Publicada: 30 de junho
God aweful interface....
But once you get used to/change every single default control to something you find more comfortable this game has ALOT to offer. I never realized just how little the average game really lets you do. That is until I played this(and skyrim).
I do warn that this game requires many many many hours to make progress, mainly because flying through space is exactly how it should be.(slow and sometimes tricky) I required a walkthrough to get anywhere early game, as inexperienced players will be hit with ALOT of information at the start. But once you get a couple ships under your control the game moves much more smoothly and managing your fleet helps pass the time as you fly from one end of the universe to the next doing whatever it is you feel like doing.
Quick list of a small fraction of the styles of game you could play while in the X3 universe.
-Illegal goods runner
-Space station transporter
-Space station manager
-And so much freaking more.
And you can control as many ships as you like, so you can actually mix and match these playstyles, as well as try to do everything! Not only is there a huge range of playstyles to be had, there are a number of factions to start from, so the replayability is endless as you form/break/manipulate trust with the different factions organically and naturally.
I played as a merchant trader, using huge transport ships to carry my cargos around from sector to sector, while using smaller ships to protect them. I controlled those ships from my personal craft which I'd modified to be a rum runner as I carried illegal alcohol dashing passed police forces to get paid massively for each run. Oh, and I had a space station.... And docking at your own personal space station never gets dull.