Dark Forces™ a été la référence pour les jeux d'action à la première personne dans l'univers de Star Wars®. Aujourd'hui Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II reprend le flambeau... avec encore plus de possibilités offertes au joueur, et plus de puissance, avec des graphismes 3D éblouissants.
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Date de parution: 9 oct 1997

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À propos de ce jeu

Dark Forces™ a été la référence pour les jeux d'action à la première personne dans l'univers de Star Wars®. Aujourd'hui Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II reprend le flambeau... avec encore plus de possibilités offertes au joueur, et plus de puissance, avec des graphismes 3D éblouissants. Vous incarnez Kyle Katarn et vous devez prendre votre sabre laser et apprendre à maîtriser la Force pour devenir un Chevalier Jedi. Affrontez d'anciens ennemis... Greedo, Boosk, ou les stormtroopers. Ainsi que de nouveaux ennemis... sept Jedi du côté obscur ont prévu d'utiliser le pouvoir d'un ancien cimetière pour un mal inégalable. Ne vous inquiétez pas une seule seconde : votre arsenal de 10 armes et plus de 12 pouvoirs de la Force feront de vous une menace avec laquelle ils devront compter.
  • Un jeu solo ou multijoueur via un modem, un réseau local ou Internet. 9 niveaux multijoueur
  • De nouveaux environnements 3D, avec des personnages animés en 3D dans 21 niveaux de longue haleine
  • Rencontrez sept jedi du côté obscur, chacun d'eux possédant des pouvoirs uniques
  • Compatible avec une grande variété de cartes graphiques 3D
  • De l'action Star Wars intense dans une toute nouvelle histoire pleine de danger et d'aventure - prendrez-vous le chemin le plus rapide et facile comme l'a fait Dark Vador ou serez-vous plus patient pour prendre l'autre voie afin de devenir Chevalier Jedi ?
Si vous choisissez le côté lumineux :
  • Entraînez-vous pour devenir un Chevalier Jedi - apprenez à maîtriser le Sabre Laser et découvrez 4 capacités spéciales de padawan
  • Utilisez des pouvoirs exclusifs au côté lumineux : le soin, la persuasion (pour les faibles d'esprit), l'aveuglement et l'absorption.
Ou alors choisissez le côté obscur :
  • Utilisez votre entraînement de Chevalier Jedi et vos capacités de padawan pour devenir un agent du mal.
  • Utilisez des pouvoirs exclusifs au côté obscur : la saisie à distance (à utiliser lors d'un manque de foi inquiétant), le lancer de la Force, les éclairs d'énergie et la destruction.

Configuration requise

    • Système d'exploitation : Windows 2000, XP ou Vista
    • Processeur : Pentium 90
    • Mémoire Vive : 16 Mo
    • Carte Graphique : DirectX
    • DirectX® : DirectX 5.2 ou supérieur
    • Espace disque : 700 Mo d'espace disque disponible
    • Son : Carte son 16-bit
    • Multijoueur : 8 joueurs via IPX ou TCP/IP. Pentium 133

    • Remarque : En raison de l'ancienneté de ce titre, les joueurs peuvent rencontrer quelques problèmes de compatibilité liés à leur matériel actuel. Reportez-vous forum (Anglais) pour plus d'information.
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11 personne(s) sur 12 (92%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 14 mars
Cette évaluation négative ne porte pas sur le jeu lui-même (qui possède toujours un charme certain - je vais y revenir) mais sur la mise à disposition dans le magasin d'une version non adaptée à nos PC des années 2010. La version proposée est tout simplement celle de 1997 par ailleurs amputée de la bande originale. Ce manque est en tout point regrettable car le jeu perd énormément en force (c'est le cas de le dire) sans la partition magnifique de John Williams.
En l'état, jouer à Dark Forces II est très problématique (je vous renvoie aux messages des joueurs dans le forum du jeu pour vous faire une idée) ; il faut consentir à tremper les mains dans la tripaille des fichiers pour essayer de le configurer sur sa machine et avec un peu de chance, réussir à y jouer sans trop de grosses concessions au confort. Pour ma part, je n'ai eu qu'à subir des plantages systématiques lors de chacune de mes sauvegardes manuelles.
Voilà pour le gros point noir de cette édition !

Dark Forces II reste toujours l'un des jeux les plus emblématiques de la série Star Wars et l'un de mes plus fort souvenirs de joueur PC. Je dispose toujours d'ailleurs de la boîte cartonnée avec les 2 CDs et le manuel achetée 199 francs en 1998...
De Dark Forces, il reprend le personnage central, Kyle Katarn mais toute la partie technique est repensée à l'aune des avancées technologiques de la fin des années 90 : accélération graphique, rendu sonore, 3D intégrale.
Ce qui a fait la force de ce jeu, c'est l'apparition (pour la première fois) du sabre laser, l'intégration de cinématiques filmées dans le pur esprit Star Wars, une architecture des niveaux très bien conçue, une musique inoubliable.
Aujourd'hui, la magie peut toujours opérer mais toutes les conditions ne sont pas réunies ici pour que l'on puisse jouir pleinement de ce jeu.
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5 personne(s) sur 5 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 30 mars
hormis le fait qu'il faut s'y connaitre un peu pour vraimment avoir le jeux avec les cinématiques etc en plein ecran , sous une platforme qui depasse windows 2000/NT , cela reste un bon jeu le gros moins qui me fera baisser ma note est le support de steam envers ce jeu ( c'est à dire aucun ) , car c'est peut etre un vieu jeu mais l'editeur ne fourni plus non plus de support et pourtant le jeu est toujours en vente le minimum serai de le rendre compatible pour les systèmes actuels .

Je vais cependant fournir la solution ( faire ce qui normalement devrait être le travail du support ) , pour l'avoir en plein ecran au complet , tout dabors telecharger ce patch fix 3d : " http://www.mediafire.com/download/07vkichnvn7p5z7/jkultimate15.zip " , ensuite extraire les fichiers dans "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Star Wars Jedi Knight" ( C: , étant la lettre de mon disque dur ou steam est installer la votre n'est peut être pas la même ) , ensuite faite click droit sur le jeu depuis la bibliothèque de steam dans les jeux installer , définir des catégorie , cacher ce jeu à ma bibliothèque , ceci n'est pas obligatoire en ce qui concerne de cacher le jeu mais c'est préferable pour eviter de le voir 2 fois dans liste des jeux , ensuite ajoutez le jeu comme ci vous l'avez acheter ailleurs que sur steam , donc ajoutez un jeu non steam ensuite clickez sur parcourrir car il ne sera pas dans la liste , rendez-vous à "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Star Wars Jedi Knight" et choissez ce fichier : JK.exe , lancez le jeu et la miracle il est en plein ecran pas obliger de regarder les cinématiques en mode fenêtrer ainsi que le menu car en plein jeu sans cette manip le jeu est quand même en plein ecran mais seulement en pleine partie , au niveau des cinématiques et du menu , on les voyais apparaitre en ecran fenetrer ce qui est assez dommage car les cinématiques sont superbe dans ce jeu encore pour le menu c'est passable .

Sinon méthode encore plus simple , mais vous ne l'aurez pas dans votre menu steam . Apres avoir installer le patch fix 3d , créer un raccourci du fichier JK.exe sur le bureau ou ailleurs et ne lancer le jeu que a partir de la . ( Attention ) : ne créer pas le racourci depuis steam sinon le jeu se lancera depuis le systeme de lancement steam et cela ne changera rien il faut que vous creez le racourci depuis "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Star Wars Jedi Knight\JK.exe" , voili voilou :) , en espérant avoir aider quelques joueurs appréciant ce jeu .

Ma note : 7/10
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110 personne(s) sur 133 (83%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
2 personnes ont trouvé cette évaluation amusante
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Posté le : 7 janvier
Honestly steam should be ashamed of themselves for offering this title and the rest of its series without win7/8 support or even at the very least a warning that they don't work.. all you get now is a worthless game less money and no way to ask for a refund.. avoid like the plague!

That said this is possibly the best star wars FPS ever made.


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It appears we have been heard, now it actually lets you know that there is a chance it wont work on modern systems.. of course its hidden pretty well but at least its there.. a drastic improvement from over 2 years ago.

Still a massive case of Buyer Beware.. seriously just get the game on GoG.. they at least make sure their stuff works or refund you if it doesnt.
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51 personne(s) sur 67 (76%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
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Posté le : 9 janvier
Dark Forces 2 is one of the best games ever made. It's a great second installment on the story of Kyle Katarn and his epic adventures throughout the galaxy.

Then why am I NOT recommending this? Simple: Steam and whoever else is involved do not support this game AT ALL. From the moment I have installed this game, nothing but compatibility issues have bubbled up, and after several hours of troubleshooting, I now have a game that crashes for no apparent reason. What's amazing is that each time you play, new bugs show up. I'm sure that there is no way I could ever finish this game as the bugs are thicker than welfare recipients at a detroit mcdonalds.

Steam: I highly recommend you fix this disaster. You know what you have done, and it's proabably not that hard to fix on your side. Just make it useable for OSs after XP and we are golden.
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25 personne(s) sur 28 (89%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 11 février
I would stay away from this version of Dark Forces II. While the game itself is great and a lot of fun, the version steam has doesn't run well on modern computers. The issues with this game are pretty varied some examples are the coloring gets distorted, framerate issues, crashes when you go to change options, etc. After trying to fix the game for about an hour or so I eventually gave up.
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21 personne(s) sur 27 (78%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 1 février
Sadly: this game hasn't been updated properly for modern hardware or OS; it was just dumped on steam.

However, if you can get through the hoops of getting it to run and install a few mods to update the visuals, it's great.

Pros

- Complex, huge levels that don't treat you like an idiot

- Great in game live action movies, a little dated but charming none the less

Cons

- Due to the age, the lightsaber animations and hit detection is very poor, it is difficult to sell if you will make contact

- The levels are almost large and open ended to the point, withput patience, you will be frustrated and possibly give up.


Overall: In my opinion, level design wise, this is the best of the Jedi Knight series and probably the best levels of any starwars title. As mentioned though, you may have a few hoops to jump through to get the game operating properly.
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16 personne(s) sur 19 (84%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 6 février
I DO RECOMMEND THIS GAME, HOWEVER YOU MUSTN'T PLAY IT ON STEAM, whether you're replaying it from your childhood or playing it for the first time. The Steam version has NO MUSIC, seriously. That famous Star Wars music is gone and you play the levels in silence bar the sound effects. This isn't even some licensing issue, it's a problem that's never been fixed.

Additionally, all cutscenes and menus are played in a small window - the game actually goes from fullscreen into a small window in the corner when you finish a level or pause it. There are graphical bugs some people have problems with which require tweaking, and many mods and patches don't work with the Steam version.

The real version of this Good Old Game dot com can be bought elsewhere, and this version I do recommend...
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13 personne(s) sur 14 (93%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 5 février
Here, children, is how NOT to re-release a game. Note that I'm not judging the gameplay itself-- I haven't gotten to experience that, thanks to how they put no effort into making sure it was compatible before putting both games up for $11 total.

Yup, it's pretty well-known at this point that the Steam edition of both DFII and MotS are broken. I mean, I've fixed a lot of games myself for Windows 7. Guess what? I actually CAN'T! Even if I got past the framerate issues and color problems (which I was, by literally shutting down explorer.exe along with doing all this other ♥♥♥♥ just for a 90's Star Wars game), the soundtrack's gone. It was on the disc directly read, and the lazy ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥s who ported this to Steam didn't think it was necessary to bring over the soundtrack that makes a Star Wars game a freakin' Star Wars game.

Overall, 1/10. Broken PoS. Note that this is a score for the re-release. I was excited to play it, as it's supposedly the best Star Wars game ever made (arguably, of course there are some people who prefer Battlefront, KotOR, etc). However, I didn't get to play the game they were charging for because what's more of a joke than this game's compatibility is how much of an ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ Lucas happens to be.
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But don't worry, there IS a solution! Star Wars week(s) on GOG, came as a surprise and the games it brought was even more surprising, stuff we never thought we'd see again. If you aren't aware of what GOG is, sit down and I'll tell you what's up. Perhaps you've heard of The Witcher franchise... maybe? Okay, whatever. Well, they're a team based in Poland that also happens to have a site called GOG, where they legally sell games DRM-free and have excellent support teams for issues that come up. Perhaps what I like the most about the site, though, is how they do everything they can to FIX the game for modern platforms. This game works in widescreen 1080p without any of the bugs (it even has the soundtrack working properly, and the "No CD" error is gone) if you get the GOG Edition. Get it there, and thanks to GOG for saving yet another classic. $6 for not just a fully Windows 7/8-ified Dark Forces 2, but a similarly fixed Mysteries of the Sith comes with it at no extra cost. GOG is officially better than Steam when it comes to old games.

Want to play this game the way it was meant to be played? The link below takes you directly to GOG's $6 fully patched DF2+MotS bundle.
http://www.gog.com/game/star_wars_jedi_knight_dark_forces_ii
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10 personne(s) sur 12 (83%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 10 février
Don't get me wrong it's a really good FPS/Jedi simulator – when I played it the first time when it came out - it was a good experience, BUT the steam version is a total mess:
-all the music that supposed to be in the game is missing
-the cutscenes and menu is in a small window
-bad compatibility with modern systems
I wasted a lot of time and frustrations to find how to fix the problems with this game and I really don't want anybody else to go through this hell of a mass, so save yourself the problem -go & buy the GOG version instead
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13 personne(s) sur 19 (68%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 11 février
This game runs perfectly well in 1280*768 16bit on Windows 7 64 bit with absolutely no tweaking or configuring. The initial setup screen runs in windowed mode but the full game runs full screen with no glitches.

A lot of the comments about it not running seem to include windows 7, that isnt the case, if you're running windows 8+ you should expect nothing old to run, M$ made no effort to make it backwards compliant.

Steam might well suck, have lots of DRM issues and lazy cash cow milking attitude in updating releases and selling old tat for top dollar but just be up front about that rather than making up crap about games not working.
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8 personne(s) sur 10 (80%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 13 février
Highly recommended this version of Star Wars Jedi Knight be avoided. The Steam version is not up-to-date to run on most modern systems (mine, especially).
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Posté le : 13 janvier
Jedi Knight, the follow up FPS to Dark Forces was and still is one of the best FPS games to date. The only thing that didn't age well in this game is the graphics. The models can look horrible at times, but overall the immense levels create a sense of immersion rarely seen in games these days. The level design is top notch, the length of each level is very long, and the variety of weapons is perfect. This is a Star Wars game at its best. The storyline is well done too, though the video produced cutscenes are cheesy at best, but at least they keep the story going, and the story gives you reason and meaning to why you are fighting. I did have some issues with the game. The amount of times that I died and had to restart from a save from a long time ago was very frustrating. I wish this game had auto save, which would have been perfect when specific goals on your objectives were completed. Also, the lack of the audio music from Star Wars (which was played from the CD in the original format) is absent in this Steam version. I watched the credits without any Star Wars music, and throughout the game it was the same.

This game is a classic. If you love Star Wars and don't mind the dated graphics, you're in for a great adventure. Highly recommended.
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3 personne(s) sur 3 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 13 février
What a blast from the past! Back in the day, these dated graphics were awesome! Great story, fun gameplay and its Star Wars! I have noticed a lot of bad reviews about modern systems, I'm running it with no problems on Windows 7 64bit Pro.
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Posté le : 12 février
What is it with Nar Shadda? The place has featured at least three times over the course of the Dark Forces Saga and once in KOTOR II, and it was the weakest part of the game every time. There's just something about the Smuggler's Moon that lends itself to rubbish level design.

Anyway, after checking a few guides on getting the damn thing to run, I finally got Dark Forces II to play. The game starts out a bit rocky, as most of your ammunition is scavanaged off of your fallen enemies, an ineffective strategy when about half of your enemies come at you with good old fisticuffs. This led to a few occasions when I had to take out a dozen enemies with six blaster shots and my own punches, and sadly it seems Kyle hasn't been working out quite like he used to as the fists that could once drop a Kell Dragon are barely enough to put down passing thugs.

Fortunately once you get off Nar Shadda, enemies are universally packing heat, and the game starts to come to life. Ugly, early full-3D life, but life nonetheless. The level design is somewhere between the original Dark Force's nonlinear approach and Jedi Outcast's straight shot from start to finish, and manages to have the strengths and weaknesses of both. The levels are truly impressive in size, and lead to some memorable setpieces (most dramatic, if relatively brief, of which is a scene when you're left trying to sprint for the hangar bay of a ship in freefall), but they also follow a highly specific thread of advancement that, while not so bad as Dark Force's tendancy to block off progression to people who can't use sideways moon logic, still can leave you poking around a level for half an hour looking for the solitary path forward. Perhaps they felt the necessity due to the actual presence of maps in the game, but the locations beat out Jedi Outcasts in that their layout actually seems to have something to do with the location you're alledgedly visiting (for example, a starship whose rooms are actually laid out in the shape of a starship).

However, despite the strengths I mention, I ultimately can't recommend the game because its sprawling design isn't quite as good as Dark Forces, and its storyline isn't as good as Jedi Outcast's, lacking relatable characters and quite often much of a plot at all. For example, once you aquire a lightsaber from your father's droid, you start using Force powers without training, or indeed any exposition that you had any Force potential at all (the lightsaber isn't even your father's, so a hereditary connection isn't implied either). Just "here's a lightsaber, start using superpowers." Not to mention the lightsaber is basically useless in this game. Sure it can deflect blaster shots if you're facing in the right direction, but I ultimatley wound up using my normal weapons for 99% of the game, only pulling out my lightsaber to cut open grates and fight the bosses.

Speaking of which, apart from the game's tendancy to dump you somewhere with not much more than a cursory mention of why you were there (such as letting me run around in a fuel depot for an hour before I actually realize that I'm trying to use it to sneak onto a ship through the fuel lines), the bosses are also generally pretty weak. Unlike the first enemy you make in the game, the sleazy protocol droid 8t88, who obvious can't put up anything resembling a fight, all of the bosses are the main villain Jerec's Dark Jedi cronies, who mostly just stand around in the background of expository cutscenes until they randomly turn up at the end of certain levels for a boss fight apiece. Who are they? Dunno. A smug twit, a domanatrix, a big-guy-little-guy alien duo, and a giggling Twi'lek who I'm reasonably certain was brain damaged. That's about the extent of characterization you get. As for the fight themselves, they weren't as luck-based as Jedi Outcast and Academy's Dark Jedi fights, but they gave very little indication of how well you were doing so I usually just jumped around clicking my very slow attack button until the bad guy fell down.

Ultimately, between the compatibility issues with modern machines, the weak plot, and the occasionally frustrating gameplay (looking at you, rocket Stormtroopers), I can't really recommend bothering with this entry just to enjoy its middling-quality level design.
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4 personne(s) sur 5 (80%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 24 mai
Force Grip.
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2 personne(s) sur 2 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 6 mai
Jedi Knight Dark Forces II is the first "real" part in the Jedi Knight saga. It features The Valley of the Jedi which is the foundation of the lore in the upcoming games.

The story is very, very driven by the actors in the cutscenes, and these cutscenes are the only ones in FMV throughout the series. FMV was a thing of the mid 90's and it really works in these games.

Dark Forces II was a part of my childhood and I have a lot of nostalgia attached to it. That being said, the game has not aged too well. A lot of the levels are fun and you can use both a lightsaber and force powers. Both of these are no where near perfected and Dark Forces II is one of the few games with force powers that you can complete without using Force Powers a single time.

The system where you choose Force Powers is not perfect (you don't even HAVE to choose a single power if you don't want to) and the fact that the number of Secret Areas you discover determine the overall number of "Force Stars" is just a dumb idea.

Thumbs up for the fact that you can choose between Light vs Dark side, but other than that... no it is not the best aged of games. The graphics are really bad on your own character model, but work better on for instance Storm Troopers. Sound effects are really good, but the overall level design is just not on par with many other games from the era - such as Quake II.

The Jedi boss battles are really, really not good. The clunky design of the lightsaber just makes these battles forgettable. The actors are however very good and each jedi has maybe the best personalities of the whole series because of this. Gameplay is, however lacking.

It is, on the other hand, short and gives a good back story to the following 2 games in the series. The actors are likable and the "evil ending" features a really cool cutscene.

Summary:

Positive
+ Nostalgia value
+ FMV Cutscenes
+ Force Powers
+ Sound effects
+ Somewhat cool story
+ Actors

Negative
- Graphics
- Level design
- Jedi Fights
- Overall Gameplay

Summary
If you want a back story to the following games, or if you like retro gaming this is the thing for you. Otherwise.... check out the cutscenes on YouTube before playing Jedi Knight II.
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5 personne(s) sur 8 (63%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 20 février
Every single technical issue for modern computers & OS' mentioned in the negative reviews can be fixed via community patches (apart from the lack of fullscreen menus) including the lack of game music. See the forums for this game.
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Posté le : 17 mai
The only thing I didn't like about the game was the cutscenes
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Posté le : 8 février
Buggy as hell. DO NOT BUY
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Posté le : 6 mars
The game itself is obviously still great, but I could not get this to work on my Q6600/HD 6850. Supposedly it will work with an AMD GPU if you use older drivers but I'm not doing that.

The GOG release works flawlessly and includes the expansion - get it there instead.
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