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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"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

    Mínimo:
    • 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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64.6 h registradas
Publicado el 3 de agosto
Death to Spies is probably the most niche recommendation I can possibly give.
While by no means is it bad, it's definitely the type of game you're either going to love or hate.
The problems it has are pretty big.

It has almost no sense of atmosphere, with many levels lacking music. Most of the characters in-game are lacking any sense of real voice acting.
Most blatantly the international version of the game is censored to not include swastikas or Hitler portraits.
There are NO subtitles whatsoever, and the few english voice actors they brought on to do cutscene work are absolutely monotone, beneath even Bethesda level.

Thankfully, if you're in love with stealth games, all of this is trumped by the frankly insane amount of work put into the game's levels and mechanics. You will probably never find a stealth game that's as hard, yet as fair as this one.
You will work for HOURS finding the perfect disguise and route to penetrate the ONE small hole in security the developers made for you, and you will ♥♥♥♥ing LOVE it.

That said? If you don't feel like spending loads of time, patience and thought on any given level in a stealth game, you're probably playing the wrong one.
Death to Spies has levels so difficult and guarded that the game expects a degree of lethality, rewarding the best rating in spite of 10 or so guards killed at times. This makes it fairly unique amongst the game's peers in that while it doesn't encourage lethality, it makes it a necessity rather than shunning murder altogether.

If you like tough as nails, yet fair and complex stealth games to the point that you can tolerate questionable delivery? Pick this game up.
You owe it to yourself.
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A 4 de 4 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
20.3 h registradas
Publicado el 21 de junio
After completing Death to Spies I am very pleasantly surprised with the game mechanics and shockingly smart enemy A.I. Enemies will respond accordingly to mostly all of your actions on the field but I recommend stealthing this game fully as the A.I. can become brainless when you are caught. They run around aimlessly and constantly chuck grenades at you. The game is definitely meant to be played silently and it is way more rewarding this way.
Death to Spies has you tackling Nazi prison camps, bases and even tasks you with destroying an entire bridge to cut of enemy reinforcements to the front lines as well as a few other locations I will leave to you to find out for yourself. Do not expect anything exciting from the story and dialogue as that does not seem to be a huge focus in Death to Spies. Character voice acting and lip to voice synchronization is a mess but I did not let that take away from the stories I created within each individual mission.
To say the least, Death to Spies is truly underrated and was lost in the shadows of Hitman. It is a must play for hardcore stealth lovers!

Personal Score: 7.4/10
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A 2 de 2 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
34.0 h registradas
Publicado el 22 de mayo
Highly Recommended MY MISSION IS TO COMPLETE THIS GAME This is a third person stealth shooter, where you play as a Soviet spy during the second world war. The graphics of the game are a bit outdated FOR SOME NOT FOR ME bring it ON game completed STOP SAVE STOP SAVE can't take screenshots
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12.8 h registradas
Publicado el 15 de julio
Very interesting and intense game at times. I personally like stealth and espionage games therefore this game fell right into my domain.

Mission design is pretty good and allows for a variety of approaches. Voice acting is a bit off in the intro scenes of each mission in terms of quality. It is not carried out throughout missions which is a good thing.

Dynamics are added that will not allow you to wear an enemy's outfit if you put a bullet through it however sometimes it glitches out and won't let you change costumes even with headshots (I tested this out since I saved before trying to obtain an officer's outfit and I was able to get it in my 4th or 5th attempt).

Physics seem good and the graphics are not bad for a game that was created in 2007. The graphics are pretty good actually.

The AI is okay as well; not dumb but not super alert as well (this may differ on your difficulty settings).

The retail price of $4.99 seems to be quite a good price for this game. I got Death to Spies: Moment of Truth but I have yet to play and possibly review that game too so I cannot say if $12.99 is worth the two games or not; if it does go on a sale the 2 game bundle may be worth it.

Rating - 8.2/10
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8.3 h registradas
Publicado el 15 de junio
This game will test your patience on a number of levels. On one hand, you will dive into a series of detailed and fairly open maps, stealthily accomplishing complicated tasks. On the other hand, your patience will be tested as you scum saves and restart missions again and again, because the difficulty level is just brutal even on easy.
Honestly, although the graphics are dated and the mechanics are clunky, the detection system is one of the most realistic I've found, forcing you to forget your previous notions of darkness=concealment, and sneak based on line of sight and noise. The gameplay is easy to get used to, and after a while may get repetitive, but it is moderately worth buying. Reccommended at sale price, however.
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