Sitúate tras el periscopio de un U-boat alemán y enfréntate a las Fuerzas Aliadas en famosas batallas por todo el Océano Atlántico y el Mar Mediterráneo. La saga número uno en ventas de todos los tiempos continúa con el largamente esperado Silent Hunter: Battle of the Atlantic.
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Comprar Silent Hunter 5: Gold Edition

Incluye tres famosos U-Boats (no controlables por el jugador), cuatro famosas naves Aliadas, y la Guía Oficial de Silent Hunter 5: Battle of the Atlantic

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Comprar Silent Hunter Collection

Incluye 4 artículos: Silent Hunter®: Wolves of the Pacific, Silent Hunter® III, Silent Hunter®: Wolves of the Pacific U-Boat Missions, Silent Hunter 5®: Battle of the Atlantic

 

Gold Edition

Includes three famous non-playable historical U-Boats:

  • U-99 (type VIIB) – submarine of U-boat ace Otto Kretschmer
  • U-30 (type VIIA) – submarine of U-boat ace Fritz Lemp
  • U-552 (type VIIC) – submarine of U-boat ace Erich Topp
Includes four famous Allied ships:
  • HMS Duke of York (King George V battleship class) – the ship responsible for sinking the German battlecruiser Scharnhorst and carrying Churchill to America in one occasion.
  • HMS Walker (V&W destroyer class) – ship commanded by Donald Macintyre during the battle for convoy HX112 which led to the capture of top U-boat ace Otto Krestschmer (U-99) and death of U-boat ace Joachim Shepke (U-100)
  • HMS Stork (Black Swan sloop class) –flagship of the famous commander Walker, leading the 2nd Support Group flotilla assigned to U-boat hunting
  • HMS Suffolk (Kent cruiser class) –famous British cruiser involved in the battle of Norway and the sinking of the German battleship Bismarck
Includes The Silent Hunter 5: Battle of the Atlantic Official Guide:
  • 110-page PDF guide detailing the crew, submarines, ships, and weapons of Silent Hunter 5: Battle of the Atlantic.

Acerca de este juego

Sitúate tras el periscopio de un U-boat alemán y enfréntate a las Fuerzas Aliadas en famosas batallas por todo el Océano Atlántico y el Mar Mediterráneo.
La saga número uno en ventas de todos los tiempos continúa con el largamente esperado Silent Hunter: Battle of the Atlantic. Por primera vez, puedes sentirte como un capitán de submarino desde una perspectiva en primera persona mientras lideras a tu tripulación en una campaña verdaderamente dinámica.
  • Vístete con el uniforme del capitán Por primera vez puedes pasear por el interior de submarinos altamente detallados, acceder a todos los rincones de tu U-boat, y dirigir a tu tripulación mediante la nueva vista en primera persona.
  • Conviértete en un auténtico líder Comanda directamente tu tripulación y siente la tensión y el miedo dentro del U-boat a través del nuevo y avanzado sistema de órdenes.
  • Pon a prueba tus estrategias de guerra Escoge tu propia estrategia y selecciona tus objetivos con una nueva campaña dinámica basada en objetivos.
  • Haz que el enemigo reaccione ante ti Abre nuevas posibilidades de localizaciones, mejoras y reabastecimiento, mientras que las naves Aliadas se ajustan dinámicamente a tus movimientos. Tus acciones impactarán de forma directa en la evolución de la campaña.
  • Accesibilidad Mejorada Patrulla las aguas con una nueva interfaz. Ahora, hasta los principiantes podrán dirigir el submarino sin problemas. En modo experto, los jugadores más experimentados dispondrán de toda la información y los controles necesarios para dirigir el submarino totalmente a su antojo.
  • Experiencia Cinemática Vive el Silent Hunter más realista e inmersivo jamás creado. Los gráficos de entorno mejorados crean un fuerte nivel de inmersión cuando manejes U-boats auténticos y buques de superficie altamente detallados.
  • Modo Multijugador Juega en modo cooperativo o en enfrentamiento en misiones programadas y generadas.

Acerca de la Gold Edition

Incluye tres famosos U-Boats históricos (no jugables):
  • U-99 (tipo VIIB) – submarino del as de U-boat Otto Kretschmer
  • U-30 (tipo VIIA) – submarino del as de U-boat Fritz Lemp
  • U-552 (tipo VIIC) – submarino del as de U-boat Erich Topp
Incluye cuatro famosas naves Aliadas:
  • HMS Duke of York (clase buque de guerra King George V) – el buque responsable del hundimiento del crucero de batalla alemán Scharnhorst y que llevó a Churchill a América en una ocasión.
  • HMS Walker (clase destructor V&W) – buque comandado por Donald Macintyre durante la batalla por el convoy HX112 que llevó a la captura del gran as de U-boat Otto Krestschmer (U-99) y la muerte del as de U-boat Joachim Shepke (U-100)
  • HMS Stork (clase velero Black Swan) – el buque insignia del famoso comandante Walker, que lideró la flotilla del 2º Grupo de Apoyo asignado a la caza de U-boats
  • HMS Suffolk (clase crucero Kent) – un famoso crucero británico que participó en la Batalla de Noruega y en el hundimiento del buque de batalla alemán Bismarck
Incluye la Guía Oficial de Silent Hunter 5: Battle of the Atlantic:
  • Una guía de 110 páginas en PDF que te detalla la tripulación, los submarinos, los barcos y las armas de Silent Hunter 5: Battle of the Atlantic.

Sobre la Saga

Silent Hunter es la saga de submarinos más premiada de todos los tiempos, con cerca de 1.5 millones de copias vendidas en todo el mundo. Silent Hunter®: Wolves of the Pacific fue votado como el "simulador del año" en 2007 por PC Gamer.
Haz clic aquí para encontrar todos los juegos de Silent Hunter en Steam.

Requisitos del sistema

    • SO: Windows® XP (Service Pack 3), Windows Vista® (Service Pack 2), Windows® 7
    • Procesador: Intel® Core™2 Duo E4400 a 2 GHz / AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 4000+ a 2.1 GHz o superior (Intel Core™2 Quad Q6600 2.4 GHz / AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+ 2.6 GHz o superior recomendado)
    • Memoria: 1 GB (en Windows XP) / 2 GB (en Windows Vista y Windows 7) (2 GB recomendado)
    • Gráficos: Tarjeta con 512 MB compatible con DirectX® 9.0c (*ver lista de chipsets soportados)
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c
    • Disco Duro: 10 GB (15 GB recomendado)
    • Sonido: Compatible con DirectX 9.0c
    • Periféricos Soportados: Ratón y teclado compatibles con Windows
    • Conexión a Internet: Conexión de banda ancha de 256 kbps (512 kbps o más recomendado)
    Tarjetas Gráficas soportadas en el momento del lanzamiento:

    nVidia serie GeForce 8800GT / 9 / GTX 200

    ATI Radeon serie HD 2600 / HD 3000 / HD 4000 / HD 5000

    NVIDIA SLI & ATI Crossfire
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A 30 de 37 personas (81%) les ha sido útil este análisis
163.3 h registradas
This game have to be heavily patched to correct the HUGE bugs it has.
The problem is, they didn't.

I bought this game for 55€ (special content inside)
In the future Ubisoft will never get even one euro cent from me.
Publicado: 23 de Julio
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If you want a good sub-game look at Silent Hunter 3 instead, this game is seriously sub-par...
Publicado: 21 de Junio
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Unlike the brilliant Silent Hunter 3 and 4, Silent Hunter 5: Battle of the Atlantic suffers from an identity crisis. One that holds back what could've been a fun game. I went into this expecting something inferior to 3 and 4 which, realistically, you can't top. The problem with this game is that it tries to do two things and fails at both. 1.) It tries to be a Sub Sim and 2.) It tries to involve the player more in the setting. It fails at both.

The game takes a new approach to the series and allows you to wander the vessel as you please. This could've worked amazingly well to sucking you into the experience, but any and all effort to do that is squandered. It's painfully clear that Ubisoft Romainia had Das Boot playing on a loop through out the entire development process. It could've been done, but it never is. While you can interact with the crew, never once do you get anything out of it other than gameplay choices. Not once do you hear your young radio officer mention his wife back in Munich or some where and how he misses her. This could've been a pretty artfully crafted experience in that regard, offering a less than jingoistic view of war that doesn't hit you over the head with its simplicity. But, that's never done. Turning Silent Hunter 5 into an artistically crafted game could've been done and, sure the core audience would've been alienated and upset but I could see them coming around and enjoying the experience either way.

Now, more damning still is the sub-sim aspect of the game: It's gone. Lazy is an understatement. Gone is the more realistic area based damage model that represented actual damage and, in its place, we have healthbars. Yes, health bars. Ships tend to take an obnoxious amount of damage before sinking. In addition, everything is dumbed down and automated. They took the sim out of the game all together. With that additional simplicity, surely that must mean more content given how much easier it would be to add boats. Right? Maybe even some wild stuff, like Seehunds? No, you got the Type VII. You get 3 flavors of Type VII. Now, don't get me wrong: the Type VII is the iconic boat of the U boat flotillas, but that's essentially one single play style. There's no tiny but nimble Type II that offers you a unique challenge with its strengths and weaknesses. There isn't a wonderfully obselete boat like the S-18 and S-42 that can given you the enjoyment of having to work around its short-comings. There isn't even the satisfaction of using the badass incarnate of a Balao or Type XXI. You have 3 variants of Type VII and that's it. On top of that, the game is lazily put together with men staying on conning towers as subs dive and even running on the decks of ships as if nothing happened while they're slipping past the 50m maker in depth after being sunk.

So, in short, it's a game that tries to dumb down Silent Hunter without adding in anything else.

In the end, of the 3 games on modern systems, Silent Hunter 5: Battle of the Atlantic is the weakest. Sure, it looks great, but that's it. It's actually a lot like dating. Silent Hunter 5 is a model. Sure, they look great, but they aren't very fulfillling. They don't offer much other than looks. Silent Hunter 3 and 4 might not beat it there, but they'll stimulate you so much better. You'll find them to be infinitely better companions. It's not a necessarily bad games, but it suffers from not even half-realized ideas.

It will not endear itself to fans of the series all that much. Sure, some will pick it up on sale and mod it. That would make it decent, but the core game itself is just poorly executed. Fans of the series and subsims will leave due to the lack of depth when compared to the previous. Newcomers might pass on it due to the lack of excitement. Despite its forsaking of its roots, it still possesses that slow and calculating tension that Silent Hunter does so well. This will bore most others.

In the end, I can't recommend Silent Hunter 5: Battle of the Atlantic. It's half-realized and lazy. Those looking for Sub simming goodness need to get 3 and 4.
Publicado: 15 de Abril
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A 8 de 12 personas (67%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Overall I haven't had very man problems with it, it really isn't that bad, but it depends upon your tolerance for bugs and glitches, I suppose.
Publicado: 15 de Abril
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A 3 de 3 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Can't seem to get the game to work. Launcher fails and it goes down hill from there...
Publicado: 3 de Agosto
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A 88 de 120 personas (73%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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This game is an incomplete piece of crap. Beautiful in theory, its final execution is spectacularly underperforming and inept in almost every way. More importantly, the host of bugs that leave the final product quality trapped in what should rightly be the early development phase are now permanent, since Ubisoft has long since stopped providing any fixes or customer support for it. I don't blame them; no one likes to be repeatedly reminded about their shoddy workmanship. On the other hand, they shouldn't be asking money for it either.

Thanks to insanely die-hard fans of the series, there are numerous mods available online to improve the game. Still, you shouldn't have to clean up someone else's mess. Stick to SH 3 and 4, two really nice games for this genre.
Publicado: 5 de Diciembre, 2013
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