Un héros sans nom devient une légende! Myrtana, un monde soudainement déchiré: rempli d'orcs venus des terres sombres du nord, le roi Rhobar défend Vengard, l'ancienne bastion humaine, avec la dernière troupe d'adeptes.
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Date de parution: 13 oct 2006

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Un héros sans nom devient une légende!
Myrtana, un monde soudainement déchiré: rempli d'orcs venus des terres sombres du nord, le roi Rhobar défend Vengard, l'ancienne bastion humaine, avec la dernière troupe d'adeptes.Le chaos règne: les rebelles offrent de la résistance et les Hashishin du sud collaborent ouvertement avec les orcs and the Hashishin of the south are openly collaborating with the orcs.
Des rumeurs disent que le héros sans nom de Khorinis est sur le chemin vers la source de l'inquiétude et de l'espoir. Avec qui va-t-il s'allier? Qui devra subir sa colère ? Qui bénéficiera de sa faveur? Une seule chose est sûre : ses actes vont changer Myrtana pour toujours...
Libération ou annihilation – le destin du monde du monde de Gothic est entre vos mains! Créez votre propre expérience du jeu à travers de différentes façons de jouer.
Un système de combat dynamique, rempli d'actions: choisissez entre les Attaques Rapides, le combat rapproché mortel, ou tir à distance.
Immergez vous dans le plus coloré et authentique des mondes de fantaisie de tous les temps - Myrtana vous attend!
  • Un système de combat spécialement conçu pour être facile
  • Atteignez les objectifs principaux, une histoire imposée mais pourtant dictée par les choix du joueur
  • Un monde libre géant, sans limite
  • Une IA du comportement humain avancée pour des centaines de personnages avec des dialogues complètement sonores
  • D'innombrables quêtes secondaires que le joueur pourra choisir
  • Plus de 50 monstres, animaux et ennemis humains différents
  • Plus de 50 sorts puissants et plus d'une centaine d'armes différentes
  • Un développement unique du personnage sans classe

Configuration requise

    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP/2000/XP 64-Bit/Vista
    • Processeur : Intel Pentium 4 ou AMD 2 GHz ou équivalent
    • Mémoire vive : 1024 Mo de RAM ou plus
    • Carte graphique : Carte graphique 3D comportant 128 Mo de mémoire vidéo et support Shader 1.4
    • Son : Compatible DirectX 8.1
    • Disque dur : 4.6 Go d'espace disque disponible
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Posté le : 8 novembre 2014
I know this game has been around a long while now, but I've never played this game before and let me just say this game is amazing. I've had much more fun with this game than other big rpgs like Skyrim and I'm 30+ hours in and not even half way finished. The game world is huge and this game is truly meant for adventurers, explorers and questers, there is so much to do. Tons of quests even hidden quests, and tons of hidden things to discover. You can steal most items from chests or the game world just like an Elder Scrolls game. The game never holds your hand and if you play with the community patch the game is quite challenging to. I'm really thinking this game may have been underrated or something, & I was told it was unplayable at release so that must be it. It's totally playable now though so I'm not sure why there aren't more people talking about it? It's an RPG that came out in 2006 and is easily better than most RPGs that have come out since that time. Every NPC in the entire game is even voice acted and there are tons of NPCs & towns in this game. You can kill every NPC in the game even quest NPCS, and anything you kill or pick up never respawns. I'd love to see another game like this get made in the future. I realize there have been more games made like "Risen" etc, but they are a bit different in certain ways. I didn't feel that the screenshots for the game in the Steam store did it justice, I feel the game looks better than what is shown.
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Posté le : 14 novembre 2014
8/10 - The last true Gothic to bear that name. Forget Gothic 4 or the DLC. This great (after many, many patches) RPG is the true end to the saga. World is vast and worth some exploring. Worth investing time into.
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Posté le : 11 décembre 2014
Gothic 3 is my great, white whale.

I bought it when it first came, but gave up on it due to balance issues and frustration. Basically, Gothic 3 was another victim of a publisher (JoWood) forcing a developer (Pirahna Bytes) into puppy-milling out a game before it was ready for prime time. G3 lingered as that one game I wanted to play and finish to get closure on the series, but the infuration of playing it was not worth it.

Until ...

Over the years a Community Patch was created that fixed most of the nut-kicking issues. Folks said it was better once the patch was applied. So, I decided to take the plunge. I wasn't expecting stellar GOTY game play or awesome balance. I just wanted to grind through it to get the story and slay my great, white whale. Or, at the very least, come to terms with it over a nice cup of tea at the cafe while talking about old times.

For the most part, the patch makes G3 better. Much better.

But ... now we just get to the "normal" annoynaces that may put gamers off of it:

* The Gothic universe is not for everyone. Dinosaurs are running around your savage, medival land. Factions and politics are abundant. Everyone cops an attitude with you (even your allies). It's not your prancy, elf-laden world of high-fantasy. It's like the Land of the Lost, The Lord of the Rings, Mobsters and the Elder Scrolls got together and had an illegitimate love-child.

* There's obvious moral high/low ground, but it's up to you to decide how to go. Orcs hate humans (you're human), but you don't get auto-attacked in Orc towns. This may throw some folks for a loop when they first play, them pulling out a weapon to assault an Orc town without realizing you can just walk in and talk to folks instead. If you like to shoot first and ask questions later, Gothic may not be the series for you.

* The story just picks up where G2 left off. And I'm not talking vanilla G2, I'm talking the Night of the Raven (?) add-on / expansion. If you've never played G1 or G2, you're going to be lost. There's bits and pieces of back-story thrown at you, but you'll still be lost. Even reading an overview online will leave you lost. You can play it as a stand-alone game / story, but you'll get reminders here and there that you're missing a part of the back-story.

* Per Gothic's SOP, you start out as a wuss-bag, and slowly, desperately, try to claw your way up. Even with the patch's combat / AI balancing, combat is still a brutal affair. Every Gothic has been that way, so fair warning. However, G3 (pre-patch) was notorious for having low-level wolves gang-r@ping your high-level character with machine-gun-like lunge attacks en masse while a low-level character was able to use a polearm to easily dispatch high-level trolls. So... yes, the patch did balance combat ... a LOT. But, combat is still brutal. Upgrades to armor are majorly expensive. Upgrades to weapons come slowly. The skill progression system is a slow grind, having to spend points to raise skill levels just as points of entry to unlock actual skills you want. (EG: you have to spend skill points to learn an arbitrary level of alchemy skill to unlock your ability to learn to craft mana potions, or transformation potions, or permanant potions. Does a higher alchemy skill level help you? No. It just acts as a gate-keeper to unlock those skills. So, you'll feel like you wasted a lot of skill points raising skill levels that ultimately did nothing but act as gatekeepers.) You will have to very carefully pick-n-choose your combats, because you will get your rear handed to you over and over... even on easy mode!

* Load times still suck a big one ... I'm not kidding. One reason I gave up G3 back when was because the load times from a HDD took like a minute or two! And saving took time, too. This is the kind of game you want to quick-save and reload, because you will bork things up time and again. Getting punished with a 2 minute reload time EVERY time you did somethign stupid or found out some wuss-creature was able to own you was just torture. If you have an SSD, then they are manageable, but still expect to wait 10-20 seconds.

* Combat is still a tad glitchy post-patch. Making special note of this, because you will still find some animals that seem to lean back and magically avoid all of your attacks even though you see your stupid weapon going right through them. Then they lunge in and nail you. It's not as bad post-patch, but it still happens.

* Quests are banal sometimes ... you will get the usual "go here, kill this, fetch this, deliver that" junk. But, you grind those for xp and levels. The real merit of the game is when you get to decide how to overall play it. Will you side with the humans or the orcs? Is it time to liberate a town? If so, how? (Will you side with some rebels to take it over, or go in solo?) Each move you make impacts your rating with factions, so if you liberate enough towns your rating with the orcs will go down and they will attack you on site going forward. Or, you can go wipe out those nasty rebels for the orcs.

* Walking ... so ... much ... walking. The game world is overly huge, and you'll get stuck aimlessly wandering about. It can be fun exploring, and they try to coax you into hitting the cities in a certain order. But, you can go and do whatever you want. They try to cordone off certain areas by putting harder monsters in your way, but you can run past them or jump up mountains to get around. You can go places you "shouldn't" early on as you please. You'll get your rear handed to you, but it can be fun. But, the game world is flipping huge, and trotting every where will waste hours of your time. Fortunately they put in teleporter stones you can carry to help you get from town to town faster, but you have to find the stone for each town. That can be tricky sometimes (especially when it's hidden in a place that's restricted until you win the town leader's favor). So, break out your walking shoes.


Overall...

Would I recommend G3? Yes, but only if you played G1 & ♥♥♥♥nd liked them.

Would I recommend G3 without the Community Patch? No. Heck no. You have to go to a separate web-site to get the community patch, and once it's installed it's installed. And, if you already started a save game you'll need to restart the game (it invalidates pre-patch save games). So, install G3, install the Community Patch, then play the game. Don't even open or play G3 without the community path.
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Posté le : 26 janvier
First I want to say that I am a huge fan of Gothic series.

Where should I start? This game is just broken ; Bad combat system , really huge bugs , story is a little bit bad for other Gothic games BUT with the community patch this game is just awesome. They improved AI , many bugs were fixed and game is just ready. I have Gothic Universe and I've beaten the whole 3 games like 5 times maybe more but I'm still playing it. I don't know maybe the atmosphere is too good maybe I'm just being "fanboy" but this game is a total badass especially soundtracks are the best.
Story: 7/10
Gameplay: (with C.P)8/10
Soundtracks:10/10
Graphics:8/10 (still really good for an old game like this)
Make yourself useful Morra.
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Posté le : 21 mars
With the Community Patch, Gothic 3 is one of the most ambitious, challenging, and varied RPGs that I've played. It is beautiful and engrossing. It blends the grittiness of Witcher with the scope of Skyrim and just doesn't quit. The character progression is superbly balanced. The map design is superlative and gets you excited to explore. I haven't seen better. You will die, and die, and die but it never feels unfair. This game is bizarrely underrated.
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Posté le : 6 janvier
This is still a great game even though it is 8 years old!
I even like it better than skyrim.

9/10 Brillian Game
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Posté le : 16 novembre 2014
I love this game...
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Posté le : 16 mars
Gothic 3 proves that if you increase the territory of the map, but don’t have enough character to give it, it will feel shallow. You start the game with you’re 4 companions and kill some orcs, after that they all leave and give you a total of one quest each when you find them, if you did not play Gothic 1 and 2 you would be asking yourself why are they so important that they get a ending resolution.
And pretty much applies for the rest of the game, you go to a city, you talk to anyone that has a name, then you go to the rebels that have names, you do all the quests that are neutral and move one to the next city. You lack any care for most of the tasks you are given. because they are mostly a source of XP and money. The hero is the only interesting character because he does not take anything seriously and comments about repeating cliches you have to go through.
Leveling up is a costly business, every attribute, skill or spell costs a fortune, and makes it so that at certain points in the game I had over 200LP but because I was saving money, they ware useless, nobody gives you skills for free. When you actually manage to get that much money and actually have some fun, the game is great, it’s a shame it has to be such a chore to get there.
The game looks graphically better than G1 and G2, however it has stutter issues that might even freeze your game. The game does not close properly sometimes. Beasts and NPCs may clip through the terrain during combat, a few times a beast was stuck below the ground but kept fallowing me and NPC ware reacting to a beast nearby, but could not attack it.

Combat: Range is not auto-lock you actually have to aim, melee and magic are auto-lock making it difficult when fighting more than one enemy.
Melee, a difficult task that boils down to who can stun-lock the other first unless they block.
Range, get a rock and hope the lack range weapons.
Magic, this time I actually played mostly as a mage and it was a lot of fun, mostly because you can get regenerating mana(eventually), it was the only combat that made the game reasonable and satisfying.
The Gothic Trilogy at least gets a proper closer.
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Posté le : 20 février
It's a bit buggy and clunky, it doesn't run perfectly even with the community patch, the art direction is hideous -- everything literally looks like it was made in Spore and the game lost one of its biggest strengths -- the surreal and depressive atmosphere. The combat system is a complete mess: bows don't feel right and I'm not sure why weren't they made target-lockable like magic spells; melee is a RMB-spamming stun-locking shitfest. Most quests are a fetch snoozefest, although personally I enjoyed them, for some reason. I guess, the gigantic pretty numbers in front of your face help a lot.

Despite all this, it still has it's own charm, it really does. It's not an Alpha Protocol-tier hidden gem, but if you're able to tolerate some of the technical weaknesses, you'd have a really great time with it.
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Posté le : 26 décembre 2014
A hidden gem with some flaws but good over all.

Pros:
Nice amount of weapons to chose from.
Huge map to explore.
The game dosen't hold your hand on every little thing.

Cons:
"Spam style" fighting that can ♥♥♥♥ you off frequently as you can die in the most BS ways.
Random lag spikes while both running arround and combat that can some times kill you. (Save often)
Huge map to explore with no way to get around faster, like a horse to ride.
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Posté le : 31 janvier
One particularly nice person sent me to his boss. That boss gave me a job - Find out who is traitor. To find out who is traitor i had to: Cooperate with the enemy, Kill cows, report lazy soldier, lure guards away from their position and many more. After I found out who the traitor is.. well.. I needed proof. What is better way to get proof than to beat up the person in question? I went ahead and found a letter that basically says "Owner of this letter is traitor".
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+Xardas is very nice as always, weakening paladins and betraying order of the fire mages even more than he already did in previous games
+You can side with good or evil (or be kinda neutral)
+In every town, there are many town specific quests, including revolution or helping orcs
+you'll see familiar people from other Gothic games
+There are lots of quests everywhere
+Runes are destroyed, new kind of magic is here - Ancient magic learned from powerful mages or even Gods themselves
+From fireball (Innos), through sleep spell (Adannos) to summoning demons (Beliar)
+Different weapon kinds to choose from - staves, spears, swords, poisoned knives, bows, crossbows, orc weapons, sword and shield, dual wielding weapons and other
+You can be a mage who uses spells, dual wields 2 poisoned knives and is master at picking pockets
+Open World

-If you've played 1st or 2nd Gothic game, you might not like how the graphics have changed
-Wild boars are more dangerous than golems
-You have to rest or eat consumables to regain mana, making it kinda difficult to play as mage from start (regaining mana over time is a learnable perk from some mages once you have 250 ancient knowlege)
-Takes a long time until you find/can afford magic robes
-some bugs
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Posté le : 10 mars
I Recomend you know nothing about this game before trying it also Free Roming RPG Gamer's (Elder Scrols) type game
Spoiler's alerd

This is a Great Game whit a lot of Awesome Magic and Perks that makes you feel it when you get stronger you can fling a Person or Creature far Away and when you get smarter (Magic Inteligents) you can transform to a fliping Dragon yes a flying dragon or Howering (a little sad part) but that those not matter the game is old after all and hell it is awesome but i only Recomend it to Free Roming RPG Gamers that Loved the ♥♥♥♥ out off Skyrim Also Don't look this game up becuse that spoils the game but a Nice thing to do is to make a guide of what to do if you found out somthing aweome about the game that you wish to lett other people to know But hope you have fun in this Magical World

This game is Great still don't know evrything 9/10
10/10 is the Real one but well
i still love Skyrim
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Posté le : 7 février
F5/F9 simulator 2006.
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Posté le : 20 novembre 2014
Gothic 3 is every fan's wet dream. Contrary to what most fans complained and still complain, this game is a dream come true. PB delivered to us what anguished us all along. Nordmar, the northern land inhabited by rough warriors and blacksmiths, the legendary smiths that you read and hear about all along. Varant, the last place where Lee fought against the 2 Varantian warlords. Myrthana, your homeland, goverened by King Rhobar himself. The one, who convicted you to the Penal Colony.

And while the main storyline is not completely dull, what kills the most important aspect of the game is the faction system. No matter what you are, Orc Mercenary, Hashishin, Paladin, Druid..no one will greet you or remark about those things. Gothic 2 did it right and for that it will always be my favourite.

All of these factions, quests, places are laid out in a non-linear environment waiting for you to explore it. Accompanied by majestic soundtracks. Make sure you install the last Community Patch from WorldofGothic.com and enjoy it to the fullest.

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Posté le : 20 février
The Gothic I and Gothic II are my childhood love.
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Posté le : 23 juin 2013
Un must have pour les fans de RPG
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Posté le : 15 janvier 2014
Le jeu est très bon, mais il a vraiment mal vieilli, aussi bien au niveau des graphismes que des mecaniques de jeu... Pour le même prix, preferez lui Risen, des mêmes developpeurs.
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Posté le : 17 novembre 2014
Long et laborieux, vu les commentaires plus qu'élogieux j'ai testé le jeu, mais bon, à part les décors qui sont pas trop mal et une richesse au niveau des quètes ; les combat, les dialogues, sont vraiment "à la ramasse".
Le jeu n'est tout à fait inintérersssant, mais quand on pense qu'il existe des Morowind, sans parler d'Oblivion ou Skyrim, Gothic est très loin derrière...
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Posté le : 1 novembre 2014
Évaluation avant sortie
top mais tres dur
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Posté le : 18 novembre 2013
Je crois que c'est plus fort que moi les Gothic je n'accroche pas ! D'accord le jeu est plutôt ancien pour le coup mais que ce soit les autres opus également je n'adhère pas... L'ambiance, les graphismes, la musique, le scénario en mousse bref la série Gothic ne me plaît pas ! Je ne me l'explique pas vraiment pourquoi mais l'univers en général ne me correspond pas. Dommage j'ai vraiment essayé mais rien à faire ! Peu importe, les Gothic vont se perdre au fond de mon tiroir Steam et je n'y reviendrai sûrement pas >> 05/20
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