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Are you feeling adventurous, Hero? The world of Gloriana, with all its wonderful diversity, awaits you. In this pack of five classic Sierra adventure games you will create your character (a warrior, thief, or magic user) and set out on a grand journey for fortune and fame! You will solve quests and puzzles, fight monsters, and save innocents.

In the Quest for Glory pack, which contains all five parts of the classic action RPG games by Sierra, you create your own character, choose his class and abilities and then set out on your grand voyage. Quest for Glory games are universally acclaimed as one of the best adventure games ever developed. After completing a part, you can import your character into the next one, keeping your skills and some special rewards you've hoarded, like magic items.

The story is another of the Quest for Glory series' strong points. It's very solid and immersive, with a light-hearted and humorous narrative that will keep you glued to the screen throughout each of the five installments.

  • Includes both: VGA and original version of Quest for Glory 1.
  • Venture across five huge worlds, each based on a different culture and mythology, from Germanic fairy tales, through Arabian and Slavic folklore, right down to Greek mythology.
  • Three starting character classes to choose from (fighter, magic user, and thief). This decision not only modifies the gameplay but also the story, providing for excellent replayability.
  • You can transfer your character from one game to the next. The skills and wealth you worked for so hard are not lost!
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Activision Blizzard
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13+ Teen

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
  • Processor: 1.8 GHz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 7 Compatible 3D Card
  • DirectX: Version 7.0
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9 Compatible 3D Card
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
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Quest for Glory 1-5 reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Product received for free The first Game I was able to play on the PC back then. I recommend it to anyone interested in adventures with Lots of RPG Elements. It is Helpful throughout the Game to put yourself in the Role of Hero, which gives valuable Points even if you don't get a direct Hint in the Game about it. Not climbing so well? Practice, practice, practice. This can be monotonous, but is an important Point In the course of The Game. Even the Day and Night rhythm Is not to be underestimated. Potion in Battle? Misrepresentation, here only what counts in the fight is what you bring In the Power and Life Points. Tip for Newcomers: It is worth making Maps from open Terrain. This prevents, among other Things, thirst in the Desert. Quest for Glory has its very own Humour, which can be quickly understood even without an excellent Command of English. Ernst, then, takes neither the Game nor the nameless Main Character himself. From Part 3 and the VGA Version of Part 1, it switches to Point and Click. In Part 1 (Originally Heros Quest), it's more to the Detriment because many original Inputs makes commands virtually ridiculous to shrink together at a Click. I was gifted the complete Series after I had it on the Wish List for a long time and often raved about it.
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Microsoft from Russian
These are the original games that run from under the DOS-box. To play, you need knowledge of English. But it goes without saying, as the Sierrovskie games are not translatable-in them many characters speak verses or use puns in English, which in translation would lose their meaning and shine. Here is the whole series of five games, but play is only in the first and fourth part. Quest for Glory 1. It's a masterpiece. I've been through almost one breath in 11 hours. Quest for Glory 2. It's disappointing. The setting is taken very promising (the eastern world, inhabited by furry man-cats Kattami), but allowed a number of mistakes with the game-page-poor management, dull corridors-mazes that make us go through and so On. Hands are drawn to the Exit button. This is despite the fact that command line management in English does not bother me. Quest for Glory 3. It's a boner. Boring setting (Centaurs-Lions in ancient Egypt) and inappropriate innovations (for example, with a map), which in subsequent games reasonable refused. The Impression that you play in Space Quest, not Quest for Glory. Verbose dialogues. Humor's gone missing. Quest for Glory 4. It's hit the bull's eye. Sierra came to her senses and returned to the Quest for Glory 1 style. In Addition, this part of the game takes place in Russia. Characters carry names such as Peter, Nicholas, Igor, Olga, etc. Humor beats in the very apple. Voice voiceover. All the characters speak with their voices and with a Russian accent (as the Americans understand). The Hero will meet with the left, Mermaid, Domovym and other Slavic wickedness. Quest for Glory 5. It's a failure. Three-dimensionality? Ancient Rome? All the characters from past games in the pile? Are you serious?! Don't Even run that miserable part.
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