Originally posted by Anasatsu:Star Wolves I guess (tho at least first SW was not that great really) and yea you should try Homeworld, Homeworld Cataclysm and Homeworld 2. There is also this The Mandate which I hope will have some similarities to Nexus http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=183136358 almost funded thru kickstarter ( atm they have already 450k out of 500k).
Originally posted by demoncy83:They were raising money through kickstarter for Nexus 2. Anybody has any news about Nexus 2 fate?
Originally posted by Christopher:Originally posted by demoncy83:They were raising money through kickstarter for Nexus 2. Anybody has any news about Nexus 2 fate? Nexus 2 Kickstarter didn't make their funding goals, so the devs didn't go forward with any further development. They were rather explicit about this at the time.I really wish they would, though. This is easily one of my favorite games of all time. Own several copies of it, in fact. :)
Originally posted by Jamie:Reunion was a good game back in 1994 by Grandslam (EU version) that game was divine....no game similar has yet to be released, i would be happy with a modernized version of reunion, think of it like Colonization for windows, except its reunion for windows, that would be so awesome.When it comes to Homeworld 2, the AI outright cheats and it doesn't even try to hide it, it breaks the rules players are limited to, it knows instantly where you are, even when you are cloaked (they just don't fire at you, they just follow you around, while you are cloaked), its just offputting that the developers have to make AI blatantly break the rules to make them challenging and to be honest, all games should have difficulty settings, not a dynamic one.
Originally posted by Mazryonh:Sadly Nexus: TJI with its support of Newtonian physics, true 3D movement and combat (for a fleet command game), very extensive ship customizability, targeting of individual components, and solar system physics hasn't been replicated by any other game to my knowledge. This means we need Nexus 2 all the more badly.