Game Vortex writes: "As the weirdness that is the universe would have it, there have been three additions to the space themed strategy world. There are plenty of differences to be sure. We are not talking "Apples to Oranges," but more like "Red Delicious to Granny Smith." Lost Empire: Immortals is a turn-based 4X strategy game in its most pure form. When I think of every single characteristic that defines this genre, I find it here. Despite the current date and some on par graphics, there is a very old school feeling to the game. This is not a bad thing, it just has that feeling that I couldn't shake.
The graphics look good, but every graphic strikes this perfect Zen balance of just enough. The look of the game is decidedly retro, yet there are plenty of new looking elements that show off the game very nicely. In the old days, this retro look was referred to as programmer art, based on the fact the games were worked on by more programmers than artists. That is obviously not true in this case, but I would say it looks like the best programmer art that was ever done."