Guide three sociopathic apprentices through an open world filled with caves, castles and underground cities as you search for your kidnapped teacher. Discover countless secrets, loot hidden treasure troves, and decapitate your enemies. Or immolate them. Or smack them in the face with fruit.
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Çıkış Tarihi: 1 Tem 2014

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Küratörler Tarafından Öneriliyor

"A 2D side-scroller action RPG with comedic dialogue. But the genius in this game is in its simplicity. *Has 6 Trading Cards*"


“From top to bottom it impresses, at once both fresh and fun, and suffers very few missteps along the way.”
Leaderboard #5 –

“Polished. If you had to describe Magicians & Looters in one word, that would be it.”
9/10 –

“This game is a testament to both sarcasm and self-awareness in RPGs. It's really really funny.”

Bu Oyun Hakkında

High above the lame Mortal Realm rests the cloud-wreathed towers of the Wizard Keep.
It is a place where robes never go out of style, and beards are totally awesome.

But then the badguys attack, and Versimos is kidnapped!

Luckily for Versimos, he has three students who will stop at nothing to get a passing grade, and if that means rescuing their teacher from the treacherous Morg Mountains, then so be it.

Brent - Wields a sword. Kind of boring.
Nyn - Wields two swords. Awesome.
Vienna - Commits murder with her bare hands. Talks to cats. Doesn't wear shoes.

  • Leveling system built around exploration, not grinding.
  • Abridged Mode will abbreviate all the game's dialogue, keeping the focus on the action.
  • Completionist-friendly loot system. All weapons/items have a reserved slot in your inventory and a hint as to their general location.
  • Equipment possesses both benefits and drawbacks. Creative combinations yield the best results.

Sistem Gereksinimleri

    • OS: Windows XP or newer
    • Memory: 600 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 1280 x 720 resolution or better
    • Hard Drive: 1500 MB available space
Yararlı müşteri incelemeleri
8 kişiden 6 tanesi (75%) bu incelemeyi yararlı buldu
kayıtlarda 13.5 saat
Yayınlanma: 17 Nisan
Metroidvania with a really good balance between combat and platforming. There's a little bit of backtracking here and there but mostly for items and not actually progressing the main quest. The story, characters and script are original but the dialogue (especially among your party characters) can be hit or miss at times. The music score is good. It reminds me of the music in Super Metroid, mostly serving as background environment music, so you'll either notice it or you won't. (Except for the warp rooms. You'll always notice the music there.)

There's little reason to play this game a second time though, unless you're hunting for achievements. And if you're hunting for achievements, keep in mind there is an achievement that requires you to beat the game within a time limit of 2 hours.
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1 kişiden 1 tanesi (100%) bu incelemeyi yararlı buldu
kayıtlarda 2.7 saat
Yayınlanma: 3 Ağustos
I usually don't write reviews but this game is pretty awesome. Granted it looks like something between a Super Nintendo and a Playstation game but that is part of it's charm. If you are looking for a a good Metroidvania type game, this is it. Good grahpics, good sound, and mostly importantly a fun game with funny dialog. Also, full xbox 360 controller support. Beware the fruit!
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35 kişiden 28 tanesi (80%) bu incelemeyi yararlı buldu
kayıtlarda 3.1 saat
Yayınlanma: 1 Temmuz, 2014
This is a very fun game, I love combat platformers!

You start out with only a sword and a shield and must fight your way through the Wizardry school. Later on, you can switch to other characters at camps you find, in order to use their unique skills and moves to progress in the game. If you are pretty good at using shields/dodging in video games, you can avoid almost all damage. This game relies on player skill alot.

There's alot of dialogues/ story to read through ( you can choose to lower the amount of dialogues if that's not your kind of thing ) and you can play the game with a controller. There's also tons of secret areas/secrets to find! If you cannot complete a certain room, think about your other characters abilities or come back later when you find a skill that will help you complete that room!


-Good retro feeling.
-Good music.
-The art style is very nice.


-The character/monster animations are a bit weird.
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36 kişiden 25 tanesi (69%) bu incelemeyi yararlı buldu
kayıtlarda 1.8 saat
Yayınlanma: 1 Temmuz, 2014
Art style is beautiful. Animations are fantastic. Combat is fluid and responsive. Story is very funny and well written. There are tons of small touches that really make the difference as well. Coins flying out of dropped money bags, leaves falling from trees as you jump through them, etc. Great game, definitely pick it up!

Don't pay attention to my time played. Picked it up in the Groupees Greenlight 5 bundle and have more time in than Steam has registered.
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14 kişiden 12 tanesi (86%) bu incelemeyi yararlı buldu
kayıtlarda 5.9 saat
Yayınlanma: 10 Temmuz, 2014
Although it will feel very familiar to fans of the genre, Magicians & Looters is a very different kind of Metroidlike that stands out first and foremost for its irreverence. At a glance, you could mistake it for generic fantasy fare, but it's actually out to lampoon the setting, and unlike so many games that make an attempt at humor, it manages to be amusing. You get the feeling that these guys would say or do anything for a laugh with the jokes ranging from knowingly bad voice-acting to the quip-filled dialogue, but they hit the mark often enough that it remains enjoyable throughout. If the game did nothing else well, it might be worth playing just for the laughs.

You wouldn't be wrong to show some degree of skepticism towards a satirical video game. Games that parody other games have become dime-a-dozen, and frequently, their devotion to sending up their target leads to the would-be satirists committing the same crimes that they're supposedly critiquing. Magicians & Looters, however, backs up its parody with solid design of its own that usually manages to cleverly side-step the issues that it mocks. It draws liberal influence from Castlevania: Symphony of the Night in particular, with several direct references that will make any fan smile, but despite wearing their fandom on their sleeves, Morgopolis have just enough ideas of their own to keep their game interesting.

The gameplay mostly sticks to the tried and true formula for Metroidlikes with the player exploring a series of caverns, forests, and castle interiors while gaining new abilities and fighting enemies with melee attacks and spells, but it's very adept at this style. Little things bring Magicians & Looters into its own, such as the inclusion of three distinct characters with unique play-styles, balanced leveling that makes it impossible to grind, and a Lightning mode that increases the player's speed and power, making them almost invincible. The power-ups, with one or two notable exceptions, are the reliable staples of the genre such as the slide, wall jump, and high jump, and the selection of items is not nearly as vast as what we've seen in the various Castlevanias, but the items that are featured all have their own advantages and disadvantages that cater to different play styles in a manner of which Castlevania really only played lip-service. The level design is also very good with backtracking being kept to mostly a minimum but also with enough to explore that you never feel led by the hand. The only major tweak I would have made to this aspect is to give the player the ability to change characters at any time as you can only do this in save rooms and certain routes require a specific character's abilities. This may have been done to increase the difficulty or to simplify the action, but considering that the game fails to make it clear when to use which character, the necessity of returning to the nearest camp to switch between characters significantly slows the pace of the game.

As strong as some aspects of M&L are, the game falters considerably in its production values, made all the more stinging by how much the Castlevania and Metroid games have excelled in this category. Now, I would be the last person to write off a game for not having state of the art visuals, but the art design is, to be frank, ugly. The drawings look very amateur, and the color palette is ghastly, full of shades of brown, yellow, gray, and orange. Furthermore, the characters, most especially the common enemies, lack distinctive visual characteristics, looking rather crude and generic. This game may have been low budget and farcical, but that's no excuse for such a bland style. Some people have suggested that ungraceful visuals were deliberate, and the even more rudimentary concept art that can be seen in the game's credits lends support to that theory, but if this was done for humor's sake, they should have realized that bad artwork is not necessarily funny artwork. Whatever the reason there may be for the poor style, this area of the game feels rather sloppy and does not live up to the pedigree set by others in this genre. The animation is slightly better than the art but still not great, and the music, while more adequate than the visuals, won't be remembered for long once the game is finished.

With games like Guacamelee, Valdis Story: Abyssal City, and Cave Story, there has been no shortage of decent Metroidlikes for PC in recent years, but even if it is lacking polish in certain areas, Magicians & Looters more than earns its place among them with its unique sense of humor and enjoyable gameplay. If you've never played an adventure-platformer in this vein before, it may not be the greatest place to start, but seasoned fans shouldn't hesitate to dig in. This love-letter to Castlevania is a real treat to behold.
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