because of the amazing amount of code used to generate your games with. It is considered a 4x masterpiece with a choice and availability not often seen in the scene
you can play the game offline and be amazed with all of its automation features. if you consider yourself a 4x sf gamer you should have at least tried this game once.
even now it is fairly unique in what the game offers
Thanks for your reply.
I should really just load it up and give it a good go. I'm running out of storage
* on this rig of mine but being that it's only 1gig in size it should be ok.
I realy love, and am searching for, a good complex sci-fi strategy. I may be misunderstanding the code/RAM dynamics, hence my thinking(wrongly?) of small RAM requirement = less complexity in strategy dynamics.
In my review/forum research, the game gets good (trustworthy) marks from the community. Yours included. Thanks.
* running out of storage
: a poor exuse for just being plain ol' bunrt out on playing too much vidy game...
p.s. I was just thinking, how did this game get into my library in the first place? I believe it was free as part of a promotional campaign probably because of my purchases the other sci-fi space strategy games that I've bought. Neet! I got a $60 game in my library for free.
no you are not wrong with your line of thinking.
this particular developer is a full blown lauded and recognized wargame developer whoms productions even made it into the training regime's of different armies over the world
One would almost say that the best strategic a.i. can be found in their , Matrix, games
Another wicked production under their flag is Gary Grigsby's war in the east for example, following the german invasion of russia during the 2d world war.
I'm currently enjoying Polaris Sector which is mindboggling in its own way. This all being single player productions you can be certain that the developer in question, though with a bit of specific mindset always had 1 player fun for eyes