Gabby2 says: Moo 2, maybe the best "space-civ". You developp your colonies, decide the direction of research, build your own Big Ships, and fight your alien neighbour with laser 'zap !'. Some strategy and diplomacy, too.
Gabby2 says: The Big Ships are not in space, but in deep see. The game is mission oriented - not as much freedom as DarkStar eg - but the set up is great, the story drives you well into the game universe. A lot of underwater laser fights 'zapbloup !'.
Gabby2 says: That game won't be as eye candy as Darkstar, and much more combat oriented. But the control on your Big Ship is great, you feel like being somewhere in the middle of a huge battle, trying to complete your objective 'zap !' something. And survive.
Gabby2 says: A Freelancer-like with a BIG world, pretty much a huge sandbox (not much leading story). Use your big ship to trade, fight other big ships with lasers 'zap !', upgrade to a bigger ship.
Gabby2 says: The idea stays the same for the 3 : Aliens are comming in their big ships. You can repell them with your skilled team of fighter : smooth tactial fights with lasers 'zap !' are cool.
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