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Tras un velo de secretismo, el malvado Imperio está creando un ejército terrible, uno que una vez terminado se convertirá en el último engranaje del arsenal de terror y dominación del Imperio. ¿Tu misión?
Fecha de lanzamiento: 15 Feb 1995

Comprar Star Wars: Dark Forces

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Acerca del juego

Tras un velo de secretismo, el malvado Imperio está creando un ejército terrible, uno que una vez terminado se convertirá en el último engranaje del arsenal de terror y dominación del Imperio.

¿Tu misión? Unirte a la división secreta de operaciones de la Alianza Rebelde, infiltrarte en el Imperio y luchar contra todos los hombres y máquinas que el Imperio pueda reunir. Busca pistas por una inmensa galaxia, ataca las bases enemigas. Todo en un intento desesperado para detener la activación de esta nueva arma temible.

  • Entornos completamente interactivos: paredes y suelos cambiantes, plataformas móviles, cintas transportadoras y relistas efectos atmosféricos y de iluminación
  • Combate terrestre en primera persona. 10 armas a tu disposición para luchar contra 20 clases de enemigos
  • Explora de cerca el universo virtual de Star Wars
  • Escala pasarelas, mira y dispara hacia arriba y hacia abajo, salta y agárrate a salientes, ábrete paso a través de la basura

Requisitos del sistema

    • SO: Windows 2000 / XP / Vista
    • Procesador: 486 o superior
    • Memoria: 16 MB de RAM
    • Gráficos: DirectX
    • DirectX®: DirectX 5.2
    • Disco Duro: 80 MB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Dispositivo de 16 bits

    • Nota: Debido a la antigüedad de este título, los usuarios pueden sufrir problemas de compatibilidad si utilizan un hardware actual. Por favor, consulta los foros para tener más información.
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If you don't like old games, read no further.

The graphics are pretty good for the time.

The controls aren't bad.

The gameplay and level set up, AMAZING. Much better, more fun, and far greater than any newer games. If you can put aside graphics and the age of the game, it's really great. 14 difficult levels, very much so worth it's price. I play a lot of star wars games, and I have to say the Jedi Knights and dark forces games are da bomb.

Get this game.
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A very Doom-esq game from when FPSs where just coming around. The game has an old charm that I found pretty enjoyable although it did suffer from some infamous "WTF do I do" points Lucas Arts had a fetish for back in the day. Overall though, fun game with some difficult puzzle elements for its time.
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Many call this game just a Doom clone, but of course it's not as simple as that. Like most games from the early days of the (partial) 3D first-person shooter genre, Dark Forces builds on what was established by its predecessors. It takes Doom's formula, uses it as the foundations and creates something new and improved (just like Doom did with Wolfenstein 3D). From a gameplay perspective it is quite similar, but a number of key features have been added which were quite new in 1995.

In addition to all the typical stuff you'd expect from a mid-1990s shooter, Dark Forces also allows the player to aim vertically (this can however only be done using the numpad; the mouse is used for horizontal aiming instead). Other features added by the Jedi engine are the ability to jump and crouch and a number of atmospheric effects. Some missions require the use of a headlamp, night vision, gas mask, special boots and other tools. The player can also throw thermal detonators (explosives).

Dark Forces is set in the Star Wars universe. Since it is a licensed production, everything from the visuals and sound effects have a distinct feel. If you enjoyed the original trilogy of Star Wars (episodes IV, V and VI), this game will certainly make feel you nostalgic. The levels are slightly less abstract than Doom, but they are still very well designed and quite complicated, also forcing the player to think by adding various puzzles throughout. Dark Forces has a total of 14 missions and during the course of the game you will see aesthetically different environments.

Besides differences gameplay and visuals, Dark Forces is also more story-focused than the Doom games. You play as Kyle Katarn, a mercenary recruited by the Rebel Alliance, one that used to work for the Galactic Empire. The plot begins shortly before the events of Stars Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, but gradually takes you past the ending of the film and takes place between A New Hope and Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. It's not masterful storytelling, but the simple plot and visually pleasant cutscenes make the game more engaging.

Overall, the game's numerous mechanical improvements and technological advancements make it a natural successor to Doom 2, adding variety to the Doom gameplay formula. Star Wars: Dark Forces was a brilliant game for its time; since then it has influenced other amazing titles (such as Duke Nukem 3D) and remains a classic.

NOTE: The Steam re-release of this game isn't entirely up to scratch. Upon launching the game, you will experience terrible performance issues (especially when there are multiple enemies on screen). It's nothing that a quick Google search can't fix, but it should be in-game from the get-go.
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Enjoyed doom? Enjoy star wars? Well, this is like putting both of those into a blender. You get Star Wars: Dark Forces. This game was originally on the first playstation. I'd buy this game instead of The Ultimate Doom any second, minute, hour, day, week, month, year, or century. This game should run on your computer... unless it's more than 20 years old.

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