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Fecha de lanzamiento: 12 de May, 2011
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La edición especial contiene la misión adicional titulada "La Arena":
Estando retenido por el cruel Bizantino, deberás sobrevivir a los peligros de la Arena. Lucha por tu vida, enfréntate al Desafío y lleva a cabo tu fuga. Elige quién estará a tu lado mientras te enfrentas al Bizantino y a sus secuaces.

Acerca del juego

The First Templar sigue la historia de dos personajes: un templario francés y su compañera, una dama noble que ha sido acusada de herejía. Tomando el control de estos dos improbables aliados, el jugador deberá averiguar los misterios que hay tras la Orden de los Templarios, jugar un papel en una gran conspiración y descubrir el secreto del Santo Grial. A cada paso, los héroes se enfrentarán a poderosos enemigos, incluyendo sarracenos, el rey Felipe IV de Francia y la Inquisición.

The First Templar incluye modos para un jugador y cooperativos. Cuando juegue en solitario, el jugador podrá alternar entre los personajes, pasando el control del segundo héroe a la IA del juego. En cualquier momento, un segundo jugador podrá unirse y tomar el control del héroe controlado por la IA.

Características principales

  • Un extenso mundo de juego histórico: Regresa al siglo XIII, donde la cultura europea se encuentra al borde del colapso. 20 ubicaciones históricamente fieles de toda Europa han sido recreadas para que el jugador pueda explorarlas
  • Un jugador - Múltiples papeles: Alterna de forma instantánea entre los dos personajes controlables, centrándote en las mejores habilidades para la misión. ¡El modo cooperativo online permite que un amigo te eche una mano!
  • Un frenético juego basado en la acción: Desbloquea furiosos combos para utilizarlos contra las hordas de desafiantes adversarios
  • Desarrollo de personajes inspirado en los RPG: Cada personaje tiene destrezas y árboles de habilidades únicas que los jugadores pueden ir desarrollando a medida que exploran el mundo del juego
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A 4 de 6 personas (67%) les ha sido útil este análisis
12.2 h registradas
La mayor basura jamas creada, las animaciones no te dejan moverte, movimientos arcaicos, combos inutiles, repetitivo a más no poder. Y los puzles?, ¿dónde están los puzles? nada, juego infantil .Si tienes un euro y medio gastatelo en porros e imaginate tu el templario
Publicado: 2 de Agosto
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A 1 de 1 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Una historia sencilla.
Gráficamente el juego no esta mal, se controla bien con el mando deXBOX 360

Tiene la posibilidad de hacer algunas misiones en silencio (pero el juego es muy falso y te detectan con nada sin saber por que). Los combos que ay son muy difícil de hacer, por el tema de que esta mal echo el juego, te salen sin querer y cuando quieres no, ay algunos BUG pero Graciosos.
Movimientos simples, animaciones que no dejan responder al Jugador..

Varios colecciona-bles en cada capítulos, el juego es bien fácil. Es un juego sin mas para pasar el rato.

El juego me lo e pasado en Dificultad máxima ya que no quería que se me hiciera aburrido y corto, y aun asín a sido Cortito unas 12horas, recomiendo encarecidamente pasarlo en coop con algún amigo. Pues aunque no sea un gran juego, os divertiréis.

Solo recomiendo su compra si es para jugarlo con algún amigo, para pasar el rato a un bajo coste.
El juego se encuentra en Ingles, aunque podréis descargar mi traducción subida en una guiá en el steam al español para ponerlo al 100%

Puntuación
Audio/Gráficos: 6
Historia principal: 6
Juega-habilidad: 4
Precio Ideal de compra: 1€
Publicado: 2 de Agosto
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A 17 de 22 personas (77%) les ha sido útil este análisis
20.3 h registradas
In the last few years the knights templar for gamers became synonymous with the Illuminati with their representation in the Assassins creed universe.....already going off track here. When I first saw the screenshots for the game back in 2011 like many i thought it is an AC rip-off or "the poor mans AC" as i heard some say and did not even bother much until last year when i got it during summer sales.

The first templar takes place after the 3rd Crusade(1189–1192), its a 3rd person action-adventure game and features co-op.You can play as 3 main characters which are interchangeable.The game begins with Celian d'Arestide(the main character) and Roland de Saint-Omer starting their quest for the (you won't believe it) THE HOLY GRAIL !!!11 , cheesy as it sounds the story is actually very complex and has nice twists towards the end and you meet more characters during your journey .

Now lets talk about the first thing you experience, the graphics, while the game is not a triple A it still looks good with beautiful colors and textures, and while the character models look ok, there is no motion capture and it feels sometimes stiff.The soundtrack is nothing special, but the voice acting is quite good.

The gameplay is where the game shines, the game has an excellent combat mechanic,as you level up you can learn new moves or improvements of already learned moves , each character has its own unique style Celian - Sword and Shield, Roland TwoHander and the 3rd main character Marie d'Ibelin has a rogue style gameplay with her weapons being daggers, although it seems like an rpg feature its not, there are no skill trees and in the end you can have all skills and upgrades.You can upgrade your equipment, but this is also simplified, you can use an armor or an weapon set only when you have the full set, you find pieces of these sets hidden in the levels also they aren't many and give some stat improvements but they cannot be combined.Also besides combat you have puzzles which add some flavour to the game and in some levels you can use cannons which also adds to the game.

In the end although the game is simpler than other AAA games , its good story and decent combat will keep you interested as you find out the secret of the holy grail and who is the first templar :)

The good:
Combat
Puzzles
Story

The bad:
rpg features

Final Rating 7/10
Publicado: 5 de Abril
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A 9 de 14 personas (64%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Decent hack 'n slash with a fun co-op mode helps make The First Templar worth more than just a single run-through...

The story itself is pleasantly uncomplicated. I didn't even bother much with it. What's that? We're a knight in search of the Holy Grail? Whatever. Let's get our swords out and start slashing. You'll visit a variety of locations that genuinely feel different, even if it is easy to spot the direction you're supposed to go. How could it be hard? This is not an open world. Travel too far one way or another, and you'll come up against an invisible wall. Exploring too much would slow down the action, anyway. The voice acting is on the whole good, but some of the lines are just so cheesy / stiff that I doubt anyone could make them sound effective. The graphics don't look as horrible as some reviewers have stated. You will come across some incredibly low-res rocks and water at odd places in the game (usually towards the end). The faces of the characters barely move in the engine-driven cutscenes. But the general environments are nicely detailed - in particular, Acre and the d'Ibelin estate. Not earth-shattering, but nice. Fire and smoke are particularly well-rendered. And the game is light on system resources; I was able to run everything at Highest / Ultra @1080p while running an AMD R7 260X graphics card.

Single player mode works well. The controls are smooth if simple (like in a lot of hack 'n slashers), but there are a number of combos and special moves that can really change things up. You don't need to do them, which is nice; you can play the whole game with the basic attack / basic block if you want. Jumping / dodging is a little trickier, requiring a double-tap of the direction key. Now this sounds simple, but in the boss fights, you will be dodging a lot; my hand certainly needed a break afterward. But this is a minor fault. The combat is very quick to learn, and the upgrade tree is very deep. Custom weapons and outfits are only cosmetic that I could tell, but obtaining them does grant XP, in some cases large amounts. Stealth sections are simple; hold down the Shift key and time your movements. You will never confuse The First Templar with Assassin's Creed or Deux Ex Human Revolution; but there are several places where a stealthy approach is required to progress.

Switching from one player to another is simple and seamless: just hit the Tab key to change to the other character. And you will need to do this to solve some of the dungeon puzzles. Which is one of the most fun parts of the game - the puzzles. There are all kinds of traps and levers that need to be pulled in the correct order. Most fall into a few basic categories: you got your fire hazard, your spinning blades hazard, the spike hazard. There are more, and they almost always presented in combination. I never actually died completing the dungeon puzzles, but patience, tact and timing are rewarded.

If you're purchasing for the co-op, great. You have long hours of fun ahead of you with your friend. Only the hosting player gets achievements, though, so be sure to take turns hosting the game.

The game ran very smoothly, with not a single crash. There were several bugs, though, and they could appear at any time. All were related to side missions, whether looking for a series of chests or attempting to rescue a series of villagers. Sometimes, the area the chest was in would not unlock, even though I had done everything and the game itself indicated that I could go get the chest, I could not. Another time, I needed to help some soldiers, but when I went to the spot indicated on the map, there was no one there. I revisited the spot before progressing to the next level, and the soldiers were there, but I could not interact with them in any way! Incredibly frustrating, since there is no way to save your game; you are entirely reliant upon the checkpoints. The only way to fix the bugs was to reload the last checkpoint. There were also a few occasions of sound-drop (no sound, like sword 'clink' and 'clank' when there should be sound), but usually only in huge battles. I assume the sound queue got over-loaded.

Overall, The First Templar was a fun game that is worth a play-through, thanks to the engaging level design and variety of gameplay (slashing, stealth, and puzzle-solving). Not a must-buy at the current list price of $20; at $6 or less, though, it represents good entertainment value.
Publicado: 24 de Mayo
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The First Templar leaves me with mixed feelings. One the one hand it's a very fun and engaging game to make your way through with a friend, but on the other hand it has little problems here and there that mar the gameplay. It seems like it was sloppily put together and could have been better constructed all around in order to make the gameplay more fluid. It's a decent game to go through at least once and is definitely worth picking up.It's hard to judge The First Templar by the usual standards, since almost everything here has two sides. Fairly good story, but dated graphics. Interesting combat system – annoying stealth sequences. Big levels – linear corridors. But ultimately, you will be remembering these 10+ hours of non-stop swashbuckling with a smile on your face.The sneak mechanic is fun, as it's always fun to visit death upon unsuspecting enemies, but it is admittedly a little broken. Enemy line of vision is poorly handled, to say the least.Combat can unfortunately be a little repetitious, with the basic attacks mapped on two buttons and a few mapped to others. This leaves a very strong impression of the game being a button masher which it tries to rectify by giving the characters special attacks they can perform to break up the gameplay. Sadly though, some of the moves aren't the most responsive.Each level has main objectives for you to complete as well as additional, bonus objectives that serve to give you more experience for your characters. They also contain a variety of collectibles in the form of chests and tablets. The chests contain various items, ranging from experience to new outfits for the characters.The story of the game is actually quite interesting, with the characters trying to figure out where to find the Grail amidst the mystery of what is happening with the King betraying the Templar order. All in all, this is a fairly decent game. Overall 7/10.
Publicado: 5 de Agosto
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