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Submitted by Parable 648d ago | review

Parable: Endless Space Review

Indie games tend to have fairly low production costs and are usually kept extremely simple as a result of this. Amplitude’s ‘Endless Space’ proudly breaks this mould, offering a complex and in-depth experience that wont leave players feeling short changed. It’s clear to see that Endless Space aims to match up against the titans of its genre, and we’re here to see if the game manages to achieve its goals. (Endless Space, PC) 8.4/10

Xof  +   648d ago
I think, maybe, Endless Space isn't a very good game.

It just has a really, really, really, REALLY good, well-designed UI.

And since most strategy games, particularly those Paradox titles that have been so popular lately, tend to have really, really, really, REALLY bad UIs, it ends up seeming a lot better than it really is.

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