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Wasteland Angel es un regreso a la época de los shooters arcade clásicos, donde los jugadores deben defenderse de oleadas de enemigos y finalmente enfrentarse a épicos jefes finales.
Fecha de lanzamiento: 1 Sep 2011
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“…Wasteland Angel es un juego que me tiene robado el corazón. Grité de alegría cuando vi de primera mano la carnicería…”
– GamersDailyNews

“Hay un montón de mutantes y chiflados para hacer estallar, y Wasteland Angel ofrece una gran cantidad de formas divertidas para hacerlo.”
– GameFront

“Wasteland Angel is one of those games you want on your games list, even if it’s just for a quick adrenaline fuelled warband killing romp. You will always come back to it when you have some time to kill, or whenever some punk has topped your score. GREAT!” EGamer

“Wasteland Angel is a good amount of game for a great price. Any fan of oldschool shmups will be pleased, and newer gamers will have a ton of fun with game that is easy to jump in to and blow stuff up.” Grade B - The Multitap

Acerca del juego

¡Mierda! La Tercera Guerra Mundial tuvo lugar y mató a la mayoría de la población mundial. Los que acabaron chamuscados fueron los más afortunados. Los supervivientes viven en un constante temor de ser asesinados o esclavizados por bandas violentas, unidades militares renegadas y, por supuesto, mutantes.

Equipada con un coche fuertemente blindado, potencia de fuego ilimitada y sed de venganza, nuestra heroína, el Ángel del Yermo, se mueve por los residuos radioactivos, viajando desde un pueblo dejado de la mano de Dios hasta el siguiente, protegiendo a los supervivientes de ser esclavizados. Su misión: defender a aquellos que no pueden defenderse por sí mismos.

Wasteland Angel es un regreso a la época de los shooters arcade clásicos, donde los jugadores deben defenderse de oleadas de enemigos y finalmente enfrentarse a épicos jefes finales. Desde una vista isométrica y cenital, los jugadores conducen el poderoso vehículo del Ángel del Yermo mientras se abren paso con sus ametralladoras duales a través del terreno. Para acabar con las bandas, los mutantes y renegados que encuentre su paso, el Ángel del Yermo tiene armas y munición mejorables para que los enemigos pasen a mejor vida.

Características principales:

  • 24 niveles de frenética acción a lo largo de 6 paisajes devastados
  • 3 facciones enemigas, incluyendo bandas, renegados y mutantes
  • 4 niveles de dificultad que van desde principiante a suicida
  • Diferentes objetivos de misión que van desde escoltas a ofensivas generales
  • Superarmas para aumentar la carnicería, incluyendo minas, napalm, EMP o bombas nucleares
  • Inmensas batallas contra jefes finales para poner a prueba tu habilidad y resistencia
  • Niveles adicionales llenos de caóticos disparos y conducción en primera persona
  • Tablas de puntuación online para cada nivel de dificultad
  • Clasificación por estrellas para todos los niveles y 40 logros para los que les guste completarlos

Requisitos del sistema

    • SO: Windows® XP / Vista / 7
    • Procesador: Intel® a 2.0 GHz
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 4 GB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: Gráfica con 256 MB de memoria de vídeo dedicada y soporte para Pixel Shader 3.0 (nVidia 8600 o equivalente)
    • Sonido: Dispositivo compatible con DirectX 9.0c
    • Versión de DirectX®: 9.0c
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A 14 de 16 personas (88%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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there are a couple redeeming sides to this classical top-down (mostly) driving-shooting game - story, as much as this type of game needs one, and the fact that it partially is a good bit of fun.

it takes a couple hours to run this through on easy and considerably more on hard or nightmare where you definitely will retry and retry and retry several of the fairly lengthy levels. with how repetitive it is, i do not see many people wanting to do that.

i cannot really recommend this is earnest. there are bits of fun in there but as this game type/genre is seeing revival recently, if you really need to mindlessly drive and shoot in top-down perspective - you would probably be better off with another game.

technically, it is mostly competent. while not looking exceptional, it looks good or ok - except for the out-of-box 1st person perspective bonus levels where models have the same level of detail as top-down perspective and look like something from end of 90s. control scheme is adequate and keys can be remapped. for some reason every time i started the game from steam, it decided it needs to run a visual c installer with the uac prompt this causes but that might be just my environment.

the only technical gripe is about clipping problems. when you run into something that obstructs the screen, you can get stuck and not even see which way you are facing, making it really difficult to get free quickly. also, the decision to reverse the direction immediately when you drive straight out the level limits is occasionally very annoying, especially in the last set of levels where one of the cities is right at the edge of level.

unfortunately, there is the main downside - this game is repetitive. repetitive, repetitive, repetitive.

you have 3 or 6 different levels and 3 sets of enemies plus bosses but there is no real variance.
- levels are functionally all the same - first you defend one city at day, then at night, then 2 cities on similar map at day, then at night. repeat that three times.
- there are three types of enemies - one that fights you, one that steals civilians and one that does both. the three sets - they are just different skins for the same functions.
- bosses are formulaic as well. big, deal and absorb a lot of damage, can be killed with gathered superweapons.
Publicado: 26 junio 2014
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A 5 de 7 personas (71%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Stay away. Compared to titles like Renegade Ops this game looks like a waste of time. Shallow, repetitive and boring gameplay, where you just drive around in very small piece of land and fight boring, worthless and sometimes barely functional enemies.
Publicado: 7 abril 2014
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A 2 de 2 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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I think this game is ok for what it tends to be.

It's a straight forward - some may call it dumb - little shooting game where you drive a car around a settlement and shoot every other car that comes close. The game seems to have a story but it's overall forgettable as the game itself is a simple arcade-style setting throwing wave after wave of enemies at you.

Some of the enemies just try to kill you, other ones sort of "dock" to your settlement and try to kidnapp the people from it which you have to prevent by killing them to. Then there is a third type of enemy that can be either of the first two but you can't tell in advance because of their look.

That's quite all there is. Between waves you can replenish your health and often killed enemies leave power-ups behind that give you a better shot or more ammo.

As I said before this game could easily be called dumb but it tends to be that way by design. So I personally wouldn't call it dumb but arcade-ish. Just like in the good old days. Don't think - just shoot.

One thing that is annoying though is the standard joypad-setup, but once you set it to "standard-PSX-style" controls (for eg x is gas, shoulder buttons for shooting) it's ok and very direct with no mentionable input lag.

One big advantage of this game is that is seems to support any gamepad you throw at it and not just the x-box one which I found very nice since I got a Thrustmaster Modena Vibrating U-Pad that I got pretty used to and so the game does support this by default I hadn't to fiddle around with xpadder or something else to get it up and running.

I would recommend this game for people who like oldschool arcade style shooters. Maybe not for full price but for sure when it's on sale, just like it is atm I'm writing this.

I liked games like this back in the days and I'm still happy to find new games like this nowadays.

If you're serious about wether you could like it too or not just try the demo. It's a fair deal - so get it!
Publicado: 29 julio 2014
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A 4 de 6 personas (67%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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I really enjoyed this game for the first 10-15 minutes, but experience that, and you seen the whole game. Endless waves of the same type of enemy, only the location changes. There is an occassional boss fight, and a first-person experience on bonus rounds, but other than that, it's just a boring, repetitive grind.
Publicado: 14 abril 2014
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A 4 de 6 personas (67%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Fun enough with easy achievements for those who like it

Even being a little fun, it's not worth your time. I will just say bad design. I gave the game a second chance and it was really a waste. As one can see on my only screenshot of said game, the freaking boss got stuck on the same spot enough times for me to give up on the game. Not only the boss is stupid, but the enemy AI too...

The game is bad, I could have finished the game if not for these bugs (not really bugs, just bad design and poor AI, let's just call it bug for lack of better words) and still I wouldn't recommend it.
Publicado: 13 febrero 2014
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A 59 de 62 personas (95%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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This game somehow reminds me of the mid-90s sci-fi flick Tank Girl, but maybe the similarity begins and ends with the post-apocalyptic setting, the cartoonish art style and the main characters, both girls whose favourite activity seems to be shooting mutants. You take on the role of Angel, who drives around in her car and saves the inhabitants of post-world war III settlements from mutant attacks. So much for the backstory.

Gameplay wise, Wasteland Angel is a no-nonsense top-down shooter. You're looking at a desert landscape from an isomotric perspective, drive around with a car whilst shooting at other cars that likewise shoot at you. That's pretty much all there is. Your main armament consists of two fixed guns, additional weapons can be aquired by driving over power-ups. Each level has three stages and, after you defeat the stages final boss in the third, a short bonus stage that leaves the top-down view and switches to a first-person perspective. The game never breaks from this pattern.

Your car can be controlled with the keyboard or a controller, both work equally well and what you prefer is just a matter of personal preference.

I chose to write a negative review but that doesn't mean there's no fun to be had. There certainly is. There's nothing wrong with the simplistic approach to vehicular combat, driving around in a car blasting everything in sight. The game plays smoothly, the controls are responsive and intuitive, there's nothing bad to say about the sound effects, music and voice-overs and the visuals, while definitely not on par with bigger budget titles, are pretty much what can be expected from an indie game, at least they won't give you eye cancer.

The main problem with Wasteland Angel is that its initial appeal wears thin all too fast. It's incredibly repetitive. Every level offers the exact same scenario, level structure, you're fighting the same enemies again and again, even the environment looks exactly the same in every level.

The game is very short and not particularly challenging. You can easily play through the whole game in one session. While most players probably consider this a downside, achievement hunters might appreciate the fourty easily obtainable unlocks.
Publicado: 19 diciembre 2013
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