As the legendary Persian hero, fight your way in a journey to revenge and reclaim the legendary mace of his ancestors stolen by the Deevs. Purchase before 5/16 and save!
Data de lançamento: 9 Mai 2011
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Years after the confinement of Azhi Dahaka by Fereydun, the evil Deevs (Monsters) who were the commanders in the army of darkness led by Azhi Dahaka rose again in different parts of the ancient lands of Khunirath and rebelled against the humans who were celebrating the victory of the army of light.

This game is based on ancient Persian mythology bringing to life the epic battles of the mythological hero, Garshasp, in the ancient lands against the evil monsters. You play as Garshasp himself, the strongest man in Persian Mythology, in a journey to revenge and reclaim the legendary mace of his ancestors which is stolen by the Deevs. A journey which proves to unlock more significant hidden mysteries. The main mechanics of the game revolve around melee combat, platforming and exploration.

Key features

  • Deep combat system with various combo moves and upgradeable abilities throughout the game.
  • Rage attribute to slash more enemies as they bring you more scars.
  • Intense combat engagements using Garshasp's special hand blade based on quick time events.
  • Cinematic in-game camera following the hero in the epic environments that are traveled in his journey.
  • Fantasy mythological world filled with ferocious monsters from ancient literature and Persian Mythology.
  • Platforming elements.

Requisitos do Sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Processor: P4 2.0 GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB
    • Graphics: 256 MB RAM, Nvidia 6600 and up
    • DirectX®: DirectX® 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB free
    • Sound: DirectX compatible
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7 64-bit
    • Processor: 2.5GHz dual core CPU
    • Memory: 2.5 GB
    • Graphics: 512 MB RAM, GeForce 8800 or Radeon 4600 GPU
    • DirectX®: DirectX® 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB free
    • Sound: DirectX compatible
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Anos após o confinamento de Azhi Dahaka por Fereydun, o Deevs mal (Monstros), que eram os comandantes do exército das trevas liderada por Azhi Dahaka ressuscitou em diferentes partes das antigas terras da Khunirath e se rebelaram contra os humanos que estavam celebrando a vitória do exército de luz.

Este jogo é baseado na mitologia persa antigo dando vida as batalhas épicas do herói mitológico, Garshasp, nas antigas terras contra os monstros do mal. Você joga como Garshasp si mesmo, o homem mais forte em persa Mitologia, em uma jornada para vingar e recuperar o cetro lendário de seus ancestrais, que é roubada pelo Deevs. Uma viagem que prova para desbloquear mistérios ocultos mais significativos. Os principais mecânica do jogo gira em torno de combate corpo a corpo, plataformas e exploração
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Garshasp: The Monster Slayer is a hack and slash game in a similar style to God of War. Unfortunately for this indie disaster, it only shares the same genre as God of War and none of the polish, breathtaking visual polish, and satisfying combat. The world of Garshasp is bland and boring, the story is generic, and the protagonist is the illegitimate child of the Prince of Persia and Kratos.

The combat in Garshasps is absolutely dreadful, the combat feels slow and repetitive. The lack of combat animation variety was pretty jarring even for a game that only lasts three hours. This is magnified further by the developer's arrogance to create zoom in effects whenever Garshasps does a grapple kill. It looks awful enough from a distance, it just looks downright funny close up. The sound effect also does the combat no credit. Everything sounds muffled and of low quality, combined with the fact that weapons clip through enemies makes it very difficult to feel any sort of satisfaction when smacking baddies around.

The puzzles and platforming in Garshasps, while bad, is still more serviceable than the combat. Moving obstacles have these huge boundary boxes that pushes you away if you get to close to them. This makes traversing areas with loads of moving traps tough because you can't predict when you'll get hit. You have to leave huge arbitrary amounts of space between Garshasp and the trap in order to avoid getting hit. It's still doable, and areas without any traps is a treat to run through. The wall sliding on the other hand is rage quit inducing. The sliding is incredibly fast and hard to deal with when the controls are unresponsive.

Shockingly enough, Garshasp does have some redeeming qualities. The game itself has a generic world but it is a well designed generic world. The swamp foliage and boss art design looks fantastic even without anti-alias, the textures didn't look half bad for a budget title. The story has a good origin in Iranian mythology, but delivered poorly through un-epic writing and very poor narration. Garshasp: The Monster Slayer is a stellar example of when good ideas can't formulate good games.

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For all the bad reviews Garshasp has gotten, im actually quite impressed with it. This is a straight to the core knock-off of God of War obviously, just as it looks. And for a small indie dev team to do this in such a great way is amazing. It's obviously not as polished as god of War itself it, but they did a bang up job regardless.
It has just everything God of War has. Bloody Hack and Slash action (although the blood animations look a bit scrappy, they could have definitely put more effort into doing that better), it has character progression, you colelct red orbs just like in God of War that upgrade your abilities, it has quick time events to kill enemies just like God of War does, and it has massive boss fights the same as God of War does. It's not as brutal as God of War is, there isnt those bone crunching sound effects and geysers of blood everywhere, but thats all cosmetic. It's cool and adds to the feeling of a game, but it isnt necessary to have a good time playing it.
While some people frown upon complete knock-offs, i do not. I rather enjoy them. It gives you the same game wiht a different theme and whole new storyline. Garshasp is an Iranian folk-lore character with the same level of badassery as Beowulf, or Hercules. I havent really dug into the game quite yet, ive only played for a short while, but it was enough to get a feel of the game and how it plays.
There is a few things that the game lacks that it could greatly benefit from. Some better use of shaders, more graphical options like anti-aliasing and V-Sync, and at the very least, a way to change your resolution. All graphical options are set just the way they are and there is no option in the menus to switch them whatsoever. Lucikily, it works just as it sits and looks pretty decent on my system, but for others im betting this is a huger game breaking issue.
I've also encountered one bug thats a bit annoying, especially mid-combat. If you're standing on top of an enemy as they dissapear after youve killed them, you get stuck in place until they are gone. This caused me to take some damage quite a few times. While not game breaking, it still should not have been overlooked and left that way.

All in all, there is no God of War on the PC, and for the extremely low price this game costs, its a great alternative. It has also been bundled quite a few times, so coming across a bundle code for next to nothing shouldnt be too hard either. You can literally have a functioning God of War type game on your PC for less than a dollar.

On a scale of 1-10 id rate this at 7/10. BUT, that is only because it functions perfectly on my system. I also would give it a higher score if it had graphical options.
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I have a few problems, the real name is rostam, i am persian myself so i got it but yes
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Just finished. Probably the greatest game I've ever played. No but seriously, it's not perfect, has a few glitches I ran into here and there, repetitive sounds, funny landscapes, but over all it's worth it. My heart was pounding trying to beat the final boss, it's pretty sweet if you give it a chance and don't expect anything AAA from a $5 game! You owe it to yourself.
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