Smersh es una palabra rusa que significa "muerte a los espías" y fue el nombre de una serie de departamentos de contraespionaje creados en el Ejército Soviético durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Su misión era asegurar la retaguardia del Ejército Rojo activo arrestando a traidores, desertores, espías y células criminales.
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 16 de Oct, 2007
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"Amazing stealth action. A must play, especially at the price. Almost always on sale. Get it in conjunction with Death to Spies: Moment of truth."

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Smersh es una palabra rusa que significa "muerte a los espías" y fue el nombre de una serie de departamentos de contraespionaje creados en el Ejército Soviético durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Su misión era asegurar la retaguardia del Ejército Rojo activo arrestando a traidores, desertores, espías y células criminales. Durante la guerra, aquellos agentes se convirtieron en la fuerza principal para combatir al servicio de espionaje alemán.
Como capitán del 4º departamento de Smersh, tu trabajo consiste en ejecutar esas operaciones en el corazón del territorio enemigo. Prepárate para completar varias misiones, que incluyen robar documentos importantes, eliminar o secuestrar a oficiales de alto rango y sabotear los planes del enemigo.
  • La acción sigilosa en tercera persona sumerge al jugador en la atmósfera de las operaciones de espionaje militar de la Segunda Guerra Mundial
  • Diferentes tipos de misiones basadas en operaciones históricas de espionaje y contraespionaje
  • Libertad para elegir el modo de completar una misión
  • Extensas ubicaciones interiores y exteriores de la vida real
  • Diversas habilidades de espía a disposición del jugador, que incluyen moverse de forma sigilosa, esconderse, transportar cadáveres, cambiarse de ropa, poner minas en los objetos, lanzar cuchillos, disparar con armas de francotirador, abrir cerraduras, colocar trampas y muchas más
  • Armas y vehículos auténticos de la Segunda Guerra Mundial

Requisitos del sistema

    • SO: Windows® 2000 / XP
    • Procesador: Intel Pentium 4 a 1.7 GHz o AMD Athlon a 1.8 GHz (Intel Pentium 4 a 2.4 GHz o AMD Athlon a 2.4 GHz o superior recomendado)
    • Memoria: 512 MB de RAM (1 GB de RAM recomendado)
    • Gráficos: nVidia GeForce 5200 / ATI Radeon 9500 con 128 MB de RAM o superior (nVidia GeForce 6800 / ATI Radeon X800 con 256 MB de RAM o superior recomendada)*
    • Versión de DirectX: DirectX® 9.0 (incluido) o posterior
    • Sonido: Dispositivo de sonido compatible con DirectX® 9.0
    • Disco Duro: 3 GB de espacio libre
    * Indica que el dispositivo debe ser compatible con DirectX® 9.0 o posterior.
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A 23 de 26 personas (88%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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This game is overall very good. It is very different from your average WWII game which there's a lot of shooting. This game involves careful planning and stealth. You will find yourself dead very quickly if you start shooting. I will discuss this game under these heading:

LEVELS: There are 10 levels in total. Most of them take at least 1 hour to complete. The levels include; a German concentration camp, a British hotel, an American military base and a German military school. A detailed tutorial mission can be done at the start of the game.

DISGUISES: Disguises are an important element of this game. Most levels you start off in Soviet military camouflage clothes. German soldiers will immediately start shooting at you until you get a disguise. There are different disguises available. A German soldier is the most basic disguise. Most German soldiers will not bother you but higher ranks may see through your disguise. Some levels require you to get officer's uniforms, staff's clothes (e.g. a chef) or a worker's clothes.

WEAPONS: Before you start each level you can fully customise your equipment. You can carry a shoulder, side and a knife weapon. Main weapons include MP40s, MP44s and Stens. Many pistols are also available. The silenced pistol is he most useful. Knifes can be carried - they can be used at close range or thrown. For silent kills you are equipped with a choke cord and chloroform. You can also punch people, although this is nosier.

VEHICLES: Vehicles can be driven in some missions. Trucks, motorbikes and cars can be driven.

UI: You can swap between a main map and a mini-map. You can use the + and - keys to zoom in and out. The AI are shown as green, yellow, red and grey icons; green meaning no suspicion of you, yellow - vary (don't stay around these guys too long!), red - alert, usually if they see you they will raise the alarm and grey - civilians. A suspicion meter appears at the top of the screen when guards are suspicious of you. If this fills the alarm will be raised.

AI: There are many different types/appearances of AI people, though they aren't great. Once you start shooting they tend to run around crazily until they compose themselves. Mostly they're OK though.

Sound: The sound is good in this game. German music can be heard coming from gramophones and the environmental sound are good. The AI are pretty wordless. This is improved in the sequel Moment of Truth (they say Heil Hitler to you if you're dressed as an officer!)

OTHER: You can pick locks, spy through keyholes, sabotage functions to distract attention away and more.

This is a great game I recommend you buy it (wait for a sale somewhere - and get the Gold Edition, it works out cheaper). If you like a game with lots of pace and action this may not be the game for you.
Publicado: 18 de Mayo
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A 18 de 22 personas (82%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Its a very challenging stealth game, the style it has is just like the hitman games, you take the enemies uniform,steal documents etc..

If you like hitman you should try that, but its only for STEALTH fans.
Publicado: 3 de Mayo
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A 7 de 9 personas (78%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Best 99 cents ive ever spent, similar to Hidden & Dangerous 2
Publicado: 29 de Septiembre
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A 12 de 20 personas (60%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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I kill everyone.... Even if im not supposed too.
This game makes me feel like a Nazi hunter.
Publicado: 20 de Junio
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A 3 de 4 personas (75%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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I want to make this very clear before I properly start this review: I have put this as "Not Recommended" as it is definitely not recommended for the average gamer - for most, it will be too frustrating and infuriating to last much longer than an hour. However, if you are a big stealth fan like myself, then you will get some enjoyment out of this game. That enjoyment is limited though, and I'll explain.

If you've played the Hitman series, Death to Spies should instantly remind you of it. You're walking around open areas with multiple paths and disguises are a vital aspect of the gameplay. The difference is that Hitman does it a lot better. The disguise system in this game is a strange beast - you can wear multiple disguises in each level, usually 2 or 3, and usually one will be "better" than the other - as in, there will be less "red" enemies who are able to see through your disguise. The whole thing doesn't really make sense - some enemies, for whatever unexplained reason, know you're a spy. I've completed the game from start to finish and I still don't really get it.

This game is also mercilessly difficult and frustrating. I won't say "challenging" - because that implies you have to think deeply and strategically about what you're actually doing. Most of the time, you'll have quick save and quick load at the ready, doing things in hope rather than guile and seeing if they actually work. The game leaves you very little hints or clues about how to achieve your objectives, which I know some will love as they hate the idea of "hand-holding", but it isn't a black-and-white concept - there is a middle ground where the game can both help you out and you can think for yourself how to solve situations. Other stealth games like Splinter Cell and Metal Gear Solid get that middle ground, while this unfortunately doesn't. People who dislike stealth games often criticise popular titles in the genre for being trial and error games - and yet, as a stealth fan who's played most games in the genre, I found this overly trial and error based. I don't think I've ever looked at a walkthrough as much as I did on this game as often I was left wondering how I was actually supposed to complete my objectives.

Just to add insult to injury, the game is rife with bugs and glitches. You'll find yourself getting stuck in walls and tiny unexitable areas. You might experience a glitch where the camera is in a completely opposite direction to where your character is moving. Oh yeah, and the music in the intros is incredibly loud, so you've got that to enjoy whenever you launch the game.

One area where Death to Spies does deserve credit is the map design - these maps are unusually large for stealth games and is a great change from dark, linear areas in many stealth games. However, there's nothing to do in these areas - if you want to complete the missions, there's always some linear path that is by far the simplest way to complete the missions. The game makes it far too difficult for you to actually use these open areas so you can complete a mission a different way from someone else.

Despite all these issues, I still had fun with Death to Spies, and other stealth fans will feel the same. Credit has to go to the developers, as you can see they tried - the poor English grammar due to the game being a low-budget Russian title adds to the appeal a little. Unfortunately, the game is just plagued with too many flawed gameplay mechanics to make it enjoyable for the general gaming populace - and it's that which kills it.
Publicado: 10 de Octubre
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A 9 de 9 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Estamos ante un título excelente, en el que encarnas el papel de un espía soviético para realizar distintas misiones en la Alemania nazi. Estéticamente, Death to Spies es muy bueno, los escenarios se encuentran cargados con un sinfín de detalles que harán cada misión más creíble que la anterior. Sin embargo, los movimientos del personaje son bastante toscos y mecánicos. La IA de los enemigos es está bastante acotada, pero contiene algunas peculiaridades que vuelven el juego desafiante y entretenido. La música no es uno de sus fuertes ni debilidades, sencillamente no se destaca. En cuanto a la historia… ¿Quién no conoce la segunda guerra mundial? Todos los hechos del juego ocurren en distintos campos o bases alemanas.

Si hablamos de las misiones, podemos decir que son de lo más variadas. Como buen juego de espía hay misiones en la que no debes ser detectado o donde tu objetivo es capturar a tus enemigos vivos. Ahora bien, hay otras donde uno puede darse el lujo de actuar como un verdadero Rambo, disparando a todo aquello que se cruce en nuestro camino. Una de las cosas interesantes y que más me llamo la atención, es el detalle de poder terminar las misiones de diferentes formas. Si bien el objetivo siempre es el mismo, la forma de llegar a él se puede hacer por distintas vías que queda a criterio del jugador. También existe la posibilidad de interactuar con algunos objetos del escenario que nos facilitaran el trabajo.

Una de las características importantes (y fuertes) del juego, es la posibilidad de poder vestir como los enemigos. Pero cuidado a esto, si matas a un enemigo de un disparo a quema ropa no podrás vestirte como él, y claro, porque has roto su vestimenta. Sin embargo, si los matas de un disparo en la cabeza o lo noqueas de un golpe si podrás hacerlo. Y dependiendo del rango militar de tu vestimenta podrás adentrarte en distintas zonas del escenario. También quiero destacar el gran arsenal de armas entre las cuales podemos elegir antes de comenzar la misión. Pero no te encariñes muchos con estas armas, porque al disfrazarte tendrás que dejarlas atrás para que los alemanes crean que eres uno de ellos.

Finalmente, quiero que el lector sepa que hablo de Death To Spies (juego base) y NO de su expansión, la cual por cierto es excelente. Mi puntuación 8/10.
Publicado: 9 de Enero
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