Incarnez un aspirant maître des arts martiaux et suivez la voie de la paume ouverte ou du poing fermé.Dans ce jeu de rôles et d'action maintes fois récompensé, vos choix et actions déterminent le destin de tout l'empire de Jade.Allez-vous empêcher la destruction de cette magnifique terre ou allez-vous l'écraser sous votre talon ?
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Date de parution: 27 fév 2007

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Acheter Jade Empire™: Special Edition


À propos de ce jeu

Incarnez un aspirant maître des arts martiaux et suivez la voie de la paume ouverte ou du poing fermé.Dans ce jeu de rôles et d'action maintes fois récompensé, vos choix et actions déterminent le destin de tout l'empire de Jade.Allez-vous empêcher la destruction de cette magnifique terre ou allez-vous l'écraser sous votre talon ?Êtes-vous un guerrier qui utilise sa force et son art du combat au service de la paix ou allez-vous répandre douleur et chaos ?
Le choix vous appartient.

Le jeu Jade Empire d'origine récompensé
  • Une histoire incroyable et captivante qui fait de vous le noble héros ou le méchant traître !
  • Une pléthore de personnages fascinants avec lesquels interagir.
  • Des terres magnifiques et mystérieuses à explorer, découvrir et sauver...ou conquérir.
  • Un savant mélange de jeux de rôles et de combat en temps réel.
Nouveautés de la version PC !
  • Nouveaux monstres et ennemis.
  • Nouveaux styles de combat.
  • Contrôles intuitifs et personnalisables avec prise en charge de manettes de jeu et de clavier/souris.
  • Résolution graphique enrichie et nouveaux effets visuels.
  • IA de combat et niveaux de difficulté renforcés.
  • Nouvelle interface de carte du monde.

Configuration requise

    Minimale : Windows XP, Pentium 4 1,8 GHz ou AMD Athlon 1800 XP, 512 Mo de RAM, 8 Go d'espace disque disponible, DirectX 9.0, NVIDIA GeForce 6200 ou ATI 9500 ou supérieur (Shader Model 2.0 requis), carte son et pilotes 100 % compatibles DirectX 9.0.
    Recommandée : processeur Intel Pentium 4 3 GHz ou équivalent, 1 Go de RAM, DirectX 9.0 February 2006, série ATI X600, série NVIDIA GeForce 6800 ou supérieure recommandée.
Évaluations intéressantes des utilisateurs
2 personne(s) sur 2 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
39.4 heures en tout
Beautiful game, some bugs with launcher, but after fix it, you can enjoy your RPG. If you liked WD Telltales game, you'll love Jade Empire :)
Posté le : 17 juin
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14 personne(s) sur 15 (93%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
34.3 heures en tout
Jade Empire won my heart several years ago, when I first played it on the original XBOX. While I recommend the game itself to anyone, I must ADVISE CAUTION TO THOSE SEEKING TO BUY IT ON STEAM. For some, the game will not operate smoothly (if at all) without downloading and installing an additional file. For those of you still needing help, there are many thread discussions regarding this error inside the community forums.

Alternatively, you can download and install the two files that I used (they worked for me) from:

For reference, I believe this is the thread where I originally found the solution:

Now onto the game:

For those of you familiar with BioWare products, it probably won't come as much of a surprise that I would report Jade Empire to be a quality role-playing game. Clearly inspired by ancient Chinese mythology and folklore, this game is both alluring and enticing to players who can appreciate compelling storytelling combined with a refreshing cast of characters.

However, this particular title has a relatively simple design in comparison to many of BioWare's other creations. Don't let this discourage you! In spite of the average first play through lasting 20-30 hours, Jade Empire still proves to be an enjoyable experience worth a second playthrough.

One of my personal favourite aspects of this game is how the player's dialogue can influence the rest of the story. The player can interact with a large amount of NPCs throughout the game, however - like in most RPGs - the players main focus should fall to his/her inner-circle. I can't speak for everyone, but I myself found the interactions to be quite entertaining and likable.

All in all, I'd recommend this game to any lover of RPG's, though again: exercise caution before purchasing this game from Steam. I personally did not mind installing the additional files, but apparently that is call for some controversy. For those of you willing to go through the extra trouble, this game is well worth it (in my opinion).
Posté le : 21 juin
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23 personne(s) sur 38 (61%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
2.4 heures en tout
Really? All you have to do is run Steam as admin...done. It's crazy that some of you call that "jumping through hoops". One google search and one right click. It works great and is a great game.
Posté le : 10 juin
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12 personne(s) sur 18 (67%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
17.5 heures en tout
Welcome all that will read this, and now to the review!

(Personal experience below, move down to "Rating" if you just want to see what its about in small details)

The first time I laid eyes on this game, I was late middle school and I thought it looked awesome just because I saw X-Play review it themselves (way back when X-Play wasn't controlled or canceled now) but what really pulled me into wanting this game was the mini episode inside X-Play called "Cheats" which showed how to get a M. art style that is hard to get or some extra silver you can get from a character or how to romance a companion, which I thought was great, also it showed how to beat bosses and how to do things if you wanted to be evil or the good guy side.


Now I have the game and I am in love with this game, to the story to the side quests, to the weird companions to the demons you'll face, I could go on and on about this game but I think you get the point.

With this said, I need to point out the faults and great ideas of this game:


Same voices on non-important npcs
Can't backflip outside of combat
"Looking at the floor" glitch
Weird character movements
Easy bosses (if you have mastered a fighting style)
Kind of cheesy and somewhat predictable storyline
Some of the mouths of npcs don't match to what they are saying (I thought this was a throwback to older chinese/japanese movies but I'm not sure)
Past level 15 your unstoppable
This game will not play correctly if you don't have a patch from a guide on steam on windows 8/8.1 (manual install)
Wishes you have a asian girlfriend (or boyfriend if your a women)


Every companion has their own voice actor and usually special characters do also
The fighting styles can be used in many combinations with another fighting styles
Different perks from all companions
TONS of side quests
China history referances
Funny side quests and dialogue
Epic story
Its equally fun being good and evil
Companion storylines connected to the main storyline
+1 for buns (you'll get it)
Love interests (maybe sexy time?)
You can do barrel-rolls
You fly a plane with jets
Also your a ghost jedi/seth lord


I will give this game a 8 out of 10 for what this game brings to the table, fun-fast gameplay, a addicting game that you can't knock out of your head for weeks and keep coming back for more, a change of pace from shooters/RPGs/etc, a good karma system, great music and more.

I recommend this game for players that are tired of the same "dumb and dumber" (shooters) type of gaming and want something different but even if your looking for a new classic, then this is your kind of gem you'll enjoy.

Posté le : 26 avril
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2 personne(s) sur 2 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
81.3 heures en tout
Those with a taste for Wuxia film will enjoy the authenticity of kicking martial butt through BioWare's rich world of (mostly) traditional Chinese fantasy, but this title is not without it's fair share of problems.

Nearly a decade after first release, it would be unrealistic to expect Jade Empire to represent the pinnacle of modern gaming experience; but if you can get past the idea that 2005 brought more than just the meteoric rise of WoW and a sequel to Battlefield, there is still plenty of entertainment to be had.

For the most part, bags of kung-pow action, offbeat one-liners and a colourful cast including John Cleese (yes, that John Cleese) distract from the game's more serious shortcomings; and although far from perfect, the story is strong enough to carry you most of the way with tongue planted firmly in cheek.

Combat is the clear focus for much of the title, and although harcore gamers will probably be disappointed at the simplicity of A-buttoning your opponent(s) to a meaty pulp, there are a number of different fighting styles to learn and switch between to keep the beatings somewhat fresh.

Taking nothing away from the many other reviewers who could not get this title to run at all, somewhat surprisingly, Jade Empire fired up first time on my own modest system (Win7, 32 bit). Aside from one story-halting bug about half way through - fixed with a simple patch in my case - the title ran without hitch. Judging by other reviews however, I'd be wary of purchasing this title for a Windows 8 system.

Despite the age of this title, the occasional bug, and it's clunky, badly dated interface, I'd still recommend this to those with a love of Wuxia, or just looking for something a little different.

3/5 Look Closely For The Wires
Posté le : 4 septembre
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19 personne(s) sur 20 (95%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
20.0 heures en tout
Jade Empire est fait dans le même moule que tous les gros jeux Bioware post-2003. Comme dans KOTOR, Dragon Age ou Mass Effect, la structure et la progression restent identiques, mettant l'accent sur les dialogues à choix multiples et les compagnons que l'on peut rallier à notre cause ; seuls l'univers et le système de combat changent – ici les bastons lorgnent du côté du beat'em all un peu rigide. Ceux qui ont aimé l'un des jeux en question ont toutes les raisons du monde d'aller se perdre quelques heures dans l'empire de Jade et son Asie fantasmée. Je serais très étonné qu'ils soient nombreux à regretter le voyage.
Posté le : 21 mars
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