Enfréntate en los terrenos de prueba y prepárate para Future Wars. Al igual que títulos clásicos como Advance Wars y Battle Isle, el juego lleva la estrategia lejos de la excesiva microgestión en que se ha convertido y, usando unos simples y demostrados principios de piedra-papel-tijeras, reabre el género para todo el mundo.
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 7 de abr. 2010

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"This game is basically advanced wars, not that thats a bad thing infact its a very good thing."

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Enfréntate en los terrenos de prueba y prepárate para Future Wars.

Al igual que títulos clásicos como Advance Wars y Battle Isle, el juego lleva la estrategia lejos de la excesiva microgestión en que se ha convertido y, usando unos simples y demostrados principios de piedra-papel-tijeras, reabre el género para todo el mundo.

Con un moderno motor 3D que proporciona los gráficos, una desafiante jugabilidad y un conjunto de reglas fácil de aprender pero difícil de dominar rodeado por una atractiva trama, el juego será de interés tanto para los recién llegados como para los jugadores asiduos.

También están disponibles un acceso ilimitado e infinitas posibilidades de modificar el juego mediante una estructura de datos abierta, scripts abiertos y un editor fácil de usar.


Características

  • Modernos gráficos en 3D y una demostrada jugabilidad integrados en una atractiva y, a veces, humorística trama
  • Infinitas posibilidades de modificación mediante una estructura de datos abierto, scripts abiertos y un editor
  • Innovadores y exclusivos modos de juego como IA contra IA o juego por e-mail
  • El principio de piedra-papel-tijeras hace que Future Wars sea fácil de aprender pero difícil de dominar
  • Los logros permiten horas de juego en las que alcanzar los máximos honores

Requisitos del sistema

    Mínimo:

    • SO: Windows® XP / Vista™ / Windows® 7
    • Procesador: Pentium D a 3.0 GHz o superior
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM (2 GB para multijugador)
    • Gráficos: ATI Radeon X1600XT o gráfica compatible con Pixel Shader 2.0 o nVidia Geforce 8800GTS o superior
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c
    • Disco Duro: 500 MB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Compatible con DirectSound®

    Recomendado:

    • SO: Windows® XP / Vista™ / Windows® 7
    • Procesador: Intel Core 2 Duo a 2.13 GHZ o superior
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM (2 GB para multijugador)
    • Gráficos: ATI Radeon X1600XT o gráfica compatible con Pixel Shader 2.0 o nVidia Geforce 8800GTS o superior
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c
    • Disco Duro: 500 MB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Compatible con DirectSound®
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A 12 de 13 personas (92%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 19 de diciembre de 2014
What and absolute piece of crap, its so bad it would be hilarious if it werent for the 70 cents i wasted buying this abomination.
After seeing all the negative reviews i though, come on, it cant be THAT bad, well, i was wrong.
Seriously dont buy it, go and emulate advance wars instead.
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This looks like it might have been a good game in the mid-nineties. The devs put a lot of detail in making the game seem like it was an old classic that had not aged well through the multiple ports, and the way they put in the auto-crash surprise complete with text dump really does make one sentimental for the old DOS days. But probably the most impressive example of their attention to detail has to be in the options panel. These sly characters purposely set the mouse scroll speed so fast it takes a true gamer to master the challenge of actually getting the option controls open. But there is a further easter egg, because you find there is NO SCROLL SPEED CONTROL! Now how perfect is that? Just exactly what you would expect of some 1995 game that came on both 3.5" and 6" floppys in the box!

tl;dr
These guys built a masterpiece of parody, even though they released it in 2010 you would never know. You would think it is much much older.
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Publicado: 21 de diciembre de 2014
Installed, launched and tried to setup a new profile and the game crashed to desktop. Launched again, got past that screen but couldn't select my native resolution (1920x1080) so had to play with either black bars or bad stretched aspect ratio. Edge mouse scrolling was non-functional at bottom but worked sides and top. Scroll speed was way to fast and no option to adjust speed. The UI felt clumsy and took too many clicks for simple instructions.

Over the game feels like it needs a lot more work before it's fun to play.
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It is not a good sign when the most recent news in more then half a year is an article link to a review of a game that is in a difference catagory, different country and even different decade that just happens to have the same name. No one proof read that first?

I was hoping for a decent Advanced Wars knock off but this game is sub par even with that expectation. The story is cringe worthy and I lost interest after the first few missions. Unless you are desperate for a title of this type then you should avoid it...or maybe go look at that other game in the new article.
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Publicado: 7 de diciembre de 2014
I’ve played a fine number of the turn-based strategy games provided in it’s small market and I have a deep appreciation for them because of how easy they are to pick up for a casual gamer and how much depth they offer for anyone willing to take the risk of playing with a more hardcore approach. I was curious and slightly amused to say the least about the bold claim that Future Wars was able to “take turn based strategy gaming away from the micromanagement overkill” and “open the game for newcomers while appealing to the hardcore gamer just the same!" So after playing the game I can safely say that Future Wars isn't anything that I expected at all and is actually a very pretentious trainwreck of a game.

Radon labs, the creators of Future Wars, put a lot of effort into advertising it's "easy rock-paper-scissors" combat system being able to attract hordes of gamers with it. Though sadly this claim fell short of the company's expectations or they're probably lying because in all reality the game doesn't have much of a combat system at all. Looking through the game's "Unit Information" you'll discover that the only information your units have are a class type, it's attack range and the number of spaces it can move. In other words, the combat in this game is based off of a random roll of the die. This is no exaggeration either. it got painfully obvious that no matter what units I was using they had no real effect on the tide of battle as soon as I clocked in over 40 minutes on a single mission. In one of the missions, where I was required to capture an enemy base and eliminate all enemy units they would constantly spawn wave after wave of classes from their factory each turn. Eventually when combat actually engaged regardless of what environment I was in (which in theory give you defense boosts) or if the unit I had was “stronger” or “weaker” than the enemy's the damage being clocked in from both sides would be a completely random range of high or low damage.

This completely destroyed any difficulty the game could possibly have and made the entire game unplayable as the game became an endless cycle of build, attack, and rebuild that would never go anywhere because of how little damage would always be dealt and with how many units can be spawned with the constantly endless flow of cash. Future Wars also had little things that could've made the game a little easier to stomach but were totally forgotten. Such as no skip buttons for the very long battles, no indication of who can be moved or not, having to play every unit before ending your turn, or the camera forcing you to pan back to a unit every time they take any sudden movement are only a few of the game's unneeded annoyances. It also doesn’t help that the HUD is nearly impossible to work with. There is little to no information for what each button and symbol in the game’s menus stand for forcing you to take a wild guess with the small and tiny thumbnails sitting by by numbers that had no real meaning to you. Though considering that even environments with high numbers by the shield symbol on the HUD made no difference over how much damage was given they probably don't even really matter anyways.

The game also looks very ugly, the textures of the objects in the game are very smudgy and pixelated even on computers that can meet the game’s mind boggling 3.0ghz processor requirement and the character design looks goofy with everyone dressed up as superheroes and wearing sun visors in dark rooms. Then there's the story, you can't really actually care about anything bad happening to the characters since all the battles are done on computer simulations and have zero real life consequences on the characters even when a "bad guy" is introduced. The dialogue is also very, very nonsensical with a bunch of weird comments made by the characters or looking like it comes out of a 12 year old's stories on her long forgotten Livejournal page. Future Wars simply isn't a a good game, it's not even one that really needs to exist. It tries it's hardest to fix something that was never broken to begin with and fails miserably by not even providing any depth to it's broken core. It's ugly, it's broken, its built off of zero combat direction, and it's story is badly written that even those who received the game in a bundle or got it on sale for less than a dollar will feel like they've been ripped off. The turn based strategy genre is already small as it is and offers far better titles that do so much more that even considering this game is unnecessary.
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Publicado: 18 de mayo
*Note* I got this on a coupon

This game when I first loaded it made my computer crash and have multiple errors afterwards. After that occurred, I did not hesitate to uninstall the game.

- 2 months later -

I had decided to reinstall the game. This time it actually didn't crash my computer! However, the AI had no idea what it was doing and made this game seem very unfinished to me. I never played again. Maybe some day the game will be blessed and be better, because this game has potential. Who knows when that day will come?

Overall Rating : 4/10

Recommendation : No

Reason: Has potential,but seems very unfinished

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Well I was given this game by a mate and I am really not sure why he gifted me it because I have no interest in playing it. I guess it's alright if you are into Advanced Wars and that sort of thing, but it just doesn't tickle my pickle you know? I am more kind of a gmod guy, and a Rust guy, not a Future Wars guy, but thanks anyway Dave :-)
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I had to email my save to my friend so he could take his turn. He then emailed the save back.
Really?
Might as well have been playing checkers in Notepad over the internet.
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Tries to be Advance Wars. Fails on all fronts. Maybe someday a successor to the Nintendo hit will grace PC...but this isn't it.
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Some games shouldn't have been made and for good reason... if this isn't on that list along with E.T. for Atari then I must've been sent straight to hell. This game is quite literally the worst game I've ever played. I'd rather play russian roulette with Saddam Hussein, Hitler, and Miley Cirus than spend another second playing this game. The only good part about is the fact it even has a tutorial at all... not that it really helps much. All it really seems like is last minute school project you through together in 3 minutes that narrowly gets into the C- range. It's easier just to play chess with a serial killer then atleast the killer would kill you before you had the chance to play and figure out yes it is possible to make a game so bad that even a Helen Keller would find it annoying and all around terrible. In other words this game was gifted to me and I still want my money back for it.
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Abominación absoluta que intenta calcar a la fabulosa saga Advanced Wars ,pero falla estrepitosamente en todos sus aspectos (jugabilidad,música,historia,gráficos, inteligencia artifical enemiga, etc etc).
A pesar de no haber casi juegos de este género que sean exclusivos para PC ,ésto sigue teniendo un nivel de calidad extremadamente paupérrimo ,que hará que eres un novato , aborrezcas el género para siempre,y si conoces Advance Wars,desearías estar jugando a él (de hecho,recomiendo emularlos y olvidar esta basura).
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Publicado: 23 de mayo de 2014
no recomiendo este juego. muy dificil de entenderlo es bastante aburrido pesimos graficos y no es compatible con mandos definitivamente no lo recomiendo
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You decided out of good reasons not to have a one-session online multiplayer mode. As in more complex maps, turns can take up to an hour, it just does not make sense to us. a Dev said,

This is one of the dumbest things I've ever seen. If we want to spend a couple hours in a game why not let us. I know it may not be for everyone but the option should still be there. Especially since the game claims to have online multiplayer. This is borderline false advertising. As even if you are passing your save back and forth you are still only playing single player. No real time play or competitiveness. And you have to use outside software. This ruins the game. The ignorance of the developers to assume this would be enough is just that, ignorant.
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Publicado: 27 de diciembre de 2013
Multiplayer means turn-based play-by-email or hot seat.
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Just a bad rip off of Advanced wars, the game is way to easy the only mission that is actully a challenge you get stopped halfway through.
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Publicado: 26 de noviembre de 2013
I payed for a multi-player game. WRONG! I got ripped off this game is a local co-op not multi-player. This neeeds to be fixed because its false advertising. Their is no multi-player in this game, this is a disppointment!
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Future Wars < Advance Wars

(seriously, the rest of this is just going to explain that point)

I enjoy the genre that this game is. I mean... is trying to be. The problem is, this game has nothing original in it. Its a copy paste of Advance Wars for the Gameboy Advance... except even more dull. Now before you get harsh on me, I actually ...kinda... like this game. Ive played it, I have tried to enjoy it. I have had people comment on why I enjoy self torture for playing it. So, I have given it a chance.

Problem 1: This game is a multiplayer turn based strategy where the single player slowly teaches you in 16 missions how to play multiplayer. ...There is no real multiplayer to play.. Also, I could probably teach you how to play in like 4 missions.. maybe if I am going slow. For those of us who have the game and have played the genre, we knew by mission 4 or whatever how to use indirect units.. we knew they couldn't move and attack the same turn, we didnt need 2 missions for the different ranges of indirect units.

Problem 2: THIS GAME IS BORING AND SLOW. I have spent hours, playing 1 single mission because the AI refuses to die even when I have 30 tanks and it has maybe 2. Everything has a damage cap of like 35% damage. I could drop a nuke (not actually in this game, but if it was it would suck) and it would do ..meh, on a good day, 50% damage. So if both sides have plenty of units (which all need selected, moved, and attacked with every single turn) it takes.. forever. I turned off the enemy turn animations and the game still takes hours. Its insane.

Problem 3: There is nothing in this game. Imagine a chess game with only pawns. Oh, you can get big pawns and cool looking pawns, but there are no queens or bishops. Wouldn't that be a boring game of chess that you'd be like "man, lets go play a real chess match" ..long story short and to cut the metaphor.. thats this game.

TL:DR - don't bother, this game sucks. ..and its sad too, because I would love to see this type of game done well.
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If you are REALY want something that is exactly like like Advance Wars you may not be fully disappointed, because this game is exactly like that only (slightly) worse in every respect. The AI is ♥♥♥♥, the story and drawings smell of cheap, the tutorial is misleading, the unit design makes no sense, the UI is ugly and unresponsive with occasional glitches, ♥♥♥♥♥♥ options menu, there are no fight or capture animations, no unit merging, I could go on and on. I myself only bought this because I got a 75% coupon and I still kind of regret the 1,25 EUR I spent on it. It has hotseat mode which is really the only positive thing I can say about it.

Bottom line:
Avoid it. Even if you are desperate for some AW-style hotseat combat don't pay more then 1.5 bucks...
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At least my Recycle Bin enjoyed this game.
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A pile of ♥♥♥♥. If you bought this cause you were longing for some Advance Wars like gameplay, TOO ♥♥♥♥ING BAD. This steaming pile of dogshit fails in every single aspect and my god the AI is awful.

0/10, regretting my purchase.
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