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15. Dezember 2015

Magicka 2 Receives Deadly Furious Ice in New "Ice, Death, and Fury" DLC



STOCKHOLM — Dec. 15, 2015 — Paradox Interactive, a publisher of games for chill people, today released “Ice, Death, and Fury” for Magicka 2, a new DLC set which adds all new ways to play with your combustible companions. The DLC, which contains ice, death, and fury in a broad variety of styles and combinations, is available today for Windows, Mac, and Linux PCs, and the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system.

Magicka 2, the critically exclaimed game that lets you spell “success” using electrified healing steam, can be played in brand-new game modes using the new DLC, and also challenges players to new boss fights and new questionable fashion advice with a new set of robes and weapons. To get “Ice, Death, and Fury,” visit https://www.paradoxplaza.com/magicka-2-ice-death-and-fury

Icy what we did here in this new video sneak peek:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EysTIISb-cw&feature=youtu.be

Magicka 2 brings players a vampire-free co-op action experience, featuring a creative spellcasting system where eight elements can be combined to generate a massive variety of destructive and occasionally productive effects. In the new “Ice, Death, and Fury” DLC set, new challenges and gameplay features have been added to the game, including:

Meet the New Bosses: Do battle with all-new standalone boss encounters, such as Insane Maxi, Mr. Carrot, and The Great Porkolino!!

Be On your Midgard: Use your cunning, creativity, and human-shield friends to survive new scenarios such as “Protect the King,” “Troll Cave,” “Darkness,” and “Old Wizards”

The Robe Warriors: Wear some sweet new wizard robes and weapons, including the “Death Apprentice Robe,” the “Crow Staff,” the “Robe of Riviera,” and a pearl-handled revolver, “Ol’ Trusty Rusty”

For more information on Magicka 2, visit www.Magicka2.com

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15. September 2015

FREE "Spell Again...Again!" Update for Magicka 2 (and some snazzy new DLC)



Hi Wizards!

Exciting news to share today! Today we introduce a huge re-vamp (totally no reference to Vlad there) of our spell system as well as release some exciting new DLC! First of all watch the below video and then read on for the full breakdown of what you can expect to see in today's update!

https://youtu.be/-ehtQ5F4L_U


Free Spell Update
- Improved Spell System and Effects. There are now even more spell combinations to make use of, most of the existing spells have had a graphical overhaul.

- Added Steam and Ice as Individual Elements. Just as it was in Magicka 1 these will take up one slot in the element queue:

  • Steam is made from Water and Fire
  • Ice is created from Water and Cold

- New Element! Poison! As above, this will take up one slot in the element queue. Poison is created from Death and Water.

- Added Poison State. When poisoned, the target will take damage over time. Damage done is dictated by the target's total health and the amount of Poison applied, the target will also become slowed. The poisoned state can be extended by applying more Poison to the target. The poisoned state can be removed by applying the Life element.

- Changed Ice Projectiles. Pure Ice is now a channeled spell, while Ice + Earth will work as it did before the change.

- Changed Projectile Charge Time. Earth and Ice + Earth have had their charge time reduced, meaning they will reach full effect faster. Damage for these spells has been re-balanced to work with this change.

- Re-balanced Mines. Mines now deal more base damage and reach their full damage faster.

- Changed Earth and Ice armor to also Reduce Push Received. When using an Earth or Ice armor, you will now also be more resistant to push effects . The amount of resistance depends on the amount of elements used when creating the armor.

- Changed Pure Shield. Duration has been increased, and will decrease faster when taking magic damage.

- Re-balanced Barriers and Elemental Walls. Physical barriers (Earth and Ice) now have a longer duration. They have also received a buff to the amount of damage they do when imbued with other elements.

- Overhauled the Challenge Experience. Reworked the challenge menu and added leader-boards.

There are also two bugfixes included:

- Mine Damage on Clients Fixed. Fixed an issue where clients mines would always deal damage as if they were fully charged.

- Fixed Sometimes not Getting Achievement for Completing Campaign. This issue should now be fixed and you should be able to get the achievements.

New DLC!

The Magicka 2 Gates of Midgård Challenge Pack ($3.99) A set of three new Challenge Maps, perfect for sampling new spells

http://store.steampowered.com//app/393830

The Magicka 2 Three Cardinals Robe Pack ($4.99) A stylish new selection of wizard-wear (not stain resistant; highly flammable; do not eat). Three robe and item sets are included, each with their own theme.

http://store.steampowered.com//app/393831

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Über dieses Spiel

Magicka ist ein satirisches Action- und Abenteuerspiel, das Sie in eine Fantasiewelt versetzt, die auf der nordischen Mythologie basiert. Es liegt an Ihnen, als Zauberer eines heiligen Ordens einem bösen Zauberer Einhalt zu gebieten, der durch seine widerlichen Kreationen, die die Truppen des Guten von allen Seiten umzingelt haben, die Welt in Aufruhr versetzt hat.
Sie erhalten die Möglichkeit, die Untertanen der Dunkelheit zu verzaubern und in deren Umgebung Chaos und Verwüstung anzurichten. Spielen Sie auch im Team mit Freunden und kämpfen Sie sich zusammen durch die Kampagne oder üben Sie sich in den magischen Künsten in anderen anspruchsvollen Modi.
Im Spiel Magicka begeben sich bis zu vier Spieler auf ein grandioses Abenteuer, um die Welt mit Hilfe eines vollkommen dynamischen Zauberspruch-Systems vor dem sicheren Untergang zu bewahren. Im Abenteuermodus erleben Sie drei verschiedene Levels, von den üppigen Wäldern der Bergtäler bis hin zu den eisigen Hallen des Bergkönigs. Dabei sind Köpfchen und kreatives Denken die Schlüssel zum Sieg.
Im freischaltbaren Hardcore-Herausforderungsmodus gilt es, die riesige Masse an Feinden abzuwehren und dadurch eine Eintragung in einer lokalen oder einer Online-Rangliste zu verdienen.

Eigenschaften:

  • Innovatives und dynamisches Zauberspruch-System
  • Co-op Modus für bis zu vier Spieler in allen Spielmodi sowie eine Einzelspieleroption
  • Kämpfen Sie sich durch 13 verschiedene Kampagnenlevels
  • Erkunden Sie ein weitreichendes Gebiet voller Abenteuer, um den bösen Zauberer zu besiegen
  • Finden Sie besondere Aufgaben, Gegenstände und machtvolle Magicks und schalten Sie diese frei
  • Erleben Sie die Parodie und Satire einer klischeehaften Fantasiewelt

Systemanforderungen

    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7 (32- or 64-bit)
    • Processor: Intel® Pentium® IV 2.4 GHz or AMD 3500+
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 2 GB Available Space
    • Video Card: NVIDIA® GeForce 8800 or ATI Radeon® X1900 (Integrated Video Cards not recommended)
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9
    • Sound: DirectX-compatible sound card
    • Additional: 3-button mouse, keyboard and speakers. DSL Internet connection for multiplayer. .NET 3.5 required
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3 von 3 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 8. Januar
Magika ist im großen und ganzen ein durchaus gutes Spiel. Eine Mischung aus Rätsel- und Kampfspiel mit einer Brise schwarzem Humor. Hier einige Vorteile und nachteile:

Pro:
- Komplexe Zauber
- schwarzer Humor
- Gegner haben versch. Schwächen -> man muss immer neue Taktiken verwenden
- kleine Eastereggs
- Gelungener Mehrspieler

Contra:
- kein variabler Schwierigkeitsgrad von ein bis vier Spielern; Gegnerstärke bleibt gleich
- Kampftaktiken oft nicht wirklich anwendbar
- Bugs
- Gegner drängen einen in Ecken des Bildschirms
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3 von 5 Personen (60%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
26.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 21. November 2015
Was FIFA für die einen ist, das ist Magicka für mich. Toller lokaler Muliplayer, auch wenn man versehentlich seine Freunde ... mit Arkan-und-Blitz-verzauberten explodierenden Eisbergmauern tötet.
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106 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
12.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29. November 2015
One of my playthroughs:
Boyfriend: "There's a big guy! Quick kill him"
Me: "Do not worry! I shall protect you!" *casts lightning bolt*
*Lightning bolt hits BF, he dies*
BF: "babe.... Was that you?"
Me: "............. No"

10/10 would accidentally electrocute boyfriend again
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20 von 21 Personen (95%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
155.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20. November 2015
Magicka is one of my favorite games, and one of the few that does a good job making you feel like a wizard.


The Good:

The crown jewel of Magicka's design is its spell creation system. It was not the first video game to allow you to design spells by selecting the path, area of effect, effects, and intensities. The Elder Scrolls: Arena had that in 1994, and there may be earlier examples I don't know about. It may be the first to allow you to create spells on the fly. It is also noteworthy for having no limits based on a mana pool or cooldowns. Instead, the main balancing forces are enemy resistances and the destructive power of your own spells. It's very easy to make a mistake and kill yourself or your allies.

Magicka is also well known and loved for its voice acting. Everyone speaks a mix of broken Swedish and jibberish. Vlad is an over the top Romanian vampire in denial. Death and Fafnir also sound great. I would love to know what sort of processing they performed on their voices.

Magicka has one of the best soundtracks I've ever heard. It's bombastic, complex, and memorable. Unfortunately it may be hard to appreciate with it often being drowned out by the sounds of the chaos around you.


The Bad:

Magicka is very buggy, even by modern PC gaming standards. Crashes and hangs are common. Weapons and staves, which may be unique, frequently clip through the map and disappear into the void forever. Players lose connection in online games often. The DLC is even worse. The Stars Are Left has an unpatched bug on the last level, where if you don't pass through the doors in the order the developers expected you to, not only does it crash, but it corrupts your save so you have to start that DLC over. The fact that is still unpatched is shameful, by the way.

Difficulty does not scale based on the number of players. The main game isn't that difficult to get through solo, but some of the DLC is very hard without a full party. I found the final fights in Dungeons and Daemons and The Stars Are Left to be impossible to solo.
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20 von 21 Personen (95%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
12.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14. November 2015
This game really can't be taken seiously, with all of its references to other movies and games, and dry comedy THIS IS SPARTA!!!! . Just got an Assualt Rifle in a fantasy game, somehow. Comedic story-telling aside, Magicka's elemental magic system ironically has a facinating science behind it, with many combinations of the 8 different types of Magic (Lightning, Water, Life, Arcane, Cold, Fire, Earth, and Shield). The game allows you to mix together different spells to form more potent and lethal spells (Water+Fire=Steam, Water+Cold=Ice), as well as enchant your weapon, cast upon yourself, or create an area of effect. With a "Magicks" spellbook, the game allows you to increase your speed, confuse an enemy, or summon a thunderstorm, and many others. The game also rewards and punishes you for different enemies, as you can electrocute enemies doused in water or wearing metal armor, or freeze wet enemies, or burn tree spirit golem things.
I enjoy playing this game, and would definitely recomend or even buy Magicka for a friend.

TL;DR, mix spells and burn things to the ground.

Ice+Ice+Ice+Ice+Earth = ONE HIT K.O.
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