A Game List for Sci-Fi-Lovers3votes I like it
BigMag38 says: A wonderful game if you're looking for that "me and my space ship"-feeling. You're given a space ship and a universe to trade, bounty hunt, smuggle or do what ever you want to do. Hint: This game has a story line, but you have to find it first.
BigMag38 says: A new interpretation of Privateer. Released much later it sports better graphics, a more dynamic story and universe.
BigMag38 says: The great Chris Roberts game! (until Star Citizen is released) Great actors, interesting story and fun gameplay.
BigMag38 says: This game is hard ... in a very good way. Imagine Wing Commander but with Newtonian physics and missions that can not be completed no matter how skilled you are if you don't outsmart your opponent. It's so gratifying when you defeat the enemy!
BigMag38 says: If you like sci-fi this series has you covered with humor and a lot of goofs that are pulled from famous sci-fi movies and shows.
BigMag38 says: Hands down the best 4X games in a sci-fi setting of their respective time. And Master of Orion 2 still stands the test of time. Never ever buy Master of Orion 3 though. It's a disgrace to the franchise.
BigMag38 says: A wonderful example of how to pull the player in a believable sci-fi world. You have talks with you wingmen back at the carrier, you have debriefing talks with your commanding officer and they even went as far as to make a cinematic for your death.
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