Wciel się w rolę pełnego ambicji mistrza sztuk walki i podąż ścieżką otwartej dłoni lub zaciśniętej pięści. W tej obsypanej nagrodami fabularnej grze akcji każda z twoich decyzji i każdy z twoich czynów będzie mieć wpływ na losy całego Jadeitowego Cesarstwa.
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Data wydania: 27 Lut, 2007

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"Great eastern atmosphere, nice story, rich dialog & fleshed out NPCs, simple but fun action combat. A somewhat short, but good game! (see link for mods)"
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O tej grze

Wciel się w rolę pełnego ambicji mistrza sztuk walki i podąż ścieżką otwartej dłoni lub zaciśniętej pięści. W tej obsypanej nagrodami fabularnej grze akcji każda z twoich decyzji i każdy z twoich czynów będzie mieć wpływ na losy całego Jadeitowego Cesarstwa. To od ciebie zależy czy staniesz na straży tej pięknej krainy, lub wręcz przeciwnie, przyczynisz się do jej upadku. Kim jesteś? Wojownikiem, który poświęci swoją siłę i zdolności by zaprowadzić pokój? Czy może kimś, za kim podążą ból i cierpienie?
Wybór należy do ciebie.

Jade Empire, zwycięzca wielu nagród
  • Zapierająca dech w piersiach historia, na której kartach możesz zapisać się jako nobliwy bohater lub zdradziecki nikczemnik!
  • Wiele fascynujących postaci niezależnych.
  • Piękne i tajemnicze krainy czekające na śmiałka, który je odkryje, uratuje lub… podbije.
  • Niezwykłe połączenie gry fabularnej oraz walki w czasie rzeczywistym.
Elementy dodane w wersji PC!
  • Nowe potwory i wrogowie.
  • Nowe style walki.
  • Intuicyjne sterowanie, które można skonfigurować w każdej chwili oraz pełne wsparcie dla gamepadów oraz myszy i klawiatury.
  • Zwiększona rozdzielczość i nowe efekty wizualne.
  • Poprawione SI przeciwników oraz poziom trudności.
  • Nowy interfejs mapy świata.

Wymagania systemowe

    Konfiguracja minimalna: Windows XP, procesor Pentium 4 1.8 GHz lub AMD Athlon XP 1800+, 512 MB RAM-u, karta graficzna kompatybilna z Shader Model 2.0 (NVIDIA GeForce 6200 / ATi Radeon 9500 lub lepsza), karta dźwiękowa i sterowniki kompatybilne z DirectX 9.0, 8 GB wolnego miejsca na dysku twardym.
    Konfiguracja zalecana: Procesor Intel Pentium 4 3 GHz lub odpowiednik, 1 GB RAM-u, DirectX 9.0 (Luty 2006), karta graficzna ATI Radeon X600 / NVIDIA GeForce z serii 6800 lub wyższej.
Pomocne recenzje klientów
40 z 44 osób (91%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
5.4 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 15 stycznia
10/10
It was one of the first games that I played, and I truly can say that is awesome game. You can't see how many hours (or days) I already spend on it because I have this game before steam account, but I went through this game about 20 times, sometimes being good and sometimes being evil. I remember by heart all story and every one secret.
There's a lot of martial arts and characters that you can choose. Story is addictive. And fights are ultra-dynamic. Also despite the age of game, Jade Empire has a beautiful visuals.
Always when I don't know what I want to play I turn on this game - Jade Empire.
Recommended :)
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie Zabawna
16 z 18 osób (89%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
56.0 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 10 stycznia
I would definitively recommend this game, it starts slowly but as I progressed in the story I appreciated it more and more, despice some flaws in the gameplay and the annoying bioware "black & white" morality system.

Technics:
win 7 + xbox controller, no problems , nothing to complain about.

Gameplay:
The controlls are a bit rusty and at times ungainly, it doesn't respond as well as it should, making it at time very difficult to resolve a fight. The advanced combat style system, while a good idea could do with some streamlining, there are almost too many styles (something between 15 and 20) but you end up using only a couple of them exclusively.
The combat in itself can range from very difficult (even with a controller) to smash a button simple. Bioware should have remembered they are first and foremost a RPG company, action is not their fortes.
Still when you get the hang of it, the fights are usually fun and very kung-fu likes , I only wished it had been a bit simpler and more responsive.
The RPG part is working nicely, although it sometimes feel like we could do with a little less dialogue, but like in many bioware games we feel obliged to go though everything a character has to say just in case something interessting is hiding in the choices.

Graphics and sounds
For a game this age I'm agreably surprised with the nice graphics. The background landscapes are beautifully rendered with a lot of colour , the music and sounds goes nicely with it giving it a distinctively fantasy oriental feeling. Yes it's dated but at anno 2015 I didn't have any problem with it, and as the game went on, I was actually more and more impressed about the nice backgrounds and objects put in the game. The characters look quite nice , maybe a bit boring but nothing too serious. The attention to the details is maybe what impressed me most, everything feel very oriental, from the design of GUI to the music or the decorations, very nice.

Plot
At first it doesn't really engage, but after an hour of two the game become more and more exciting, the characters who start at bit bland become more fleshed out and interesting and the quests and surroundings get better and better. In fact the game get really interessting 1\3 into the story when you reach the capital. In short it might seem a bit boring at first but things get better with time, give it a chance.
Toward the end it get really amazing and I have to say it's one of the most engaging RPG I have played for a long time. The story is much better than NWN2 (expensions included) and the ending is much better than masseffect and even KOTOR 1. The Bioware "morality" system however annoyed me with it's very basic evil and good choices. It's very black and white and counterintuitive , bioware doesn't manage to give us clear motivations to behave like a "♥♥♥♥♥♥♥" , most people will naturally choice the "good-guy" choices especially when being a bad guy doesn't give you any clear advantages. This is not a new problem for bioware RPG however and it's something most of us have learned to live with in those games. Still a bit annoying.
The story start a bit tame, but it very soon become a lot more exciting. In fact towad the end I was really engrossed in it and the game amazed me more and more as I progressed. The story is one of the best I've experienced in a RPG for quite some times and it's very refreshing.

Conclusions
The game has its flaws, but mostly it's great especially if you like a great and engrossing story. The beginning is a bit tame, and take some time to familiarise yourself with the controlls which can feel cluncky at time. But as a whole the great story and interessant characters make it worth your time, I definitively recommend this game.
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie Zabawna
11 z 14 osób (79%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
Według 1 osoby ta recenzja jest zabawna
32.6 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 10 kwietnia
Jade Empire SE: Lost Potential: The Game

pros;
-is good
-music excels
-setting is gorgeous
-rpg elements nice
-freedom of progression in main quests
-combo styles+non-scrub mc makes for a good battle sys
-bioware star bi-lead
-sidequests satisfying eg., arena!!, bounties aka aishi, garden smackdown, lorde's furnace, mr and mrs bun, etc
-finale wraps up nicely
-jen zi's ribbon physx

cons;
-feels incomplete
--two stops
--companions= conduits of aforementioned wasted potential
-morality sys is so-so, ie., 'im nice hello ur a slave? wow thats not ok' vs 'be a ♥♥♥♥ to grandma'
-interaction sys is reeeeally rough (why can't sky just keep talking)
-MINI-GAMES????
-where is jen zi's dragon tattoo bioware!!?

-my dumbass for not remembering this friggin game is CAPPED AT 30FPS+THERE'S A FIX NNNGGGHHH
use the fix, it'll feel like you're not playing on an 80s dell dsktp:
'jadeempire.ini' in JE folder
ctrl+f clampfps
change value; '1' to '0'
ctrl+s+exit
start shiny new game
enjoy my wasted 30hrs-tainted opportunity

also,
-steam vers is a hot mess, but heres the fix i used:
c+p 'steam.dll' into game folder (aka launcher fix)
give admin priv to exe file
backup launcher.exe
rename game exe to new launcher exe ie., 'JadeEmpireLauncher.exe'
launch from steam
ta daaa
play as jen zi
enjoy


sooo
overall: yes get, give me a sequel on cryengine bioware pls, 7/10, etc
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie Zabawna
2 z 3 osób (67%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
23.4 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 20 czerwca
Despite the old graphics and occasional clunkiness, I think this is one of my newest favorite games. I was surprised by how well it stands up against the newer titles. If anything, the fact that this came before many of Bioware's other titles elevates it to a higher status for my regard.

The rundown:

Graphics:
This is an old game, and as such, will have old graphics. Textures aren't particularly high, faces can be a touch blobby, and clothing moves like awkward paper. I also found the cutscenes, while also marked with the usual low quality of the time, also had a strange film grain effect. This may be removable, but I never found it so pressing as to search for the option. Some of the cutscenes that involved content of a more gory/violent/disturbing nature did not appear so, though one's imagination can fill in the gaps (this may be a pro or con). Overall, I found the graphics acceptable for serving their task.

Audio:
I enjoyed the musical score, particularly the swells that appeared during the more intense moments in the game. I'll probably go see if I can hunt down the OST (EDIT: found the OST. It's still great). As for the dialog, I found the majority of major characters to have intriguing voices, and rarely felt the need to read the subtitles and skip when speaking with them. This was not always the case with the minor characters. I suspect the voices themselves are more than decent, but the lack of camera movement during a conversation could become a little stale (a flaw of the time, I would think).

Characters:
Unsurprisingly, this is where the high quality really shone through. Although there weren't as many opportunities as I would have liked to interact and speak with the companions (though to be fair, that's always my complaint), I found their backstories interesting and genuinely wished to know more about them throughout the game. I wouldn't have minded a few more side quests, or the ability to take more than one companion along, as I found myself taking the same two out. This just means further playthroughs are needed for the future.

Story:
What I liked about it was its seeming simplicity. It began in a rather straight forward manner, following some of the usual tropes. However, as the story progressed, I enjoyed seeing the new twists, and I wish to give particular commendation to some of the aspects in the ending. Unlike some of Bioware's more recent titles, I really wasn't certain if I'd made the 'right' choice (assuming there had been others - I've only played through once, following the Open Hand path). This ambiguity was very appreciated, and it's something I'm still thinking about. Some form of sequal would have really been fantastic, as I would have loved to see what my impact on the Jade Empire ultimately ended up being.

In short, despite the aging, I found the game to be extremely entertaining, and possibly a necessary staple to anyone curious about playing more Bioware games. I can definitely see myself replaying it. For information purposes, my playtime ended up being 23 hours.

One last note: The steam edition of Jade Empire had this issue where upon startup, it would tell it 'couldn't find steam' or some such drivel, and then promptly close. The fix was relatively easy. Exit steam entirely, and then run it as administrator, and then start Jade Empire. That should allow the configuration paths to form correctly (I believe that was where the issue lay, but I can't be certain. Regardless, the game worked normally for me then on out).
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie Zabawna
2 z 3 osób (67%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
0.7 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 25 czerwca
This game right here is the #1 game that I believe deserves a sequel. There's so much content to this game. It still holds up well even about a decade later. If you like story rich games, memorable characters, martial arts, Asian mythology/fantasy, or culture, I highly recommend this game.
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie Zabawna