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Sword of the Stars: Complete Collection incluye los juegos originales de Sword of the Stars y las tres expansiones Born of Blood, A Murder of Crows y Argos Naval Yard. Es el año 2405 y científicos humanos han descubierto una nueva tecnología que permite realizar viajes interestelares a velocidades superiores a la de la luz.
Fecha de lanzamiento: 3 Oct 2008
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"...Sword of the Stars mezcla una parte de los combates estratégicos en tiempo real al estilo de Homeworld con una porción idéntica del juego de construcción de imperios interestelares Master of Orion. El resultado no puede ser más satisfactorio, añadiendo una compleja capa de estrategia por turnos en las batallas espaciales en 3D y en tiempo real del juego."
— PC Gamer UK

"Tiene todo lo que esperas en una dominación estelar."
— Penny Arcade

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Sword of the Stars: Complete Collection incluye los juegos originales de Sword of the Stars y las tres expansiones Born of Blood, A Murder of Crows y Argos Naval Yard.

Es el año 2405 y científicos humanos han descubierto una nueva tecnología que permite realizar viajes interestelares a velocidades superiores a la de la luz. Pero ocurre una tragedia, la Tierra es arrasada por una fuerza alienígena. El nacimiento de una nueva era fue eclipsado por una triste y nueva realidad...

Sword of the Stars:
  • 4 razas diferentes - Humanos, Hiver, Tarkas y Liir
  • Un potente motor gráfico que proporciona gráficos que te dejarán sin aliento y un sólido estilo de juego
  • Cada raza tiene un singular modo de transporte entre los sistemas estelares, proporcionando estilos de juego muy diversos
  • Más de 150 tecnologías distintas a investigar en un árbol tecnológico dinámico
  • Más de 40 armas en seis diferentes clases
  • Los jugadores pueden diseñar y construir naves de tres tipos de tamaño - Destructor, Crucero y Dreadnought
  • Hasta 8 jugadores pueden jugar contra la IA y otro en LAN u online
  • Elige entre una variedad de escenarios de campaña para jugar solo o con amigos

Born of Blood:
  • Juega en la piel de los despiadados Esclavistas Zuul con más de 90 nuevas naves y su singular sistema de navegación – la Navegación de Túnel
  • Más de 25 tecnologías nuevas
  • 15 armas más que puedes añadir a tus naves
  • Nuevas naves para las cuatro razas originales, incluyendo: Guerra, Proyector, Embarque y un nuevo tipo de defensa satélite – la Plataforma de Defensa Torpedo
  • 4 encuentros galácticos adicionales, una nueva gran amenaza además de 3 escenarios únicos y 6 mapas originales
  • Nuevas características de juego, incluyendo Esclavitud, Rutas Comerciales y Comunicaciones Diplomáticas

A Murder of Crows:
  • Una Nueva Sexta raza – Los Morrigi
  • Nuevas Naves - Sobre una docena de naves nuevas
  • Singular Sistema de Navegación ‘Grav Flock’ para los Morrigi
  • 15 armas nuevas
  • 27 nuevas tecnologías y el nuevo árbol tecnológico Alienígena-Cultural y de Drones
  • Naves transportadoras de Drones disponibles en los tres tipos de tamaño
  • Naves constructoras, una variedad de estaciones orbitales, naves espías, naves de vigilancia policial y mucho más
  • Un completo conjunto de mejoras y nuevos elementos para la interfaz

Argos Naval Yard:
  • 19 nuevas tecnologías
  • Más de 75 nuevas naves que poder construir
  • 10 nuevas armas / 3 nuevos escenarios
  • Para un solo jugador / multijugador con mapas en cooperativo

Requisitos del sistema

    • Sistema Operativo: Microsoft® Windows® 2000 / XP / Vista
    • Procesador: Intel® Pentium® a 1.5 GHzo equivalente
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM (2 GB para Vista)
    • Disco Duro: 3 GB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: Tarjeta gráfica compatible con DirectX® 9 y con 128 MB de VRAM
    • Sonido: Compatible con DirectX® 8.1 o posterior
    • Versión de DirectX®: DirectX® 9c
    • Conexión a Internet: Al menos un módem de 56 k
    • Requisitos del Multijugador: Clave Gamespy (proporcionada por el distribuidor)
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So my friend introduced me to this game as he wanted more friends to play with. It was an old game (relatively) and I expected a few laughs and not much else. I didn't ask for this. I didn't ask for Civilization in space. I didn't ask for all the lore and all the different races and ships. I didn't ask for interesting space combat and with ship by ship construction and pretty high level strategy. They even forced multiple maps down my throat with a tech tree that is randomly generated from game to game! It was horrible. Terrible. I didn't want this.

On a more serious note. The game is fun, as usual especially with friends. Has a pretty good learning curve, interesting races with tons of lore to read. Every race plays different and is interesting in what they are good and not good at. Good mechanics and has actual space battle where you control the ships in 3d space. It can be a bit daunting at times and for some people it might get boring if things get slow. However I very much liked this game. Certainly gave me some sleepless nights staying up to play it. Graphics are solid. No real complaints, though games do tend to go very long.
Publicado: 18 enero 2014
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A 10 de 10 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Truly an amazing game. It is really interesting, you never run out of things to do. The only problem I had with the game is that it takes a bit to master... The tutorial is not very detailed, but with a few guides, you should have no problem.
I would definitely recommend it to anyone that wants to play a good strategy game.
Publicado: 27 enero 2014
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A 8 de 8 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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This game seems not so impressive at first. The graphics aren't that good, the gameplay seems boring and so on. But if you truly get into this game, it really pays off: The research system is interesting and quite complex, the combat can be really fun (and the explosions look good :D) and to conquer over 250 stars and expanding a giant space empire is a blast.

This gem is truly not for the casuals, but for the not-so-hardcore-RTS-space-fans (yes, it's very special).
Publicado: 17 enero 2014
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Great game, just steer clear of Sword of the Stars 2.
Publicado: 15 enero 2014
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I'd probably call this game a cult classic, but I don't even think the following it has would extend that far. Which is a shame, considering how epic this game is. Honestly I can say if you want a 4X space strategy game, get this, and ignore the sequel.

Why? You might ask, surely the sequel is better! Wrong, it had a terrible, terrible launch, released in a bad unfinished state, to the point where even clicking the new game button would crash it. Which isn't the developers fault, i'd like to add, they suffered the same problem that plague's most games today, the publisher forced them to push it out the door.

But back to the original topic. SotS is addictive and more importantly, fun. Six races to choose from, each with their own quirks and style of play. You can set up a galaxy with a number of options, ranging from amount of stars, to the galaxy shape, the size of the stars themselves, the distance between them... basicaly you can create any game you like and choose who you want to play and play against.

It has a randomised research tree, every game. So don't get comfortable with those awesome beam weapons, come the next game, you might be unlucky and not get that tech. There are some essential techs that every race gets, every game, like the very basic laser or mass driver tree. But each race has different probabilities of getting access to the much more advanced technologies that are in the various trees.

The empire management is... basic, you colonise planets and they develop on their own, terraforming till they are suitable for your race, and building infrastructure. Some planets are so hostile that you can't even colonise them, although there are technologies that you might get access to that can improve the hazard they impose.

Ship design is another interesting and fun part of the experience, as you pick different sections and weapons to put on your ships. Maybe you'd like a ship fully loaded with missles? Sure, go ahead, just be mindful that if the AI has a lot of point defense, that ship will be nearly pointless. So a lot of designing can revolve around what gets thrown against you, or what you come up against.

Then, theres the random encounters... which is an option you can fiddle with in the game settings when you make the galaxy. Basically, it is what it says on the tin, a random encounter can range from a asteroid shower, which can wipe out a new colony, to getting attacked by slavers. But there are special types of encounters, which often turn out to be dangerous and can take massive fleets to stop. I'll give you an example of a grand menace I encountered in a game I played, The Peacekeeper. This dude comes into the map and travels to the center of the galaxy and makes a speech, telling you to stop all hostilities with each other and stop prodcution of war ships. Break these rules while he's on the map, and he attacks you. Sounds reasonable, right? Wrong, this guy is... holy mother of god frightening, he will literally tear your fleets to shreds, no matter what tech you have. Luckily, he doesn't discriminate and will love wailing on the AI as much as you if they step out of line.

All in all, Sword of the Stars is an impressive, and addictive game, that is starting to show it's age graphically, but the fun factor and replayability keeps me coming back to it. I deffinitely reccommend this title to any 4X fans, and especially to space strategy fans. It's an easy to pick up game, thats difficult to master.
Publicado: 14 febrero 2014
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