Las aguas ya no están en calma. El mundo submarino ha experimentado una metamorfosis de un entorno tranquilo a un lugar de violencia sin parangón con despiadados asesinos y aterradores peligros. Nos encontramos en el siglo XXVII y mercenarios como 'Emerald' Dead Eye Flint ejercen su mortífero oficio entre las belicosas fuerzas del hombre...
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"A unique underwater post-apocalyptic action game with a thick dark atmosphere and distinctive characters. Chances are you will either hate it or love it"

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18 de agosto

The Kickstarter campaign for Aquanox Deep Descent is now live!

Check it out: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/806010995/aquanox-deep-descent

Highlights:

  • Campaign ends on September 11th 2015
  • Main Funding Goal: 75.000 USD
  • Backers can vote on which stretch goals should be prioritized
  • Assets and research from an unreleased THQ underwater action game called Deep Six have been integrated into the pre-production

Vienna, AUSTRIA, August 18th 2015

Nordic Games and Digital Arrow announce the Kickstarter of Aquanox Deep Descent.

Backers can vote on which stretch goals should be prioritized.

In addition to that, assets and research from an unreleased THQ underwater action game called Deep Six have been integrated into the pre-production of the game.

More in-depth information, which would go beyond the scope of this press release, can be found on the Kickstarter Page: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/806010995/aquanox-deep-descent

“Reaching the main funding goal of the Kickstarter campaign will allow us to create a new Aquanox game of the size and complexity it deserves, for gamers around the globe. At the same time, it also allows us to make its future players an integral part in development decisions surrounding the game at its earliest stages,” comments Norbert Varga, project lead at Digital Arrow.

“We’ve had long discussions with Digital Arrow about the scope of the game and the transition to Unreal Engine 4. Based on our positive previous experience with Kickstarter (The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 together with the developer KING ART), we firmly believe it is the right platform to help us achieve our joint vision for the future of Aquanox”, adds Martin Kreuch, producer at Nordic Games.

About Aquanox Deep Descent
Aquanox Deep Descent is a re-imagining of both the gameplay and world of the original AquaNox-series, taking into account the scientific advances made since the first game. Like its predecessors, the game will be an underwater vehicle shooter, in which players control a variety of customizable ships to engage in submarine battles in the dystopian deep sea world of Aqua.
  • Fight - Action-packed vehicle shooter combat that supports a wide variety of play styles
  • Co-op - 4 player drop-in co-op, with four unique pilots who are all involved in the game story
  • Customize - Create your ship from an extensive range of ship pieces and various customization options
  • Explore - Discover the deepest corners of the ocean
  • RPG Elements - Mining, salvaging, trading and looting
  • PVP - Classic multiplayer modes, including Deathmatch and Team Deathmatch Dogfighting

Stay tuned!
Your Nordic Games Team

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Acerca de este juego

Las aguas ya no están en calma.

El mundo submarino ha experimentado una metamorfosis de un entorno tranquilo a un lugar de violencia sin parangón con despiadados asesinos y aterradores peligros. Nos encontramos en el siglo XXVII y mercenarios como 'Emerald' Dead Eye Flint ejercen su mortífero oficio entre las belicosas fuerzas del hombre y la naturaleza. El jugador asume el papel de Flint, encabezando una fuerza vagamente alineada de mercenarios que se ofrecen a los poderosos líderes de este inhóspito mundo. Los jugadores acometerán feroces batallas contra mercenarios enloquecidos, poderosas fuerzas militares y horrendos monstruos marinos. El ritmo frenético no cesa jamás en Aquanox: Toda una descarga de adrenalina para los jugones de hoy.



Características Principales:

  • Acción basada en misiones con un increíble combate individual y por equipos
  • Gráficos 3D en tiempo real increíblemente detallados, un mundo submarino renderizado con todo lujo de detalles; cordilleras submarinas, intrincadas cavernas, mortíferas corrientes y brillantes ciudades submarinas
  • 34 peligrosas misiones que te proporcionarán horas repletas de acción
  • Opciones multijugador en red local e Internet para adictivas partidas deathmatch y por equipos
  • Más de 40 increíbles enemigos y feroces monstruos con los que luchar hasta el final
  • Banda sonora y música ambiental en 3D

Requisitos del sistema

    Mínimo:

    • SO: Windows 98 / ME / 2000
    • Procesador: Intel P3 o AMD Athlon / Duron > 400 MHz
    • Memoria: 128 MB
    • Gráficos: Dispositivo con 16 MB AGP2x o superior
    • DirectX®: DirectX 8.0
    • Disco Duro: 500 MB
    • Sonido: Sound Blaster o compatible
    • Otros Requisitos: Joystick o Ratón

    Recomendado:

    • SO: Windows 98 / ME / 2000
    • Procesador: Intel P3 o AMD Athlon / Duron > 700 MHz o Intel P4 > 1000 MHz
    • Memoria: 256 MB
    • Gráficos: Dispositivo de 64 MB AGP4x compatible con DirectX 8.0 y VertexShaders 1.1 / PixelShaders 1.0 o superior
    • DirectX®: DirectX 8.0
    • Disco Duro: 800 MB
    • Sonido: Sound Blaster Live o compatible, 4 altavoces
    • Otros Requisitos: Joystick o Ratón
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A good way to describe this game, would be a Post-Apocalyptic-Underwater-Minisub-Shooter-Noire. The length of this description is appropriate given the ceaseless exposition and shoe-horning of story and game world terms into the script.

The game is not without charm though.

I would suggest it is a good reference for the would be game writer. The problem presented is that the player's interaction with the world is almost entirely made up of flying a combat mini-submarine and shooting at things. The experience itself tells little story without all the radio chatter and docking bay dialog around it.

As a result, many of the characters between missions will have highly convoluted political opinions or possess absurdly esoteric knowledge. Your point of view in the story is the role of Flint, who himself seems to have some very developed opinions. This makes it quite challenging to relate to the character effectively.

An attempt to make the game relatable seems to have been made in the form of a stylistic choice in the script. The game is strewn with metaphors and similes and delivered in a film-noire-esque monotone meter. Ultimately, the game asks too much of that stylistic choice to fix its over-riding problems.

It's a shame, since if you dig into the script, you can tell a lot of effort has been made to flesh the game world out, but it's just too esoteric. Players can handle detail, but they have to have been along for the ride that tangentially cobbles together that detail.

As for the game mechanics themselves - well your first problem on a modern system will be attempting to get the controls to work. If your optical mouse has a high polling rate which you cannot lower, you're going to have a bad time and I would suggest trying to use a pad.

There are some attempts at underwater physics in the form of currents and water resistance seems to effect the motion of the turret control (although, this could just be the modern peripheral issues). There is a ballistics system which is nice as you have to lead your target and you would expect water to have some effect on projectile velocity. The lack of speed boosting (at least up to the point I have played) is disappointing - speed as a limited resource makes for an exciting mechanic in this type of game.

On all fronts, Aquanox is a reference game that has a lot to teach the would be game-maker about the mis-use of talent. It is rough around the edges and perhaps ruined somewhat by modern computer equipment. But if you pick it up for cheap or in a bundle, I think it's worth a look.

My highlight of the game, has to be the drum & bass music with a 1950s bbc radio announcer accent layered over the top.
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A 4 de 5 personas (80%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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When I first saw aquanox is available on steam, I was really happy about it, another great title to play. But after I installed the game I discovered a lot of technical issues. First of all, there is no crossfire profile for this game, so if u got crossfire setup, you need to turn it off or you will get a nice flickering. Second problem comes if you choose the controllers of the game. Can be controlled by keyboard+joystick or keyboard+mouse combo. If you choose the later one and you have a modern laser mouse, you'll experince slow response time, which is kinda annoying. One solution for this problem, if you can get an older optical mouse. And finally let’s talk about the a game bit. If you want an undersea simulation or oceanic real-time strategy, then forget it, but if you're a fan of arcade action and great dialogues, then don't hesitate and grab it, even with those technical issues.
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★★☆☆☆

AquaNox is a 3D fighter craft action simulator. In a post-apocalyptic Earth where humanity now survives in the barely-restored ecosystems of the ocean floor, you play as "Deadeye" Flint, a Biont Wars veteran who's trying to make due as a mercenary since your personal submarine got stolen, just as a new menace comes forth from the depths.

Pros: The setting is unusual for the genre, as you are in an underwater sub rather than space. You're given some freedom to evolve, acquire new subs and weapons as the story progress, travel to different underwater stations, meet new people as you make money completing objectives. The game is open-ended and does its best to make the world feel like a complexe society of relationship webs.

Cons: The game aged horribly. If you're not wearing nostalgia goggles, you'll quickly see how graphics, sound and voice acting are terrible by today's standard. The ocean floor looks like early 90s 3D model landscapes, with a few algae plants here or there. I get that it's supposed to be barren, but that doesn't make the ocean any less bland-looking. The ocean floor isn't deep at all, removing the usual "full 3D" illusion space-based games of the genre have, and there's invisible walls everywhere a sub your's size should normally easily fit. The game refers to a whole bunch of places, names, locations and things to do, but it's just flavortext meant to tell a story that won't make sense even to those that played its prequal Archimedean Dynasty and only serves to make the few actually important reference hard to spot. Controls are ruined by badly balanced mouse sensibility: both too high AND too low, it's so high that targeting is a pixel-twitchy ordeal, yet it's so low it takes for ever to turn 180° (and adjusting the sensibility makes one a lot worst before the other gets better).

Verdict: I can understand this game is appreciated by those that played it back when it was considered a premium game. And I know some new comers might enjoy it (heck, I've seen a lot worst get fan support!), but my recent attempts left me thinking "I didn't remember it being that bad!", so there is no one I know I'll actually recommand AquaNox to.
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A 6 de 6 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado el 12 de octubre de 2014
Juegazo, tanto este como el 2 los tengo originales y fisicos. El uno tenia la duda de que la version steam no estuviera en español. Dado que mi version fisica esta doblada, pero esta tambien lo esta aunque en la pagina de la tienda diga que no :).

Que decir del juego XD Me encanta y punto jajaja :D. Me lo pille con el humble bundle por 1€ y solo por este por que los otros ya los tenia XD. Es bastante curioso por que a pesar de no ser un juego muy conocido en su epoca el doblaje me molo mazo.
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A 1 de 4 personas (25%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado el 10 de febrero de 2014
Esta muy Weno Muyayo
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