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About This Game

Precursors, predecessors, the legend of galaxy… Who are carrying the forebear’s genes among existing races, we can suppose only…
Worlds of galaxy are everlasting, beautiful, unique and dangerous. Some of them are inhabited, some ruined and deserted, other - just a smugglers trans-shipment stations.

Some worlds are only at the beginning of evolution, other are falling into decay. Only when you’ll pass through all these worlds, sense a heat of blazing lava-seas and chilling cold of abysses, see the stark heavens, you will realize the real power of nature. Only when you’ll meet corrupt judges, mendacious politicians, unselfish protectors and cruel tyrants you’ll understand passions of society. When you’ll reach an unexplored sectors of galaxy and come across a mysterious natural phenomenon, fly through the tail of the comet or dive into the casual portal, only then you’ll perceive the infinite depth and diversity of the universe.

But this is just a prospection and nobody knows what exactly this journey will be, we can only assure you that it will be unforgettable…

Game Features
Unique gameplay: mix of RPG/FPS/Space simulator.
Very different planets to walk around absolutely free.
More than 250 diversified quests.
Partly organic weapons with ammunition that must be bred.
Controllable spaceships, robots and other vehicles.
Stunning space battles with boarding included.
Big number of unusual enemies (Plants, Insects, Birdmen, etc).
Trading possibilities with complex circulation of goods.
Interaction with hundreds of NPC of different Alien races.
Real-time weather effects, day/night and atmosphere changes b4d347fde0



Title: Precursors
Genre: Action, RPG
Developer:
Deep Shadows
Publisher:
GFI
Release Date: 3 Feb, 2017


Minimum:

  • OS: Windows 2000 SP4, Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
  • Processor: Pentium 4/Athlon XP 3 ГГц
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce 6600 GS/Radeon 9600
  • Storage: 8 GB available space

English,Russian



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Sad. Was really looking forward to playing this based on the tons of great reviews. Unfortunately it's unplayable. I spent a good half hour just trying to get it to launch. Finally launched, then after adjusting nearly every setting, I was ready to play. Intro cinematic was pretty cool, we're on an alien planet! Then the "soldiers" (?) start talking, and apparently they're speaking whatever this alien language is. Turns out that's all anyone talks, is this weird, made up alien language, but all the text is in normal human language, weird. Either way, immediately got a headache. The headbobbing (which you can't disable) is vomit inducing. The mouse acceleration (which you can't disable) makes it so you can't aim at ANYTHING - move the mouse 1 inch and cursor moves 1mm on screen - move mouse greater than 1 inch and you've done a 780 degree turn - WTF?!

If you're looking for a truly vomit-inducing experience, look no further!

If you just want to cure some boredom and have fun, go somewhere else.

Serves me right for buying 10 games for a dollar!
. So, for the first time ever, I'm having to seriously rewrite a review. What I wrote previously was based on fond memories of spending 20-30 hours screwing around within the game, running side missions, exploring, and generally ignoring the main plot. (Especially since back then, there was no English translation for the major plot cutscenes.)

I've just gotten done replaying it with a focus on the plot this time, and come to a horrible realization: The Precursors is totally unfinished. I don't mean janky\buggy. I mean it just *stops* midway through the story with nothing resolved. And it does get buggier as it goes on. The devs who made this most have run out of money midway through, or something along those lines, and simply shipped what they had. What seems like it should be a sprawling adventure ends up being much smaller than you'd expect.

And that tips this over the line from being something I can recommend to something I can't. It's a shame because the first half of the game - the part I played years ago - really is fun once you get past the quirks. But it starts going downhill around the time you reach the second major planet/hub, and only gets more annoying as it goes on until it reaches that utterly unsatisfactory conclusion.

It shows up in some bundles, so if you can grab it for a buck or two, you can still get in a good 20ish hours of enjoyable sandboxing, and that's not bad. But I now see it's sadly just too broken to recommend it as a game to buy on its own merits.

***********ORIGINAL REVIEW************

Nevermind the low hours on record. Like others here, I played this years ago (back when the only way to play in English was with an unofficial fan patch) and am thrilled to be able to own a copy again after it vanished from storefronts for awhile.

Simply put, this is one of the most insanely over-ambitious games ever made. The feature list isn't lying. From ground-level first-person RPGing something like Far Cry 2, to running cargo back and forth between planets while fending off pirates, there are few -if any- scifi games with so much to do and so much scope. If you can get into it, expect to lose yourself for dozens of hours. It's probably the closest we have to a space-based Skyrim-ish game.

Yes, it's a diamond in the rough. It's not terribly well-balanced, it's flaky, the controls are so-so at best, and the mediocre English translation doesn't help. However, there is truly nothing else like it out there and if you can look past the flaws, it's a pretty fun experience.. There is alot of good game to be had here if you can get past the Russian audio.

The unoffical patch is a must have though.. Played with the unofficial patch. The starting planet looks very alien, but after that it's just a generic desert spaceport with corrupt officials, a tropical planet with wolves etc. The writing is attrocious and the voice acting is Russian only (except for cutscenes with the unofficial patch).. Fun but short.

I may have missed some content spread across the various star systems. But the main story is certainly short. And once you complete the main story the game goes immediately to the credits screen. :(

That said, the game is very fun. I recommend it.. Very bad, i feel like i wasted 1$ for this game. Brachny krakut yazik kal yarblick. There is alot of good game to be had here if you can get past the Russian audio.

The unoffical patch is a must have though.. So, for the first time ever, I'm having to seriously rewrite a review. What I wrote previously was based on fond memories of spending 20-30 hours screwing around within the game, running side missions, exploring, and generally ignoring the main plot. (Especially since back then, there was no English translation for the major plot cutscenes.)

I've just gotten done replaying it with a focus on the plot this time, and come to a horrible realization: The Precursors is totally unfinished. I don't mean janky\buggy. I mean it just *stops* midway through the story with nothing resolved. And it does get buggier as it goes on. The devs who made this most have run out of money midway through, or something along those lines, and simply shipped what they had. What seems like it should be a sprawling adventure ends up being much smaller than you'd expect.

And that tips this over the line from being something I can recommend to something I can't. It's a shame because the first half of the game - the part I played years ago - really is fun once you get past the quirks. But it starts going downhill around the time you reach the second major planet/hub, and only gets more annoying as it goes on until it reaches that utterly unsatisfactory conclusion.

It shows up in some bundles, so if you can grab it for a buck or two, you can still get in a good 20ish hours of enjoyable sandboxing, and that's not bad. But I now see it's sadly just too broken to recommend it as a game to buy on its own merits.

***********ORIGINAL REVIEW************

Nevermind the low hours on record. Like others here, I played this years ago (back when the only way to play in English was with an unofficial fan patch) and am thrilled to be able to own a copy again after it vanished from storefronts for awhile.

Simply put, this is one of the most insanely over-ambitious games ever made. The feature list isn't lying. From ground-level first-person RPGing something like Far Cry 2, to running cargo back and forth between planets while fending off pirates, there are few -if any- scifi games with so much to do and so much scope. If you can get into it, expect to lose yourself for dozens of hours. It's probably the closest we have to a space-based Skyrim-ish game.

Yes, it's a diamond in the rough. It's not terribly well-balanced, it's flaky, the controls are so-so at best, and the mediocre English translation doesn't help. However, there is truly nothing else like it out there and if you can look past the flaws, it's a pretty fun experience.



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