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Title: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Ankle on August 10, 2006, 11:16:44 am
I'm watching Babylon 5 right now and I have this incredable urge for moar space/scifi games for PC. I can't remember anything noteworthy that I missed, but I'm sure there has to be something.

Fire away with recommendations please.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Goshawk on August 10, 2006, 02:30:03 pm
Eve Online
FreeSpace 2

The problem is, there aren't really any out currently, the genre is pretty dead.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Lexx on August 10, 2006, 02:38:12 pm
Ditto on Freespace 2. Fucking awesome game.

It's (was) on Underdogs, but try to get the full version if you can find it.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Layson Juravis on August 10, 2006, 04:50:57 pm
Take a trip back to 1992 and play some Star Control II (aka The Ur-quan masters). Now free, open source and on every OS, yet still the best game ever made.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: L'homme magique on August 10, 2006, 06:04:27 pm
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It's (was) on Underdogs, but try to get the full version if you can find it.
I believe Underdogs had a link to some impossible-to-get-into ftp where you could get the voice files and such.

There's always Descent, which is good although I think Freespace owns it in every way.

Homeworld 2?

If you're into turn-based strategy, Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri is my favorite.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Drakonis on August 10, 2006, 06:16:05 pm
You could always play Anarchy Online ;)
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: L'homme magique on August 10, 2006, 06:39:36 pm
AO is shit.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: PrescriptiveBarony on August 10, 2006, 07:33:51 pm
Take a trip back to 1992 and play some Star Control II (aka The Ur-quan masters). Now free, open source and on every OS, yet still the best game ever made.

secondz0rd. it may be from 92 but it's pretty sexy. there's full voice acting, some of which is loud and obnoxious, but much of which is highly memorable, as it comes from very original and interesting aliens.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Ankle on August 10, 2006, 11:19:22 pm
Eve Online
FreeSpace 2

The problem is, there aren't really any out currently, the genre is pretty dead.

I played that during the beta, 7 or so total months after launch and a few months here and there over the years after. Incredably boring in my opinion. I want something immersive where I am actually on the bridge, get off and walk around stations and have combat that isn't point and click. I'm also a whore for story, which aside from backstory, EVE has more or less none other than the odd event here and there that lags like hell and ends up getting yourself ganked.  :-(


Happy news is a new space sim is out in two days: Darkstar One.

Only thing I can really think of that I missed has been Starlancer, was that as dull as Freelancer?
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: chompy on August 11, 2006, 01:08:12 am
System Shock 2 it up! all the say, deus ex goodness with the horror ness that they seemed to missplace in doom fucking tree more like doom -3.

For RTS type game try Master(s?) of Orrion 2 , that will keep you busy until you get bored. Please dont get MoO3 it is crappy.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Lexx on August 11, 2006, 01:40:55 am
I believe Underdogs had a link to some impossible-to-get-into ftp where you could get the voice files and such.

Ahh yes. I remember spending hours camping there just to get those files. It was worth it.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Ankle on August 11, 2006, 04:32:20 am
System Shock 2 it up! all the say, deus ex goodness with the horror ness that they seemed to missplace in doom fucking tree more like doom -3.

For RTS type game try Master(s?) of Orrion 2 , that will keep you busy until you get bored. Please dont get MoO3 it is crappy.

Galactic Civ 2 > MoOs. I think it goes without saying that every gamer with taste owns SS2/DX. :P

I see amazon has Freespace for $3, I guess I'll have to find Freespace 2 on ebay.

I'd have Homeworld 2 but it is never in stock anywhere since release and $100 on ebay. Fuck that, same goes for Star Trek Elite Force 2.  :'(
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: chompy on August 11, 2006, 07:35:56 am
 :o :o Ill be sure to keep an eye out for Galactic Civ 2 , if you say that its better then MoO2 they holy dooly... that would keep me busy for the next year!
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Trezker on August 11, 2006, 09:54:25 am
The problem is, there aren't really any out currently, the genre is pretty dead.
I'll have to dust off some of my ideas and get to work...
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: evilcandybag on August 11, 2006, 06:15:56 pm
If you have lots of time, and don't demand fast-paced action, I can warmly recommend the X series. I played X2 for a while, and recently picked up X3, but haven't played it yet.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Ankle on August 11, 2006, 08:34:31 pm
If you have lots of time, and don't demand fast-paced action, I can warmly recommend the X series. I played X2 for a while, and recently picked up X3, but haven't played it yet.

X3 was a huge waste of money for me, I thought it was horrible. Even with the latest patch there was nothing but problems. Not to mention starforce, I was desperate for a spacesim and bought it anyway. Huge mistake, DVD-ROM died shortly after. Thanks a lot Starforce!
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Smogelore on August 13, 2006, 11:04:48 am
I-War: Edge Of Chaos!  :)

my joystick sucks so it was very difficult to play  :P
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: WereVolvo on August 13, 2006, 08:53:48 pm
Freelancer is quite good... (though I liked X2 and X3 better) just can't get the damn thing to work on my compy any more, for some ungodly reason.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: evilcandybag on August 14, 2006, 10:13:53 pm
Maybe because X3 sucks power out of your PC like Cartman sucks Sea-Men out of a hose? I run it on high settings on a two years-old (not upgraded) PC, though.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Ankle on August 14, 2006, 11:50:49 pm
Aside from the game being horribly broken and unstable the voices didn't work in X3, doesn't even do real widescreen as it just stretches the 4:3 picture to 16:10. Ugh. All that after requiring me to waste my time and bandwidth on a huge patch after spending money on a broken piece of software. Let us not forget what is one of the worst GUIs ever and the complete and utter lack of any sort of tutorial or instructions of any kind. All the bad reviews and moaning/bitching on the egosoft boards are rightfully deserved.

Hardware isn't a problem: *copy paste happy fun time, kawaii ^_^*

AMD Athlon X2 3800+ (2.0) /w stock HS/F
eVGA GeForce 7900 GT CO (500/1500, 256mb) /w Zalman VF900 HS/F
OCZ EL PC-3200 Platinum 1Gb (Dual Channel 2x512Mb, DDR400, CL2-3-2-5)
ASUS A8N32-SLI Deluxe
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Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 SATA2 16MB NCQ 320GB
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US Robotics 5610B 56k V.92 Performance Pro
Pioneer DVR-111D - DVD-RW 16x/6x/16x DVD+RW 16x/8x/16x IDE DVD-/+RW <-- Replacement drive for the one StarForce killed, fucking pos starforce wasting my money
Lite-On  LTR-52327S - 52x/24x/52x IDE CD-RW
Seasonic S12-500HT 500W PSU
Lian Li PC-V1100B Plus
Gateway FPD2185W 21" LCD
Logitech Z-680 5.1 500W THX
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Lexx on August 15, 2006, 03:50:31 am
Yes. You have a huge penis. Well done.

(No, I didn't read it.)
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: MMM_Donola on August 16, 2006, 03:50:39 am
Freelancer i thought was excellent, and theres a lot of good Multiplayer mods/servers out there too, shame the action can get a little tiresome at times.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Ankle on August 16, 2006, 10:52:50 pm
Yes. You have a huge penis. Well done.

(No, I didn't read it.)

I'm just a PC gamer. I regularly update my systems with relatively highish end gear. However, it is hardly the epitome of ePenis. That would be like Quad SLI with 2x 7950GX2s, Quad core with 2x dual core woodcrest xeons, 2gb+ of ddr2, 1000watt PSU and if you live where they use coal power or something dirty that nice feeling that all the power your PC sucks up is helping to destroy the enviroment while certifing your superiority over other users thanks to your giant 3dmark score.

Now back to the topic, picking up DarkStar One and Freespace 1 but I need a new joystick. My current old one I haven't used in years is a Microsoft Sidewinder Pro that came with Mech Warrior 2 way way back in the day. In otherwords, its very old and makes lots of noise when moved and is completely inaccurate from much usage. I've looked at whats out there but MS doesn't make sidewinders anymore and Logitech's three are rather horrible and all around trash from my experiance. I've seen the Saitek Cyborg Evo Joystick has lots of good reviews and generally is considered to trump the Logitech joysticks. Anyone have an opinion on it or perhaps knows of some other options?
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: chompy on August 17, 2006, 03:01:21 pm
My home computer feels dirty compared to yours, but I have more hard drives and space.

I've had a 50 AUD logicrap joystick, 3D Wingman. I had that thing for about 5 years and got more then its money worth so it wasnt too bad in retrospect. Every 6 months the joystick would become very grainy and had to be cleaned from the black grindy stuff it had in it. The throttle also died on it so I couldnt use it in the end. I now safely say I would not purchase one in the near future.


I"m currently using a HOTAS (Hands On Throttle and Stick) combination made from the guys at CH Products (linky : http://www.chproducts.com/retail_flash/index.html ). These are very high end type of anal simulators people use, much like the herman miller range of chairs. Not saying its only limited to anal people :/ Also I got them for winning a flight competition using the 3D wingman above :)

The saiteck HOTAS combination seems like it is the way to go, but I dont think you could go wrong in any joystick (even the logitech ones)
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: L'homme magique on August 17, 2006, 06:32:36 pm
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hese are very high end type of anal simulators
asdhasdh? I want an anal simulator
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Bates on August 17, 2006, 08:11:52 pm
Anyone remembers Tachyon: The Fringe? Also a good space game, even more enjoyable thanks to Bruce Campbells voice acting.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Ankle on August 17, 2006, 11:04:34 pm
I"m currently using a HOTAS (Hands On Throttle and Stick) combination made from the guys at CH Products (linky : http://www.chproducts.com/retail_flash/index.html ). These are very high end type of anal simulators people use, much like the herman miller range of chairs. Not saying its only limited to anal people :/ Also I got them for winning a flight competition using the 3D wingman above :)

The saiteck HOTAS combination seems like it is the way to go, but I dont think you could go wrong in any joystick (even the logitech ones)

Ohhh something to match my Herman Miller Mirra and future Biomorph desk! (Bah @ site in flash, evil)
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: chompy on August 18, 2006, 02:20:24 pm
Go with the saitek one, it'll do good and it wont cost an arm or a leg. Make sure you post a small review once you do get it.

I've got a Leather Herman Miller - Equa 2 chair and its heaven,  I got it at an auction for 130 AUD :)

Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Фраеон on August 20, 2006, 05:33:49 pm
You can also tell me what Darkstar One is like before I invest on it.

I liked the demo, but...those things tend to be a bit misleading.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: evilcandybag on August 20, 2006, 06:23:26 pm
Haven't played the game, but PCGamer gave it a review score of 43%, so my bet is on not so good.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Ankle on August 20, 2006, 09:38:36 pm
According to amazon I won't have the game until next month. Bleh.

I've seen all the reviews and much user comments. Apparently it has great combat but the voice acting is awful and the story bad. Trade is dull and not worth bothering with and after 10 hours you get bored of doing the same thing over and over. So it sounds onpar with every other remotely recent space sim. At least the reviews are more positive than X3.  :P
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Ankle on August 31, 2006, 08:16:05 am
Yay it shipped yesterday, and the joystick today. Hopefully it arrives within a week. NEED SPACE STUFFS OMG NOW!
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Ankle on September 02, 2006, 10:33:34 am
Bah, Darkstar One 'supports' 1680x1050 but it just crashes to desktop. Known issue and the developers have no ETA for a fix as it isn't a major issue for them.

Fuck that shit.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Atolm on September 03, 2006, 04:34:01 am
hmm, I have X2 here...I bought it ages ago in one of those '2 for £15' deals, and just never got around to playing it...should I continue not playing it?
as for darkstar one, ive heard thats going to be awesome. shame its not working p0rperly :(. I think the upcoming Phantasy star game is going to have a little bit of space stuffs in it, not sure though, i havent checked the site in some time.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: the ru on September 03, 2006, 10:04:14 am
Deadlock, very underrated game. It will provide a few hours of fun, until you discover the strategy to use to win the game... every time. :-\
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: chompy on September 03, 2006, 12:11:37 pm
I've got Galatic Civ 2 on its way , so I'm expecting some MoO2 action in the mean time. I didnt realise there were a genre dedicated to these types of games, it is called 4x . 4x games include MoO2, Civ2,3,4,1 ... there was even a 5x game called MoO3, the extra 1x means experiance.

Quote from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/4X
4X stands for the goals of :

   1. eXplore
   2. eXpand
   3. eXploit
   4. eXterminate
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: mumppis on September 03, 2006, 12:44:10 pm
sword of the stars
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Ankle on September 04, 2006, 12:08:21 am
So I'm stuck in 1600x900 but I doubt it will be patched before I tire of it. The voice acting is, well, bad. Even worse is the translation to English from German. Every single line is horribley broken and makes one cringe. The plot is as cliche as possible and completely and utterly uninteresting with zero surprises. It is pretty much impossible to die as the AI is rather dense, just keep spinning around in space shooting and maybe occasionaly transfering shield or energy and you are unstoppable. There is pretty much nill exploring to do as each system is basically the same and really small: Some planet, some asteroids or a wreck with a trade station and research station. The same few backgrounds and other graphics are repeated over and over and over really blowing any chance at immersion.

It is basically like Freelancer but with crappy story and plot but slightly better graphics and no stupid lanes of travel and no exploring. Better or worse than X3? If you like trading or empire building, worse. Otherwise its probably on par in the disapointing factor. At least it doesn't have Starforce.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: L'homme magique on September 04, 2006, 12:09:44 am
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Deadlock, very underrated game. It will provide a few hours of fun, until you discover the strategy to use to win the game... every time. Undecided
Deadlock sucks ass
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: the ru on September 04, 2006, 08:20:09 am
Quote
Deadlock, very underrated game. It will provide a few hours of fun, until you discover the strategy to use to win the game... every time. Undecided
Deadlock sucks ass

You're only saying that because you lose every time. 8)
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: L'homme magique on September 04, 2006, 06:19:00 pm
I'm only saying that because it's 1000 years old and boring as sin.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: bolda on September 04, 2006, 07:02:49 pm
I share everyone's frustration with the lack of decent space sims in recent times - there's obviously a huge demand for a quality product out there! From my experience:

- X2:The Threat - decent at first but got boring quite quickly. Laughable cut-scenes for the backgroud story, but very nice in-game graphics if you have a PC up to the job. Also, very atmospheric music which helps. Haven't tried X3 yet, due to the poor reviews and technical issues

- Freelancer - probably the best of the recent space sims that I've played - certainly the one I've spent the most time on. Has an unusual mouse flight control system but very useable once you get used to it.

- Starlancer - inferior to Freelancer IMHO and gave up on it after not much play.

- Tachyon:The Fringe - another half-decent attempt but I just couldn't get into it as much as I'd have liked. Gameplay is not as open-ended as I'd like.

IMHO nothing has surpassed good old "Frontier:Elite 2" in terms of an open ended space sim. Completely open-ended game play, no background story to get in the way, realistically modelled universe, flexible space flight model (no jump gates/lanes like X2 and Freelancer), freedom to fly around planet surfaces and visit surface locations as well as off-world locations, lots of craft/upgrades, lots of different roles/tasks to take on. It's just a pity the combat is not as enjoyable as the original Elite.

So, if you value gameplay over fancy graphics, I'd recommend downloading Frontier and getting it running under DOS-box... just don't bother with "Frontier:First Encounters" as it's bugged to hell!
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: the ru on September 04, 2006, 10:38:13 pm
I'm only saying that because it's 1000 years old and boring as sin.

Actually, it's just ten years old. Those extra 0s are probably your final score. >:(

And sin isn't boring, if it was, no one could commit it.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Smeagol on September 04, 2006, 11:06:58 pm
Sin is boring. It's not like it matters how you've lived, everyone dies, and ends up as a decomposing sack of flesh. Happens to the popes, happens to serial killers.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Ankle on September 06, 2006, 08:23:50 am
Ugh, most annoying part of Darkstar One combat is the physics or lack of. Very arcadey. I can't just cut power to engines and fire thrusters to spin around and blast everything going sideways or whatever with my intertia. Very annoying. IIRC Freelancer was the same way and X3 is somewhere in between.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: chompy on September 09, 2006, 03:02:56 am
I've got X3 and 2 at home but X3 never was too supportive of my sound card and the fact it crashed every 10 minutes with a legit copy just grinds my gears.

I managed to get GalCiv2 and that game is soo freaking addictive. GalCiv2 is somewhat better then MoO2 but in all respect it holds its own ground. I'm getting my arse handed to me on normal/easy setting but I go back and make it easier
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Ankle on September 09, 2006, 07:46:06 am
I've got X3 and 2 at home but X3 never was too supportive of my sound card and the fact it crashed every 10 minutes with a legit copy just grinds my gears.

I managed to get GalCiv2 and that game is soo freaking addictive. GalCiv2 is somewhat better then MoO2 but in all respect it holds its own ground. I'm getting my arse handed to me on normal/easy setting but I go back and make it easier

Yeah X3 really pissed me off with shit like that. I didn't get crashes but the voices never worked for me.

Normal and easy are hard? I never really got into a turn based strategy game before and I thought those settings weren't overly hard.

Saitek joystick arrived today. Initial impressions are good. I found I didn't need to adjust anything as it fits my hand well as is. More to come after I get some time to try it out in Dark Star One. Picture:
(http://ankle.sinistrals.net/misc/pictures/2006.09.08-joystick.jpg)

Also got myself the precious today (http://forum.machinaesupremacy.com/index.php?topic=3468.msg135154#msg135154).

Edit:

I SUCK at space shit with the joystick. It is so fucking hard compared to keyboard/mouse. Maybe it just that games today are made for them and not joysticks because I don't remember them being this fucking hard to control. Ok lets just move the stick a bit HOLY FUCK SENSITIVE! Not to mention you can't fucking aim anywhere other than directly in front of where you are flying. Keyboard/mouse has such a cheap advantage in that regard. The worst part is trying to make room for the joystick and still being able to use the mouse for the interface stuff that is entirely mouse driven. Oh well, at least NFS is infinitely easier to drive with the joystick than a ps2 controller.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: chompy on September 16, 2006, 01:10:22 am
Very nice chair, I want one! I've sat on one before and that chair seems to be the epitome of chairs! Did you buy it new? what did happen to the Mirra?

Yes it seems with GalCiv2 that even on easy - normal settings the AI still can kick some major butt. I've managed to win a few games on eay but one I get into normal mode the game changes. Not only that if you start off with a bad selection of planets you have to change the style of game you play. I.E. if I have a small group of planets I would go all diplomatic / research, large = research and conquer.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Ankle on September 16, 2006, 07:25:45 am
Very nice chair, I want one! I've sat on one before and that chair seems to be the epitome of chairs! Did you buy it new? what did happen to the Mirra?

Yes it seems with GalCiv2 that even on easy - normal settings the AI still can kick some major butt. I've managed to win a few games on eay but one I get into normal mode the game changes. Not only that if you start off with a bad selection of planets you have to change the style of game you play. I.E. if I have a small group of planets I would go all diplomatic / research, large = research and conquer.

I bought it new. I didn't care for the Mirra and other Herman Miller chairs because their backs were basically a flexiable but hard plastic like thingy that I doubt would be comfortable after sitting for extended periods of time. I also tried the Humanscale Freedom and the Knoll Life chair, both which I didn't like for at least one reason or another.

A Babylon 5 game was recommended to me: http://ifh.firstones.com/
I haven't tried it but it looks neat.

And why is chompy a guest? :|
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Lexx on September 17, 2006, 02:02:20 am
Deleted.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: iggMaN^ on September 22, 2006, 08:36:26 am
What kind of games you like? Adventure, RTS, FTS, MMORPG?? StarCraft I recomend!!! If you can, get the expansion, Brood War.... It pwns AOE! :P Or you could get StarCraft GHOST, that will come out soon..... :P
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Lexx on September 22, 2006, 03:48:28 pm
Or you could get StarCraft GHOST, that will come out soon..... :P

No it won't.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: iggMaN^ on September 22, 2006, 04:02:38 pm
Or you could get StarCraft GHOST, that will come out soon..... :P

No it won't.

Yes, just not VERY soon. But it will come. Soon. FEAR IT.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Ankle on September 24, 2006, 10:52:50 am
I don't care what genre a game falls in, I'll play any. Starcraft, been there done that back in uh ...when did that come out again? Where is SC2 already?

Or you could get StarCraft GHOST, that will come out soon..... :P

No it won't.

Yes, just not VERY soon. But it will come. Soon. FEAR IT.

Blizzard canned it awhile back.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: iggMaN^ on September 24, 2006, 04:01:05 pm
I don't care what genre a game falls in, I'll play any. Starcraft, been there done that back in uh ...when did that come out again? Where is SC2 already?

Or you could get StarCraft GHOST, that will come out soon..... :P

No it won't.

Yes, just not VERY soon. But it will come. Soon. FEAR IT.

Blizzard canned it awhile back.

THEY DID?! :-[
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: evilcandybag on September 24, 2006, 06:26:36 pm
But if I know Blizzard right, they will keep the scraps of it, and make it into something entirely different (Warcraft Adventures - Warcraft III anyone?).
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Fallout on September 24, 2006, 07:23:35 pm
World of Starcraft, anyone?
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Ankle on September 24, 2006, 10:59:37 pm
World of Starcraft, anyone?

Ugh, if it is anything like WoW that would be absolutely horrible. Only way Starcraft could go MMO and not suck is either a MMORTS or MMOFPS like a not crappy Planetside.
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: Ant on September 25, 2006, 05:49:02 am
But if I know Blizzard right, they will keep the scraps of it, and make it into something entirely different (Warcraft Adventures - Warcraft III anyone?).

StarWar Craft anyone?
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: iggMaN^ on September 25, 2006, 08:22:06 am
But if I know Blizzard right, they will keep the scraps of it, and make it into something entirely different (Warcraft Adventures - Warcraft III anyone?).

StarWar Craft anyone?


The StarWars Craft... ^^
Title: Re: Sci-Fi/Space Gaming Recommendations
Post by: evilcandybag on September 25, 2006, 06:22:35 pm
I was more thinking something like a BattleZone style RTS. That would rock my socks.
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