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|Remarques du vendeur :||“Dot Hack Infection Part 1 Black Label PS2 Playstation 2 Game.Preowned condition shows wear from previous use. Game disc only and case.”|
|Release Year:||2003||Video Game Series:||.hack|
|Genre:||Role Playing||Sports Sub-Genre:||Role-Playing|
|Platform:||Sony PlayStation 2||Video Game Name:||Dot Hack|
|MPN:||045557180119||Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)|
|Rating:||T-Teen||Brand:||Sony Interactive Entertainment|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||None||Country/Region of Manufacture:||United States|
|Game Name:||Dot Hack||UPC:||0045557180119|
First in a four-part series, .hack//INFECTION is set in a near future when society has come to rely heavily on advanced network technology. Recently, a ban against online gaming has been lifted and millions upon millions of people have flocked to a new virtual reality known as "The World." Two teenage boys are among the participants, taking the roles of Kite and Orca in The World. When they are attacked and Orca's player falls comatose in the real world, Kite must continue in the virtual reality of the game on a quest to save his friend.
While the story element of "will to power" in an artificial reality may share basic concepts with 1999's The Matrix, many of the presentational aspects of .hack are created with the sense of an epic anime film. The plotline is crucial to gameplay and an included DVD features original animation that may reveal important secrets to observant viewers. Characters in the game were designed by Yoshiyuki Sadamoto (Evangelion). The story was written by Kazunori Ito (Ghost in the Shell).
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||9446|
|Product Key Features|
|Platform||Sony PlayStation 2|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1|
|ESRB Descriptor||Mature Sexual Themes, Mild Animated Violence, Mild Language, Violence|
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Looking for an engaging 4-part RPG? You found it.
.hack//Infection (Part 1), as the name suggests, is part of a four part game series about a guy who starts playing a popular online game with his friend only to be attacked and have that same friend end up in a coma. He then begins his journey searching for answers and a way to help is comatose friend. Essentially you're playing a game about someone playing a game. The story is quite interesting, especially if sci-fi/cyberpunk is your thing, although the only downside is that you'll be getting only the first quarter of the story here. Want the rest? Time to buy Parts 2, 3, and 4. The gameplay comes down to dungeon crawling with actionRPG style combat, going into town, buying items, then heading back to the dungeons. Every now and then you're forced to log out of the game and go to your deskop (remember, this is a game inside a game) to check the message boards for tips and new locations or check your email. This might seem annoying at first but interacting with your party members through email was actually quite enjoyable and fleshed them out, while the message board was very useful in that it provided essential information. Overall, I loved this game as well as the subsequent .hack games, and is a must buy for RPG fans who can get over the older looking graphics and want a great story and fun gameplay.
What is .hack?
.Hack is A game that is inside of an online game. You get to go do stuff like check your mail and sometimes get to reply to some of the mail. You also have a bord that tells you stuff that has happend in the game. The game is one of the top 9 rpg. You get to play as a guy named Kite. The more you go in the game the more people you can get. You can only have two other people in your party. While you play you find out that people are going into a coma while playing in "the world" but is this happing becouse of a game? You seek to find out what or who is doing this. I have played all four games and have beaten them. And one of the stuff I didn't like was that it didn't have a real online mode! Whats the point of haveing an online game that doesn't have a real online mode? What I like was the fighting mode. It also has a lot of differt places to go to. But I enjoyed playing the game,a whole 98 hours worth I give it a 7 out of 10.
I absolutely love the .hack// franchise, both the original and the G.U. trilogy. Having this game, the roots of MMOJRPG Simulation is amazing when I first played it. In all the games and anime, Bandai should've kept this game alive for console gaming and other things, even though it has some mobile games. The Original games and anime even Sword Art Online ain't got anything close on this franchise. I really hope Bandai and CC Corp make more future installments.
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : jc81387
It feels similar to playing an online game except not. I found this one pretty fun and a good introduction to the other 3 games making you want to keep playing them to get the story. You might also feel compelled to finish every little special feature. The dungeons can become a bit repetitive but I think that's pretty similar to an online game anyway. The animation is pretty good too considering this is a fairly old game now. Definitely give this game a try if you like convoluted plots, some repetition, and getting game goodies. ;D It's also got the great feature of being in either English or Japanese.
I bought .hack//infection several weeks ago after reading a story about the sequel in a magazine. This is a really good game. It successfully gives the feeling of an online game without ever having to log onto the internet. The characters are designed with a lot of detail. I have several complaints about this game though. One is that the graphics seemed rushed, the field maps are very grainy and flat. Another one of my complaints is the English voice acting. The voices are metiocre and tend to lean to the side of fake. Also, the mouths of the characters do not match the words. Playing this game with the optional Japanese audio might just be worth it. So overall, I would recommend this game if you're looking for an online RPG but don't want to actually go online or if you're looking for fun gameplay. But if you're looking for a cinematic game with gorgeous graphics and good english voicing than you may want to looks elsewhere.