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Irem Arcade Hits

Irem Arcade Hits [UDE]

09/02/2012
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Jeux Irem d'anthologie (Shooter, plateformes, ...) rassemblés en un seul package.
Editeur : Techtonic Games
Développeur : Techtonic Games
Type : Action / Plates-formes
Note du test : Aucune Note …
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Date : Non communiquée
Worms Crazy Golf sur PC entraîne les fameux vers de terre dans des parties de golf déjantées. Au programme : un mode solo permettant d'effectuer trois parcours de dix-huit trous (Britannia, Caverne des Pirates et Cimetière), un mode Défi et un mode Multijoueur vous donnant l'occasion de rivaliser avec un, deux ou trois amis dans le cadre de parties locales en hot seat.
Ultrablast est un jeu vidéo en téléchargement uniquement sur Macintosh, de genre shoot'em up, de thème futuriste, édité par RetroFlux.
This pack included: Painkiller, Painkiller: Battle out of Hell, Painkiller: Overdose, Painkiller: Resurrection, Painkiller: Redemption

Status:
-[AT] : GREEN
- [NvIDEA] : GREEN
- [GMA] : Untested

Personal Notes:
Painkiller and Painkiller: Battle Out Of Hell require only 128 MB of VRAM the other three expansions require 256 MB VRAM for optimized performance. If the 3 latest expansions are to be played on lower end graphics cards then the advanced graphics settings must be turned way down to low. You can choose which of the games you would like to download with your torrent client under the files tab when you have the torrent highlighted in your client.

Game Description:
Painkiller
Painkiller is a first-person shooter video game released on April 12, 2004. It was published by DreamCatcher Interactive and developed by Polish game studio People Can Fly. It attempts to replicate the "old-school FPS" gameplay of Doom and Quake. It has 24 levels of seemingly unconnected designs that include medieval castles, factories and lunatic asylums. Five of the levels are "boss levels" with some of the largest FPS bosses to date. The game takes place in Purgatory and Hell. It is notable for using the Havok 2.0 physics engine extensively. The main character, Daniel Garner, is voiced by Cam Clarke.

The game is inspired by such classic titles as Quake and Doom, with the emphasis on killing big amounts of monsters. The game is divided into five chapters, each about eight levels long. The player's objective is to get through each level, from start to finish, by slaughtering hundreds of monsters. One of the game's most important aspects was its diversity. Each level presented a new location with various themes and art styles. The levels included castles, monasteries, an opera house, Venice, graveyards, and more. Monsters were also very different, with a new ones almost every level. There were special five levels where player had to combat a boss. The game presented an option to complete a special task each level, which will result in player getting a "tarot card", a rare, hard-to-obtain bonus. The tarot card menu was available from level select screen, and each equipped card provided different bonuses for a small amount of time, like powered-up weapons or slow motion.

Painkiller: Battle out of Hell
Painkiller: Battle out of Hell is an expansion pack for Painkiller, released on November 22, 2004. It was developed and published by the same companies as Painkiller. Battle Out of Hell features an all-new 10-level single player campaign, two new weapons (each taking a page out of the original game's book with two fire modes each), new multiplayer modes, and improved visual effects.

The story continues where the original left off: Lucifer is killed and his position as ruler of Hell is now free. Alastor, one of four hell generals Daniel Garner was assigned to kill in the original game, appears with a horde of demons and confronts Daniel, who now has to retreat with the help of Eve. Daniel's new goal is to battle through out of hell and eliminate Alastor, who is now rightful ruler of the demonic forces. Before confronting his powerful enemy, Daniel visits such places as an orphanage full of possessed children, a hellish circus named Loony Park, a pirate bay, colliseums, Necropolis, and even a twisted version of World War II Leningrad. After taking out Alastor, Eve thanks Daniel for allowing her to take control. Eve offers Daniel the chance to rule by her side, but Daniel, pointing his gun at Eve, refuses and the screen fades to black.

Painkiller: Overdose
Another Painkiller game, titled Painkiller: Overdose, was released for Windows on October 30, 2007 worldwide. Originally being developed by Mindware Studios from Czech Republic as a fan-made game mod, DreamCatcher granted the project full financial and technical support. In Overdose, the player takes the role of Belial, a half-angel, half-demon gatekeeper. The game contains 6 new weapons, 40 monster types and 16 new levels. The story is a spin-off and is said to tie wandering ends and provide a bridge between the original game and a potential sequel.[1] On October 17, 2007, the demo was released. On October 23, 2007, DreamCatcher announced that the game had started shipping to retail stores.
The story is set just after Daniel kills Lucifer. The death of Hell's leader allows Belial, the prisoner and outcast, to escape and start his vendetta against those who imprisoned him: demonic beast Cerberus and Sammael, an angel who betrayed his own kind. Belial starts his journey with killing his prison warden (and later using his head as a weapon). After traveling through various hellish places and defeating countless demons he kills Cerberus and reaches Sammael's lair. There, Belial defeats the fallen angel and rips his wings off as