- Jun 11, 2018
Hyperdimension Neptunia bundle: $59.11 for 9 games.
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Been digging around and I’m sad that there aren’t more modern open-world space games to choose from, at least that are actually solid. Seems that Elite Dangerous is probabaly the best choice, but still lacking in a lot of ways. Really a bummer that No Man’s Sky was such a flop.
TIE Fighter, Freespace 2 and Independence War are my holy trinity, haven't seen their like since the 90s. I've given Elite Dangerous three tries so far and just can't get into it.
I played Rebel Galaxy earlier this year, and it was more fun than I was expecting. The open world stuff is pretty light, but the story mode is probably worth the $4 if you haven't played it yet.
I’m a-ponderin’ on Steam games myself. I have purchased a few recently that I haven’t gotten into yet, but the sale screen thing is totally distracting me. I went to play a little 'endless sky' last night and ended up chasing through their sale list for an hour and a half.
'Rise to Ruins' might be the one. I spent some time trying to learn how to play 'Dwarf Fortress' earlier this year, but it was frustrating. I’ve been messing with a few simpler DwarfFortress-likes to see if they can help me get a handle on understanding it – Rise to Ruins looks to be one of those.
'Weird Worlds: The Return to infinite space’ might get a buck 24 out of me. 'Space Rogue' appears to be an FTL-like but shorter, which also appeals. (Totally burnt out on FTL. Loved it but spending two hour chunks to get through to a boss ship that beats me handily every! single! time! eventually drove me off.)
'Haque' looks good to me, but maybe I've overdosed on rogue-likes lately.