On his epic journey through 1870s USA and Mexico, John Cooper will have to take responsibility for mistakes that have been made in the past. On his quest for redemption, Cooper joins forces with the runaway bride Kate O'Hara, shady Arthur "Doc" McCoy, the giant trapper Hector and aOn his epic journey through 1870s USA and Mexico, John Cooper will have to take responsibility for mistakes that have been made in the past. On his quest for redemption, Cooper joins forces with the runaway bride Kate O'Hara, shady Arthur "Doc" McCoy, the giant trapper Hector and a mysterious lady from New Orleans. They make their way from the mountains of Colorado to the heart of Louisiana, then finally to New Mexico, right back into Cooper's past.
You take control of this ragtag band becoming a highly functional group of unlikely heroes and heroines. The leader of his team is Cooper, drifter and gunslinger, who can kill quietly with a knife or take out multiple foes with his revolvers. Strongman Hector carries a giant beartrap and can slay the toughest opponents with his trusty axe. Cold-blooded bounty hunter McCoy likes to be methodical, using lures, knockout gas, poison syringes and a custom long-range pistol. Kate can fool almost any man with the right outfit and kill discretely with her hidden gun.
Combine your specialists to overcome tough challenges in many different ways. Plan your moves wisely and execute them perfectly in real-time to sneak past your enemies while remaining undetected.… Expand
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Desperados III - Official Announcement Trailer
Jun 17, 2020Overall, I’m really, really impressed by Desperados III. It went from being a game that wasn’t really on my radar, to definitely being one of the best games I’ve played all year. If you’re like me and haven’t played a single game in the series so far, this seems like an excellent place to start. I highly recommend checking it out, you won’t be disappointed.
Jun 12, 2020Desperados III is the game I never knew I needed. A perfect blend of satisfying Wild West tropes, a surprisingly compelling story, and an endlessly-gratifying tactical layer that will make you feel like the architect of a bandit-murdering Rube Goldberg machine. With guns.
Jun 15, 2020Coming from Mimimi Games, the developer of Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun, Desperados III is an accomplished real-time tactical stealth game that is practically flawless outside of some minor technical issues. Those seeking a title that they can really sink their teeth into, learning the ins and outs of its world so that they can master it will find a hell of a lot to enjoy here, especially if they resonate with the Wild West theme. Players will need to accept that failure is a part of the process, however, as is dealing with occasionally fiddly controls.
Jun 18, 2020If you're looking for a highly enjoyable experience that's undoubtedly something different, Desperados III will provide hours of gunslinging good times. Plus, those who enjoy perfecting their strategies as they take a trial and error approach will absolutely love it.
Aug 6, 2020There is a lot to love about Desperados III, but it is worth noting that the game is not forgiving. It will take time and patience to push through its massive campaign. The game definitely encourages experimentation on several levels and those easily frustrated by repeating parts of games will find the difficulty overbearing at times. As someone who has issues with games like that though, I found myself drawn to this one more so than others. The quicksave led me to take more chances and the variety of characters and abilities kept it interesting.
Jun 15, 2020Desperados III is a great prequel to the Desperado series. With great visuals, gameplay and a challenging story line you can be sure you will have a blast with this title. Gameplay is solid, and with memorable characters you can place your cards and know you have a winner.
Jun 21, 2020Desperados III is a heavy story-driven, tactical stealth game, set in the Wild West . It doesn't take long to realize you are in for a veryDesperados III is a heavy story-driven, tactical stealth game, set in the Wild West . It doesn't take long to realize you are in for a very special unforgettable adventure. It's a prequel to the classic Desperados: Wanted Dead or Alive from 2001. As good as the original is this one is leaps and bounds better than the 2001 real time tactics title. You play as John Cooper and join forces with an amazing cast of characters. Runaway bride Kate, the shady hitman Doc McCoy, the giant trapper Hector, and Isabelle, a mysterious lady from New Orleans. You and each of the characters have a certain set of skills to aid in your missions. John has a Knife he can throw to silently take out enemies. You have to go and retrieve it to use it again. You also have a couple 6 shooters that can shoot up to two enemies at once. You have 8 shots to use on each mission unless you find ammo hidden through out the levels. Shots will give away your location so proceed with caution. He also has coins he can use to distract enemies. Hector carries a big bear trap. He can lure enemies over to it by whistling. He also carries a big Axe to take out larger enemies. Bounty hunter McCoy uses lures, gas, poison syringes and a long-range pistol. Kate fools men with outfits to blend in, and uses her hidden gun. And then there is this mysterious woman from New Orleans, Isabelle. Each mission has tons of different ways to complete.Stealth is always the best way , but if you choose to you can gun it out, or even you environmental traps through out the level like oil, church bells, and much much more. Every level is unique, and really well designed to be able to approach in many different ways. Each one you use different set of characters, and their skills as well. It never feels repetitive from start to finish, because you can approach it differently each and every time you play it.
The story in Desperados 3 is just pure excellence. It pulls you in, and keeps you interested from start to finish. Each character's story is interesting and adds up to a truly epic journey. I put in about 20 hours, and loved every second of it. I couldn't wait to see how every character's story played out,and was beyond satisfied when I reached the stories end. I can say with ease the best real time tactics story I've experienced. I usually don't get into this genre, but I was hooked on this one. Not only was the story amazing, but so was the voice acting. I was really caught of guard by the quality of voice talent in this one. Every single character's dialogue was just spot on and so well written. If you love Western movies or games this one will really satisfy your appeal for the genre. Some people are going to think I'm crazy with this one, but I actually enjoyed this more than I did the Red Dead Redemption sequel. I hope that really shows how special I think Desperados 3. It just came out of no where to be considered as a legit Game of the Year candidate. It's certainly to be the best RTS this year. This is really a can't miss title for fans of the genre, but i think people like myself that aren't into RTS are going to love this one as well. It almost feels like you're playing a really high quality movie.
It isn't just story though the game play is special as well. So much action, and so many ways to carry out your objectives. The levels are just loaded with a variety of different enemies and bosses. The levels have tons of different approach points as well to make it feel different every time you play it. Take out every one guns blazing , or take a non lethal approach by knocking them out or just sneaking right past them. My approach was usually to take them out and chunk them off the side of a mountain or hide them in a bush. Any way you approach it is satisfying , and just a ton of fun. Each character's abilities are a blast to use as well. Catching some one in a trap feels just as good as silently dropping them with a knife. It's just as entertaining to blow out a lantern , and just sneak by going completely undetected. How ever you decide to play the level out you are going to have a blast doing it. You can save your game at any moment, so if you mess up it's an easy fix. You can also use this feature to try different approaches as well.… Expand
Jul 23, 2020Идеально! Картинка на Xbox One X красивейшая, а в самой игре отымели меня по полной. Достаточно сложная игра, одна при активном использованииИдеально! Картинка на Xbox One X красивейшая, а в самой игре отымели меня по полной. Достаточно сложная игра, одна при активном использовании и детальнейшем изучении персонажей, а также локаций - все становится до неприличия просто. Несмотря на том, что игра исключительно шаблонная по мнению журналистов, ничего подобного - я мог закрыть одну миссию целиком и полностью одним персонажем! Вообщем, замечательная вещь, рекомендую всем… Expand
Feb 11, 2021Fantastic game. This is a real time top down stealth strategy game, incredibly similar to shadow tactics: blades of the shogun but set in theFantastic game. This is a real time top down stealth strategy game, incredibly similar to shadow tactics: blades of the shogun but set in the wild west rather than feudal japan. Many of the same features are in Desperados III but there are some welcome additions and quality of life improvements. The game is very well polished, I experienced very little in the way of bugs. The story is pretty darn good (especially the ending) and the characters are all very well crafted and likeable. I love the formula of each character having their own little niche and thus being a key part of most of the levels, although you’ll quickly find that one or two of the characters are much easier to use and capable of handling just about any situation if you really need them to.
The game can be pretty difficult even on the easiest difficulty and is largely meant to be a very “trial and error” based experience. You will die and you will fail. A lot. It’s supposed to be that way. But it is extremely rewarding when a plan comes together and you take out a bunch of enemies with all of the characters completely undetected. This can turn some people away from the game for obvious reasons – it can get frustrating and a bit repetitive – but I found that I just loved the gameplay loop so much it never really irritated me and I really enjoyed trying to solve each of the puzzles of enemy patrols and lookouts you come up against. I also love the fact that you can solve every problem a hundred different ways.
The game isn’t too long in terms of levels but I found that each level took about 1-2 hours to beat so overall it should take you about 20-30 hours, more if you want to complete some or all of the extra challenges and whatnot.
Overall, I loved this game. It’s unique, well done, challenging, and just a really cool story with characters that I came to love. If you like stealth games and puzzles and aren’t one to shy away from a challenge, pick this one up.… Expand
Aug 21, 2020Juego de estrategia en tiempo real, con munición escasa, la historia es muy interesante y sus personajes también, con una duración de unas 20Juego de estrategia en tiempo real, con munición escasa, la historia es muy interesante y sus personajes también, con una duración de unas 20 horas, muy recomendable para los que les guste este genero.… Expand
Jun 25, 2020Desperados III
Desperados 3 is a story driven real time tactical stealth game set in the wild west where you play as a varietyDesperados III
Desperados 3 is a story driven real time tactical stealth game set in the wild west where you play as a variety of characters all with their own unique abilities to help you obtain a goal whether that’s gaining dynamite or killing targets…
Desperados III in a way is a top down assassins creed meets hitman, youre set in one large open map per level, each map taking anywhere from 45 minutes to two hours to complete depending on your trial and error… so there is potential for easily 20 hours of gameplay here, especially if you set out to complete each mission challenges.
At the beginning of each level youre given the goal and then the game lets you lose, figure it out… you have your characters, you have their abilities, use their abilities to accomplish the goal…
At first desperados 3 feels overwhelming, constant tutorials, new mechanics to learn, but once I got the hang of it, I really started to enjoy this game.. im a huge fan of assassins creed so I love to dabble in stealth games from time to time.. distracting guards and setting up kills, hiding in bushes and executing ambushes.. quicksaving anytimei felt I made hefty progress or just incase I mess up a set up… and theres a new mechanic called showdown where you can pause the game and indivually input camands to your characters and with the press of a button execute the plan..
Desperados 3 has everything going for it to be one of the best and most fun stealth games ever.. the variety of characters, all having great personalities, great level design and world building.. interactive items in the world like hitman that you wait for just the right moment to pull off… BUT
Desperados 3 desperately tries to challenge you in an annoying way rather than an enjoyable way.. this is another instance of hard for the sake of being.. this is annoying hard not challenging hard
My biggest gripe with desperados 3 is that it gives you so much to have fun with but it doesn’t want you having fun at all… it advertises itself as go in quiet or loud, good luck… the moment youre spotted youre swarmed like a piece of cake on an ant hill, being spotted is a sure death sentence on any difficulty…
which is fine I respect force stealth.. if its fair.. the stealth in desperados 3 however is not fair.. its unrealistic and annoying.. every guard has 2 eyes on them and those 2 eyes have another 4 eyes on them and those 4 eyes have 6 eyes on them, its constant cones on all directions, making a game about picking bodies off one by one - about getting lucky, getting in a ranged kill and running and hiding until the heat is off.. its ridiculously unfair how many enemies are thrown at you on these maps, and to make it worse when guards are alarmed it isn’t enough for enemies from the map to come check things out, the game spawn even more onto the map for that area, I didn’t feel as though I was completing levels with skill, I felt I was getting through with luck… how is there a sniper watching a sniper… this is there simply because the player sees an opportunity to sneak to a sniper and use an environmental kill.. but you have a sniper watching the sniper just incase that sniper gets taken out? Hes just there to be annoying, no reason other than that.. and this is how the game feels from start to finish.. sneaking up behind someone to take them out, only for someone at a different angle to be warking towards you while the other 2 characters guarding that angle is leaving… again urning this into a game of luck rather than a bunch of dumb stealth fun…
Desperados 3 has potential… it has so much good going for it.. but the insistence on challenging the player rather than creating an enjoyable puzzle to solve squanders that potential.
I give Desperados 3
a 7/10… Expand