La guerra se ha librado en todo el reino de Myrtana. Hordas de orcos han invadido el territorio humano y el rey necesita un gran cantidad de mineral para forjar las suficientes armas como para que su ejército haga frente a esta amenaza.
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 15 mar. 2001

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La guerra se ha librado en todo el reino de Myrtana. Hordas de orcos han invadido el territorio humano y el rey necesita un gran cantidad de mineral para forjar las suficientes armas como para que su ejército haga frente a esta amenaza. El que viola la ley en estos tiempos tan oscuros es condenado a servir en la gigantesca colonia penal de Khorinis, extrayendo el tan ansiado mineral.
Toda la zona, conocida como "la Colonia", está rodeada por una barrera mágica, una esfera de dos kilómetros de diámetro, que aísla la colonia penal del mundo exterior. La barrera puede ser traspasada desde el exterior, pero una vez dentro nadie puede escapar. La barrera era un arma de doble filo: pronto los prisioneros aprovecharon la oportunidad e iniciaron una revuelta. La Colonia quedó dividida en tres facciones rivales y rey se ha visto forzado a negociar por su mineral en lugar de exigirlo.
Haz sido lanzado a través de la barrera de esta prisión. Estando entre la espada y la pared, deberás sobrevivir y crear inestables alianzas hasta que finalmente puedas escapar.

Características:

  • Uno de los mayores juegos de rol con más de 100 horas de juego
  • Una gran variedad de armas y hechizos para tu personaje
  • Un mundo vivo donde la gente va a trabajar, duerme, come y lucha para sobrevivir

Requisitos del sistema

    • SO: Windows XP / 2000 / ME / 98 / Vista
    • Procesador: Intel Pentium III a 700 MHz
    • Memoria: 256 MB de RAM o más
    • Gráficos: Tarjeta 3D con 32 MB de RAM
    • DirectX®: 8.1
    • Disco Duro: 4 GB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Compatible con DirectX
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Gothic es un juego original y revolucionario en su momento. De mundo abierto donde podemos ir a cualquier parte, con el problema de los enemigos más fuertes que nosotros y difíciles de vencer. En general, es un juego difícil ya que cualquier cosa puede matarnos y, también, de desarrollo lento en el principio ya que toca hablar con muchos personajes y estar atento a todo lo que nos digan.
Una de las características de los NPCs es que tienen rutinas como trabajar, dormir, etc.. durante el transcurso del día y la noche sintiéndose más vivo el mundo.
Los mayores problemas que tiene el juego son uno de los controles más raros y que nos tomara un tiempo en adaptarnos a ellos y configurar lo mejor posible. Además, es muy frecuente encontrarse con varios bugs, obligándonos a guardar en diferentes huecos y varias veces.
El combate también puede resultar raro, pero basado en habilidades. Iremos subiendo de nivel con la experiencia que ganemos matando enemigos y haciendo misiones. Al subir de nivel nos darán puntos de habilidad que podremos gastar junto con el mineral mágico (la moneda del juego) en subir las estadísticas y habilidades de nuestro personaje hablando con los diferentes entrenadores repartidos por el mundo.

La historia es muy interesante. Empezamos siendo prisioneros y enviados a una colonia rodeada de una barrera mágica imposible de salir. Allí nos encontraremos con tres bandos y solo podremos unirnos a una, pero no será tan fácil, ya que tendremos que hacer misiones para ellos y conocer mejor el bando que nos queremos unir. Tampoco se trata de que a unirnos a un bando seremos una clase de personaje como guerrero, mago, etc.. simplemente son campamentos que tratan de sobrevivir dentro de la colonia.

Es un juego increíble, pero quizás no para todo el mundo si no estás dispuesto a tratar con los controles torpes y los gráficos 3D que han envejecido mal.

NOTA: Muy recomendable instalar SystemPack para solucionar bugs y ejecutar el juego sin problemas http://forum.worldofplayers.de/forum/threads/1340357-Release-Gothic-%C2%BD-%C2%97-SystemPack-%28ENG-DEU%29
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Crashes whenever trying to start a New Game. I know it's and awesome game, but just fix it's stupid crashes...
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Day 1: Arrived to colony, got beaten up, went to Old camp, told the guard I'm going to kill everyone here, got beaten up again.
Day 2: Refused to pay "protection money", some digger tried to beat me up so I hid in the barrel, nearly got beaten up again.
Day 4: Bought skirt in Sect camp, put on the skirt, got 3 joints of weed for free, increased my maximum mana by smoking weed.
Day 6: Met a drunk guy in New camp who offered me to sell his weed and split profit, sold weed kept the ore nuggets for myself.
Day 8: Went to old mine, lured the guard away from his chest, cleaned up the chest, nearly got beaten up, sold him the key of his chest.
Day 10: Grilled 250 pieces of meat, put a guy to sleep with a spell, robbed his house, got beaten up again.
Day 11: Went into forest to collect mushrooms for the chef, got eaten by Shadowbeast.

10/10 Best game ever!

P.S. If you can't run it, stop complaining about it, use "Guides" section - there are plenty of suggested fixes, game works fine if your hands don't grow out of your ♥♥♥!
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Although my Steam time says 22 minutes for this game, I played it mostly offline because I've had internet troubles. I completed the game after 31 hours.

I had never heard of the Gothic series before, but I got interested in checking it out after watching an interview with Jonathan Blow, the creator of 'Braid', where he talked about gameplay and game design. In that interview, he described the Gothic series as, "like Skyrim, but with good gameplay". Such zing!

I then found it on Steam and got a deal for all three games. I've heard 1 and 2 are amazing, and 3 is just okay (according to most hardcore fans), after which there are some spinoffs that are considered absolutely appalling. I'm yet to play 2 or 3 though, so this is just based on my experience with Gothic 1.

I really enjoyed Gothic 1. It's an RPG adventure type game with open world exploration. The story is great, the characters are interesting, the world is a good size (large enough to explore, not so large that it's overwhelming). The controls take some getting used to, and I recommend reading up on Google for some explanation and guidance on it. After about two or three hours though, it's a piece of cake. (You can also find the original manual for the game - yes, it was made in the era of actual game manuals - which will help in explaining a lot of how the game world works)

The main thing about the controls is that a person or item needs to be selected first before you press something else to interact with it. For example, if there's some berries on the ground, you press the select tool and then press action to pick them up. If you're trying to pick up a particular item on the ground amongst others, you press the select tool, press left or right to toggle through which item is highlight and then press action once the item you want is highlighted. Same goes for interacting with people and even moving items around when trading (explained more below). You also need to highlight a creature and then press action to attack when you have a weapon ready.

You start off being introduced to some characters and one of the three main camps. You eventually learn about all three camps and you'll need to choose one to join (each with its own way of living, style, etc). You can access almost any part of the map at any time, although early on there are places where the people and creatures will absolutely crush you until you're strong enough to survive (kind of in a Dark Souls way). You can learn all kinds of skills, including one hand or two hand weapons, agility, stealing, getting resources from animals you kill, etc.

A lot of your time will be spent trading with people, so take your time to collect everything you find as it will be worth something. The trading system appears odd at first, but like the controls, it's a piece of cake once you learn in. You put things into the middle you want to trade from your side and get from the other side, then you press 'Enter' to make the deal. The values at the top will show you if you're getting a fair deal or not. The NPCs you trade with will accept any deal that's equal or where they get an advantage, so be careful. You could end up trading away things worth 1,000s for 10 worth of stuff.

Most of this stuff you will learn over time, and there's a joy in exploring and learning to understand the world. However, there are other things that you'll wish you knew at the beginning. Some things I learnt after 20 hours into the game just by accident that would've been good to know from the get go. Here are a few of those things:

1. You can switch weapons using the number keys, but you can also hold down the space bar to toggle through them.
2. When your character is out of health and not breathing on the ground, he is dead. The game will not load a previous save for you. It's up to you to pause the game and manually load up a save. Otherwise you'll just sit there staring at your dead corpse forever. :O
3. Armour really matters in this game, both for you and enemies. There are some enemies you won't be able to even damage unless you really stagger them and get a lucky hit in. For those ones, you'll need to wait until later in the game to get some better weapons. Same goes for you though. Once you have some quality armour, a lot of enemies won't be able to really do anything to you.
4. If you're falling from a great height, hold down left or right and you won't get damaged. Can save your life and also make travelling the world a lot faster at times. (this is obviously a glitch and not an intended game design, but still)

This is not a positive review based on nostalgia for this old game. This is the first time I've ever played or seen a Gothic game (in 2015). Gothic 1 is not a perfect game, but if you can get past the graphics (although there is a mod that will help with that a bit), and get used to the controls, it has great gameplay with and an interesting storyline. I'm looking forward to playing Gothic 2 (considered by most fans to be the best in the series).
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This game is a masterpiece! Followed by it's sequel gothic II the both games are masterpieces!

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If you have trouble launching the game in win7-8 the try the following:

Gothic I:

-install patch 1.08k
-in gothic ini (it is inside the system folder of the game) find startupwindowed and set to true
-set your resolution in gothic ini (something like xwidth=... ylength=...)
-set your texture size to 16 in gothic ini
-set extendedmenu to true

Gothic II:

-In gothic ini find startupwindowed and set to true
-set res size to your monitor's
-set texture size to 32
-set extendedmenu to true

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The game is wonderful but their next deity is even BETTER.
The game has very interesting quests and get to choose your path (warrior/mage) during the game by joining one of the 3 factions unlike in other mmorpgs where you choose your class from the start. Very interesting storyline. The combat is quirky and hard but once you get used to it you're fine. If you want a better thought out combat system better buy Gothic II. All in all I think this the best RPG game EVER MADE
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