Uncover the mysteries behind the Templar Order! Steam Exclusive Edition includes bonus mission “The Arena”.
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Data de lançamento: 12/mai/2011

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Special edition contains bonus mission “The Arena”:
Caught by the vile Byzantine, you have to survive the perils of the Arena. Fight for your life, face the Gauntlet and stage your escape. Choose who will stand beside you as you confront the Byzantine and his minions.

Sobre este jogo

The First Templar follows the story of two main characters – a French Templar, and his companion, a noble lady who has been proclaimed a heretic. Taking control over these two unlikely allies, the player must uncover the mysteries behind the Templar Order, play a role in a grand conspiracy, and discover the secret of the Holy Grail. The heroes face powerful opponents at every turn, including Sacracen, King Philip the IV of France and the Inquisition.

The First Templar features both single player and co-op modes. When playing solo, the player can switch between the two characters, leaving the control of the second hero to the game’s AI. At any moment a second player can join in and take control of the AI-controlled hero.

Key Features

  • Expansive Historical Game World: Return to the 13th century, where European culture is on the brink of collapse. 20 historically accurate locations from around Europe have been recreated for the player to explore
  • One player - Multiple Roles: Instantly swap between playable characters, focusing on the best skills for the job. Drop in/out cooperative online play allows a friend to help out!
  • Fast Paced Action-Based Play: Unlock furious combos to unleash upon waves of challenging opponents
  • RPG-inspired Character Development: Each character has unique abilities and skill trees, which players develop as they explore the game world
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D9™
( 0.8 horas registradas )
Publicada: 14 de junho
this game is peace of garbage
hitt.william
( 11.2 horas registradas )
Publicada: 2 de junho
Very cautious recommendation here. If you're able to pick it up cheap and play it with a good friend, you'll probably have a good time. Some of the environments are pretty interesting, and a couple of the puzzles are clever. However, there are some frustrations. First off, the combat is a little stilted. The player is given a dodge-roll and a counter, but the timing on these seemed to be very stingy. Even after 11 hours with the game, I was never able to devise the actual rules that govern the counter (Can you only counter moves after the grey crossed blades are above the enemies heads? What about moves that aren't telegraphed? Do I need to be facing the enemy?, etc.). With the dodge-roll, the player is given a sort of window that doesn't altogether make that much sense. With certain enemies, I would attempt to dodge-roll away more than a second before a blow landed, only to stand there watching myself get hit. There are also some hit-detection issues with traps in the game. Often you'll find yourself hit by a trap that you pretty clearly dodged. The game also does this strange thing where despite the directional movement of a blade or spikes, you will always be pushed backwards towards the direction you came from, even when this makes no physical sense. Lastly, there are multiple "duels" in the game, in which the second player simply stands on the sideline watching the other playing fight. Pretty audacious move by the Devs, having me watch their mediocre combat in action, haha. Despite all this, I had quite a few laughs playing this game, and I don't regret the time I spent with it.
Mica [ 明人神原 ]
( 10.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 31 de maio
I played the first time, I didn’t like it. I gave it a try again the second time. I love it.

Try it
bulletcluster
( 1.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 23 de maio
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WARNING! Requires 3rd-Party Account: Kalypso Launcher

Store page DOES NOT inform that you have to register a 3rd party account in order to play single player or co-op. VALVe shouldn't have let 'em release the game without some proper notification of their DRM intentions. It should have a yellow box up right corner that notifies the customer.. (3rd party account or 3rd party EULA)

You can bypass register-screen with steam offline mode (tested) but you have to be disconnected from the internet (unplug). It appears that their drm launcher detects internet even in offline mode.

But still no thanks, offline mode is for last resort playing. You won't be able to play co-op or unlock any achievements. It's wrong already to use 3rd party networks on steam but without some warning it's unacceptable. (middle finger) to all these developers and their without warning 3rd party activations.

...
'Product received for free' A friend gifted the game... which is twice as bad.
Spitcan
( 60.2 horas registradas )
Publicada: 20 de maio
A fun game to play. the puzzles are challenging and the fighting is fun
Super Roxxapo
( 1.5 horas registradas )
Publicada: 10 de abril
It's a rather mediocre title. The combat is bland, the animations are bad, and the controls are non-changeable for gamepad.

The only good things this game has are the voice actors.
Wedge
( 16.8 horas registradas )
Publicada: 1 de abril
I played the first time, I didn’t like it. I gave it a try again the second time. I love it.

Try it
Holderist
( 0.2 horas registradas )
Publicada: 20 de março
They require you to register your game, but their in game registration system doesn't work. I'm glad I got this as part of a bundle.
Edgewalker
( 21.4 horas registradas )
Publicada: 7 de março
Great game that truly shines in coop.

Pros:
- storyline is captivating
- likeable characters
- variety of places that you visit
- light RPG elements
- easy to grasp and fun combat
- main hero is a badass
- combat animations
- writing & dialogues
- great voiceacting
- music is so good

Cons:
- map is a mess and it's easy to get lost in a levels
- if you want to max it out you will lose hours and hours on looking for hidden things (may be a pro for someone)
- occasional difficulty spikes

All in all:

8+/10 - single player experience
9/10 - coop
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Very cautious recommendation here. If you're able to pick it up cheap and play it with a good friend, you'll probably have a good time. Some of the environments are pretty interesting, and a couple of the puzzles are clever. However, there are some frustrations. First off, the combat is a little stilted. The player is given a dodge-roll and a counter, but the timing on these seemed to be very stingy. Even after 11 hours with the game, I was never able to devise the actual rules that govern the counter (Can you only counter moves after the grey crossed blades are above the enemies heads? What about moves that aren't telegraphed? Do I need to be facing the enemy?, etc.). With the dodge-roll, the player is given a sort of window that doesn't altogether make that much sense. With certain enemies, I would attempt to dodge-roll away more than a second before a blow landed, only to stand there watching myself get hit. There are also some hit-detection issues with traps in the game. Often you'll find yourself hit by a trap that you pretty clearly dodged. The game also does this strange thing where despite the directional movement of a blade or spikes, you will always be pushed backwards towards the direction you came from, even when this makes no physical sense. Lastly, there are multiple "duels" in the game, in which the second player simply stands on the sideline watching the other playing fight. Pretty audacious move by the Devs, having me watch their mediocre combat in action, haha. Despite all this, I had quite a few laughs playing this game, and I don't regret the time I spent with it.
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Este jogo estava na minha lista de esquecidos aí resolvi jogar depois de ver umas fotos de algum user que postou que estava jogando.
Sou suspeito de falar pois qualquer jogo que tenha o combo armadura/espada/skill chama minha atenção.
Mas valeu muito a pena e me rendeu algumas horas de bom jogo, tem uma boa história e boa jogabilidade. Os gráficos não são de última geração pois o jogo já tem mais de 3 anos de lançado, mas são bons e dá pra aproveitar.
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Publicada: 28 de junho de 2015
Bom jogo, com uma história interessante e bons personagens, a começar pelo protagonista. É uma pena que tenha uma jogabilidade tão simplificada (para a época ja era é covarde comparar com outros hack and slash, imagina atualmente) e seja bem linear (apesar de ter varios objetivos bonus além do principal de cada cenário).

Mesmo na dificuldade mais alta, não é um jogo realmente dificil. Os puzzles são um pouco repetitivos, mas nada que te faça esquentar a cabeça sobre como resolver. Não cheguei a testar a opção coop, por não ter ninguém para jogar. Mas a AI faz um papel até bem decente.

A trilha sonora é boa, ajuda a passar o clima de cada cenário, mas não é nada que te deixe impactado e tu vai esquecer facilmente depois de jogar. Ela faz o trabalho dela de ambientar, no entanto.

Depois de terminado e visto a história, o replay factor dele é bem fraco. Só se você ficar caçando os achievements, que também não te instigam muito a jogar denovo.

7/10. É um bom jogo para se pegar numa sale com o preço de 75%, por exemplo.
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Publicada: 19 de novembro de 2014
This game is f*ck good
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Publicada: 15 de agosto de 2011
Top D+
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Publicada: 23 de junho de 2014
O jogo promete no inicio, parece ter um bom sistema de combate, mas com o tempo você repara que não existe muita tecnica para se combater, inimigos podem se tornar extremamente chatos e é possivel sistematizar combates com alguns combos e stunar inimigos.
O jogo é linear, fácil, graficos toscos não me afetam, mas a jogabilidade é bem estranha, com o tempo você vai se arrependendo.

A historia é fraca, e se não fosse pior, totalmente cristã e eurocentrica, colocando Sarracenos como um povo puramente mal, que mata seu proprio povo, e são malvados por natureza.
Como se não bastasse, um final, que nem os jogos de SuperNes teriam coragem de fazer... fraco.
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0.5 horas registradas
Publicada: 18 de outubro de 2014
Rather surprising amount of depth in this game. While I probably wouldn't buy this at full price, getting it on sale or in a bundle is a sure thing.

The graphics are pleasant - not perfect but for the most part I was happy looking around at what the game had to offer. It played a lot like a non-complex Witcher (2). Gameplay was responsive with button combos to swing your sword this way or that or kick or whatever, and there are RPG elements to unlock more combos/abilities/perks. Honestly I was expecting poor gameplay and that was a surprise for me.

The story is better than many of the reviews are stating, but it's not told in a very effective way. Cheesy lines delivered by soft-spoken NPCs in which you see little. But it's there. It's not Shakespeare in that it's easy to miss if your ears aren't open, but it's a bit harder to pick up is all.

Regardless, story is not needed. It's meant to be played not read or watched (in that if it were a movie or a novel it would suck).

The individual cells or environments are unique enough and I rather enjoyed snapping between two characters or having the option to play co-op (not that I have any friends). Many people say there are too many co-op games, but I feel a lot of games just ignore co-op even if it would fit perfectly. At least give those of us who like co-op the option, and those who don't like it lose nothing in the process.

All in all a good experience. A poor man's Witcher 2.
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Publicada: 27 de novembro de 2013
Surprisingly addicting game. Too bad it's overlooked.

The graphics are dated, really dated, and you can tell that right away. But somehow, the game itself does not appear to be ugly - the game doesn't try to be anything else but a good and easy linear adventure. But in general, the graphics are STATIC. As in, there's no wind, trees are frozen in time and space, no physics, no discernible effects on the environment by your actions.

The story is extremely easy to follow though. No need to memorize names, locations and tons of redundant quests. And there's an abundant amount of history to enjoy. I'm not sure how much of it is concrete though.

There is a certain degree of suspense in some levels and sequences and there is the ability to do some stealth killing.

You can play as one of the two Templar brothers, and you can switch in between the two any time you want, eventually, another character joins in.
You can also gain experience and exchange it for some combo moves, more health, etc.
You also get to collect some items that enable you to get one or another armor and weaponry.

Let's not forget about the co-op though. The bad thing is that I'm not sure how much re-playability this game has. So I would rather see this game as a lone experience and have other games that scream co-op to have co-op (Jericho for instance). Your AI co-op partner is okaish for the most part, and your stealth moves are apt to copying your moves, but sometimes your partner with end up on the ground which is when you have to revive him or her.

Also, it's rare in games when the two protagonists tend to agree with each other most if not all the time. The two characters you play as agree with each other constantly, unlike in Bulletstorm, Enslaved, etc. So even though there's enough scripted dialogue between the two characters, I would probably enjoy to listen to some arguments about the inquisition, the church, the main quest and what not.

The game is also easy, really easy, but eventually, it does require you to pull off some combos and some well-times blocks and counter-attacks to advance further.

The voice acting is pretty poor though.

The game is pretty long. There are puzzles to solve and dungeons to crawl through. There are plenty of twists and turns along the way.

The co-op is outstanding. My best friend and I spent 3 days playing the game. A few months later, we started playing the game from scratch.

When we first tried running co-op we had difficulty seeing each other, so I e-mailed the dev at the end of 2012 to figure out what's up. They e-mailed back a few days later saying that they were out of the office because of X-mas (they also wished me happy X-Mas), and then asked that we stay put for a couple of days so that they could e-mail us back the activation e-mail (which you unfortunately need to play online), so they did so a few days later.

In any case, I would recommend this game to anyone who wants to relax, who likes the hack'n'slash with tactical approach and anyone who wants enjoy a nice story.

Plus, you get to support a small company that made the game in the first place.
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Publicada: 17 de outubro de 2014
8/10
+Co-op mode
+Interesting story line and bonus quests
+Different characters and costumes to change
+Skill trees

-Noob AI
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Kalypso takes your money AND force you indirect to be on Facebook!

To play this game online with a friend, you need a Facebook-profile to do so … in other words, if you don’t have a Facebook-profile, you are forced to open at Facebook-account in order to have fun coop-game with a friend.

So if you don’t have an account on Facebook, maybe because you don’t like the idea of having a facebook-profile, then DO NOT buy this game – otherwise you have spend money on nothing!

I do wonder why Kalypso have their games on Steam, when Kalypso don’t allow their games to run on Steams servers.

I like to have ONE account – ONE server to play my games by. I find it ridiculous to need several of servers to play my different games – and that is why I have a Steam-account – to play my online-games at ONE place!

I wish that Steam wouldn’t sell games which can’t be played on Steams own servers, because I don’t want to open all kinds of account everywhere. I want ONE account, ONE server from where I can play my games.

I hope that other whom read this will back me up and complain about this ridiculous policy to force us gamers to need many different servers and accounts (and now Facebook) to be able to play expensive purchased games bought on Steam.
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