Begeben Sie sich in eine Welt voller Zauberei, Wunder und mysteriösen Geheimnissen, kämpfen Sie sich durch verschiedene Missionen und verbessern Sie Ihre Fähigkeiten der Zauberkunst, der Waffenhandhabung sowie Ihren Nahkampf.
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Veröffentlichung: 17. März 2010

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Reviews

"Ein magisches und unterhaltsames Zaubererlebnis."

— 78% PC Gamer



"Dieses Spiel wird Ihnen gefallen, falls Sie in magischen Gefilden herumtollen möchten."

— 81% RPGFan



"Ein unterhaltsames und oft auch innovatives RPG-Erlebnis, dass jedem Rollenspielfan begeistern wird."

— 75% GameSpot

Über dieses Spiel

Begeben Sie sich in eine Welt voller Zauberei, Wunder und mysteriösen Geheimnissen, kämpfen Sie sich durch verschiedene Missionen und verbessern Sie Ihre Fähigkeiten der Zauberkunst, der Waffenhandhabung sowie Ihren Nahkampf. Ihre Kampfkunst wird gegen die dämonischen Monster auf eine harte Bewährungsprobe gestellt, denn die Dämonen sind nach Avencast eingedrungen und haben die Akademie in einen Ort des Chaos und der Zerstörung verwandelt..
Ausgestattet mit unzähligen Kampftechniken und Zaubersprüchen sowie einer großen Auswahl an Ausrüstungen müssen Sie sich auf die Suche nach der Quelle allen Übels machen und auf dem Weg dorthin Ihre Feinde vernichten. Verrat und Betrug bleiben nicht unentdeckt, denn die teuflische Armee bedroht die Existenz von Avencast zusehends. In all diesem Chaos werden Sie eine erstaunliche Entdeckung machen, die den vom Kampf gezeichneten Zauberer für immer verändern wird.
  • Das einzigartige und innovative Kampfsystem in Avencast bietet Ihnen im Gegensatz zum langweiligen Spiel per Mausklick ein Erlebnis, das rein auf Ihrem Können basiert. Kombinieren Sie Zaubersprüche und tödliche Angriffe und entwickeln Sie die Fähigkeiten Ihres Helden selbst!
  • Eine geniale Verbindung von dynamischer Action, Abenteuer und traditionellem Rollenspiel.
  • Fesselnde visuelle Effekte und Spezialeffekte lassen Sie in eine Welt der Magie eintauchen, die Sie noch nie zuvor gesehen haben.
  • Durch Stärke und Geschicklichkeit gewinnen Sie zwar die meisten Schlachten, aber Weisheit und strategisches Denken sind gefragt, um die Herausforderungen in Avencast zu überstehen.
  • Wählen Sie die Magiekunst, die zu Ihnen am Besten passt: die Kampf orientierte Magie des Blutes oder die weitreichende Magie der Seele, oder vielleicht doch lieber eine explosive Mischung aus Beidem?
  • Begegnen Sie Herden von alptraumhaften Monstern, die verschiedene Fähigkeiten und Kampfstrategien besitzen, welche Ihrem Verhalten angepasst werden.
  • Erwerben Sie neue Ausrüstungen, Waffen und Zaubersprüche, um Ihren Helden so stark wie möglich zu machen.

Systemvoraussetzungen

    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Prozessor: 2.2 GHz Intel Pentium oder 2200+ AMD Athlon Prozessor
    • Speicher: 512 MB (1 GB Vista)
    • Festplatte: 4.4 GB frei
    • Grafik: GeForce FX 5700 oder besser / ATI Radeon 9700 oder besser
    • Sound: DirectSound kompatibel
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
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5 von 10 Personen (50%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Verfasst: 12. März
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naja wieder ein Rollenspiel das keiner brauch...

Positiv :

Mini Map
Steuerung

alles andere würde ich als negativ bezeichnen. Weil es vom Aufbau bessere RPG's gibt.
Die Grafik ist nicht berauschend, Soundtrack und Sprecher ebenfalls nicht.
Zu der Story kann ich nichts sagen, aber die hat mich auch nicht interessiert, weil der Rest mich abeschreckt.


2009/2010 sind besser Rollenspiele erschienen, wie Dragon Age !
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19 von 27 Personen (70%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
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Verfasst: 10. Februar
This game is a fantastic throwback to the first three Harry Potter games by EA. As someone who played those games into the dust, I really appreciate this one. I would recommend this to anyone who enjoyed that series, as adventure RPG fans.

It's not a hard game, the difficulty seems to be geared towards children aged 10-14, with linear gameplay and some sidequests. You get to run around the castle freely, meeting the other students and perfoming odd tasks for them in any order that you wish. It's all very fun, especially when you get challenged by some of the minigames.

Sometimes I get severe freezing and lagging during battle with the follow camera enabled, but that is forewarned in the settings. All controls are re-bindable as you please.

I picked this game up with a very large coupon from Steam (You know, one of those 'deals you can't refuse'), and I would say it's priced very fairly at 9.99-14.99.
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15 von 22 Personen (68%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
0.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 21. Juni
I have nearly 500 games in my Steam account, and the vast majority of them are still unplayed. So now I'm dedicating an hour to each of these games and writing a series of One Hour Reviews. An hour isn't very long to judge a game on, so think of this as more of a first impression, and take this review in the spirit in which it's given. Be sure to read other reviews from players who have spent more time in the game.

One Hour Reviews - Game 15
Avencast
Purchase Date: 3/14/2015

I got this game for free thanks to a promotion from Bundle Stars. I'm grateful I didn't have to pay anything for this, because this means the only thing I wasted was an hour of my life.

I'll start with the few things that I didn't hate about this game. The graphics were a little dated, but not bad. Avencast provides some level of customization options which cover the basic configuration options, along with a handful of more advanced options.

The opening of the game begins with a nifty cutscene explaning the story. I liked the art style used in the opening sequence. The game explains how you are a young boy with an aptitude for magic, who is raised by an old mage before being sent to the Academy of Avencast to continue his studies.

After the cutscene ends, the game begins inside of a classroom, and it turns out the boy is kind of a dumbass who is sleeping in class and gets scolded at by his teacher before being kicked out of class. So now I get to explore the academy after the game tells me to pick up a staff and head out.

As I explore I meet a few of the other instructors, whose personalities seem to either be 'bumbling' or '♥♥♥♥♥♥♥'. I'm quickly piled up with various little quests, mostly involving killing little critters.

The voice acting wasn't terrible, but it wasn't very good either. But something was really odd in the way the voices were recorded. It's like the developers were trying to add some kind of echo effect, which I'm guessing was supposed to emulate what a voice would sound like in the halls of a castle. It just sounded off to me.

I soon was introduced to my first bit of combat. It's become clear to me very quickly that this game wants to focus on the combat, and not so much the story. Maybe that comes later. But for now I am busy fighting imps. The combat is really basic to start with, and involves 2 things. The right mouse button shoots purple orbs, until you run out of mana. The left mouse button swings the staff. So basically combat strategy involves dodging attacks by double-tapping movement keys, while using either of these 2 types of attacks to take out enemies.

Once you level up, you do get the oppportunity to spend skill points to get new spells. One annoyance about the level up process is there is no 'commit' after spending your points. I ended up spending all of my points on attributes before realizing I had to spend these same points to get spells as well. Unfortunately the points are instantly spent so there's no take-backsies, unless you want to reload the game.

I would have probably found these annoyances a little easier to deal with, except for one problem. I absolutely hated the control scheme in this game. If your game has multiple control schemes, and one of them is named "Expert Controls", it most likely means you're doing it wrong. There was absolutely no need for the controls to be this cumbersome.

You have 3 choices of control schemes, Easy Control, Expert Control, and Follow camera. I found easy control and follow camera to be fairly similar. In these modes, the camera stays pinned to your back. Moving the mouse will then move the camera as your character turns. But the problem with this control mode is that the mouse pointer stays pinned to the center of the screen. So if you need to hit the icons on the left of the screen to bring up your inventory, you have to hold down the middle mouse button.

Expert control is even worse. In this mode, the mouse moves the mouse pointer without the character turning. To move the camera, the middle mouse button has to be used. This doesn't sound bad, but in combat, it's very trying to coordinate pointing the camera while trying to independently move your character. In the end I wished they had just made this a first person game, or looked to some other game for some better ideas on controls.

The best way to sum up Avencast is to imagine taking the world of Harry Potter, then stripping out any trace of it's charm and warmth. Then add a bunch of uninspired characters giving out boring quests, along with a bunch of combat, a few puzzles, and top that all off with a control scheme that serves as a far bigger villian than the actual bad guys.

Even for free I couldn't recommend this.
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4 von 5 Personen (80%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
22.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19. März
Kind of a "meh-ish" RPG. You are in an academy for the entire game, which would be fun at first but gets boring and makes the game feel less than grand in scope. The story isn't that interesting. There is a lot of loot, but they mostly look the same and the pricing of items and value doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Also the stats on items aren't explained and you can't really tell the effects or how important certain things are. You can basically go spellcasting or battle mage. There is Summoning but you can't choose to go it, you just get certain summons based on your path. More could have been done with the summons, as I only got 3 the whole game and they were a obelisk, a scorpion, and a seahorse (daaaaaa...derp?). The summons don't level or change. You only get a few spells and most of the higher ones in the trees are just an upgraded version of your one before. They have to be bound to the f1-f4 buttons, which isn't handy, and you can only have 4 bound at once. They try to get cute and have you use direction combinations with mouse clicks to cast them if you don't use hotkeys, but they forget this isn't street fighter and in the thick of battle its hard to remember what 2 directions and which mouse click do what.....RPGs have 1 button spells for a reason. More could have been done to make the spellcasting intuitive and better all around. The spellcasting tree is basically a waste, as most spells do underwhelming damage and your high damage one takes 5 seconds to cast, leaving you super vulnerable, and you can't keep moving when you cast it meaning if they move out of the way at all (which they always do, must be smart AI programming) you always miss them. This means you basically just have to attack them when they fight your summon, and maybe cast a spell if they are in a corner and you know it's worth it. I didn't get a spell that actually felt strong or like it was helpful until about 9/10 done with the game. Also all the spells are offensive, and involve shooting or calling down something to hurt them. There are no healings/buffs/etc, which lacks variety, in the spellcasting tree. The game worked and was decent length. Like I said, serviceable, but don't expect much. 6.5/10.
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9 von 16 Personen (56%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Verfasst: 12. März
WoW. Suprise to find this game for free.
http://grabfreegames.net/free-steam-game-avencast-rise-of-the-mage-until-monday/

I had another copy of it some time ago that's not on steam and played though most of this game.

It's a really good game not really exactly the level of Torch light II or diablo but simular and have a better quest listings.

Get this while it's free!
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