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Dark Void™ es una aventura de ciencia ficción, una mezcla cargada de adrenalina de combate aéreo y terrestre. La acción se desarrolla en un universo paralelo denominado "El Vacío". El jugador se mete en la piel de Will, un piloto que ha llegado al misterioso Vacío merced a increíbles circunstancias.
Fecha de lanzamiento: 19 Ene 2010
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Dark Void™ es una aventura de ciencia ficción, una mezcla cargada de adrenalina de combate aéreo y terrestre. La acción se desarrolla en un universo paralelo denominado "El Vacío". El jugador se mete en la piel de Will, un piloto que ha llegado al misterioso Vacío merced a increíbles circunstancias. Este poco creíble héroe se verá atrapado muy pronto en una lucha desesperada por la supervivencia, y unirá sus fuerzas a un grupo rebelde de humanos denominados Los Supervivientes. Atrapados en El Vacío, estos luchadores de la resistencia están en guerra para contener a una misteriosa raza de alienígenas que planea cernirse sobre la Tierra.
Dark Void ofrece una mezcla única de combate aéreo en jet pack y lucha en tercera persona que añade una nueva y emocionante dinámica de juego a la clásica experiencia de los shooters en tercera persona. Llevando la acción en 3D a un nivel totalmente nuevo, el sistema único de combate vertical de Dark Void permite a los jugadores oscilar desde miles de pies de altura para cubrirse y arrojar a los enemigos a su perdición, proporcionando una nueva sensación de tensión y emoción al jugador. Will también está equipado con un potente jet pack que le permite luchar de forma agresiva en el aire, volando por el Vacío a toda velocidad mientras dispara a todo lo que se interponga en su camino.
  • Acción y aventura de ciencia ficción que combina el combate aéreo y a pie para una experiencia única en shooters en tercera persona
  • El jet pack de Will proporciona una libertad de movimiento absoluta, lo que permite a los jugadores correr contra los OVNIs en persecuciones a altas velocidades y lanzarse como una mortífera lluvia hacia los confiados extraterrestres
  • Velocidad y escala como ningún otro título de acción: envía a Will a toda velocidad por estrechos pasillos para llegar a inmensos cañones y paisajes futuristas
  • Sistema de combate vertical que desafía a la gravedad, en el que moverte hacia arriba es la única forma hacer caer a tus enemigos
  • Transición fluida entre el vuelo en jet pack, la lucha nave contra nave y la acción en tercera persona, todo en el mismo nivel - y no separado en "áreas" diferentes
  • Enormes jefes que requieren unos reflejos rápidos y devastadoras maniobras aéreas para ser derrotados
  • Desarrollado por Airtight Studios, un nuevo grupo que incluye miembros de la saga de videojuegos Crimson Skies

Requisitos del sistema

    Mínimo:
    • SO: Windows XP / Windows Vista / Windows 7
    • Procesador: Intel a 2.4 GHz o AMD a 2.0 GHz
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Series GeForce 7900 o Radeon HD 3850
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c / Shader Model 3.0
    • Disco Duro: 10 GB de espacio
    • Sonido: Compatible con DirectSound
    Recomendado:
    • Procesador: Intel Quad Core a 2.66 GHz o AMD Phenom X4
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Serie 9800 o serie ATI 4800
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Juego medio medio, no es la gran cosa para ser del 2010 la gráfica podría ser mejor, si bien la idea del juego esta buena tiene algunas cosas malas, como ejemplo esta solo en ingles, aunque dice en español, solo el menú esta así, ya que la historia no tiene subtitulos, y no encontré lugar en las opciones donde diga como activarlos si fuera que se puede, y no tiene muchas opciones donde buscar tampoco, lo que a mi gusto ya lo arruina ya que al ser solo audio ingles y no tener los subtitulos se pierde la historia en mi caso claro que no se ingles como para guiarme por el audio solamente, la jugabilidad no es mala es una onda Mass Effect, pero solamente la jugabilidad de los controles me refiero, no tiene los complementos de Rol del Mass Effect, ni nada por el estilo, sobre la historia al estar en ingles y solo jugarlo un rato no comento ya que no tendría sentido, pero se veía buena al ser una onda ciencia ficción y juntar los complementos de ataques en tierra y aire, en resumen es un juego que podría ser mejor pero se quedo a medio camino a mi gusto, si están aburridos y quieren jugar a algo por jugar es una opción, mas remarcando que solo jugué al inicio ya que no me atrapo el juego, tal vez avanzando mas en la historia del juego el mismo mejore, pero no es la gran cosa para mi, yo le doy un 5/10
Publicado: 25 marzo 2014
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Ever watched "The Rocketeer"?
Was a fictional 1991 movie with a guy flying with a jetpack on his back. Maybe the first most realistic implementation of the idea ever made.
Well this game was a complete inspiration of this concept. And it was sweet. But with a really messed up ending.
So here's the thing, you got a cool action game with lots of potential and very nice story telling almost as if it came out of a good Disney scifi movie (EXCEPT THE ENDING).
The voice acting was ok, and the graphics seemed also cool for a 2010 game.
Sweet environments and awesome gameplay including exploration and action on foot, while hovering and while flying.
Small but cool number of weapons to use, covering system omg yes, nice animations and models and decent maps to go through.
All well and cool and a story that looks intriguing up to a point. But if you like GOOD stories that are being WELL told.... you'll get a bad surprise..
The ending is so freakin dmn ♥♥♥♥ing LAME that it will make you stare at the ending credits with a serious WTF expression in yoru face wondering why you spent your time playing the whole thing at the first place.
If you like a good relaxing acton shooting game, then you will have np spending your time with it.
But if you appreciate good story and get mad when people ♥♥♥♥ the story up for you... Then you might not really enjoy the way this game ends.
For the 1,24 bucks spent to get this on this holiday special offers, this is a great deal.
But once you come to think that this title was once sold for full price and people actually bought it.... My god I feel sorry for them...


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What's the deal with companies getting to be so damn ♥♥♥♥ing lazy in some games?
I mean, ok, you get your ♥♥♥ down to gather developers, modelists, music composers, voice actors to get a job well done, and your script writer is like what, a ♥♥♥♥ing 10 year old?
Seriously this game could had been something really extraordinary enough to compete the top games of fictional story franchises ever.
And right at the ending, they completelly ♥♥♥♥ up the whole romance background between the main character and his (ex) /girlfriend/
After a huge ♥♥♥ final boss battle.. ~omg how freaking original right? - but ok let's say that this is an action shooter, It's understandable up to a point.
But anyway after the final boss battle, you, the chosen one, who are supposed to save the parallel universe world from the evil machines who enslaved humans, you get to kill and destroy all the means the alien machines ever tried to use to oppress the humans of that world.
While at it, all remaining humans build a huge ♥♥♥ freakin Ark that you have to keep fighting to keep it alive through hords and hords of enemies in order to get them to the portal to the real world [40s WW2 real life]
And just about before the big final, the prophet tells you that only YOU can go through the portal after revealing that you are the chosen one.
So instead of staying back helping all those people you dragged along just to acompany your sorry ♥♥♥ fighting in the sky on your way to the portal
instead of staying by teh side of the love of your life
instead of having the least amount of interest anyone could have had to explore a vast uncharted new world
The main character crosses the port. ALONE! Like not giving a single ♥♥♥♥ about anything that happened during the whole ♥♥♥♥ing game.
And that's not even the worst thing.
Right at the end of the boss fight, on the top of the highest and sharpest ♥♥♥♥ing peak ever existing in teh horizon.
After landing with your girlfriend right at the portal.
A bad guy appears out of ♥♥♥♥ing nowhere, without a ship, without ♥♥♥♥ing stairs to lead him up there, just spawns and stabs your gf!!
And even after that WTF-JUST-HAPPENED scene, does the main character take his gf back to the ark to have her aided? NO
Does he at least stay by her side to hold her hand on her final moment? NO.
He just crosses the portal, not giving a ♥♥♥♥ about his slowly dying gf and just sits watching her die with a sorry-♥♥♥ expression on his face.
Why the hell would you even take us through the whole romance story of the main character reuniting with his ex, actually bond all over again, reveal their background and have them fall in love all over again just to kill the girl and have the dude walk away like that without a kiss goodbye?
Where the ♥♥♥♥ did you take the script from? A ♥♥♥♥ing japanese manga for teenagers?
And as if all this didn't blow my mind well enough, you get to see a cinematic at the end.
Your main character sits by the side of river Thames thinking about that girl, then out of nowhere a guy who was a secondary character and a person who lived inside the parallel universe world, appears next to you wearing a suit and tells you "come on, there's much t be done"
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wait.. wasn't the main character the ONLY one who was able to cross the portal...?
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WHAT.THE.ACTUAL.♥♥♥♥.DUDE?!?!??!????!?!??!?!?
Publicado: 26 diciembre 2013
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crashed constantly on my rig, but the console version I played was pretty decent. the game could definitely use MORE jetpack flying action, and less cover based combat.
Publicado: 24 diciembre 2013
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tones of fun. part fps, part flight sim. during the flight parts you can swap between hover, fly, land, or take over friendly plains/cannons.

i had a hard time killing the bug walkers cause its a quicktime event and the promps are in xbox lingo. i found taking on the tail easier than the head part. i think there is a allways online check that could be linked to gfwl (though i didn't have to log in). hopefully it will be patched out or this could get removed.
Publicado: 8 diciembre 2013
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8/10

This is is a MUST HAVE game. Not to complex but anything else than borring. Every Chapter, every level you get new enemies, stronger and with new abilities but this also counts for you!

Easy to handle controls and great controller integration. Maybe just one downside and that is that the game is rather short and if you enjoy it as much as I do... it is just too short. Further more it has a story line and the game progress fits right into it. Good cutscenes where needed but not borring long or like qlot of "in between game" movies that tell a part of the game story, they come straight to the point and it is just a follow up and skippable!

I started the game while testing some newly installed games, it was the fourth I tested but the first that I played for 4 hours in a row berore moving on to the next game to test!
Publicado: 10 diciembre 2013
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