Silverfall Earth Awakening is an action RPG with unique graphical feel offering a fantastic quest to explore the new territories of Nelwë. In this heroic fantasy world where nature and technology collide you will have to make important choices which will lead you to side with one or the other.
Data de lançamento: 21 Fev 2008
Aviso: This is a stand alone expansion and does not require the original Silverfall to buy or play Earth Awakening.

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$9.99

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Silverfall Earth Awakening is an action RPG with unique graphical feel offering a fantastic quest to explore the new territories of Nelwë. In this heroic fantasy world where nature and technology collide you will have to make important choices which will lead you to side with one or the other. Play any one of the available six races, of which 2 are new: the stocky and lucky 'Dwarves' and the agile and treacherous 'Lizardmen', and prepare yourself to confront an impressive array of creatures and formidable bosses to save the realm of Nelwë.

  • Alongside the Elves, Goblins, Trolls and Humans, discover 2 new playable races with 5 specific skills each : The dwarves and the Lizardmen, and then customize your hero ( skin, gender , hair, etc .)
  • Master over 156 skills and magic spells, including 8 new exclusive 'Ultimate' skills and 12 unique 'High Level' skills for an even more devastating result.
  • Use different object crafting skills and make thousands of new and unique weapons, armour and spells.
  • Discover a new, fully adaptable game interface with improved ergonomics in which you can now control your hero with the mouse or keyboard.
  • Import your hero from Silverfall to Earth Awakening and keep your level, equipment and skills...or start the adventure from the beginning with a level 45 hero.
  • Playable with up to 8 players in multiplayer mode via LAN and in cooperative or PVP mode via the Internet.

Requisitos do Sistema

    • OS: Windows® XP/Vista
    • Processor: 2 GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 3D, 128 MB, Direct X® 9.0c compatible (Nvidia FX 5200, ATI 9500 or better)
    • DirectX Version: 9.0c
    • Sound: Direct X® 9 compatible
    • Hard Drive: 11 GB free hard drive space
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Mediocre game made worse by a terrible minimap that makes navigation frustrating.
Publicada: 11 fevereiro 2014
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this is a game with lots of confusing things and not my style
Publicada: 5 fevereiro 2014
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I was desperate for a new ARPG a while ago and bought this for a few bucks...not worth. The mechanics, skills, progression, basically everything is pretty poorly put together.
Publicada: 22 junho 2014
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Silverfall is one of those games I always wanted to buy at the game store but never pulled the trigger on. It sat on the shelf with Divine Divinity, another game I always wanted to buy but something else had more of my attention. Having now played the latter and just finished this game I can safely recommend that no one play this game and instead play Divine Divinity if you're looking for a hidden gem. Silverfall isn't bad but it's terribly mundane, I only ever encountered one crash and following the Steam forum suggestions didn't have any issues installing it. I played it to the end, though I'm not sure why, it's almost mind numbing enough combat like Diablo 2 to just parade through for loot but the loot isn't very exciting either. Overall I think this game was just a bit too easy, and while it isn't terrible it just isn't worth recommending that any of my friends play. It's one redeeming quality, if I had to choose one, would be that it's graphics engine plays quite nicely with the Nvidia Control Panel so I was able to easily add far more AA and AF than would have been possible at release. Even tech that wasn't available then like FXAA played nicely, sadly the game doesn't offer a lot of thought through detail so while you have a nice smooth cartoony look after adjusting settings you still aren't left with much to look at.
Publicada: 30 Mai 2014
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