"...la sensación que transmiten las armas, la música, el ritmo, todo es fabuloso.
Análisis de usuarios: Extremadamente positivos (1,595 análisis) - El 96% de los 1,595 análisis de los usuarios sobre este juego son positivos.
Fecha de lanzamiento: 8 jun. 2011

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"Lost more than a few hairs on this bullet-hell shooter set on British colonial Mars in the 17th century (yup). A good intro to bullethells."
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“La sensación que transmiten las armas, la música, el ritmo, todo es fabuloso.”
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Jamestown: Legend Of The Lost Colony es un shooter neoclásico en perspectiva cenital para un máximo de 4 jugadores que transcurre en un Marte colonial británico del siglo XVII. Cuenta con toda la intensidad, profundidad y píxeles de un shooter arcade clásico con un toque moderno: un sistema de juego cooperativo totalmente integrado.
A diferencia de la mayoría de shooters en perspectiva cenital, los cuales ofrecen a los jugadores un montón de vidas o continues, Jamestown hace algo diferente. Siempre y cuando algún jugador sobreviva, el equipo puede ser devuelto de la muerte. Al ofrecer a cada jugador el poder para rescatar a su equipo de las garras de la destrucción, Jamestown crea una estimulante experiencia cooperativa donde la cooperación de cada uno es lo que realmente importa. Ya sea ganando o perdiendo, tu equipo lo hará unido.

Características principales:

  • Ábrete paso a través de un Marte histórico con un equipo de 4 jugadores en el modo cooperativo por red local
  • Maravíllate y regocíjate con las grandes extensiones de píxeles dibujadas a mano
  • Escapa hacia una trepidante historia de redención llena de aventuras
  • Épicos temas orquestales compuestos por Francisco Cerda, únicos en cada nivel
  • Enfréntate en la hostil frontera marciana con tu selección de armamento steampunk de 1619
  • Domina una innovadora mecánica cooperativa combinada con un shooter clásico en perspectiva cenital
  • Pon a prueba tus habilidades contra más de 20 desafiantes niveles
  • Dale un vistazo al modo arcade "Gauntlet" y juega a Jamestown como en 1996
  • Aprovéchate del sistema de puntuación único para llegar a lo más alto de las tablas de clasificación online
  • Desbloquea más de 30 logros de Steam... ¡si puedes!

Requisitos del sistema

Mac OS X
    • SO: Microsoft® Windows® XP SP2 / Vista / 7
    • Procesador: Intel® Pentium™ 4 a 2.4 GHz o superior
    • Memoria: 512 MB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 250 MB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: Tarjeta de 256 MB de VRAM compatible con OpenGL 2.0
    • DirectX®: DirectX® 9.0c
    • Extra: Un teclado, controlador o ratón para cada jugador. Soporta múltiples teclados y ratones. Para jugar con ratón necesitas uno de 3 botones
    • SO: OS X versión Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3 o posterior.
    • Procesador: Intel® Core 2 Duo a 2.1 Ghz o superior
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 250 MB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: Cualquier gráfica con 256 MB de VRAM y compatible con OpenGL 2.0
    • Versión de DirectX®:
    • Adicional: Un teclado, controlador o ratón necesario por jugador. Múltiples joysticks soportados. 3 botones necesarios para el juego con ratón
    • OS: OS X version Yosemite 10.10.3 or later.
    • Processor: Intel® Core2 Duo 2.1 Ghz or better
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 250 MB
    • Video Card: Any OpenGL 2.0 graphics card with 512MB+ video RAM and full GLSL support

    • Additional: One keyboard, controller, or mouse required per player. Supports multiple joysticks. 3-buttons required for mouse play.
Análisis útiles de usuarios
A 16 de 17 personas (94%) les ha sido útil este análisis
1.7 h registradas
Publicado el 10 de junio
Another cool bullet-hell shooter (though nowhere near Crimzon Clover level) with a unique setting, a variety of ships (with more via DLC) and interesting progression (you have to beat the previous levels on higher difficulties to progress through the game) make this a shmup that purists should check out. Oh, and it's 4-player. Haven't seen a 4-player shooter since Blast Works on the Wii.
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A 9 de 11 personas (82%) les ha sido útil este análisis
2.6 h registradas
Publicado el 27 de junio
It is 90s' vertical arcade shooter with enhanced features and presentation!

- Beautiful 2D pixel drawings, very rare to see in nowadays, about the top notch graphic level of previous NeoGeo games
- Marvelous Soundtrack, match the story background neatly
- Great control response and very accurate hit box detection
- Pretty enemy designs
- Various modes and challenge adds replayablility
- Wide screen vertical shooters is eyes friendly
- Local Coop up to 4 players, I don't complaint the lack of Online mode as I can see it won't goes well with current Internet environment for such tense response game

- Scenario stages is quite short, I don't mind to buy DLC to extend the joy

- Vault Bulletshield is same for all Ships. If every Ships can varie with such as Slow-mo, Bullet reflection, Bullet Breakshot, Bullet Blackhole or etc.

Score: 85/100
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A 6 de 6 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
5.9 h registradas
Publicado el 8 de julio
Jamestown is well known to many Americans as the first colonial settlement in North America in 1619. This game is also set in the year 1619, but it is not in the New World. It is set in Mars. You are a British colonial on the run from the king and country and you try to uncover the secrets of the colony of Roanoke. However, the opposing forces you must face are the Spanish/Martians. This is a top-down shooter that would remind shooters fans of top-down shooters from the 1980s.

It feels like the plot takes a backseat to the solid gameplay. The game introduces you to the beam ship, a standard ship with a primary mode and a secondary mode that requires you to use the left mouse and right mouse, respectively. Other ships are locked until you complete some campaign missions, but you will still have to use the left and right mouse buttons. The controls are that simple, but the game will always test your skills to the max. The beam ship’s primary mode is the 2 lines of bullets and the secondary mode is the powerful beam that can destroy lesser enemies with ease and is very useful against larger enemies. Other ships that are unlocked have their own primary and secondary modes and are good for testing in the campaign missions and challenge stages. The DLCs have more ships that can be unlocked and are definitely worth trying out while testing your skills.

All ships unlocked in the game have one thing in common: a vaunt meter. You must fill up this vaunt meter by collecting the golden nuts and bolts that defeated enemies drop. Once you activate that vaunt by using your default middle mouse button, there is a circular shield that appears around your ship. At first glance, the vaunt looks like it is useful for defensive strategies and is a life saver. I later realized that the vaunt begins a point multiplier that builds up as you defeat enemies while the vaunt is active. You can defeat many enemies in a very short time, but the vaunt also lasts for a short time. The vaunt is best activated when you are in a tight situation, such as when many enemies are firing so many bullets it would be hard to get through them without being blown up.

James town challenges your shooting and movement skills enough that you would have to visit your shoppe to buy some items with the currency you have earned during the campaign missions. The currency comes from collecting the golden nuts and bolts from the defeated enemies. You can buy new ships and challenge packs with your hard earned currency. The challenge stages are break from the campaign missions, but they truly put your skills to the test and train you for other challenge stages and campaign missions.

The challenge stages require you to reach specific goals such as scoring X number of points in X number of seconds. In one challenge stage you must destroy train cars to score an extraordinary number of points to complete the stage. The trick is to destroy train cars, but destroying the engine car last is the key to scoring so many points. I think this is a smart learning curve put together by the indie developers of this game. The difficulties are not unfair because the game is not over that quickly. Jamestown gives you a few credits from the beginning of the mission or challenge stage and those credits can be enough to win at the end.

An interesting take on the learning curve of Jamestown is how you unlock future campaign missions. In order to unlock future campaign mission you have to complete each of the other previous missions on the next highest difficulty level. Every campaign mission begins with ordinary enemies and some larger enemies. When you reach the last stage there is a boss to defeat. It is important to lose as few lives as possible in order to defeat the boss since it is easy to lose multiple credits. There are lots of close calls throughout the game and your ship explodes when it is hit in its dead center. The vaunt becomes critical in these close calls, but you have to be sure that the vaunt is available when the situation is right.

Jamestown has local co-op of up to four players. It is surprising to me that there is no multiplayer since the game would have made for some interesting competition. There are leaderboards to show you how you stack up against other players from around the world.

The graphics are pixelated, but the pixelation is very impressive and detailed. All the explosions and action look very nice and you clearly see the well detailed stripes on the uniforms of the enemies who represent the Spanish/Martian forces.

Essentially, the graphics provide enough style and the gameplay of Jamestown provides enough substance to warrant buying this game at an affordable price of $9.99. The opportunities to unlock ships, campaign missions, and challenge stages will motivate you to continue playing so that you can hone your skills enough.

My Score: 8/10

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A 6 de 6 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
1.3 h registradas
Publicado el 30 de agosto
I am a big fan of bullet hell games and this one is done so damn well. The story of war in colonial Jamestown, Mars is odd but brilliant. The controls and movements are perfectly smooth and feel perfect. The graphics and particle effects are beautiful.
It's a great, quick time sink, especially if you enjoy the genre.
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6.9 h registradas
Publicado el 30 de abril
Get this game, some beers rolling, 3 couch friends, and prepare to have the adventure of your life.

11/10 Would slip on beer again while destroing the evil conquistador ^_^
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