Controle um hovertank avançado, com o mais avançado e sofisticado armamento, enquanto luta contra invasores alienígenas.
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Data de lançamento: 11 Mai, 2011

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Steel Storm: Burning Retribution é um jogo de ação e tiros visto de cima para baixo (top-down), com o mesmo espírito que os jogos da velha guarda. Marca o regresso deste tipo de jogos com novas reviravoltas. O jogo possui um sistema de pontos orientado à jogabilidade competitiva, e foi desenhado por pessoas que gostam de jogos de ação rápida, exércitos de inimigos, mundos destruíveis e explosões avassaladoras.
A ação tem lugar num universo alternativo onde o jogador controla um hovertank avançado, com o mais avançado e sofisticado armamento. A tarefa do jogador é simples, mas não é trivial. Numa luta contra invasores alienígenas, deves prevalecer!

Pontos chave:

  • Apreciar um jogo de ação rápida
  • Mergulhar numa batalha online com até 16 jogadores em simultâneo em qualquer um dos modos de multi-jogador
  • Alcançar a vitória lutando contra inimigos por 25 missões diferentes
  • Completar desafios e desbloquear a câmara de acção na primeira pessoa
  • Criar novas missões ou modificar as já existentes usando o editor de missões colaborativas em tempo real, e partilhar as mesmas com o resto do mundo

Requisitos do Sistema

Windows
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Windows 7+
    • Processor: 2.0+ GHz Single Core Processor (Dual-Core Processor recommended)
    • Memory: 1 Gb RAM (2 Gb or greater recommended)
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 7600GT+ or ATI Radeon 2400+ HD with 256 Mb of VRAM (512 Mb of VRAM recommended). latest OpenGL video drivers must be installed
    • DirectX®: n/a
    • Hard Drive: 900Mb
    • Sound: Windows Supported Sound Card
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 or alike
    • Processor: 2.0+ GHz Single Core Processor (Dual-Core Processor recommended)
    • Memory: 1 Gb RAM (2 Gb or greater recommended)
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 7600GT+ or ATI Radeon 2400+ HD with 256 Mb of VRAM (512 Mb of VRAM recommended). Latest video drivers must be installed.
    • Hard Drive: 900 Mb
    • Input: Keyboard + mouse or generic 6-axis gamepad (XB360 gamepad is not supported currently on Linux)
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5 de 5 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
4.8 hrs em registo
Publicada: 17 de Setembro de 2015
Steel Storm: Burning Retribution is a top down shooter with decent graphics and controls. It has very basic gameplay, pick up upgrades, kill things, press switches and pick up items. A bit on the generic side with little to no story, but it is enjoyable nontheless. Definitely not worth full price, get it on sale or in a bundle. 5/10
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6 de 7 pessoas (86%) acharam esta análise útil
7.3 hrs em registo
Publicada: 19 de Agosto de 2015
My score: 5/10
Playthrough time: 7 hours 12 min (single player: main campaign)

Pros:
+Very nice core gameplay (especially with a gamepad)
+Low system requirements

Cons:
-Gets repetitive
-Frustrating level design at some points
-Weak story/presentation
-Doesn't live up to its potential

Performance notes:
The game is great for using the Xbox 360 controller. The game runs very smoothly on modern computers, I also tried it on a 6 year old mid level (back then) system and didn't encounter any issues there either.

Main review:
First off, I would highly recommend playing this game with a gamepad. It has a very nice feel to it, and after trying 1 minute each of standard controls and gamepad, I went with gampad and didn't look back.

This game is a top down shooter that actually plays a lot like old school FPS games like Doom and Quake, with the exception that you control a vehicle from above instead of a character from the first person view. Otherwise there are a lot of similarities: that is, you go around a level (mostly corridors/rooms), collecting weapons, shooting enemies, often looking for keys to unlock doors, and in the end getting to the exit, then loading the next level.

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=502664236
The core game mechanics are actually really nice. I liked strafing around, using different weapons to take down the enemies. Different kinds of enemies require a few different tactics to handle in the best way.

However, after a few levels, you have seen the most of the game, and it becomes repetitive. It's not so long that you feel that you have to grind through it, but it's the same thing over and over. A few levels try to mix it up by having a time limit, which can get frustrating, as I once got to the exit (after a 20 minute level) about a second late, and had to do it all again. I managed to get stuck twice as well due to poor level design. Once I had to restart, the other time I was stuck in an elevator shaft (the final elevator, leading to the exit) and could position the ship under the elevator to get crushed and restart the level.

There isn't any real sense of progress. The weapons you find and manage to survive a level with are available from the start in future levels, but that's about it. There's a score system, but the points are only for show.

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=502664446
The story is presented through text boxes when starting a mission. Nothing that memorable, and at the end of the game I wasn't sure what I had accomplished. Mostly shot a lot of stuff!

I think the game would have benefited from a deeper story with better presentation, and some sense of achievement/progress in between levels other than collecting weapons that you get to keep. Some kind of upgrade system would have been nice, and if it would have been deep enough it would be incentive to come back for more.

When it comes to setting a score, this is a hard thing with the Steam recommended/not recommended system. For me this game straddles the line. If you got the game almost for free (in a bundle), I would recommend giving it a try. I wouldn't recommend it at full price, it would have to be a pretty large discount for it to be worth its price. So for me, it's still a "recommended", but with reservations.
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3 de 3 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
2 pessoas acharam esta análise engraçada
4.6 hrs em registo
Publicada: 20 de Outubro de 2015
Not worth the full $15 price, but a great game to pick up when it goes on sale.

Don't set a goal to sit down and beat this game. It isn't that type of experience. This game is great for picking up and playing whenever you have an hour or two to kill.
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2 de 3 pessoas (67%) acharam esta análise útil
2.1 hrs em registo
Publicada: 16 de Agosto de 2015
I like this game. It's not perfect, but at least it seems complete. Top down shooters are a bit of hit or miss but this one hits for me.

http://played.today/steel_storm_burning_retribution.html
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GuGGlfjff6k
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178 de 199 pessoas (89%) acharam esta análise útil
9 pessoas acharam esta análise engraçada
1.2 hrs em registo
Publicada: 10 de Fevereiro de 2014
Apart from this being a boring game with controls so bad that it causes dizziness, I don't recommend this game because of the behaviour of the developers themselves.

Because of its low User Score on Metacritic (4.7 out of 10), the devs made an official announcement where they asked gamers to spam-vote perfect 10s in order to manipulate the result, while at the same time calling those who gave them low reviews "morons" and "trolls", among other insults. When I and a few others remarked on how unprofessional that was, we had our comments and posts deleted, as well as our names included in a very public "Hall of Shame" (which was also deleted a few days later) where the developers attempted to ridicule and humiliate us as "trolls".

When almost no one posted any favourable user reviews on Metacritic, they asked Steam to remove their Metacritic score from the game's store page, as it gave them bad publicity (and that's why it's no longer here), but not before one of the developers (called Alexander "motorsep" Zubov) posted a fake review, giving his own game a 9 out of 10.

Companies that behave this way don't deserve any business.
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