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Dans ION ASSAULT les joueurs disposent de milliers de particulers Ion pour pulvériser ce qui apparaît à l'écran ! Jouabilité originale : jeu centré autour de la mécanique des fluides. ION ASSAULT ajoute une touche d'arcade avec un style de jeu de tir de l'espace !
Date de parution: 17 nov 2010
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Dans ION ASSAULT les joueurs disposent de milliers de particulers Ion pour pulvériser ce qui apparaît à l'écran !
Jouabilité originale : jeu centré autour de la mécanique des fluides. ION ASSAULT ajoute une touche d'arcade avec un style de jeu de tir de l'espace !
Tous le monde peut jouer : ION ASSAULT permet aux novices comme aux vétérans d'y trouver leur intérêt. Plus vous détruisez rapidement les obstacles et plus le nombre d'ennemis sera important.

Comprend :

  • Jeu classique de tir avec un profondeur tactique : les particules Ion sont en nombre limité
  • Des milliers de particules
  • Utilisez votre vaisseau spatial pour détruire les ennemis et les astéroïdes en absorbant et en tirant des particules Ion
  • Collectionnez les améliorations pour personnaliser votre vaisseau
  • 30 ennemis différents à pulvériser
  • Combattez dans 4 secteurs chacun gardé par un boss terrifiant !
  • Plus de 20 niveaux : 5 par secteur
  • Partez à la conquête du classement

Configuration requise

    Minimum :
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Processeur : Core 2 Duo @ 2.0GHz
    • Mémoire vive : 1 Go de RAM
    • Carte graphique : (GeForce 7800 GT / ATI HD 2600 XT) avec 512 Mo de mémoire vidéo
    • DirectX® : DirectX 9
    • Disque dur : 150 Mo d'espace disque
    • Son : Carte son compatible DirectX
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12 personne(s) sur 14 (86%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
9.3 heures en tout
Ion Assault is an arcade space shooter that has not really a lot in common with the typical arcade shooter. The beautiful art and level design is the best special feature in this game.The graphical effects for the Ion Particles are excellent. The game is a small, independently developed affair, and the graphics largely reflect that. Many of the effects, however, give Ion Assault a real vibrancy. The game's soundtrack is made up of techno and dance music. Your appreciation of this will be very much down to personal taste.Ion Assault is worth a look if you are a fan of the genre or space arcade shooters in general. It combines two well established formulas and adds some extra mechanics to make a rather interesting game.Ion Assault is a well polished, frantic and addictive little game. Unfortunately it comes with plenty of little frustrations, not least of which is that if you want to play, you have to be able to dedicate enough time to make it to the end of the campaign, else you'll lose your progress.Overall 6/10.
Posté le : 19 juillet
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4 personne(s) sur 5 (80%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
5.0 heures en tout
This is a unique and enjoyable little shoot-em up. Whereas most shmups are about precision movement with wildly imprecise shooting of bullets everywhere, this changes it up with it's mechanic wherein you need to gather up enough matter from the map to shoot out. The result is that you have to get skilled at shooting precisely, because if you waste a shot, you have to gather up particles again for the next try. Often if I wasn't sure if I could be precise enough, I would opt to move in really close before taking the shot. It's very fast paced and challenging. At first it was a bit overwhelming with so many particles moving on the screen, but I got over that quickly. They made good art choices which kept the enemies or shots from getting drowned out by the particles, so it was very seldom that anything snuck up on me in the chaos. All around, I was very impressed with the art for this game. Often 2D shmups are made with far less eye candy.

The one bad thing I'll say is that I was rather frustrated by their level progression system. There isn't really a save file that you can continue from. Instead you just permanently unlock levels by beating them, which would be fine except that it doesn't do it by stages, it does it by the larger chapters, of which there are only 4 in the game. This means you have to beat 25% of the game at a time to make any permanent progress. If you call it quits for the night on stage 3-5, then next time you have to start again at 3-1. On the bright side, while you're in a playthrough, you can keep hitting continue when you die, so you don't get sent all the way back for that, just for closing down the game session.

Don't let that flaw stop you from getting it however. It's a great game, but you just need to make sure you have a chunk of time to devote to it if you want to make progress.
Posté le : 4 avril
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21 personne(s) sur 40 (53%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
7.1 heures en tout
It's okay
Posté le : 6 mai
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2 personne(s) sur 3 (67%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
0.2 heures en tout
A 'thrust' style 'shoot the asteroids' arcade game with nice graphics and sound, Ion Assault's control system is not as fluid as it should be for a game of this type and having to charge your weapon over and over in the early stages doesn't allow for the frenetic gameplay a shooter requires. I'm sure it improves as you progress but I, for one, don't have the desire to find out. 40% is being generous. But I picked it up as part of a cheapy deal so I MAY look at it again - don't hold your breath.
Posté le : 13 avril
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2 personne(s) sur 4 (50%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
4.9 heures en tout
This game sucks, i payed very cheap (0.99) but still it's awful. Unless i could get some money with the SteamCroms. Don't buy it, this game was a waste of time.
Posté le : 23 mars
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15 personne(s) sur 16 (94%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
2.0 heures en tout
I have this game for PSN as well. On the surface it looks like a new school version of the arcade classic Ateroids. It is a simple mouse and arrow key game with a few special weapons. The objective of each stage is simple.... blow up all of the asteroids. There is an option to use the X-Box 360 controller, but there is no menu support for the controller which leads you having to use the mouse anyway. To top that off, the targeting is literally rotating the ship instead of just aiming at something.

Ion Assault has a few twists that make the experience both better and worse. The improvements to the experience are simple, variety of enemies and boss fights in the story mode. These are the only good things about the game that add to the old Asteroids formula without taking away.

Now for the negatives, lets start with the fact that you need to absorb ions to shoot. This means you need to hold down your mouse button and fly around the single screen stage to collect ions. The more ions you have, the stronger your shot will be from your space ship. Its not just enough to hold it down, but having to collect the ions seems like a chore. Your ion blaster doesn't feel impactful at all even when fully charged with a screen full of ions.

Another downside is having these ions EVERYWHERE means the screen is covered in blue and for the most part the enemies are blue... a brighter blue, but a blue nevertheless. It just makes it more difficult to see. This is a game about precision, having to shoot in a direction with your mouse, all while piloting around a single screen. To make things worse, if you knock the screen border, your ship will bounce off and most likely hit something and make you die.

This is not a fun game, but it is a challenging one. Every level / stage feels exactly the same as the previous. Destroy asteroids. Shoot them and they split in pieces which then need to be shot again and again until they are no more. Eventually your screen will just be full of enemies, with your weapon too weak to kill anything. If I could shoot without having to collect ions, then it would feel better.

I cannot even justify this game for $2 even if the Steam version is superior to the PSN version in ways that seem inconsequential. Oh and to top it off, Beat Hazard is just a lot more fun and you can see what you're even doing without having to charge a beam.
Posté le : 29 juillet 2013
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