utiliza rifles de asalto, escopetas, granadas, ametralladoras y muchas más, desbloqueándolas durante el juego
  • Acción rápida con hordas de mutantes que parecen no terminar nunca
  • Los mutantes evolucionan y se hacen más grandes, rápidos y fuertes a lo largo del juego
  • Usa vehículos solo o con tus compañeros para pelear contra los mutantes
  • Gana dinero matando mutantes y compra mejoras para tus armas

Requisitos del sistema

    Mínimo:
    • SO: Windows XP Sp3, Windows Vista Sp2, Windows 7
    • Procesador: Intel Core 2 Duo a 2.4 GHz o superior
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: nVidia 8800 GT con 512 MB de VRAM o superior, ATI 3850HD con 512 MB de VRAM o superior, Shader 3.0
    • Versión de DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c
    • Disco Duro: 1 GB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Dispositivo compatible con DirectX 9.0c
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Me gusta tanto este juego que si me dieran un euro por cada hora jugada tendría un euro. :D
Publicado: 9 abril 2014
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I'm going to be honest with you. I sat down to write this review for Dead Horde the top down, run and gun shooter from DNS development, but I had a tough timeplaying this game for the 18 hours I put in to get 100% completion. Iit's not that the game has complex themes of survival that are hard to sum up or anything like that, it's just that it's such a boring paint by the numbers experience that I often had trouble remembering just what happened during my time with the game.

From blockbusters like Dead Rising and Left 4 Dead to indie darlings like I made a game with zomb1es 1n it!!!, there are a lot of zombie games on the market, and you're going to have a hard time finding one as bad as Dead Horde. It's predictable, has no personality and does nothing that the...excuse the term...hordes of zombie games has done before it.

Dead Horde places you as one of the lone survivors of a zombie apocalypse and your job; your only job is to shoot and blow up as many zombies as you can to survive. Sound familiar? Dead Horde employs a top down view that finds you holding down one button to shoot and another to move forward and that's it. Sound familiar? It should. It's all been done before in games like Zombie Apocalypse and I made a game with zomb1es 1n it!!!, but the key is that those games did something to inject the formula with a novel feeling. Zombie Apocalypse for example featured four player co-op (as opposed to 2 player here) and I made a game with zomb1es 1n it!!! was just plain silly, here we get none of that.

And there we have the key problem with Dead Horde. It's obvious that the developers have played the key zombie shooters of this generation and have lumped all of their key features into their game. For instance there's an almost carbon copy of Left 4 Dead's Boomer in the game. It's a pretty widely accepted fact in the gaming industry that the zombie shooter is a dated and stale genre and it's titles like these that offer absolutely no new ideas that are the perfect example of that.

Throughout Dead Horde you'll gain the option to upgrade weapons at certain points and while it's a cool addition, in reality it does nothing for the gameplay. All of the weapons feel the same and lead to the feeling of merely grinding through each section from beginning to end. There's no real reason to explore, and you'll find yourself holding down two buttons and moving in one straightforward direction (well, except when you'll have to back pedal from enemies). You know, it's funny - I never thought that the zombie apocalypse would be this boring.

If Dead Horde had a saving factor it would be the vehicle sections which do tend to offer a break from the monotony of the game. It's quite fun to mow down the undead in a jeep or utility truck - the first few times, but when it happens again and again, it loses its appeal quickly. It's also important to note that the vehicle controls never really feel as tight as they should, and they often feel like you can't get control no matter what you do.

You've already played Dead Horde, even if you've never touched the game - it's all of your favorite parts from all of your favorite zombie games, only here they aren't done as well and have no personality. Dead Horde is an obvious attempt to grab a piece of a large yet dwindling audience. There are a ton of great zombie shooters on the market; hell there are a lot of competent zombie shooters on the market, why choose this one?
Publicado: 29 noviembre 2013
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A 20 de 26 personas (77%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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The game is OK but is repetitive. Go forward, if zombies appear keep shooting going backwards so they get in line and kill them all in the same spot, then continue move forward. You'll get bored quickly.
Publicado: 26 noviembre 2013
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Bad game.
Cruddy graphics and plot
Publicado: 25 noviembre 2013
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A 6 de 8 personas (75%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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As an overhead shooter Dead Horde is about as bad as they come. It's missing a very key element-fun. Linear levels, a basic weapon cache, and bad graphics are some of other poor qualities that make up this game. Even the coop element doesn't make this game attractive. Skip this one. There's are countless other overhead shooters where your money would be better spent. NOT recommend!
Publicado: 29 noviembre 2013
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