Climb into the pilot's seat of an otherworldly war machine and take down a genocidal alien race bent on eradicating humanity to preserve their own civilization.
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Date de parution : 30 mai 2014

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Acheter Astebreed

 

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“This is one of my favorite shoot-'em-ups in years, and fellow STG enthusiasts would be remiss to overlook such a gem. Astebreed is a masterstroke. Spread the word.”
9.5 /10 – Destructoid

“If you’re looking for a game that has subtleties and intricacies often overlooked in modern games then Astebreed comes highly recommended.”
8/10 – Coffee Break Gaming

“...Astebreed is a game that, in terms of quality and design, puts many recent triple-A releases to shame...”
5/5 – USGamer

À propos de ce jeu



You are Roy Becket, a young pilot with dreams of becoming as skilled as his adoptive father. When a galactic war with an ancient mechanical alien race reaches its boiling point, Roy is forced to spring into action and take control of an otherworldly bipedal war machine in hopes of saving what's left of humanity.

Joining Roy is a young girl who claims to have escaped the clutches of the nefarious aliens. Forever altered through horrible experimentation, she now possesses the very abilities humanity will need to push back the doomsday clock.

Together, they must battle an unrelenting army alone and reunite their shattered family.

The End of All Things is in sight. At the edge of eradication stands Astebreed.

Arcade Shooter Evolved

Astebreed takes the classic arcade shooter and breathes new life into it. Using lovingly crafted 3D models, cutting edge particle effects, and tried-and-true Japanese mecha designs, Astebreed delivers an unparalleled atmosphere of beautiful destruction.

A Full Arsenal

Roy has a considerable arsenal to combat his foes, as well. Armed with the mysterious Lucis device, Roy's mech can shoot from a distance, paint targets for precision homing attacks, and even get close for a killing blow with a powerful blade attack. No enemy shall escape your wrath, no matter where they hide.

Dynamically Changing Perspective

Your enemies are not always ahead of you. Your enemies swarm, fly and intercept, and Astebreed's dynamic perspective always keeps the action in view. Seamlessly switching between vertical, horizontal, and 3D shooter, Astebreed will keep you guessing what your next threat will be, without ever interrupting the action.

Configuration requise

    Minimum:
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP/Vista/7/8
    • Processeur : Core 2 Duo or faster
    • Graphiques : Shader Model 3.0 compatible, GeForce 8600GT (2007 model) or better
    • DirectX : Version 9.0
    • Notes supplémentaires : Controller recommended
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dsagent
( 1.7 heures en tout )
Posté le : 17 juillet
You shoot things while anime characters scream nonsense in the background.
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Rusky 丹とと し冊丹回
( 5.9 heures en tout )
Posté le : 15 juillet
Realy enjoyed this game , great fighting styles , arcade and modern combat
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Khadafi15
( 2.8 heures en tout )
Posté le : 13 juillet
Produit reçu gratuitement
very wow
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HudsonWolf
( 1.8 heures en tout )
Posté le : 11 juillet
In Astebreed, you get the opportunity to carve and blast a path of robotic carnage through gorgeous, dynamic levels in a mecha, while the second season of an anime happens in the background. You skipped the first season. It doesn't matter. This game is beautiful.

A few things to keep in mind:
- The core game is, in my experience, a couple hours at best. That said, it feels about the right length, and there are plenty of achievements to poke around for if you want more gameplay than that.
- The controls are a bit wonky. There isn't exactly an autofire because holding down either of the main fire buttons activates a different ability, but said abilities are unique and interesting enough that I thought it was a worthwhile tradeoff.
- The plot is ??? and a lot of the dialogue happens while you're fighting so it's even more difficult to follow than it would be otherwise. Realistically, though, the plot isn't why you're playing this.

Overall, if you're looking for an innovative, smooth, snazzy-looking SHMUP experience (with mechas!), look no further.
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**FADM*Sollarii**
( 1.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 8 juillet
Such a neat game I wish there were more like it. Wish this game were a bit more complex with more moves and the ability to upgrade and change designs but hey I'll take what I can get. Keep up the good work fellas.
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Feared aLIEn Voodoo
( 1.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 1 juillet
Closest thing to nirvana.
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Z-Gradt
( 4.7 heures en tout )
Posté le : 28 juin
It's a bullet hell where the perspective changes during the stage. It can be quite unforgiving after a certain stage, but it's an entertaining and well-made game, nonetheless.
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AX3LZ3R07
( 5.4 heures en tout )
Posté le : 18 juin
Very fast-paced bullet-hell shooter that is easy to learn and looks gorgeous. A straightfoward arcade-style story develops as you play so there is no break in gameplay. All the right stuff is here - a heavy arsenal of weapons that cater to a specific situation, frenzies of bullets and explosions that keep things exciting, and of course a lot of replay value. I got it while it was on sale for $5.99, but I would be willing to pay full price for how much fun it is to play.
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rlphtrcy
( 24.1 heures en tout )
Posté le : 5 juin
Awesome game, this needs a part 2, highly recommended for anime bullet hell fans!!!
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Babo
( 3.3 heures en tout )
Posté le : 30 mai
A good attempt at a different kind of mech game. Enjoyed the story but the game could use some better optimization with clunky feeling at certain parts
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1.0 heures en tout
Posté le : 1 juillet
Closest thing to nirvana.
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5 personne(s) sur 6 (83%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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47.9 heures en tout
Posté le : 1 juillet 2014
Un gameplay très actif , une sensation de puissance omniprésente sans rendre le jeu simple , des effets visuels qui carressent la rétine et différents modes de difficultés et achievements pour satisfaire les joueurs les plus acharnés.
C'est toutefois un jeu très court ( 6 chapitres d'environ 15 / 30 minutes chacun ) mais que l'on referra avec plaisir.
Ce jeu a recu un métascore de 93 et a été extrêmement bien reçu par la critique , et ce n'est pas sans raison : Astebreed est certainement l'un des meilleurs jeux ( si ce n'est le meilleur shooter ) de 2014.
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1.5 heures en tout
Posté le : 1 août 2014
excellent shoot, la méchanique de jeu est parfaite, les controles customisable a souhait (manette X360 ici) et graphiquement, c'est sublime!
la dernière claque graphique du genre était sur Sine Mora (avec l'opton 3D active)
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2.2 heures en tout
Posté le : 8 juillet 2014
A must have for everyone looking for challenge and enjoying japanese shmup.
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3.4 heures en tout
Posté le : 26 juin 2014
This game just rocks if you like mecha and shmups like me. Lots of japanese voice overs, it feels like a gundam game... but done better ! You have a choice of attacks, you can melee or shoot the ennemies, focus your fire or scatter shots... I'm just in the beginning but I really like it !
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1.6 heures en tout
Posté le : 6 juin 2014
SI vous avez ne serait-ce qu'un vague interet pour le genre, vous DEVEZ acheter ce jeu.
C'est le plus réussi depuis un moment sur quasiment tous les points.

Le gameplay est excellent.
Les musiques sont bonnes.
Les graphismes sont tout a fait corrects - si on se cantonne au genre, ils sont magnifiques.
Le rythme global du jeu est bien foutu, avec tout plein de situations différentes.
Le boss de fin est énorme.
Le jeu est accessible a tous - en tout cas, a tous ceux qui prennent le temps de faire le tuto (10 minutes) pour comprendre tout ce dont le robot qu'on pilote est capable. Et y'a quatre niveaux de difficulté.

Cerise sur le gateau, l'histoire est sympa - en tout cas, la narration, fut-elle en jap sous titrée anglais, apporte un plus indéniable a ce qui est probablement les plus cinématique des shmups a scrolling horizontal jamais fait.

Ca sera probablement le meilleur jeu de cette catégorie cette année en occident.
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4.5 heures en tout
Posté le : 29 novembre 2015
super
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136 personne(s) sur 145 (94%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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14.4 heures en tout
Posté le : 30 mai 2014
Highly recommended - without a doubt, if you're a SHMUP fan or newcomer, you'll enjoy this title. I've definitely enjoyed my time with this!

-There are a total of 6 chapters, with a boss encounter for each. Early stages can be pretty easy, but it can get difficult later on, especially on higher difficulty. It can take you a few attempts during later boss encounters before you figure out their attack pattern and take them down!

-The visuals are fantastic for a SHMUP – everything is crisp and fluid. I really love the excellent art aesthetics and the look for the mechas.

-Also, there are full Japanese voice overs for all of the characters (it's actually pretty good!) Subtitles are available, but you won't be reading much of it during intense fights.

-3 attacks are available to you (4 if you count the EX special which has 3 variants) and each attack has a secondary function. Scatter shots can lock on enemies around you, focus shots lock on enemies in a targeted direction and blade attacks can be used to dash across the screen. Destroying enemy shots with the blade will charge the EX meter faster.

-You’ll become real familiar with your arsenal – you won’t just spam one attack, especially if you’re a score chaser. You'll use blade attacks to rack up points, switch between shots depending on your position, cancel enemy projectiles with your blade, line up foes and dash across the screen with the blade dash to destroy enemies or avoid danger, and find the perfect moment to unleash your EX special to annihilate your foes.

-You can take some punishment before you die. Your "health" is your shields which recharges over time to a certain degree.

-The camera perspective will change during combat keeping each encounter fresh. It switches between side-scrolling, top-down, and 3D perspectives.

-Astebreed definitely has replayability. Hard mode is extremely challenging. You also have the option to turn on scoring to test your skills and compete against other players’ scores on the online leaderboards.

-There are unlockables! Hard mode, art, model viewer, and the ability to start with a different mecha becomes available after beating the game.
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2.0 heures en tout
Posté le : 11 février 2015
In the massive world of anime, Astebreed asks a question that may have never been asked before, and one that I have been pondering since time immemorial. What if your waifu was a giant robot with the soul of a young girl?

The answer, provided by Astebreed, is one of epic OVA proportions. But don't let yourself be fooled, there is kawaii to be found inside this world. But you must fight for it. You must fight to create a more kawaii world for everyone. Should you fail to do so, there will be no kawaii left. No more oppai. No more moe. Even otome novels will be a thing of the past. This is not a world worth living in. Ready your button fingers and slice those bullets to carve a path to a world of kawaii for everyone, a world where maybe even Sakura Angels could one day be a reality.

This game is a test of your dedication. Will you fight for this utopia to become real? Or will you run and doom everyone to a world of darkness and despair? Even your waifu? Even your own waifu?
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61 personne(s) sur 68 (90%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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7.0 heures en tout
Posté le : 20 novembre 2015
One of the best things about indie games is that it’s actually possible to be surprised by them. As great as more mainstream games might be they’ve almost inevitability been preceded by a year or more’s worth of trailers, previews, interviews, and betas. But Astebreed has been out for over a year at this point and I've never had any idea it existed until a few days ago. Now that I do I can see it’s one of the best shoot ’em-ups of last year.

Astebreed isn’t a first person shooter though, and it certainly doesn’t have any cover mechanics. It is instead an old school 2D shooter, very much in the style of genre master Treasure and classics such as Radiant Silvergun and Ikaruga. I’ve never heard of Edelweiss before but they seem to be a Japanese indie developer with only a small string of other arcade style action games to their name (after this I'm certainly going to check out earlier game Ether Vapor).

But while their appreciation for Treasure’s more traditional 2D work is obvious in every second of gameplay it’s actually Nintendo-published franchise Sin And Punishment that this game most closely resembles. The similarities come in that although in gameplay terms Astebreed is always a 2D shooter the perspective constantly changes, so that sometime it’s a traditional side-on game, sometimes a vertical scroller, and other times essentially an on-the-rails third person shooter.

The story behind the action is, of course, pure nonsense (and detailed in subtitles you never have time to read) but the cinematic stylings are hugely impressively and amongst the most technically advanced I’ve seen in the genre. The viewpoint doesn’t just switch at random, but is used to punctuate the action with the reveal of a boss or to allow for a brief respite after a punishing set piece.

Creating a top quality 2D shooter is rarely about big new ideas but instead is more like designing a good roller coaster, with the appearance and design of each wave of new enemies requiring skilled choreography that often goes unappreciated – until you play a game that gets it wrong.
Although it’s a truism that the Japanese do not use PCs to play video games that’s only generally true in terms of mainstream Western titles. The PC has always been home to a thriving market of visual novels and other low budget titles intended solely for a Japanese audience, and there’s also an active indie scene – know in Japan as dōjin soft.

Even so the graphics here are still well above the level you’d expect, with rock solid 60 frames per second action and higher than 1080p resolution. But of course it’s the gameplay that is most vital and here Astebreed also excels. You’re piloting a Gundam-ish flying robot, which has three main forms of attack: a short range sword, a focused stream of bullets, and a wider spread shot attack.

Both shooting styles can use a lock-on mechanic, with the spread shot allowing you to target enemies in a circle around you, while the focused shots can only be used for objects directly in front of you. There are some additional complications, with different attacks being used to cancel different kinds of enemy bullets and a variable use special ‘EX Attack’, but the basics are relatively simple and much more accommodating for a novice player than something like Radiant Silvergun.

In fact the game goes out of its way to try to welcome those new to the genre, with an in-depth tutorial, reasonably fair checkpoints, and three different difficulty modes. The opening prologue is also purposefully easy, which not only helps not to scare of potential players but is also extremely useful for experimenting with the game’s various systems.

As genre fans would expect there’s a complex scoring system for when you’ve got the hang of the action, although delving into that side of the game is entirely optional. The score multiplier is based around your robot’s shields, and as long as they’re still up your combos will continue to rack up whenever you make a kill using either of the two normal shot attacks. When you use a sword you bank the points but the multiplayer drops.

And again the game goes above and beyond by including a full suit of online leaderboards and achievements. There are even graphs to show the ebb and flow of your multiplier over the course of each level. Compared to other shooters, and other Japanese-dominated genres like fighting games, it’s a remarkably complete package that doesn’t use its niche status as an excuse not to include basic functions.

In strictest terms Astebreed doesn’t do anything new in the genre, but within that context this is one of the best examples of its breed in years. It’s especially good for newcomers and although it certainly gets very hard towards the end the game’s not spiteful about its difficultly level, and it does its best to help you succeed. I wouldn’t even really call it a bullet hell game, for although the screen certainly does get bus it doesn’t require rote learning or supernatural arcade skills to progress.

Regardless of genre Astebreed is simply an excellent video game, with well balanced gameplay, great graphics and art design, and an interesting and varied challenge despite the short running time. That all this should be the work of an unknown indie developer just makes it all the more impressive, and all the more worthy of your time and money.
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