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- A complete 4X science fiction gaming experience- eXplore, eXpand, eXploit and eXterminate your way to galactic conquest
- Tactical space combat - featuring a unique mix of turn-based and real-time strategy gameplay
- A realistic, immersive universe - three races and 12 playable factions exist in a living-breathing universe populated by a huge variety of non-player civilizations
- Play alone or dominate with friends - an extensive single-player campaign coupled with a strong multiplayer focus ensure an engaging experience
- Massive customization options -research hundreds of technologies based on an extensive tech tree to design, build and deploy unique starships for your fleet
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Legends of Pegasus is set in a far-flung galaxy in the long distant future, as a small group of human survivors strives to recreate their lost empire. The player, in control of this ragtag fleet, must explore the depths of space, encountering other space-faring races that can quickly become helpful allies - or lethal foes. It's up to you, as the leader of this fleet, to build a new empire, via economic, diplomatic, scientific and militaristic means. New technologies are available through research and conquest - and can be applied to custom starship designs. Sophisticated economic strategies and trade are the foundation of your empire's strength and prosperity!
Legends of Pegasus is set in a far-flung galaxy, in the long distant future, as a small group of human survivors strives to recreate their lost empire. The player, in control of this ragtag fleet, must explore the depths of space, encountering other space-faring races that can quickly become helpful allies – or lethal foes. It’s up to you, as the leader of this fleet, to build a new empire, via economic, diplomatic, scientific and militaristic means.
In 2231, Mankind discovered a new engine which opened the way to the stars. Humanity built huge spaceships, colonized faraway worlds and started terraforming others in order to create inhabitable planets. This was a time of bliss: while exploring deep space, Humanity was united for the first time in its history. It didn’t matter what was the color of your skin, the place of your birth or the god you believed in. But soon enough, Man’s warlike nature got the upper hand, again. The wind of independence led the colonies to rebel against the almighty government ruling from faraway Earth. Humanity was on the brink of utter chaos.
As the situation was seemingly hopeless, an unknown race appeared. The aliens shared their technological knowledge with us and brought the civil war to an end. Doubtful at first, Mankind finally accepted this alliance without questioning these news allies, and allowed them to freely roam the Human space. They seemed to be looking for something.
All of a sudden, our strange new allies stopped sharing their knowledge and started regrouping their spaceships. When the first planets were attacked by our former friends, we were taken by surprise. All our spaceships were called back to Earth, to try reforming a strong fleet, defend our homeworld and put an end to the attack, but the enemy was too strong. In the midst of this hopeless fight, a worm hole suddenly opened and swallowed a few Human warships, which ended up stranded in an unknown and unexplored galaxy. Legends of Pegasus tells the story of this little fleet…
- A complete 4X science fiction gaming experience- eXlore, eXpand, eXploit and eXterminate your way to galactic conquest
- Tactical space combat – featuring a unique mix of turn-based and real-time strategy gameplay
- A realistic, immersive universe – three races and 12 playable factions exist in a living-breathing universe populated by a huge variety of non-player civilizations
- Play alone or dominate with friends – an extensive single-player campaign coupled with a strong multiplayer focus ensure an engaging experience
- Massive customization options – design, build and deploy ships created from research into hundreds of technologies based on an extensive tech tree
- Make it yours – modding options will be available, allowing players to customize missions, maps and more
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The game is, in a word, terrible. In many words? It's poorly designed, has outdated graphics and a horrible UI, and crashes if you breath on it wrong.
It's as if they took the worst parts of every similar space game and crammed them together. You're forced to play "Episodes" in Single player rather than a more open-world game like Masters of Orion or Galactic Civilizations, which is what I thought I'd be getting into. The screenshots are, at best, misleading - it hints nothing at how horrible this game is to play.
Save $40. Or buy two copies of Endless Space and have a much, much better time.
Asking for a refund. Wish me luck.
I can actually 'play' this game, however, it hangs or locks up or crashes anytime from 5 turns to 50 turns in. I could actually put up with this, maybe, for a while, but this leads to the second issue, the game won't load the saved or autosaved games.
Doesn't that seem a bit of a problem for a game that relies on thousands of turns and 40+ hours of gameplay?
Not even going to mention the dozens of other issues I had with this game.
Seriously, I agree with either in whole or in part with the other reviewers, this game has potential but as is..... it's a total piece of trash and should never have been released. I can't even imagine what the preview sites/mags are going to do to cover their collective a***** after giving this game anything but a one star or equivalent.
To sum it up, if I could get my money back with an returned/opened game from Amazon, I would in a second.
Maybe I'll dust off my old Masters of Orion (1993) version, if I can get it to load under W7/XP. :(
it crashes all the time, it shows same file failure. this product should never be released in this pitiful state.
i wish i could return this product. i wasted $40 + shiping.
if i could give no star i would. unfortunatly i have to give at least one star, and this product do not deserve even one star!!!\
in short: do not waste money on this junk!!!!!!!!!!!
I like the game in general, the problem is that ... nothing working actually.
First the game would not load at majority of players (including myself) just started with black screen and connection errors (even in single player), then after some voodoo magic discovered by some players on forums, including Alt-Tab-ing etc. I managed to actually run it and started to play.
The result is game crashing almost constantly, sluggish and poor designed controls, rather minimal and useless tooltips (especially given the absence of manual), not working game buildings and technologies, impossible to finish (due to scenario bugs) campaign, save games that not loading ...
After 3 patches released one after another even on weekend most of the crashes (except the crashes in mufti-player, where the game still constantly crashes, in case you manage to start MP at all) were fixed, not all of them but most annoying.
The other problems still remain.
What hurts me that as a "fun-ability wide" the game has a really great potential, I believe that after a month or two of fixing it will be a great game, however the launch is total disaster, they released completely unfinished and untested game , something like Alpha version. After a latest patches it looks like a early Beta now.
I am really disappointed with this, but if they do not drop it and continue to fix it will be a great game.
Just not yet.
So I am not recommending buying it just yet for any money, surely not for $40, quality wise the game does not worth $15.
Also the graphics is "stunning" only by there low level.
Actually they are ok more or less, for strategy game, but nothing special and surely nothing "stunning".
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