Vous êtes l'arme ultime avec le compagnon ultime – Rassemblez des objets secrets et obtenez des améliorations pour devenir l'arme parfaite.
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Date de parution: 20 jan 2011

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"A decent 2D platformer/shooter in the vein of Contra (and similar games). It's a little rough around the edges, but gets the job done for what it is..."
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Carbon Stealth Suit: (Yellow)

A light weight and non metal alternative to ARES traditional armor. Proves to be pleasing to the eye.

 
Indigo Pulse Suit: (Blue)

A prototype suit made of special materials discovered by United Earth which was estimated to be immune to Zytron Gas.

À propos de ce jeu

A.R.E.S.: Extinction Agenda est le premier chapitre d'une série de jeux de plate-formes d'action hardcore, dans la tradition des jeux rétros, où vous prenez le contrôle d'Ares, un robot de combat créé dans la seule intention de sauver l'humanité. Pourrez-vous faire face à cette tâche ou serez-vous réduit en cendres ?
Vous êtes Ares, le premier robot Zytron immunisé. Un symbole de l'avancée de la technologie humaine, vous êtes le robot le plus développé de l'univers ; créé pour courir plus vite, sauter plus haut, et tirer plus rapidement. En plus de ces attributs fondamentaux, votre conception permet de transformer des pièces détachées et des ressources en des objets, des armures et de l'armement de grande valeur. Vous devrez utiliser toutes les choses à votre disposition afin d'atteindre et de venir en aide aux rescapés de la zone infectée de la station spatiale Zytron

Caractéristiques :

  • Découvrez différents endroits de l'univers d'A.R.E.S., chacun comprenant un magnifique et unique environnement 3D avec des défis stimulants.
  • Vous êtes l'arme ultime, avec un bras droit ultime - collectez les objets secrets et soyez de plus en plus fort pour devenir une arme parfaite.
  • Retrouvez-vous face à face d'adversaires colossaux, apprenez leur comportement pour les défaire dans la bataille.
  • Détruisez les ennemis, collectez leurs pièces détachées et recyclez-les ensuite pour créer des objets incroyables tels que des soins, des armes et des munitions.

Configuration requise

    • Système d'exploitation : Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista ou Windows 7
    • Processeur : Intel Core™ 2 Duo , AMD Athlon x2
    • Mémoire vive : Windows XP:1 Go , Windows Vista, 7:2 Go
    • Carte graphique : Série NVIDIA GeForce 7600, Série NVIDIA GeForce 7600
    • DirectX® : DirectX 9.0c
    • Disque dur : 300 Mo d'espace disque disponible
    • Son : Compatible DirectSound (DirectX 9.0c ou supérieur)
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7 personne(s) sur 7 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
2.8 heures en tout
Megaman, vous aimez, alors A.R.E.S. peut vous plaire. Le jeu allie action et plateforme sur des mouvements en 2D.

Mais à la différence de l'homme bleu, ce qui prime ici est l'action, la plateforme n'est que très peu poussée... Heureusement, car les sauts sont imprécis au possible et vous allez rager plus d'une fois en tentant 30 fois de passer un saut sur un passage obligatoire. Le jeu se veut néanmoins nerveux, on ne s'ennuie jamais avec de nombreux ennemis, les boss frappent par leur démesure et leur fun (quoiqu'un peu dur par rapport au reste du niveau).
Graphiquement, A.R.E.S. ne casse pas trois pattes à un canard mais reste agréable a regarder et tout tourne à la perfection même sur une petite machine.

Et pour finir, LE gros défaut : la durée de vie. En 2 heures, le jeu est fini. Certes, sans compter les succès, mais tout de même, ça fait bien court et on a l'impression que les developpeurs n'avaient juste pas envie de se fouler plus que ça. c'est d'autant plus dommage que le jeu amuse
Posté le : 6 juillet
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28 personne(s) sur 32 (88%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
5.9 heures en tout
Personal Rating: "Grab it during a sale"
Traditional Rating: 5/10
Genre: Action Platformer/Sidescroller

When I first heard about A.R.E.S Extinction Agenda, a small flutter of excitement overcame me. You see, I grew up on Mega Man and his countless adventures on the NES - with some of those games still to this day being able to rekindle a gaming joy within me when I feel the current slew of gaming titles are doing nothing but putting a damp squib on my desire to play and complete them. There is just something inherently appealing to me about 2D platform side-scrollers that I will always love (again this is probably due to my younger years harboring an almost fanatical fascination with games like Contra and Mega Man) so I didn't hesitate for a second to add A.R.E.S to my collection. At the time it was touted as Episode 1 in an ongoing series of episodes and the price-tag of $9.99 back in 2010 I felt was a little steep for what was essentially a downloadable first chapter.

It appears something went awry as we are already half-way through 2014 and A.R.E.S has yet to see an Episode 2. Searching the game developers bare-bones website, http://www.x10interactive.com , it appears not much has been going on for quite some time which leads me to believe they are most probably now defunct which is sad in any event but after playing through A.R.E.S (once back in 2010) and now recently in 2014 (for the Steam Trading Card business) I can’t help feel that they had much of a future to begin with. A.R.E.S for all intents and purpose tries so desperately to mimic the successes of the past games yet doesn't even come close. The entire game feels like a cheap imitation of a mid-nineties Mega Man game and the kicker is that is poses very little to no challenge at all. Even ramping up the difficulty levels does very little to put it on par with some of the more challenging Contra and Mega Man fare released almost 20 years ago.

Whilst the 2D artwork may look nice and the techno buzzing soundtrack amiable providing the listener with tunes to hum to while playing, the platform jumping and shooting mechanics are somewhat borked and will have you flinging more than a few unkind words around the room. Boss fights are an absolute joke and require very little tactical thought on the player’s part where it is simply a case of find a corner and blast away until the enemy is no longer.

I had high hopes for A.R.E.S but in the end I can only lightly recommend this title. Since it appears we will see no continuation of the story, if you must pick up the game (particularly if you want the card drops) rather wait until this the game is being offered at a discount price since currently there are a dearth of more endearing indies games you could be spending a tenner on.
Posté le : 15 juin
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4 personne(s) sur 4 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1.2 heures en tout
This game is very entertaining! If you are a fan of Megaman games, this game has a lot of those same features. There's a good variety of weapons and enemies to keep you interested for a long time, as well as secrets that will make you replay levels to collect. Overall, it's a top of the line game in the $10 tier, so definitely worth the buy.
Posté le : 1 juillet
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11 personne(s) sur 18 (61%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
2.8 heures en tout
ARES is a Megaman clone where you try to save the world against some catastrophe with assistance from your special suit and an ally to give you guidance. I played with a gamepad, so movement is with 1 stick, and shooting is with the other. The story was not the most gripping, standard save the world type stuff. Your suit makes you immune to some chemical that is being released, which is why you are mostly going alone.

I found the enemy types to be pretty repetitive at the beginning. It seems in the first level I fought about 100 copies of the same 3 enemies. The boss design was a little lacking. The best strategy seemed to be to hide out in a corner or tank the fight. The controls were somewhat sloppy. It was difficult to get the tight movement necessary to dodge some attacks.

The graphics are bright and colorful, but I found the animation to be choppy. The environments didn't really do enough to draw me in to the game. Seemed like I was just fighting in giant labs of warehouses. The soundtrack does a little to pump you up, however. It may have been the high point.

I feel that there are enough entries in the Megaman/Metroidvania platformer genre that are more worthy of your time than ARES. Try it if you are a huge fan of these games and are running out of quality options, but I cannot recommend it to everyone.

Grade: C-
Posté le : 17 juin
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3 personne(s) sur 3 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
4.4 heures en tout
A.R.E.S. is what you get when you mix Megaman, 80's cartoons, and the old DoS game "Abuse", and put them all in a 2.5D blender.

A brief review for a brief game, A.R.E.S. can typically be finished in one sitting, which of course is the point. Weapon purchases and upgrades transfer over with every new game that is started, and there are multiple endings depending on the difficulty one chooses, throwing in a little bit of bullet hell style progression into the mix as well. And for you OCD types, there's also some collection elements, so it's fun to go back and suss out secrets from every corner you can find.

If I had one complaint about this game, it's that you absolutely should be playing with a controller. I realize that isn't much to ask in this day and age, but for those stuck on a mouse and keyboard, unfortunately the programming of the game will only allow you to press two keys at once, so for some of those tricker platforming sections, it gets a little extra hard to navigate properly.

That aside, the game runs smoothly, looks nice, has a bit of a cartoonish feel to the plot, and is mostly just an excuse to run around and cause robots to explode. And at the end of the day, isn't that all we all really want?
Posté le : 21 mai
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