Dreamfall: The Longest Journey, vencedor de vários prémios E3 como o melhor jogo do género, é a continuação de uma saga que teve início no galardoado The Longest Journey, considerado um dos melhores jogos de aventura de sempre.
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Data de lançamento: 17 Abr, 2006

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Gamespy.com - Adventure Game of the Year - "Dreamfall stands so far out of the pack, we believe it would have been a stellar candidate no matter what year it was released". If gaming is ever to be more than merely colored lights and sensation, though, it needs these types of experimental projects to move forward. Gaming may not yet be "art," but with Dreamfall, we're one step closer"

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Gamespy.com - #8 Best PC Game of the Year - "An amazing trip with some of the most fascinating characters you'll ever want to meet through some of the most breathtaking and wondrous scenery you're ever going to see "



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Dreamfall: The Longest Journey, vencedor de vários prémios E3 como o melhor jogo do género, é a continuação de uma saga que teve início no galardoado The Longest Journey, considerado um dos melhores jogos de aventura de sempre. Em Dreamfall, os jogadores embarcam numa jornada épica de exploração e aventura, à medida que se lançam numa história excitante e emocionante. Dreamfall apresenta um mundo totalmente interactivo, onde a variedade de música excelente, gráficos espantosos, personagens fascinantes e jogabilidade inigualável prometem trazer o género de aventura para uma nova era. Prepare-se para uma experiência de jogo espiritual, fantástica e potente.

  • Variedade de jogabilidade inigualável Nunca um jogo de aventura tinha incorporado tanta variedade de jogabilidade! Utilize a sua inteligência ou a sua força; esconda-se, lute, ou trace o seu percurso ao longo dos muitos desafios que o jogo oferece. Seja bem ou mal-educado, ameace ou seja simpático; em Dreamfall você faz as suas escolhas, resultando num jogo onde nunca sabe exactamente o que o espera.
  • Três personagens jogáveis Experimente a história de três perspectivas separadas e saiba como os seus destinos se juntam num final épico. Cada personagem tem capacidades e visões únicas sobre o mundo, proporcionando-lhe variações de jogo constantes.
  • Três mundos Dreamfall abrange três mundos concebidos de forma brilhante, múltiplos capítulos e uma quantidade impressionante de localizações detalhadas. Viaje numa versão futurista ao nosso planeta, uma viagem para um universo mágico e desvende os mistérios de "Inverno".
  • Interacção impressionante com o mundo Fazendo a passagem entre o jogo de aventuras clássico de "apontar e clicar", onde pode clicar em qualquer ponto no ecrã e os jogos de aventura e acção, onde pode ter de se dirigir a um objecto para interagir com ele, Dreamfall introduz a nova funcionalidade de campo de focagem. Nesta interface sensível ao contexto, muito fácil de utilizar, pode procurar em todo o ambiente, tal como ele é visto pelas personagens, e utilizá-lo para obter informações sobre objectos afastados, bem como para accionar oportunidades de jogo remotas.
  • Enredo tipo "thriller" bem construído Dreamfall proporciona um enredo bem construído e envolvente, que mistura o futurista, o fantástico e o espiritual, com uma história de assassínio, mentira e conspiração que ameaça a nossa existência. Ao trazer o jogo de aventuras clássico para o mundo de jogos de acção moderno, Dreamfall proporciona uma história rara e especial.
  • Sons e banda sonora impressionantes Ouça uma banda sonora emotiva e épica em surround 7.1. Ouça vozes arrebatadoras conforme foram gravadas por mais de 50 actores profissionais e desfrute de sons que o farão levantar-se da cadeira.
  • Um jogo para todos 50% dos jogadores do jogo The Longest Journey original eram mulheres. Com a sua abordagem cinematográfica, personagens credíveis, enredo bem construído e interface fácil de utilizar, Dreamfall é um jogo que qualquer adolescente ou adulto pode jogar e desfrutar, independentemente da sua experiência de jogo.

Requisitos do Sistema

    Mínimos: Windows XP (com Service Pack 2), processador Intel Pentium 4 a 1,6 GHz ou AMD Sempron 2800+ ou superior, 512 MB de RAM, 7 GB de espaço livre no disco, placa de som compatível com DirectX 9.0c, placa aceleradora 3D de hardware necessária: placa de vídeo com 128 MB 100% compatível com DirectX 9.0c e os controladores mais recentes.

    Recomendados: Processador Intel Pentium 4 a 2,5 GHz ou AMD Athlon XP 3500+

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Colonel Onyx
( 13.3 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 29 de Junho
A beautiful game about a normal person launched unwillingly on a great quest. This was a touching journey into a wonderful world of modern headaches a magic.

I will admit when I first played this game a few years ago I went searching after words for The Longest Journey because throughout the game I felt like I was missing a part of the story.
Injy
( 15.6 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 29 de Junho
The sequel to the 1999 game, The Longest Journey. April Ryan returns, albeit as one of three protagonists to play during the game alongside Kian Alvane and Zoe Castillo. The story isn't as gripping as the first one and April Ryan isn't nearly as likeable as she was in The Longest Journey, but Zoe and Kian help to keep the game fresh.

Downside: freaking stealth and fighting. GUH.
DZ
( 10.0 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 28 de Junho
feels like 2006
Rock More
( 1.9 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 27 de Junho
This is certainly in my personal top 10 favorite games of all time.

Nostalgicly, it was a great experience as a kid to totally get lost at certain missions, walking around the entire town.
I wouldn't even say this was a bad thing, as it might seem to be. To me, the environment was (and still is!) so incredibly amazing, and every area gives off a different vibe. I just love exploring the entire world with its wonderfull music.
(Most of the trouble with the puzzles was my lack in the English language though)

The puzzles are really clever and the story is very intriguing. I just keep playing it over and over. (I pre-owned it on xbox)

Setting up the controls for xbox controllers is really easy, only a slight hazzle
ted
( 17.1 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 27 de Junho
Another piece to the puzzle.
Lumiasta
( 16.8 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 27 de Junho
The controls for PC are a bit painful, the mouse-sensitivity made me leave mouse untouched and rather bump into walls a few times while letting the game's camera catch up. Graphics are also of course old by now, but the story is a wonderful continuation from The Longest Journey and therefore a must if you wish to continue toward The Dreamfall Chapters. The worlds, the lore and the writing makes it all worth it.
( 14.9 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 25 de Junho
It's hard to tell if i would recommend it, it's (more or less) a telltale game

I don't think it's worth it if you are just going to play this one without the prequel or the sequel.
But if you intent to play the Sequel you can get it (on a sale)


Pro:
+ decent story
+ puzzles

Neutral
its from 2006 and it looks and plays like it

Bad:
- fights are really bad designed
- long walks
[CG] Natalia ^.^
( 14.8 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 24 de Junho
The gameplay is amazing, and the storyline is just as amazing as the previous game. I'd recommend buying this to anyone considering so, it's definitely worth it.
beardedbert
( 14.6 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 18 de Junho
I've been playing this game back in the days and played it recently.
This game is a real journey. Your gonna love it.

10/10 for the great story and the details.
goeywong
( 14.5 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 17 de Junho
This game is so good..no...this is not really a game, this is a journey, to let you experience, to let you feel~
This is more than just a game, the story just beautiful, and surreal (certain parts)
I do not complain about the ending tho, i think the ending is not good enough as an 'ending'
The locaation setting is beautiful, the music is so enjoying, April Ryan is so cool lol
We definitely need more of this kind of game that focus deeply on story development.

If you are looking for gameplay like shooting/zombies or whatever, please stay away from this and save your penny, because this is just not for you.

If you are more to a story person, I would say GRAB IT NOW , it worth more than a penny!
Now...I shall be continue my journey
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14.5 hrs em registo
Publicada: 17 de Junho
This game is so good..no...this is not really a game, this is a journey, to let you experience, to let you feel~
This is more than just a game, the story just beautiful, and surreal (certain parts)
I do not complain about the ending tho, i think the ending is not good enough as an 'ending'
The locaation setting is beautiful, the music is so enjoying, April Ryan is so cool lol
We definitely need more of this kind of game that focus deeply on story development.

If you are looking for gameplay like shooting/zombies or whatever, please stay away from this and save your penny, because this is just not for you.

If you are more to a story person, I would say GRAB IT NOW , it worth more than a penny!
Now...I shall be continue my journey
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14.9 hrs em registo
Publicada: 25 de Junho
It's hard to tell if i would recommend it, it's (more or less) a telltale game

I don't think it's worth it if you are just going to play this one without the prequel or the sequel.
But if you intent to play the Sequel you can get it (on a sale)


Pro:
+ decent story
+ puzzles

Neutral
its from 2006 and it looks and plays like it

Bad:
- fights are really bad designed
- long walks
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16.2 hrs em registo
Publicada: 16 de Junho
Dreamfall series ranks in my top favorite games
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Recomendado
14.8 hrs em registo
Publicada: 24 de Junho
The gameplay is amazing, and the storyline is just as amazing as the previous game. I'd recommend buying this to anyone considering so, it's definitely worth it.
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11.7 hrs em registo
Publicada: 23 de Outubro de 2014
Overall this was a pretty good game, guys!!!

If you played TLJ (The Longest Journey) then you'll like the story of this game, but quickly realize how big of a change there was in gameplay mechanics of this sequel. As a very big fan of the original, I have to admit, at the start off this game, with the different controls and lackluster main character, I was thinking I wouldn't be a fan of this one and in turn, would end up being disappointed or would avoid the 3rd game, Dreamfall: Chapters- this ended up not being the case. The story is a 3rd person adventure/puzzle (WSAD/arrow key movement, not Point & Click) with minimal fighting and frequent puzzles. The puzzles aren't terribly challenging and only 1 part of the game has you do a lot of back & forth "fetching". You swap between 3 roles or characters in the game with the main character being a new girl, Zoe. Chat can be fast forwarded with the space bar, game is saveable at any idle time (non-conversation/cut scene), and, sadly, the game does not allow full screen windowed, which is something I enjoy in many games due to my dual monitor set up.

Pros
-Game is now realized in a full 3D environment. Graphically much better than TLJ.
-Main character, Zoe, grows and changes from when introduced to the end of the game. I really appreciated this as I initially was very uninterested in her.
-Story developed nicely. It was slow in the start and middle as it built up. The last couple hours of the game I felt very attached and well immersed.
-Puzzles weren't bad and most were easily solved without external assistance. I do want to call out I always use a guide in point & click games because, honestly, I just don't have the time for all the trial and error and I really do enjoy the stories of these games.
-Once you figure out the controls, the WSAD keys, Space Bar, and Tab can control your inventory, action wheel, and every other in game action needed- very easy to play from a laid back position.

Cons
-Movement and camera control gave me motion sickness during the game, especially at the start as I adjusted sensitivity and tried multiple configurations to find the "sweet spot". Eventually I gave up and primarily used the movement turn keys to control the camera turn.
-The combat was dumb. Controls were clunky and fighting was unneeded. This was during the time where game devs were trying new features and hitting as many check boxes as possible.
-Main character was kinda pathetic in the introduction and start of the game. I really felt she started to hit her stride when she arrived at Japan.
-Focus mode was mostly pointless and forgotten the majority of the game. A couple puzzles required it, otherwise it didn't do too much.
-1 Part of the game had you go fetch quest items, back and forth, twice. I really missed the ability the double click the edge of the map to instantly move- something found in other Point & Click Adventure games (Deponia trilogy & TLJ, for example).

TL;DR/Bottom line: Get the original, The Longest Journey, and this game, the sequel, Dreamfall: The Longest Journey, as soon as you can afford it. I highly recommend them both and they go on sale together for $6.24 at the lowest. The 3rd game, Dreamfall: Chapters released 2 days ago (10.21.2014) and is, at the time of this writing, receiving very positive reviews.
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8.1 hrs em registo
Publicada: 16 de Janeiro de 2014
9/10

+ fantastic presentation, cinematic feeling, great voice acting, great soundtrack
+ awesome story with many twists, fantastic dialogues
+ likeable main character, you get to bond with her
+ although in 3d person, good controls overall

- basic gameplay, more are inventory based puzzles which are fine, but the stealth gameplay is very basic and irritating at times, so are the fighting sequences
- not as good as the original gameplay wise, although the story is better in dreamfall imo and that's why i give it a solid 9
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22.7 hrs em registo
Publicada: 11 de Novembro de 2014
An awesome experience that every gamer should be 'forced' to go through. This is my third playthrough of this gem, this time on Steam, and I still love it like the first time I played. If you miss this, then you lose, simple as that.

Has its faults of course, but what doesn't?

Out of the box setup for keyboard and mouse are terrible, and may put some people off, but once configured correctly as below, its a dream.

http://forums.steampowered.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2829471

Cut scenes can be long winded, and there is a lot of running to and fro, but the story, although confusing at times, grabs you in, and actually makes you care for the characters you play. A few of the puzzles can catch you out, due to it not being clear what exactly you have to do to advance, but you can look up little hints, without spoiling the game to progress, knowing that these are just minor design flaws in the interface.

Still looks great to this day, and on the whole, is a very rewarding journey indeed!



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13.6 hrs em registo
Publicada: 23 de Novembro de 2015
Absolutely stunning game. It also has amazing Nvidia 3D Vision support out of the box. Seriously, I would have purchased this if it was released this year at full price. Great game, great story, and I wish it was longer. I beat The Longest Journey and Dreamfall for the first time this week and it has been an incredible ride.

I highly recommend both games! It also runs great with the Steam Controller.
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17.8 hrs em registo
Publicada: 12 de Janeiro de 2014
Dreamfall: TLJ is a 3-d third-person point and click adventure game. The game is a sequel to a classic adventure game released in 1998 called The Longest Journey. It is not necessary to play the original TLJ to play Dreamfall, but it helps a lot, since the game universe and many characters are the same. The game is very heavy on story, dialogue, and cinematics, and light on puzzles and gameplay.

Story: the story is both the best and the worst I have ever seen in an adventure game. In the last two years I have completed 12 adventure games including old classics and modern indies. Dreamfall has a very complex and compelling story involving several interesting characters, political movements, and the complex game universe. It includes elements of comedy, drama, and tragedy. The story really gathers steam toward the end, resolving one storyline while introducing several more. Then, in the middle of the gathering drama and revelations, the game suddenly ends with no resolution to the fate of a dozen major characters and a dozen major plotlines. This is perhaps the most unsatisfying ending I have ever seen in a game, movie, book etc. Even if they did plan on a sequel, this was just plain terrible. I know a lot of people hated The Empire Strikes Back because of the unresolved plot lines. This is 100x worse.

Gameplay: there are a few puzzles that require some thought, but overall the mental challenge of this game is on the light side for an adventure game. It is a little unfair to say that this is just an interactive movie, there are some clever puzzles. Unfortunately there are many times you are just sent on a mission to fetch a particular item and bring it to a particular place. The purpose of these brainless missions is to trigger cut-scenes that move the story along. A lot of the action takes place in small rooms and tunnels. This means the camera that follows you has to zoom in and out a lot. I suppose this is a problem with any 3-d third-person game, but it can make you a bit dizzy. The interface was tweaked to be more "console friendly". This makes it a little more clunky for the PC, but not terrible.

Fighting and stealth: the developers added a few fights and a few stealth sequences in the game. The fighting is flat out a waste of time. Just stand in front of your enemy and smash the mouse button and you win. Either that, or the enemy is so tough you always lose. The stealth sequences were much better, although they did not really fit in an adventure game. I like to play adventure games leisurely, with one hand on the mouse and the other hand holding a cup of coffee. I don't want action.

Graphics: the graphics are dated by 2013 standards, but they are nice, especially the Dreamcore sequence. The close-up shots of faces look the worst. Lots of cut-scenes, some of which are pretty cool.

Sound: there seems to be a lot of interesting music and sounds, much better than the typical adventure game.

Overall, from the quality of the story, to the quality of the sound and graphics, to the overall scope of the game, this had the potential to be EASILY the best adventure game of all time. Unfortunately the game was crippled by bizarre decisions by the developers: the mega-cliffhanger ending, the introduction of bad action elements, the clunky interface, the too-easy puzzles. What were they thinking?
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12.8 hrs em registo
Publicada: 23 de Dezembro de 2014
I'm very, VERY disappointed.

This game is a sequel to "The Longest Journey", a point-and-click adventure released in 1999.
I bought both games one year ago, and finally got some spare time, enough to play them both.
TLJ was simply beautiful. It had good puzzles (and a couple of difficult ones); I instantly fell in love with the world, the characters and the story.

Then I started playing Dreamfall.
You can clearly tell this game was born in an age when classic point-and-click adventures were dead, and the developers started using different mechanics for them (Grim Fandango comes to mind, but that was actually a wonderful game). Also, Dreamfall was developed in a period when consoles were the main target. This combination caused a long string of very bad design decisions that affect the game negatively.

Here are some aspects of the game I'd like to talk about.

The Controls
As soon as the first cutscene ended, I noticed a certain difficulty in interacting with the game. The controls are AWFUL. So awkward and counterintuitive. It is clearly designed with controllers in mind, so I said "Hey, I'll just use my Xbox360 Wireless Controller". But it didn't even work. And if you're planning to use one and you somehow manage to make it work, you still need some third party software to bind the triggers to keyboard keys because they won't work otherwise. So, after 30 minutes of googling and tweaking of input options, I ended up playing the game with keyboard and mouse.

The Camera
Oh, the pain we must endure. This is supposed to be a game about exploration, about searching the environment for clues and items to solve puzzles (I'll talk about "puzzles" later). The way the camera is implemented makes it so frustrating to even look around in smaller rooms. It just gets in the way. Not that there's a lot to look at, anyways. Gone are the descriptions of places, objects and such. There's so much less. And it's written so poorly.

The Main Gameplay and Puzzles
Nonexistant, basically. You have a couple of minigames that you will need to play 5-6 times during the entire span of the game (the hacking one, and the lockpicking one). They're both extremely easy.
There's never been a single moment where I was stuck in this game. The puzzles, which should constitute a good portion of the gameplay, are instead few and boring. The inventory space is very limited, but it's not a problem, since I don't think I ever held more than 5 items at the same time (counting your mobile phone and a lockpick that you always have with you, so that makes it 3). With some characters, you even play big portions of the game without any item whatsoever. At some point, you feel like the game consists only of walking, talking to people, and watching cutscenes. 10-12 hours of cutscenes.
So, puzzles are not a big thing in this one. They instead decided to dilute the gameplay with...

Stealth and Combat
Seriously, this is the sequel to a point-and-click. It's mainly story-driven. so, WHY ON STARK did the designers think that STEALTH and COMBAT sections were a good idea, I honestly cannot fathom.
Stealth sections are EVIL. Note to all devs: DO NOT put stealth "missions" in ANY kind of game that does not make stealth its primary mechanic. It's frustrating and boring at the same time, and it just has no point whatsoever. You get caught, you have to redo the section. Now combine this with awful camera and controls. Oh, the FUN!
Oh, and the combat. Dull, buggy and boring to death. I honestly don't know why they put combat in this. Luckily you don't get to fight a lot, but still... it's like Serious Sam with crosswords in it. It breaks the flow. Badly.

The Characters
You will control 3 characters throughout the game:
Zoe. She's the "main" character of the game, and gets the most screentime. Some people disliked her, but I actually liked her since the beginning.
Kian. He should play the role of the "Zelous assassin that will slowly come to question the dubious actions of his religious order". But he gets at most 20-30 minutes of screen time during the whole game, provided you don't get lost (which is quite hard in this game). They don't give you enough time and depth to actually see his transformation, or to actually care about him in general. Could have easily been an NPC.
April. By the Balance, girl. What have they done to you? You suck so much in this game. What a sad, sad person you've become. I loved you in TLJ, you were fantastic. Now you're an empty, self-loathing shell.

The Story
NOTE: I don't consider what follows too "spoilery", but I will be talking about the ending in a general sense, trying to not reveal more than the necessary.
So this game has its flaws, I got it. And I forced myself to play it, because I loved the first TLJ and I really liked the story of Dreamfall. And you get to rivisit some of TLJ locations, and assist to events that you knew happened if you played TLJ. And I think this is just awesome.
So I pushed on. And I played avidly despite the awful gameplay because, well, the story is all this game has to offer, and it's actually pretty good.
And when the story is at its peak, it all abruptly ends with the BIGGEST, most cruel cliffhanger ever done. It just ends.
They managed to close a single arc about an insignificant "The Ring Girl" character that you don't really care about during the whole game. And they leave 10-15 threads not just open, but brutally cut. Including the ones about the 3 main characters, whose fate is unknown. Hell, the fate of the WORLDS is unknown. This enraged me to no ends. I played the whole game just to see the ending, and I got NOTHING out of it. It's like they ran out of money and they had to cut this short. And by "cut" I mean "just leave it this way and maybe we'll make a sequel in 8 years where we'll (hopefully) fix this mess".
I ragequit as soon as the credits began rolling.


So, TL;DR.
Awkward controls and camera management; it's impossible to enjoy the scenery. Then again, you won't be able to analyze half of the things you should be able to in a game like this. Terrible inventory system, but it's not such a big deal since the game has very few puzzles in the first place, and they are all boringly easy. Frustrating stealth sections and dull, boring combat sections, mechanics which were hastily developed and don't belong to this genre anyways. Some great characters but some terrible ones as well. Great story, but AWFUL, rage-inducing incomplete ending with huge cliffhanger.

As much as it pains me to say so, DO NOT spend money on this game. It's a 12 hours long, frustrating, and incomplete cutscene.
If you loved the first TLJ like me, wait until the last of the Dreamfall: Chapters is released, so that you can at least get a complete story out of it.
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