Sniper Elite V2 Playstation 3
|Prazo||Valor Mensal (R$)||Total (R$)|
|2x sem juros||R$ 38,86||R$ 77,71|
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- Jogo de tiro e ação
- Possui 11 missões
- Número de jogadores offline: 1
- Recomendado para maiores de 18 anos
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- Descontinuado pelo fabricante : Não
- Idioma : Inglês
- Idioma : Inglês
- Dimensões do produto : 17.02 x 13.46 x 1.52 cm; 90.72 g
- Número do modelo : 71501416
- Data de lançamento : 3 março 2012
- ASIN : B005EZ5GW8
- País de origem : Brasil
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Nº 2,456 em Games e Consoles (Conheça o Top 100 na categoria Games e Consoles)
- Nº 39 em Jogos para PlayStation 3
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A sequência do aclamado jogo Sniper Elite de 2005, da Rebelião, o Sniper Elite V2 continua a oferecer aos jogadores a mais autêntica experiência de sniper da Segunda Guerra Mundial colocando-os no meio de Berlim em meio à frenética batalha final entre forças alemãs e russas.
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The good: graphics arre certainly serviceable, as is sound. The gameplay is more in line with what remember original call of duty/medal of honor being. By that, i mean you get to sections you have to work through and figure out. It can take several attempts, but once you do it is very satisfying. It seems like all the latest fps are more and more just rail shooters; i get through sections often on the first try with no idea what i did or what just happened. I feel like I am being pushed through so I can get to the big cinematic scene...not much fun for me, and I guess they just dummy this stuff down for short attention span 13 year olds. The first game in years I would sit down and play for hours with a "let me give it one more try" thing going. If you like having to figure it out and work for it, you will enjoy the gameplay here.
Could be ,better: as discussed, the save system sucks. Also, the shooting dynamics are just limited to figuring out drop, not cross winds (no wind in Germany in 1945 apparently). Also, there is no real reward for patience. This was much more realized aspect to the game in the first one. You really had to sneak around, stay low and move slow, think before you moved. You also came into an area and had to scout. It was really satisfying to patiently scan an area and see a sniper and take him out before he saw you. Here, you can move pretty quickly without consequence. And often you cannot see a sniper until you are in a certain range, at which point he sees you too. And there are no real epically long tough kill shots for the Boss battles. I want to be able to break off a 1000 yard shot in a cross wind and ace someone. I also want to have to go up against competent snipers..most in this game are hacks. Too many sequences are direct conflict, blasting away at enemies at fairly short ranges, which is not what a sniper was all about. With a few subtle tweaks to the gameplay, to bring it more in line with the first one, it would have been terrific.
Overall, especially if you played the first one and enjoyed it, it is recommended. I am hoping they make a third version with the graphics of this one but more of the subtle gameplay of the first: slow, silent, invisible, one shot, one kill, get out.
The game is tough, no lie. There are some spots where you'll have fun blasting away at enemies without them being able to get you back...at the same time...there are spots in which you will hate the game with all your guts.
There are 3 rifles, 3 machine guns and 3 pistols. Honestly, there is little difference between them and there is no training for how to use the different scopes (although they're not that different). The only key difference is that on the sniper rifles, the second one has 7 bullets and reloads faster. On the machine guns is all about how big the clip is, there is one with 71 bullets, go for that if they area calls for close encounters. And the pistols, well, one is silenced and the other two are not, the M1911 being my favorite even when it's not silenced...very powerful.
Your equipment is composed of trip mines, land mines, grenades, stick grenades and dynamite. The most useless being the latter, unless you know where the enemy will be, they just sit there and do nothing. Trip and land mines are your best friends for covering those flanking spots as you take on enemies. Still, I don't think they put a high explosive radius because you will hardly ever get a 2 for 1 kill with these...even when the enemies are close together.
The maps seem a bit clustered and the environment sometimes lacks of vantage points where you can snipe freely from. Even when there are some, the enemies will spot you with nasty accuracy and give you a hard time. Some of the areas have sound masking events happening, which are good to use to not get caught, but these are rare. If I recall well, the first one had outrageous distances and made for better shots, you could almost line up shots that were on the edge of the scope and get kills like that.
So with all these issues, why is this game fun? Well, there is nothing like lining up that perfect shot and watch that beautiful x-ray cam land your shot (especially on Sniper Elite difficulty as you have to take into account heart rate, wind speed and your body position). You can shatter bones, pierce skulls, destroy hearts, eyes, lungs, livers, kidneys and the one thing we all live for...that testicle shattering shot. There are explosives laying around such as barrels, gas cans and vehicles, but getting those kills is almost impossible as they hardly ever get near them. Some enemies carry grenades and those can be used to remotely detonate and kill...the problem is that it only kills the person carrying it, no clue why.
All in all, I give the game a 4.5 as there are hardly any good sniping games. This game took a step back when it comes to long maps and elaborate ways to kill enemies, but rewarded us with more realistic shots and sweet x-ray cams. Hopefully they can merge both worlds as they sort of hint in the end of the game that there may be a cold war themed sniper elite game.
-there's only stealth Melee attacks, so you can't melee the enemy if he sees you or your in close combat.
-Close combat is horrible, if more than 2 enemies come near you, you die, due to lack of bullets and or bullets don't seem to do much damage to the enemy.
-once a enemy discover you, no matter where you hide they know your exact location. its impossible,