El servicio secreto más misterioso de la Segunda Guerra Mundial Este juego en tercera persona describe las actividades del SMERSH, el servicio secreto más misterioso de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Moment of Truth es la secuela del popular título de acción y sigilo Death to Spies.
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El servicio secreto más misterioso de la Segunda Guerra Mundial
Este juego en tercera persona describe las actividades del SMERSH, el servicio secreto más misterioso de la Segunda Guerra Mundial.
Moment of Truth es la secuela del popular título de acción y sigilo Death to Spies. El protagonista del juego es el Semion Strogov, un capitán del 4º departamento del servicio de contrainteligencia soviético SMERSH (un acrónimo ruso que significa "Muerte a los Espías").
El héroe posee las habilidades necesarias para llevar a cabo peligrosas misiones que incluyen la recopilación de información sobre la ubicación de unidades militares y civiles hostiles o el asesinato de agentes enemigos, incluyendo los oficiales de alto rango de la Wehrmacht. Su trabajo consiste en capturar espías y saboteadores y reunir información sobre sus acciones utilizando tecnologías y dispositivos exclusivos.
  • Nuevas misiones en Europa Occidental y Oriental, EE.UU., Reino Unido y en el territorio de la antigua URSS
  • Nuevos vehículos y armas
  • Animaciones y efectos visuales mejorados
  • Nuevos efectos gráficos: nuevo texturizado de paisajes con una mayor resolución y efectos bump mapping, así como un renderizado mejorado con HDR y sombras difuminadas
  • Interfaz mejorada
  • Moment of Truth incluye un montón de mejoras basadas en las peticiones de la comunidad de jugadores

Requisitos del sistema

    Mínimo:
    • SO: Windows XP SP3 / Windows Vista SP1
    • Procesador: Intel Dual Core a 2.0 GHz o AMD Athlon 4000+
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM (XP), 2 GB de RAM (Vista)
    • Gráficos: Necesaria aceleradora 3D por hardware – 100% compatible con DirectX 9.0c y con 256 MB de VRAM. ATI Radeon X800, nVidia GeForce 6800
    • Disco Duro: 4.5 GB de espacio libre + 1 GB para el archivo de intercambio
    • Sonido: Compatible con DirectX 9.0c
    Recomendado:
    • Procesador: Intel Core 2 Duo a 2.4 GHz o AMD Athlon Dual Core 5200+
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Aceleradora 3D por hardware con 256 MB y soporte para Shader 3.0. ATI Radeon HD 3870, nVidia Geforce 8800 GT
    NOTA: Algunas de las aceleradoras 3D con los chipsets listados aquí pueden no ser compatibles con las características de aceleración 3D utilizadas por Death to Spies. Por favor, consulta con tu fabricante de hardware sobre la compatibilidad al 100% con DirectX.
    Chipsets soportados:
    • ATI RADEON X800, ATI RADEON X1300, ATI RADEON X1600, ATI RADEON X1900, ATI RADEON X1950, ATI RADEON HD 2400, ATI RADEON HD 2600, ATI RADEON HD 2900, ATI RADEON HD 3450, ATI RADEON HD 3850, ATI RADEON HD 3870, ATI RADEON HD 4850, NVIDIA GEFORCE 6800, NVIDIA GEFORCE 7300, NVIDIA GEFORCE 7600, NVIDIA GEFORCE 7800, NVIDIA GEFORCE 7900, NVIDIA GEFORCE 8400, NVIDIA GEFORCE 8500, NVIDIA GEFORCE 8600, NVIDIA GEFORCE 8800, NVIDIA GEFORCE 9600 y NVIDIA GEFORCE 260
    Chipsets portátiles soportados:
    • NVIDIA GEFORCE GO 7600 (sólo XP), NVIDIA GEFORCE GO 7900, NVIDIA GEFORCE GO 7950 y NVIDIA GEFORCE GO 8400
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Klint Ostwald
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Publicado el 24 de junio
This sequel drops you right where the first game ended. Agent 47's Russian uncle goes through a PTSD-like dream which conjures up many of the deeds he has carried out as a SMERSH agent. Making the lack of emotion emanating from Hitman's colder-blooded protagonist all the more understandable, for continuity's sake that is...

On a more serious note, Death to Spies: Moment of Truth features better graphics, slightly more comfortable gameplay mechanics, and manages to become immersive up to a certain extent (both environment and soundtrack-wise). Nazi imagery isn't ridiculously censored anymore, and although this isn't of the utmost importance, it still constitutes a little plus in my book. Oh and you can also switch the voice-acting to its' original Russian version.

The only downside I can think of is the length of this game. Which is considerably shorter than the first outing. Needless to say, you'll still waste plenty of time looking for this-or-that oddity which may (or may not) confer a tremendous advantage over your prey. You get a fair variety of locations and situations.

All in all, I enjoyed this game much more than the former, more rugged Death to Spies. I'd highly recommend this game for those of you who are unhappy with the course the Hitman franchise has taken, you'll possibly find solace in this gem.
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👌TeenJackBauer👌
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Publicado el 27 de mayo
7/10 TJBs
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wiggle niggle
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Publicado el 27 de mayo
batshit horrible, it is near impossible to play even on EASY and all npcs have a burning desire to stare directly into your soul and can not sneak past ANYONE
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Axiom
( 10.4 h registradas )
Publicado el 23 de mayo
Ah! the satisfaction of seeing all the red arrows on the map turn green when you take down the highest ranking officer and get his uniform! Way better than the first game, better controls lesser bugs and better graphics. Like all the reviews says, this Hitman WW2 2.0 is criminally underrated.
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( 10.6 h registradas )
Publicado el 13 de mayo
Story doesn't make much sense, but the missions are badass.
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Boris the Zjulik
( 7.5 h registradas )
Publicado el 1 de abril
quicksave+quickload simulator v2.0
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Allrounder18x
( 15.9 h registradas )
Publicado el 30 de marzo
Follow up to DTS with better graphics and better AI, This is one is a must for those who enjoy Hitman blood money and found Absolution to be not good enough.
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V-Man
( 141.5 h registradas )
Publicado el 24 de marzo
Death to Spies: Moment of Truth is probably my favorite stealth game, next to Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory and Hitman: Blood Money.

Every level is incredibly unique among the seven few that there are, but the game gives you just enough tools and varied enough difficulty levels (the difference between the hard difficulty and the hardest difficulty is alone practically two seperate games) that the lack of quantity barely effects the game.

Tossable, infinite distractions, with more limited more focused variants. Whistling to distract. Three stances with two movement speeds between them. Usable vehicles (with usable horns.)
Accident systems.
At least one level with a straight up logistics puzzle.
Oh, and really solid, clockwork inspired music.

Most impressively, easy difficulty has more spaced out patrols and scripted lures that don't exist on other difficulties, ensuring that even novices have more than a fair chance to understand the workings of the game.

This isn't for people who want a story with their game. Frankly, this isn't for people who want anything but a raw, enjoyable set of levels that end up being fun to play through.
The animations aren't the best, nor is the plot anything amazing, and the combat AI isn't fantastic. That said, if you're picking this up the odds are you're not looking for any of those things.

If you like stealth for stealth's sake, this is easily one of the best games you can pick up on Steam.
It's the expansion pack Hitman: Blood Money never got, and you owe it to yourself to pick it up.
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Bgladiator
( 12.6 h registradas )
Publicado el 21 de marzo
This was my first full playthrough of a real Hitman like game, granted it was on Easy. But I feel this game is a fantastic introduction to Hitman type games and it's WWII based. A fantastic mix, the hints and other aids provided (on Easy) make Death to Spies worth it, even if you haven't played HItman games before, who knows maybe after beating this game you will?
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FudoAkira
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Publicado el 17 de marzo
Buggy, ugly, controls like butt, and the camera often is terrible. Other than the fact that it tries to copy Hitman, I can't see any redeeming qualities to this game.
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This sequel drops you right where the first game ended. Agent 47's Russian uncle goes through a PTSD-like dream which conjures up many of the deeds he has carried out as a SMERSH agent. Making the lack of emotion emanating from Hitman's colder-blooded protagonist all the more understandable, for continuity's sake that is...

On a more serious note, Death to Spies: Moment of Truth features better graphics, slightly more comfortable gameplay mechanics, and manages to become immersive up to a certain extent (both environment and soundtrack-wise). Nazi imagery isn't ridiculously censored anymore, and although this isn't of the utmost importance, it still constitutes a little plus in my book. Oh and you can also switch the voice-acting to its' original Russian version.

The only downside I can think of is the length of this game. Which is considerably shorter than the first outing. Needless to say, you'll still waste plenty of time looking for this-or-that oddity which may (or may not) confer a tremendous advantage over your prey. You get a fair variety of locations and situations.

All in all, I enjoyed this game much more than the former, more rugged Death to Spies. I'd highly recommend this game for those of you who are unhappy with the course the Hitman franchise has taken, you'll possibly find solace in this gem.
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Estamos ante la expansión de Death to Spies, un juego de espionaje similar a Hitman (sin llegar a igualarlo, no se ofendan) ambientado en la segunda guerra mundial. El apartado gráfico es excelente y muy creíble. Los sonidos son de muy buena calidad, sin embargo la música –al igual que el juego base– no se destaca en lo mínimo, lo cual no la hace mala, aclaro.

En esta entrega, el juego cuenta con menos misiones (unas cinco en total) pero con un nivel de detalle e interacción mucho mayor. Existe una infinidad de maneras de cumplir los objetivos propuestos, como así una gran cantidad de armas para ayudarnos y abrirnos paso sobre nuestros enemigos. La IA del juego mejora levemente y es bastante aceptable, sin embargo tiene algunos pequeños fallos que benefician más al jugador de lo que este querría. Los escenarios van más allá de fortalezas en Alemania. Ahora tendremos la posibilidad de adentrarnos en EE.UU y un campo Soviético.

Sin querer prolongar mucho esta review, recomiendo encarecidamente esta expansión. Si el juego te gusto, esta expansión te va a encantar. Ahora bien, por la duración de la misma de ninguna manera pagaría los 20 USD que piden. Mi puntuación 8,5/10
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Un juego que da más importancia a la infiltración y a la estrategia que a usar el gatillo, con una gran libertad de acción y con un argumento interesante y bien desarrollado. 8.5/10
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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.
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If you like the Hitman series, have an interest in espionage or WW2 this game is for you. It is a bit dated now, and you can see this by the graphics and the UI however that doesn't harm the game in anyway as even now it is very playable.

WEAPONS

The first reason I liked this game was the detail in terms of authenticity and gameplay. There is a large amount of historically accurate 'spy' weapons availiable including a Nagant silenced revolver and the classic silenced sten gun however if you are looking for a shooter this is not for you. Most of the weapons feel fairly weak - mostly because they are silenced but even the machine guns feel a bit 'odd' for example the STG 44 doesn't sound right and doesn't give a real kickback it should do, by affecting you physically, it instead just seems to tilt up when you fire. The guns are hardly the main meat of the game but for an authentic game such as this they could have done better.

VEHICLES!

Moving onto a positive note there are vehicles in the game, and correct me if i am wrong, but i do not think hitman or any other simular stealth games include the ability to drive vehicles whilst useing them as a tool to hide bodies or escape. Sure they don't drive very well but it is not a racing game and they are slow, but it is nice to have the option to hide a german officers corpse in the back of your bad-♥♥♥ opel blitz.

AI

The AI is competant at what it does, the detection system is good - the sense bullet noises, if you are near them or in their line of sight and yet still allows you to use morphine or take out a guard from behind. There is always problems though-AI can be a bit stupid sometimes by repeatably charging into a room you are camping in whilst you gun 20 of them down, you cannot just walse through missions like this though as in the end they will pull back and wait for you, or 'lob' a grenade into your hiding spot.

STEALTH/TOOLS

The main component of any game of this genre is stealth i.e the ability to have to avoid, usually enemies, without being noticed. In Death to Spies moment of truth there is a variet of ways to do this...

You can go in quiet using morphine, silenced weapons, diversions and patience to outwit the enemy or you can play it on easy and run-and-gun, but the latter doesn't work often and why would you want to anyway? The stealth is statisfying but you don't have the ability to do much in the way of interesting tactics. The interactions you are given throughout missions are good but they can be hard to find sometime, I spent ages trying to work out how to get passed a party of german officers only to find that the plumbing had to the solution.

Good points:

-A Completely solid game, I have had no problems with running it and the aesthetic and the gameplay complement each other perfectly (although the art direction is nothing to write home about- but the normal 'trying for realism' graphics suite it well).

- Authentic levels, objectives, weapons, uniform (there is disguises in the game).

-Up to you in how you complete the mission, big level design with choices of which way to go and what you do and (I think) sometimes even say.

Bad points:

-Lack of direction, doesn't really tell you the options you have to complete missions, and figuring it out as you go along on harder difficulties ends in death.

-Boring mission objectives (Blow A up, kill B officer, find C secret documents - very cliche)

-Bad gunplay

Overall I had some fun with it, I would recommend it if you are remotely interested in this period of history (late WW2, early cold war), stealth games or simply a challenge (saboteur mode is hard - no disguises).

If you would like to learn more about this game message me on steam or if you have any possible ideas or improvements I could make to my reviews also message me.
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World War 2 Hitman
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WWII Hitman
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russians make the best hitman games
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Publicado el 15 de octubre de 2015
it's like hitman but russian
recommended
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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...
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