The world is at an end, and you have 30 seconds to save it!
(30… 29… 28…) Start your quest, meet people that need help, fight through dark dungeons, earn money , upgrade your gear and level up, level up, level up until YOU> EVIL, then take down the final boss! <TIME UP!>
(30… 29… 28…) The critically acclaimed Hypersonic RPG action game makes its debut on PC, leveled-up and enhanced to be the ultimate version.
The most complete Half Minute Hero yet, it contains all the content and the features
(21… 20… 19…) from the previous versions on handheld and console platforms, such as “Hero 300” - the challenging 300 second final chapter from the Xbox,
(11… 10… 9…) as well as the exciting Knight 30, Hero 30, and Evil Lord 30 bonus game modes,restored to their full glory... <TIME Up!>
(30… 29… 28…) Let’s try that again –Over 60 RPGs in one game, each with its own leaderboard for you to compete with your friends and full Steamworks integration. 8-bit retro graphics available for when you are feeling nostalgic.
(19… 18… 17…) With only 30 seconds to complete each mission
(9… 8… 7…) it has proven to be incredibly addictive and earned a Metacritic rating of 84%… <TIME UP!>
All the features. All the game modes. Let the 30 second games begin…
Original Sound Track
- Spell Of Destruction
- Scatter The Enemy!
- Meeting At The Street Corner
- Desperate Strike
- Justice Is Victorious!
- The End Of The Agony
The OST is via DRM-free download, which will be available in your Game Library.
A couple of hilarious games combined into one.I would never suspect Japanese can laugh so hard at their RPG standards.
Half Minute Hero is a great autoironic RPG with a simple but so functional gameplay structure.
Regardless of whatever technical and aesthetic issues there may be, Half-Minute Hero is still a fantastic and unique game worth experiencing if you haven't had the chance already.
Half-Minute Hero immediately intriqued me when I saw the original version announced, long before I joined Marvelous.
Here was a game that took the tropes of the JRPG - a genre that has grown stale in many gamers' minds - and turned them around, cramming full adventures worth of stories we've all played into 30 seconds.
The fact that most RPGs are 40-hour-plus grind fests and sometimes accomplish less in terms of character development, humor, and enjoyment just adds to the irony.
However, there's nothing mocking about Half-Minute Hero.
The game is simultaneously parody and homage, with an adorable art style that reminds you of the years you spent playing the games from which it draws its lineage and feeling attached to characters made up of only a handful of pixels.
Now, with Half-Minute Hero: Super Mega Neo Climax Ultimate Boy, we bring the best version of the game ever made to the greatest gaming device on the planet: the PC.
A whole new audience can enjoy the witty banter and fresh game play of the game, and do it for less cost and hassle than if it were released on another platform.
I'm proud to be a small part of bringing this game to the PC and making it the best version we could, for fans both old and new.
- Operating SystemWindows XP Service Pack 3.
- ProcessorPentium 4 3.2 Ghz or equivalent
- GraphicsGeForce FX 5700 or equivalent card with 256MB VRAM
- AudioDirectX 9 compliant audio card
- Storage2 GB (includes Direct X files)
- Additional NotesGamepad or controller recommended.