Wednesday, 11 January 2012


Developer-Hothead Games
Publisher-Electronic Arts
Designer-Ron Gilbert
Platform-Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Release date-PlayStation Network
July 13, 2010
Xbox Live Arcade
July 14, 2010
Microsoft Windows
October 26, 2010
Mac OS X
December 14, 2010
Genre-Action role-playing game
Mode-Single-player, cooperative

    * ESRB: T
    * PEGI: 12+


DeathSpank, (also known as DeathSpank: Orphans of Justice), is a comedy action role-playing game by game designer Ron Gilbert. It was developed by Hothead Games and published by Electronic Arts. The game was released on July 13, 2010 on the PlayStation 3 via the PlayStation Network and on July 14, 2010 on the Xbox 360 via Xbox Live Arcade. The Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X  versions were released October 26, 2010 and December 14, 2010, respectively via Steam.

DeathSpank follows the titular character DeathSpank in his quest to find an item known as The Artifact. The game was originally supposed to be the first of a two part series. The second half of the series, entitled DeathSpank: Thongs of Virtue was first released on September 20, 2010. Gilbert described DeathSpank as being "Act I" in the story, and Thongs of Virtue as being "Acts II and III". However, it was later announced that Deathspank was returning for a third game entitled, The Baconing, abandoning the titular character's name in its title. The third game was released on August 30, 2011.

DeathSpank has received generally positive reviews from critics, who cited influences from both the Monkey Island and Diablo games. At aggregate website GameRankings it holds scores of 78.88%, 79.50%, and 79.60% for the PlayStation 3, Microsoft Windows, and the Xbox 360, respectively. The Xbox 360 version has sold over 91,000 units as of October 2010, with 2010 totals exceeding 97,000 units. The PlayStation 3 version has similar numbers, with year-end 2010 totals of nearly 107,000 units.

DeathSpank is an action role-playing game which also features elements from graphic adventure games. Combat gameplay is similar to Diablo.Players can acquire several pieces of armor and weaponry, each with different abilities and attributes. During combat players can chain attacks in combos, which in turn deal more damage with each hit. As more hits are gained on enemies, DeathSpank's Justice Meter will fill. Once full, the player can unleash more powerful attacks for a limited time.

In-game conversations with non-player characters are also a large part of the game. DeathSpank features advanced dialog options, similar to LucasArts' Monkey Island series which play a large part in unfolding the game's story. These conversations may lead to quests for DeathSpank. In all, the game features 79 side quests in addition to the 33 quests required to advance the main plot. Once the game is completed the player can return and complete any unfinished side quests.

DeathSpank is designed to be playable in short segments, and has three difficulty levels. It contains about 8 to 12 hours of gameplay depending on choices made by the player during the game. The world of DeathSpank is presented as a miniature planetoid, with the display having a rounded element, similar to Super Mario Galaxy.The world is a mixture of 2D and 3D props on 3D terrain, and is rendered without load screens as the player moves between areas. The game also features a local cooperative mode, in which the second player takes the role of Sparkles the Wizard. Sparkles is equipped with multiple spells which provide support to DeathSpank, including a healing spell.

DeathSpank is set in a fantasy medieval world. It revolves around a character named DeathSpank, who has searched his entire life for an item known as The Artifact, a mysterious object whose purpose is equally mysterious.He travels with a wizard known as Sparkles, and the duo seek to claim The Artifact and rid the land of evil. The story begins with The Artifact just out of DeathSpank's reach. Unable to claim it, he meets with a local witch, who promises to help him in exchange for his services.He provides her with her requested items, and eventually obtains The Artifact.

The victory is short lived, however, as a group of henchmen who serve the evil Lord Von Prong steal The Artifact and all of DeathSpank's equipment.Traveling to a nearby town, he earns new weaponry from the townsfolk in exchange for doing good deeds. Re-equipped, he sets his sights back on The Artifact and Lord Von Prong. After a lengthy journey with several side quests throughout various locations, DeathSpank faces off against Lord Von Prong. He defeats Von Prong, and DeathSpank ends with a prelude to the game's sequel.

OS: Windows XP/Vista/Windows 7
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 (with SSE2) 1.7 GHz or greater
Memory: 1 GB of ram, 1.5 GB (Vista and Windows 7)
Hard Disk Space: at least 2 GB of free HD space
Video Card: ATI X1900 GeForce 6800 Ultra 256MB Shader 2.0
DirectX®: DirectX9 Jun 2010
Local co-op requirements: A controller is required for the second player

Repacked by: -Ultra-
Type: Lossless
Languages: Voice: English Text: Russian, English
Content: DeathSpank v1.0u1, Thongs of Virtue inc. DLC pack 1&2, The Baconing
Size: 2.62 GB

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