O prólogo para o RPG ganhador de prêmios da Radon Labs, Drakensang: The River of Time introduz uma nova história no universo de Drakensang. A nova história traz várias inovações e novos elementos de jogo, tanto para jogadores experientes como para novos jogadores, que irão se atirar no fascinante cenário de fantasia medieval RPG de...
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Data de lançamento: 11/jan/2011

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O prólogo para o RPG ganhador de prêmios da Radon Labs, Drakensang: The River of Time introduz uma nova história no universo de Drakensang. A nova história traz várias inovações e novos elementos de jogo, tanto para jogadores experientes como para novos jogadores, que irão se atirar no fascinante cenário de fantasia medieval RPG de Drakensang: The River of Time.
A partir de Middenrealm de Aventuria, na cidade de Ferdok, a história dos jogos leva os jogadores até o Rio Grande à cidade de Nadoret. Muitas lendas míticas se entrelaçam em torno deste rio e que também irão fluir até a trama principal. A história irá conter mais reviravoltas do que em Drakensang: Com todo o lugar que o jogador visita, a visão dele sobre as coisas irão mudar. Dependendo da escolha de caráter e comportamento, novas oportunidades e uma série de missões aparecerão.
Vivendo em um barco, jogadores irão experimentar uma enorme variedade de missões RPG. Haverá dois novos arquétipos de personagem novos para jogar, toneladas de novos inimigos e monstros, bem como itens de equipamentos.
Duas novas classes de heróis: os Geodos (raro druidas Aventurian dos anões) e os habitantes Gjalskerland (bárbaros tenazes e duros).
Avançado modo experiente e níveis de dificuldade ajustáveis.

Requisitos de sistema

    • OS: XP / Vista / 7
    • Processor: 2.8 GHz or faster
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM ( 2 GB RAM for Windows Vista / 7)
    • Graphics: 256 MB DirectX 9.0 compatible
    • DirectX®: 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 5.5 GB
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0 compatible sound card
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14 de 17 pessoas (82%) acharam esta análise útil
3.7 hrs registradas
Publicada: 28 de dezembro de 2015
8.8/10 - Most overlooked game ever!

It feels good to find a gem like this once in a while. Not tons of reviews or attention but it should have got some! In an age of MMORPG games, this game stayed hidden. Single player only, but the maps and story are awesome. I can't stop playing this one. Some of the best locations, graphics and city detail I have seen in this genre.

The combat style is different than you would expect for a game such as this. If there was a more active combat system for this game it would have been legendary. Overall, I will keep adding some hours to this game and look to finish it. It appears the main storyline can be completed in about 20 hours.

I'd pay the $20.

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Publicada: 12 de janeiro
Review for Drakensang: The River of Time
Pros
    Gameplay: The game is very interesting i would even say it was a hidden gem because i hadn't heard about it at all, world felt real in it's own right, everything felt smooth and was very interesting till the very end.

    Story: It was very interesting, there where times when it felt like meh but this game has choices, you can decide what you do who you save or with whom you side which gives this game replay value which is very good, Main story was interesting because you were left in dark for very long time and i didn't know what will happen who is who and so on it was very interesting, Side quests were very good, they were interesting didn't repeat and were worth searching and completing.

    Skills: I liked how i learn new skill, you need to find trainer and learn from them and 1 trainer can't teach everything for you so there are several ( blacksmith, Guard captain, Healer etc.) only thing with leveling up that was meh was that for example to improve magic spells all i have to do i spend points in character screen.


Cons
    Technical: Loading time was awful for me in all big locations because if i had to reload ( i died, wanted to try something) it was long, don't get me wrong it wasn't THAT long but while playing this game i reloaded hundred times and in total that's a lot. Also i never knew when and where to go which resulted in going against too hard enemies and reloading to previous save-file and try to beat him several times and returning after a while.
      Decision
      Game is worth playing in fact if you have it in your library and haven't played it you should at least try it if you liked games like Dragon Age it may feel a bit similar in certain times, even with it's little flaws it's a true hidden gem and must play if you own it.

      8 out of 10
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      46 de 46 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
      2 pessoas acharam esta análise engraçada
      59.9 hrs registradas
      Publicada: 12 de abril de 2012
      If you are the sort of gamer who enjoys trudging across various maps for an hour straight searching for rare herbs just so you can make enough healing potions to get through a difficult boss fight then this is the game for you (luckily I am exactly that sort of gamer, but I realize not everyone enjoys such things).

      So, yeah, this is pretty much the perfect sequel. It keeps the original Drakensang's awesome stat and combat system, but improves on nearly everything else: much better writing, dialog, and production values (including class specific quests ala "Dragon Age: Origins"), much fewer trash mobs (fighting is less frequent in this game compared to the first, but much more difficult and better thought out when it happens), and (perhaps best of all) a new fast travel system that prevents your having to run everywhere like in the first game.

      Plus, it's technically a prequel, so if you only play one Drakensang (and you should if you enjoy RPGs at all) it should be this one.
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      55 de 60 pessoas (92%) acharam esta análise útil
      3 pessoas acharam esta análise engraçada
      40.4 hrs registradas
      Publicada: 30 de novembro de 2013
      A solid RPG experience. A deep, party oriented combat system and large list of craftable objects add depth to a well presented story and environment. Quests often have multiple paths to resolution giving you some choice in how you want to complete them. Well worth the price of admission, a real steal if you get it on one of the Steam sales.
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      47 de 49 pessoas (96%) acharam esta análise útil
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      2.6 hrs registradas
      Publicada: 10 de janeiro de 2014
      All the Drakensang games (Drakensang, River of Time and Phileasson's Secret) are excellent, good old fashioned stats-based RPG's. Imagine the gameplay of Neverwinter Nights but with vastly superior graphics and gameplay. Loads of class choices, loads of abilities to improve, you can spend your adventure points (xp) on these as you get them not just when you level up. You have to find trainers to get new skills and spend your adventure points to learn these too. Skills are based on combinations of related stats, and it can seem a bit confusing at first, but common sense can see you through it. There can be a lot of running about and movement can feel a little slow but there are fast travel points on the maps, most of which are not huge anyway. Based on the pen and paper rules of The Dark Eye system (and not button-mashing action rpg hack and slashers) these games are well worth checking out if you're a fan of proper role players made the way they should be.
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