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Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice

By Grzegorz Misztal
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  • Publisher : Litres
  • Isbn : 5042743146
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  • Category : Computers
  • Reads : 320
  • File Pdf: hellblade.pdf

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Poradnik do gry Hellblade – Senua's Sacrifice zawiera komplet informacji niezbędnych do ukończenia gry. W poradniku znajdziesz rozdziały poświęcone podstawowym aspektom gry. Zapoznasz się ze sterowaniem, osiągnięciami do odblokowania i wymaganiami sprzętowymi dla wersji na PC. Duża część poradnika to rozbudowany i bogato ilustrowany opis przejścia. Zawiera porady związane z rozgrywką i walką. W poradniku znajdziesz dokładnie opisaną podróż głównej bohaterki, poznasz rozwiązanie wszystkich zagadek, zgłębisz tajniki walki i zapoznasz się z taktykami koniecznymi do pokonania bossów. Hellblade to trzecioosobowa gra akcji osadzona w fantastycznym świecie zainspirowanym mitologią celtycką. Za powstanie gry odpowiada brytyjskie studio Ninja Theory, znane z Enslaved, Heavenly Sword oraz DMC: Devil May Cry. Przenosimy się do mrocznego, mitycznego świata, znajdując szereg odniesień do popularnych historii, postaci oraz potworów zrodzonych w wyobraźni Celtów. Protagonistką gry jest wojowniczka imieniem Senua, która wyrusza w niebezpieczną wędrówkę do krainy umarłych. Jak nietrudno się domyślić, podczas wędrówki bohaterka stawi czoła zastępom groźnych przeciwników, a jej głównym orężem będzie miecz. Za pomocą combosów oraz rozmaitych zdolności specjalnych, Senua utoruje sobie drogę do celu swej podróży. Uwaga – W grze Hellblade – Senua's Sacrifice nie obowiązuje żaden oficjalny podział na etapy i poszczególne sceny nie mają też własnych nazw. Jeśli potrzebujesz pomocy w rozwiązaniu jakiejś konkretnej zagadki to odszukaj miejsce, w którym się znajdujesz, na spisie treści poradnika. W poradniku do gry Hellblade – Senua's Sacrifce znajdziesz: Szczegółowy i bogato ilustrowany opis przejścia gry; Rozwiązanie wszystkich zagadek; Opis walk z bossami w grze; Porady związane z rozgrywką i walką; Opis sterowania; Wymagania sprzętowe; Spis osiągnięć do odblokowania. Poradnik do gry Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice zawiera dokładny opis przejścia gry, porady dotyczące rozgrywki, rozwiązania wszystkich zagadek czy opis systemu walki. Z poradnik dowiesz się również jak pokonać wszystkich bossów. Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice – poradnik do gry zawiera poszukiwane przez graczy tematy i lokacje jak m.in. Wymagania sprzętowe (Aneks) Porady ogólne | Początek przygody | Opis przejścia (Aneks) Otwarcie pierwszych wrót | Legowisko Valravna | Opis przejścia (Aneks) Wtargnięcie do siedziby Fenrira | Kraina umarłych | Opis przejścia (Aneks) Iluzje Valravna i drugie wrota | Legowisko Valravna | Opis przejścia (Aneks) Ostatnie wrota i walka z Valravnem | Legowisko Valravna | Opis przejścia (Aneks) Walka z Fenrirem | Kraina umarłych | Opis przejścia (Aneks) Pierwszy fragment – Historia Baldura | Wykuwanie Gramra | Opis przejścia (Aneks) Trzecie wrota | Legowisko Valravna | Opis przejścia (Aneks) Przybycie na ląd | Początek przygody | Opis przejścia (Aneks)

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