Nueve deidades. Nueve héroes. Y un solo campeón. La Grecia mítica. La tierra de dioses, poetas y héroes pero también de terribles monstruos y criaturas. Numen es un RPG de acción totalmente en tres dimensiones que transcurre en la Grecia mítica.
Análisis de usuarios: Variados (105 análisis) - El 46% de los 105 análisis de los usuarios sobre este juego son positivos.
Fecha de lanzamiento: 3 jun. 2010

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"Numen: Contest of Heroes is a surprisingly robust RPG, with attractive 3D graphics and well animated if not particularly innovative enemies."
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Nueve deidades. Nueve héroes. Y un solo campeón. La Grecia mítica. La tierra de dioses, poetas y héroes pero también de terribles monstruos y criaturas.

Numen es un RPG de acción totalmente en tres dimensiones que transcurre en la Grecia mítica. El jugador controla a un héroe a elegir entre nueve, quienes competirán, en nombre de los dioses a los que veneran, en una grandiosa prueba para sus habilidades. Héroes que realizarán una peregrinación sobre las montañas más altas, a través de valles y frondosos bosques, criptas subterráneas y la abrasadora arena del desierto.

Sin embargo Numen no es el típico juego "hack and slash". Ofrece al jugador la posibilidad de tomar decisiones tácticas, buscar los puntos débiles de los enemigos y elegir las armas más adecuadas. Recompensará a aquellos capaces de adaptarse a la situación variable del campo de batalla. El jugador recibirá la ayuda de los poderes únicos y habilidades que le proporciona el dios al que venera, siempre y cuando dicho dios esté satisfecho con él o con ella. Los dioses del Olimpo, después de todo, son famosos por su naturaleza aleatoria e impredecible…

  • RPG de acción con una historia convincente e intrigante y sorprendentes giros en la trama.
  • Diseño 3D detallado con efectos visuales de última generación.
  • El mundo del juego basado en la mitología griega está compuesto por diez localizaciones situadas en 12 islas con zonas exteriores y laberintos subterráneos.
  • Diversas y extensas misiones de la historia y principal y secundarias.
  • Elige el sexo de tu héroe, su especialización entre tres posibles y una de las nueve deidades a la que venerar.
  • Cantidad de armas, armaduras y objetos únicos; más de 80 hechizos y habilidades.
  • Duelos de arena, entrenamientos de combate y torneos.

Requisitos del sistema


    • SO: Windows XP (SP3) / Windows Vista (SP1) / Windows 7
    • Procesador: Intel Core 2 Single Core a 1.6 GHz (o equivalente) o AMD 64 a 2.0 GHz (o equivalente)
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM (1.5 GB en Vista y Windows 7)
    • Gráficos: ATI Radeon X850 con 256 MB o NVIDIA GeForce 6600 GT con 128 MB o superior (Windows Vista: Radeon X1550 con 256 MB o NVidia GeForce 7600GT con 256 MB)
    • DirectX®: DirectX (Agosto de 2009)
    • Disco Duro: 3 GB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Compatible con DirectX
Análisis útiles de usuarios
A 8 de 12 personas (67%) les ha sido útil este análisis
31.2 h registradas
Publicado el 27 de julio
I enjoyed this game quite a bit. I bought it back around the time it released for full price, and I never regretted it. And even now years later I look back fondly on this game.
I think I may play it again as one of the other classes...
You can choose three basic classes - warrior, ranger, mage. Later on you get to choose your god based on which class you choose (3 per class iirc). These choices add certain other abilities. But they do not seem to make a ton of difference from what I saw. But it was still a neat idea.

The game is fairly basic, and the combat lacks weight (feels like you are hitting air).
But If you enjoy MMOs or mythology, you will probably enjoy this. It does not take a lot of time to finish it (30 hrs, and I am one of thos egamers that explores every nook and cranny and goes back to previous areas to re-explore after important plot events).

It is a good in between game while you are waiting for something else to release.

The story was nothing spectacular, but definitely enough to keep me wanting to see more. I was definitely engaged.
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A 4 de 7 personas (57%) les ha sido útil este análisis
1 persona ha encontrado divertido este análisis
31.7 h registradas
Publicado el 25 de octubre de 2014
Describo este juego muy bueno lo he jugado desde ase unas semanas y me gusto muchisimo y espero q le agraden leean mi post del Juego "Numen: Contest of Heroes" grasias Saludos :-)....
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A 61 de 80 personas (76%) les ha sido útil este análisis
8.8 h registradas
Publicado el 9 de diciembre de 2013
It's not a good RPG, but it's not a total catastrophe either... The item and level grinding is boring, it lacks in story and especially in side quests and the level 'design' is pretty much non-existant. Most of the game looks more random than Diablo while it isn't. While the game isn't a complete waste of time and has some moments, the lack of speech for the few NPCs, the mindnumbing and pointless arena fights and a lot of other small details make the game very dull and sometimes tedious to play. There's just so many better Diablo clones around and this one is hardly worth anybody's time. The final battle is a joke compared to the other boss fights. So many design flaws in one game that it's almost a candidate for a rotten tomato award... Unless you're extremely bored and have nothing better to play, stay away from this game.
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A 49 de 64 personas (77%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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31.7 h registradas
Publicado el 28 de febrero de 2014
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Numen: Contest of Heroes basically plays like a single player MMO, complete with hotkey bar, ability cooldowns, and combat that doesn't feel like it's quite connecting. It isn't a great game, but it's at least a decent one, and well worth the huge sale prices I've seen it (currently $0.99 as I write this review.) I myself picked it up for $7.50 soon after release, and don't really regret it, though $5 or less is the sweet spot here IMO.

The introductory / tutorial section is pretty boring, but persevere and the game becomes more enjoyable later. You start out as a kid, and through a few quests learn the basics of the three primary classes - Warrior, Archer and Mage. At the end of the tutorial you get to pick which of the three classes you want to become, and appear as a leveled up adult with only the abilities of the chosen class. At the same time you also pick which God to worship, granting you additional abilities and bonuses, which increase as you make your God more proud of you through your actions.

Then it's standard fantasy RPG fare. You go on quests, trigger events which advance the plotline, unlock new areas and make more quests available, kill monsters to level up and get better loot, and eventually kill the final boss and beat the game. You encounter other heroes along the way and choose whether to help, hinder or ignore them. And there's an Arena tournament event where you can fight these heroes as well.

The balance seems a bit off in some areas. A couple times you can be thrown into a new area severely underlevelled for the enemies, and have to grind before you can take on more than one of them at a time. Then 3/4 of the way through you find that 90% of your attacks are critical hits and enemies don't stand a chance as long as you don't get careless.

Overall I'd recommend the game when it's on sale, though not at the base $9.99 price.
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A 14 de 15 personas (93%) les ha sido útil este análisis
13.7 h registradas
Publicado el 1 de enero
I really like this game.

It looked to me like an arena fighting game at first glance so I always ignored it. I bought it on sale for 79 cents on a whim and I'm sure glad I did.

It looks like Titans Quest, but It plays very much like an MMO. Tab targeting, auto-attack, skills hotbar, camps of mobs you have to carefully pull, etc. If you aren't in to MMO-style combat, you may not like this. The combat reminds me of Vanguard and several others. Fights are quicker though, mobs your level usually die in 10-15 seconds.

The leveling is relatively fast so far. I've been playing about 6 hours and am level 31. I did grind out a couple of levels once to make an area easier, but it only took about 10 minutes.

A big plus for me is that there are 16 item slots, including four ring slots. I prefer many slots and slower upgrades rather than constant upgrades to 6 or 8 slots.

One of the things I didn't like about it are the slow walking speed when you first start the game as a child. But once you leave the tutorial island and become an adult, the walking speed is very good.

Another thing I don't care for is the day/night system. You have to find a campfire to rest, with the option of resting to restore stamina only, or until morning or evening. It seemed like I had to rest until night time to make one quest mob appear but there was no indication of this that I saw so I roamed around looking for him before trying to wait until night time. So far, this was the only time day or night mattered, other than picking some flowers on the tutorial island, and you are told to do that at night.

The last thing is the save system. You can only save at one of the campfires. There are plenty of them around so this is not a big issue for me, but a "save anywhere" would be nice.

I only went to the arena for a few minutes and it was kind of weird and not all that fun, so hopefully it'll be mostly optional.

The graphics are on par with most MMO graphics and the sound is adequate but there is not a lot of music.

Having finished all other RPG's that interest me, and being between MMO's at the moment, I'm having a lot of fun with this. I would have easily paid the full $7.99 for it had I realized what it actually was.


1) I finished the game in 13 hours at level 80.

2) The arena is optional. I never went there again and only lost a little favor with the gods for missing a tournament.

3) The night/day thing was not a big deal. There are 3-4 times someone or something will only appear at night.

4) A couple of the quests are a bit vague. I consulted a walkthrough a few times.

5) It did crash on me twice, both times after saving and entering a new zone.

It was still probably the most fun I've ever had for 79 cents, and is well worth even full price, imo, if you can overlook a few minor issues.
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