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|Prazo||Valor Mensal (R$)||Total (R$)|
|10x sem juros||R$ 34,49||R$ 344,90|
|9x sem juros||R$ 38,34||R$ 344,90|
|8x sem juros||R$ 43,13||R$ 344,90|
|7x sem juros||R$ 49,28||R$ 344,90|
|6x sem juros||R$ 57,50||R$ 344,90|
|5x sem juros||R$ 68,98||R$ 344,90|
|4x sem juros||R$ 86,24||R$ 344,90|
|3x sem juros||R$ 114,98||R$ 344,90|
|2x sem juros||R$ 172,45||R$ 344,90|
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Detalhes do produto
- Idioma : Inglês
- Dimensões do produto : 12 x 17 x 2 cm; 45.36 g
- Número do modelo : 480769
- ASIN : B091GLH1XD
Ranking dos mais vendidos:
Nº 6,363 em Games e Consoles (Conheça o Top 100 na categoria Games e Consoles)
- Nº 323 em Jogos para Nintendo Switch
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Descrição do produto
Experimente a próxima geração todo-o-terreno! SnowRunner é você ao volante de veículos potentes para enfrentar ambientes abertos extremos com a simulação de terreno mais avançada de sempre. Conduza 40 veículos de marcas como Ford, Chevrolet e Freightliner e deixe sua marca num mundo aberto inexplorado. Enfrente lama, águas torrenciais, neve e lagos congelados para concluir missões e contratos perigosos. Expanda e personalize sua frota com inúmeras melhorias e acessórios, incluindo um escape snorkel para águas abundantes ou correntes para que os pneus não escorreguem na neve.
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Avaliado no México em 14 de agosto de 2021
Compared to Mudrunner, Snowrunner is an improvement in almost every way. The developers truly did an outstanding job on the game and the port.
Snowrunner is an open-world, sandbox, driving game, with real world physics. You perform missions and contracts in the worst driving conditions imaginable, plowing through mud, into deep water, up the side of mountains and, of course, through massive amounts of snow. One mistake and you can end up completely stuck in knee deep muck or flipped on your side. The game can be VERY frustrating early on but does got easier as you get better trucks and more upgrades. It also gets easier when you learn the paths to take and the ones to avoid. That doesn’t mean the game ever gets easy and there are sections where you can expect to creep along almost regardless of the truck you use. There is no best truck in the game because the truck that can get through a section easiest may be completely useless for the mission you are performing, so it helps to have a decent fleet of trucks to choose from.
Snowrunner is a port from the PC and the graphics are understandably downgraded. There is a lot of obvious pop up and fogging in the distance. However, when I grade the game against other Switch games I think it looks magnificent. I adore the rural landscape, particularly in Michigan. Russia and Michigan look like the aftermath of some natural disaster. Russia, in particular, looks like it’s had a serious flood and much of the water remains. You’re just slogging your way through deep mud, often at a snail’s pace, just praying your vehicle will keep moving. Each of the three regions has four subsections and these are pretty big areas. I’d estimate that it probably would take a good 10 to 15 minutes to drive from one corner of the map to another, and that’s if you’re moving at a good speed. I won’t deny that it could become a bit tedious when driving the same route sometimes dozens of times.
Games like Snowrunner can continually surprise the player, and such is the beauty of sandbox games featuring real world physics. I’ve seen videos of moments of insane physics but generally these are from modded trucks on the PC. I don’t think you can create modded vehicles on the Switch. The craziest thing I saw was a tanker trailer hovering about 15 feet in the air. Gameplaywise it didn’t matter because when I tried to attach it simply dropped to the ground. There are other problems that are far more serious. The game has serious problems with asset management, and I have had innumerable trucks entirely disappear from my inventory. Given that each truck represents a significant amount of money it can be a pretty devastating hit to your finances to have a truck vanish. I’ve also had tons of trucks magically clone themselves which has recouped some money and frequently one truck will disappear, replaced by a clone. These kinds of things always happen when I restart the game after shutting it down. I’ve also had countless trailers disappear and given that a trailer can be worth an upwards of 13k or more it’s a ton of money to lose. Poor asset management is EASILY my biggest issue with the game and literally caused me to consider quitting the game several times.
Snowrunner currently has a 75 Metacritic score on 8 professional reviews and a 6.3 User Score from 9 users. The XOne, PS4 and PC are all in the very low 80’s. Those scores are absurd. There is something seriously wrong with game reviews when a tedious, two-hour game like Going Home can get an 88 or a home brew like Undertale can get a 93 while a magnificent, technical achievement like Snowrunner basically gets a passing grade. I’m not a total completionism but I do like to get my monies worth and I managed to 100% all three regions. I didn’t do all the achievements but that’s more for people with OCD. There is more than enough content in the core game to justify the cost and if you love it you can get the DLC that runs about $25 per year. If there is another entry in the series, I wouldn’t even hesitate to get it. Well, maybe I’d let early players shake out the inevitable bugs.
*I got the Year one DLC and OH MY GOD is it hard. At this point I can have any truck I want fully upgraded and the DLC is STILL far more difficult than the core game. The volume of content rivals the core game and it appears that this is the way Saber Interactive is going to continue the series rather than release new games. I assume they will release a brand new game when new systems come out. Unfortunately, the asset management is at least as bad in the DLC and there is a new and terrible problem. Pop up was all over the place in the core game, but it was just an aesthetic problem. Here, it is a major gameplay issue. Elements not only pop up in the distance but also inches from your truck. Sometimes right under your truck. I’ve flipped my truck many times because I hit a rock that wasn’t there a split second ago which means I always have to be careful about my speed in certain areas. This is not good. Snowrunner is so close to magnificence but these bugs and graphical issues really hurt the experience. Let’s hope they can correct it eventually.