OK, I've done just over 11hrs solid campaign play, and I've given this game a 'red-hot go' as we say sometimes in Australia. I see huge potential in it, and I really like it. I don't know how I didn't discover it before the Steam release.
I'm finding it to be a bit of a dull grind though. Playing campaign can take hours, with painfully slow progress and less intense combat than I expected. I don't have any human opponents to play against, so I need some pointers from the more seasoned players out there.
How can I make Cortex Command more fun? I barely know where to start with literally hundreds, and 11 years worth of mods. And what are some good campaign start settings,etc?
Any tips are good. I know this game could be awesome, but there's just so much hardware and cofiguration possibilities, it's daunting!
Yes, yes, I know. Experiment, you say. But, my gaming time is limited and I want more immediate visceral fun. I don't want to give up on it!