The Most Mysterious Secret Service Agency of WWII This is a third-person stealth-action game describing the activities of the SMERSH, the most mysterious secret service agency of World War II. Moment of Truth is a sequel to the popular stealth action title Death to Spies.
Data de lançamento: 7 Ago, 2009
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Spanish and Italian localizations added

17 Junho

The game can now be played in Spanish and Italian in addition to English and Russian.

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The Most Mysterious Secret Service Agency of WWII
This is a third-person stealth-action game describing the activities of the SMERSH, the most mysterious secret service agency of World War II.
Moment of Truth is a sequel to the popular stealth action title Death to Spies. The game's main character is Semion Strogov, a captain in the 4th department of the Soviet counterintelligence service called SMERSH (a Russian acronym meaning "Death to Spies").
The hero possesses the skills to accomplish dangerous missions that include gathering information on the location of hostile military and civil units and assassinating enemy agents, including the Wehrmacht's high-ranking officers. His task is to capture spies and saboteurs and gather information about their actions using unique technologies and devices.
  • Brand new missions located in Western and Eastern Europe, USA, in the UK and the territory of the former USSR
  • New vehicles and weapons
  • Enhanced animation and visuals
  • New graphic effects: new landscape texturing with higher resolution and bump mapping effects, updated rendering with HDR and dithered shadows
  • Improved interface
  • Moment of Truth contains a lot of improvements based on the game community's requests

Requisitos do Sistema

    • OS: Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista SP1
    • Processor: Intel Dual Core 2.0 GHz or AMD Athlon 4000+
    • Memory: XP – 1 GB RAM, Vista – 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 3D Hardware Accelerator Card Required – 100% DirectX 9.0c compatible 256 MB Video Memory. ATI Radeon X800, Nvidia Geforce 6800
    • Hard Drive: 4.5 GB + 1 GB Swap File
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
    • Processor:Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz or AMD Athlon Dual Core 5200+
    • Memory:2 GB
    • Graphics: 256 MB 3D Hardware Accelerator Card with Shader 3.0 support. ATI Radeon HD 3870, Nvidia Geforce 8800 GT
    NOTICE: Some 3D accelerator cards with the chipset listed here may not be compatible with the 3D acceleration features utilized by Death to Spies. Please refer to your hardware manufacturer for 100% DirectX compatibility.
    Supported Chipsets
    Supported Mobile Chipsets
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25 de 28 pessoas (89%) acharam esta análise útil
13.1 hrs em registo
Death to Spies: Moment of Truth is a WWII-era stealth game in which you play as a Russian agent named Semion Strogov, a man tasked with eliminating espionage-related threats to the Soviet Union. The missions that you must accomplish range anywhere from gathering intel to assassination, with the locations in which you will be inserted range from German military camps to an English hospital. The areas are varied, and you never feel like the developers ran out of ideas.

The gameplay of Death to Spies is very similar to the Hitman games, with most of the stealth revolving around disguises. While crawling through bushes and vents are a viable way to play the game, using the game's disguise system is the most reliable way to play. The disguise system in this game is usually pretty realistic, and the AI is consistent when it comes to detecting you (I'm looking at you, Hitman 2 Japan levels), so you always know why your disguise did not work, and what you can do to improve it. Certain disguises don't work in certain areas, and if you take the clothes of a high-ranking officer, the guards will recognize that you aren't the person you claim to be. Adding to that, in the higher difficulty settings, blood-stained clothes and clothes with bullet holes are unusable, so stabbing and shooting is a no-no. Much more reliable weapons are the garrotte and chloroform if you prefer a non-lethal approach. The game doesn't seem to punish you for taking the lethal approach (as long as you are merciful to civilians), unlike many other stealth games out there.

I can't speak much for the graphics of the game, since it doesn't seem to like my graphics card, washing out all the colors. This made the game look like an old movie, which in my opinion added to the atmosphere. The animations are nothing special, but they do their job and you can always tell what's going on. The music was mostly forgettable, but it always fits what's going on.

One thing I did not mention earlier is that this game is very difficult, and the poor shooting mechanics don't do anything to help it. Unfortunately, there's no tutorial in this game, so some of the more nuanced parts of the game must be learned through experience. I personally enjoy when games give me a challenge and didn't mind the lack of a tutorial that much. As for the shooting mechanics, this is a stealth game, so you shouldn't be shooting much anways. This game really shines when you're walking down the corridor of a German military base, doing your best to remain inconspicuous.

The thing that really sets this game apart from other games in this genre, and indeed, from other games period, is the amount of realism in this game. As I said earlier, if you stab people or shoot people, it renders their disguise useless, and people may recognize you if you take a unique disguise anyways. One of the options in the game is to make everyone speak their native language, adding to the atmosphere. Being a German speaker really helped me here, as most of the enemies in this game are German, and certain small hints can be drawn from their chatter. Strogov himself is, obviously, a Russian speaker, making all of the briefings and cutscenes in Russian with English subtitles. Death to Spies itself was a Soviet anti-espionage program during WWII, which I did not know originally.

Overall, I really enjoyed Death to Spies: Moment of Truth. People calling it a rip-off of Hitman obviously didn't see the game for what it is: a realistic spy game set during WWII. A disguise system and assassination missions don't make a game a Hitman clone. Though the story is mostly nonexistent, and the game's soundtrack is mostly forgettable, Death to Spies: Moment of Truth is a fun stealth game that, as long as they iron out some of the wrinkles in (hopefully) future installments, could become one of my favorite games. This game is a definite recommendation, as long as you don't mind a difficult game.
Publicada: 24 Maio
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18 de 24 pessoas (75%) acharam esta análise útil
16.0 hrs em registo
This is essentially Hitman in WW II, but it's done so much better! You are a russian agent operating behind German lines and accomplishing all sorts of tasks, ranging from killing high-ranked officers to sabotaging entire U-Boats. The graphics arent't up to date, but the game looks very nice. There's so much detail in everything and the game manages to create an extremely realistic and tense atmosphere! The Uniforms, the guard routines, the Nazi hierarchy and the layout of the levels... The 40s march music sounding from the radio and the Nazis themselves chatting in German (The German is perfect by the way, they hired native speakers). Not so perfect are the German signs and Book texts, but that won't bother you unless you're a native German speaker.

Death to Spies isn't your average shooter, it's a stealth game at it's finest. Simply drawing a weapon at the wrong time will get you killed in an instant.

I would not recommend it for impatient people, because in some levels you may have to sit around for quite some time to figure out what you're supposed to do.

I honestly don't understand why this game got so little attention when it was released...
Publicada: 4 Maio
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10 de 11 pessoas (91%) acharam esta análise útil
59.4 hrs em registo
A really good stealth game, where you play as a spy better yet a Russian spy during World War II, the graphics are not up to speed but good for a game made in 2009, but gameplay is all that matters, i still have yet to get past the first mission i am playing on the hardest difficulty but played the first game
Publicada: 21 Junho
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8 de 11 pessoas (73%) acharam esta análise útil
47.2 hrs em registo
A Solid Stealth Game for only the Most Diehard Stealth Fans

Death to Spies 2 is much like the original game nothing has been drastically changed, only minor tweaks, the game is still extremely hard and the focus is on disguising yourself as the enemy. There as several tweaks incuding the ability to carry a disguise in your backpack, the addition of yellow enemies whom get suspicious only if you get close.

The biggest change is the disguise system where its more about getting the right disguise for the task as opposed to going straight for the officer disguise, for example in the second mission the officer disguise is good for the 3rd floor however in the shipyard most enemies are suspicious towards the officer. However most of the time getting the officer disguise will do the job.

Some negatives about the game are its length, there are only seven missions, a lack of tutorial, leaving players confused and struggling unless they played the first game, there is a visiual filter that gives the game a sepia filter, which looks extremely ugly in my opinion however you can get rid of it by disabling depth of feild also vehicles are not well utilised, they can be used in 3 missions only and are not too useful.

The biggest flaw was that the game didn't give you as much help as it should, sometimes I would get stuck and have to go to a guide to work out what to do. For example in one mission I needed to kick a bucket of water on my target to get him to a secluded location, however the bucket looked just like a normal prop and the map didn't highlight the location of the bucket leading to frustration.

Overall if you liked the first game or enjoyed the brutal difficulty of Hitman 2 and Contracts you will enjoy this one, the game is just as unforgiving. Your freedom to choose how to acheive your objectives is less than the extent in hitman but more or less the same as the first game.

-Graphics are better.
-You have some freedom to choose how to acheive your objectives.
-Unique Disguise gameplay is excellent, this and hitman are the only games that utilise this feature effectively.
-Can be confusing
-Quite short
-No Tutorial

Publicada: 9 Junho
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8 de 12 pessoas (67%) acharam esta análise útil
4.1 hrs em registo
Its better than the original in many ways, mostly in gameplay, there are about 7 more missions, i recommend playing the 1st one before this cause its more like an expansion. and doesnt explain the game mechinics, it just starts the 1st level. Only for stealth fans.
Publicada: 3 Maio
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4 de 4 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
13.4 hrs em registo
Esse jogo é um título que merecia um reconhecimento maior, se você joga Hitman (qualquer um) e se decepcionou com Velvet Assassin, esse game vai recuperar todo o seu tempo perdido, conta a história de um espião russo recrutado para resolver várias tarefas no auge da segunda guerra, a se julgar pelo gráfico e pelo estilo de jogo eu diria que esse é o Hitman da segunda guerra, a mecânica é exatamente igual (talvez seja por isso que o game não teve tanto sucesso), tão igual que as vezes eu penso que estou jogando um MOD do Hitman, com algumas pequenas diferenças e outras semelhanças, por exemplo:
- Caso você dispare na roupa do inimigo, você não pode usar ela pra se disfarçar (o que até faz sentido já que vestir uma roupa toda furada de balas é no mínimo suspeito), então procure sempre matar com headshot ou atirando a faca na cabeça do inimigo.
- Seu personagem possui um inventário, que é usado para guardar itens da missão e suas ferramentas e outros que você encontra pela fase (claro que você tem limite de peso, ela não é um buraco negro)
- A hierarquia militar está presente praticamente em toda a fase, caso pegue um uniforme de soldado você receberá um tratamento diferente se usar o uniforme e um oficial de alta classe (será até saudado pelos soldados comuns)
- O barulho está presente, se você der um tiro praticamente todo mundo vai lá ver o que aconteceu
- Você pode ''assoviar'' pra chamar a atenção de algum inimigo ou fazer ele ir a algum lugar sozinho
- Ficar muito tempo parado ou ''encarando'' um inimigo faz você ficar mais vulnerável a visão deles e pode ser descoberto.
- Você é capaz de ''pegar'' corpos dos inimigos e esconder, como em Hitman
- Existem veículos no jogo, desde caminhões, carros e aquelas motos clássicas de 1940 (que vai um passageiro sentado do lado), você pode atropelar um monte de inimigos, fazendo um verdadeiro ''Strike'', o que rende muitas risadas pra quem é mais sádico (como eu).
- Você pode ''arremesar'' os corpos (ao contrário do Hitman aonde você apenas arrasta eles), já que o personagem segura eles nos ombros, então caso tenha um rio perto, arremesse os corpos nele e livre-se de futuros problemas.
- Você é ''solto'' na fase e pode resolver ela do jeito que quiser, não há linearidade, quer fazer uma pilha de corpos? Ou prefere ser silencioso? Você pode escolher.

O jogo não te obriga a ser Stealth o jogo inteiro (e quando obriga ele te avisa), você pode limpar um sala inteira se quiser, desde que não deixe os inimigos soarem o alarme, você pode armar armadilhas nas portas (quando alguém abre a porta, BOOOM). Em algumas fases praticamente não há ''inocentes'', são todos nazistas, então o jogo não te penaliza (pra quem gostava de metralhar geral no Hitman vai amar), os cenários são lindos e com efeitos gráficos como de iluminação, dpeth of field, Bloom que ainda fazem bonito, enfim, Death to Spies: Moment of Truth tem tudo o que um fã de Hitman mais gosta, tudo MESMO, se você zerou todos os Hitmans mas ainda quer um jogo igual, pegue Death to Spies, não vai se arrepender.
Publicada: 14 de Dezembro de 2013
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