The prequel to Radon Labs' award-winning RPG, Drakensang: The River of Time introduces a brand new story within the Drakensang universe. The new story brings many innovations and new game elements for experienced as well for first time players, who will jump right into the fascinating medieval fantasy RPG scenario of Drakensang: The...
Data de lançamento: 11 Jan 2011
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The prequel to Radon Labs' award-winning RPG, Drakensang: The River of Time introduces a brand new story within the Drakensang universe. The new story brings many innovations and new game elements for experienced as well for first time players, who will jump right into the fascinating medieval fantasy RPG scenario of Drakensang: The River Of Time.
Starting in Aventuria’s Middenrealm in the city of Ferdok, the story of the games takes players down the Great River to the city of Nadoret. Many mythical legends entwine around this river and will also flow into the main plot. The story will contain more twists than in Drakensang: With every place the player visits, his view on things will change. Depending on the choice of character, and behavior, new opportunities and series of quests will come up.
Living on a ship, players will experience a broad variety of RPG quests. There will be two new character archetypes to play, tons of new foes and monsters as well as equipment items.
Two new classes of heroes: the Geodes (rare Aventurian druids of the dwarfs) and the Gjalskerland inhabitants (tenacious and hard barbarians).
Advanced expert mode and adjustable levels of difficulty.

Requisitos do 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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Drakensang: The River of time is an exceptionally sub-par RPG. The game gives the player very little freedom to explore, locking them into preset paths through the rigid storyline. The story itself, as much as I have seen of it, is bland and utterly routine. Worst of all are the combat mechanics which are cumbersomely slow, nearly to the point of being unresponsive. Combatants will stand facing each other for 10-20 seconds before making an attack only to miss with frustrating regularity. There are too many worthwhile RPG's out there to waste any time or money on this one.
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While amusing at the start, this game quickly rolls down hill as the story begins to border on ridiculous. At one point just after the city in which you truly begin your adventure, you suspect a bad guy may reside within a keep. You are then given a choice on how you'd like to storm said keep, killing all the guardsmen and anyone else unlucky enough to cross your path in order to persue this hunch.

If you can stomach the poor story telling and forget about the whole role-playing thing, this is a half decent RPG. Graphics are good enough, character progression has a ton of depth, though some of the branches lead into worthless abilities, so choose wisely. It also is quite challenging so if that is a draw for you there is a challenge here.

I wanted to love this game and may give it another go someday, but that day will be a desperate one and I'll likely grow frustrated with it fairly quickly once more.
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It doesn't have widescreen support so I basically can't play it without a big black bar on one side, or with everything out of a good resoultion. >:(
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Preface-
Now this game creates an old-school pen and paper-campaign-feeling not with dudes saving the universe but a group of adventurers travelling down a river. It plays in the world of German pen and paper-RPG "The Dark Eye" back in the cozy days when the writers weren't all Earthdawn ft. Voldemort. It captures the saturday night gaming sessions of my youth rather well.
Since game's now on steam I got it again - that's why I don't have that many hours clocked yet.

Mood-
Game is leisurely paced and feels mostly light-hearted compared to the dark and mature settings of the witcher or dragon age though there is also betrayal and murder. More an escapist fantasy into a heroic age so to speak. "The grass was greener, the light was brighter.."
Morals reflect this as the party plays "lawful-chaotic good" in most cases. No Geralt-choosing-the-lesser-evil-moments this time around.

Gameplay-
Combat is real-time with pause not unlike dragon age but with the camera closer to the characters. Camera control is complicated - best use wasd for steering the character and the mouse with right button pressed for camera control. Battles are won by selecting the right actions and positioning your troups rather than overpowered inventory. Beside the magical gear items mostly reflect medieval equipment from the TDE rulebook.
Your chars earn adventure points to spend on esoteric skills like "seducing", "herbalism", "treat wounds" and so on.
The game will check those in dialogues same as race or profession (=archetype).
There is also item crafting -blacksmithing, bowyer, alchemy.
You can only create the first character from scratch from 22 archetypes like pirate, soldier or battlemage.

Story-
It's technically a prequel. The old adventurer guys you met last time around are still young and you find out why they became big buddies.

Compared to Drakensang 1-
Compared to the last time things improved. More waypoints, still some but less backtracking. No cheesy world saving this time. Less linear. Seriously part one can be skipped.
River of time has a mostly fixed party to play due to story reasons.

Compared to German Retail Version-
Lacks the detailed 76p.-manual for the complicated ruleset and I think that's really lazy, DTP. So-so translation and voice-over quality.

TL;DR
Classical somewhat cliched but tasty and solid roleplaying experience. Pretty lighting and love of detail like the thoughtfully created medieval town add to immersion.
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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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