Endless Space è un gioco di strategia 4X a turni ambientato in un'epoca di colonizzazione spaziale nell'universo Endless, dove puoi controllare ogni aspetto della tua civiltà mentre lotti per il dominio galattico.
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Data di rilascio: 4 lug 2012

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21 gennaio

The Endless Day has returned



Hi all,

The Endless Day has returned! :) We're celebrating today our studio's 5th anniversary with in-game events, tons of giveaways on Twitter, a special live stream and an office party!


Play Endless Legend, Dungeon of the Endless and Endless Space before Monday, January 25 to discover and permanently unlock rare Steam achievements or play with Tarosh the Archivist in each game. For more information, check out this FAQ:


ENDLESS DAY SPECIAL CONTENT - SPOILER ALERT

ENDLESS SPACE
  • How to unlock the Emlek Tarosh hero: you need to start a new game of Endless Space (make sure you have disabled your mods if you are playing with any), before January 25th (end of the event). If you manage to do so, the hero will be unlocked for your future games once the event is over.
  • To unlock the “Endless Day” achievement: win a game in “Endless” difficulty, started between January 21st and January 25th, but completed at any time.

DUNGEON OF THE ENDLESS
  • How to unlock the archivist, Esseb Tarosh: you need to start a new game of Dungeon of the Endless. The hero will be available in your pool right away, for the duration of the event. Like any other heroes in DotE, you need to survive at least three floors with the hero or finish the game with it. If you manage to do so, once the event ends, you will be able to keep the Esseb Tarosh in your pool of heroes.
  • How to unlock the “Endless Day” achievement: you need to start a new game in any difficulty, hire the archivist hero and keep it alive, and complete the game. Make sure you start and complete a game between January 21st and January 25th in order to get the achievement.

ENDLESS LEGEND
  • How to unlock the Eslek Tarosh hero and the “Endless Day” achievement: you need to start a new game of Endless Legend (make sure you have disabled your mods if you are playing with any), before January 25th (end of the event!). Once you have built your first city, a new quest will appear: “Day of the Awakening”. Complete it and you will unlock the new hero and the Steam achievement.

TWITTER GIVEAWAYS
Twitter giveaways will be taking place all day long on Twitter. Follow us on Twitter (@Amplitude) for a chance to win Steam keys for all our games and a great Endless goodies package! This event starts at 10am CET, and we plan to continue giving keys away throughout the whole day! So stay tuned, and good luck!


MEZARI
As a thank you for being part of our community, we will be unlocking the Mezari faction (Vaulters faction skin) for everyone in Endless Legend!


LIVESTREAM
Don't miss our Live Stream, starting at 4pm CET with Mathieu & Romain, our co-founders! They'll discuss the studio's recent achievements, give updates on current projects, and drop hints about what comes next. Follow us on Twitch and be sure to tune in!


BEER2GETHER
A Beer2Gether event will be taking place over at our studio in Paris. There's no more room for this one, sorry, be sure to be among the first to register next week to be able to visit us!


The Endless Day events conclude on January 25th at 12am CET. Achievement hunters, make sure to get them before then!


~Amplitude Studios

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Recensioni

“Endless Space è un gioco brillante, raffinato e intelligente dalle innumerevoli varianti. I suoi punti di forza sono sicuramente l'attenzione e l'abilità con cui è stato bilanciato, così come il fatto che gratifica tutti gli stili di gioco. Da molto tempo non vedevamo un gioco di strategia di questo livello.”
8/10 – IGN

“In caso non sia ancora chiaro: lo devi provare. Se sei un giocatore esperto, devi provarlo. Hai poca esperienza con il genere 4X e la cosa ti spaventa? Devi provarlo.”
9/10 – FactorNews

“Come primo gioco, è sorprendentemente complesso, impegnativo e stimolante.”
82% – GameStar

Informazioni sul gioco



Questa è un'antica galassia, la sua prima forma di vita intelligente è stata la civiltà che noi chiamiamo gli Eterni. Essi già viaggiavano di stella in stella molto tempo prima che i nostri occhi iniziassero a scrutare il cielo, anche se tutto ciò che rimane di queste persone è il cosiddetto Dust, una sostanza sparsa a terra o all'interno di templi dimenticati che un tempo conferiva poteri ad ammiragli e governatori della galassia. La galassia apparterrà alla fazione che riuscirà ad avere il controllo del Dust e a scoprirne i segreti…

Un leader nato

Guida una delle otto civiltà mentre lotti per il dominio galattico. Riuscirai a ottenere il controllo dell'intera galassia sfruttando astutamente commercio e diplomazia, esplorando ogni angolo dell'universo in cerca di potenti manufatti e risorse, schiacciando altre civiltà con le tue tecnologie avanzate o distruggendo i tuoi nemici con imponenti armate?


Scoperte illimitate

Con centinaia di sistemi stellari da esplorare, diversi tipi di pianeti, ricchezze e risorse strategiche da sfruttare, i misteri del Dust da padroneggiare e una moltitudine di strani fenomeni scientifici con cui fare i conti, al giocatore non mancheranno le sfide da affrontare. Recluta eroi per farli diventare grandi ammiragli o governatori del sistema. Scopri le cinque categorie di eroi, ognuna con determinati percorsi di abilità e specializzazioni.


Opera spaziale

Con Endless Space puoi sperimentare la grafica e l'interfaccia più all'avanguardia, alternando decisioni sulle strategie di battaglia e pianificazione a lungo termine. Ottimizza ciascuna flotta per epiche battaglie tra stelle contese. Crea combinazioni perfette scegliendo tra decine di navi uniche per ogni civiltà. Personalizza la tua nave con moduli, armamenti, motori e modifiche speciali. Il giocatore ha a disposizione un'infinità di scelte su come distruggere o battere in astuzia il nemico.


Affronta l'universo

Gioca contro un massimo di sette avversari e costruisci o distruggi alleanze a tuo piacimento. Scopri un gioco a turni in tempo reale innovativo e dinamico. Accedi immediatamente a qualsiasi partita online. Dai forma alla tua civiltà e confrontala con quelle create dai tuoi amici.


Gioca all'infinito

Decidi tu la portata di ogni nuova partita, da uno scontro rapido a una guerra infinita. Genera innumerevoli galassie casuali dove ogni nuovo inizio innesca l'ennesima avventura. Intervieni su dimensione, forma, densità, età e altro ancora per creare la tua galassia ideale. Scegli tra diverse condizioni di vittoria e adatta la tua strategia.

Requisiti di sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows XP SP3 / Vista / 7
    • Processor:Core 2 Duo Processor or Equivalent
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:256 MB DX9 Compliant
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX 9 Compatible Audio
    Recommended:
    • OS:Windows XP SP3 / Vista / 7
    • Processor:Core i5/i7 or equivalent
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:512 MB DX9 Compliant with PS 3.0 support
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX 9 Compatible Audio
    Minimum:
    • OS: MAC OS X 10.6.7 or higher.
    • Processor: Intel Core Duo Processor (2GHz or better)
    • Memory: 2GB
    • Graphics: ATI Radeon 2400 or higher / NVIDIA 8600M or higher / Intel HD Graphics 3000
    • Hard Drive: 2GB
    Recommended:
    • OS:MAC OS X 10.6.7 or higher.
    • Processor: Intel Core Duo Processor (2GHz or better)
    • Memory: 4GB
    • Graphics: ATI Radeon 2400 or higher / NVIDIA 8600M or higher / Intel HD Graphics 3000
    • Hard Drive: 2GB
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Lady Tesla
( 10.5 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 23 giugno
Normally strategy and huge-scale games aren't much in my interest, but this one has enough polish, personality and helpful options to make it one of the most enjoyable such titles of its kind which I've tried. I haven't spotted any major surprises, the game flows well, the soundtrack is very immersive but most of all the geology and cosmology nerds out there will enjoy some of the goodies one reaches after unlocking deeeeeeeeeeeeep space exploration.

See you, Space Cowboy
Horrible4
( 130.2 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 23 giugno
I purchased this game under the assumption that it was space Real Time Strategy. It is in a way. If you're looking for more space combat/warfare, I would recommend looking at Homeworld: Remastered. But as it stands, this is more of Civilization in space.

My first and only problem is that when you play the game for the first time, the game starts telling you ♥♥♥♥. WAYYYY too much ♥♥♥♥. Every little thing you click on or highlight on the user-interface gives you 2-3 paragraphs to read on what it does. I feel they over-complicated the tutorial as a result, but I'm glad I stuck through it, as what I got was a game that totally surprised me in its addictive nature. The combat may be on rails, but building a space empire sets the story to make the battle unique and epic without actually controlling the battle. The diplomatic side to the AI is lacking and one Race seems to dominate over the others in solo campaigns, but these games are usually intended for online multiplayer experiences, so this shouldn't be an issue if that's what you're looking for.

Not happy with the Races to choose from? Make your own. Not happy with the destructive firepower of your destroyers? Change it to your liking. There's hours of content here making it pretty good value for money.
Tasker 2016 #KuritaStrong
( 94.9 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 22 giugno
PRO: The best space 4x that's not Master of Orion 2.

CON: Definitely not Master of Orion 2.

VERDICT: Well, it's a hell of a lot better than Stardock's latest pile.
amne
( 59.5 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 22 giugno
Having spent ~30 Euros on this game, I really tried to like it. After almost 60 hours I still don't.

In principle this game has everything, a huge technology tree, complex gamplay, fighting, diplomacy, etc. Still, I didn't enjoy the game. Half of the time I was micro managing annoying things (enemies clearly losing fights and fleeing all the time but then "overpowering me" in the next system because I moved my fleets to chase them down), refitting ships and reoptimizing planets. Also the diplomacy was pretty much limited everyone declaring war on me all the time because - well I can only assume I was too powerful because I grew too fast.
Burns
( 28.5 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 21 giugno
Substationally worse than Endless Legend.
Trade routes are only possible with other empires so they sit largelly worthless if they do not build any.
Combat mechanics are a confusing mix of randomness and tooltips that give inaccurate information. Reloading a save and picking the correct counter strategy yielded a worse outcome multiple times, so tactics do not seem to matter.
Dreamfire
( 22.5 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 20 giugno
Promising, but poor combat and tech trees make it unsatisfying come mid-game. Colonizing and invading also is pretty unclear as to how to go about it.
Aidan Taylor
( 29.4 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 20 giugno
The best 4X I have played so far, I can't wait for the sequel to see more depth added to this awesome game
BallsOfSteel
( 9.2 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 19 giugno
Despite the sometimes pretty graphics, the game feels like it should play on a mobile device. I was looking forward to a fun space oriented strategy game and ended up with a game where I couldn't wait to find a stopping point.
Never
( 69.0 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 18 giugno
It will feel a bit dated if you're just getting it now, but it's still entertaining.
Shiroyasha
( 38.8 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 18 giugno
ki keeps destroying me, still lots of fun :D i recommend you to play this game 10/10
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11 persone su 13 (85%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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90.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 27 maggio
I gave this game another shot after trying Stellaris, and I must say I really prefer Endless Space. This is the gold standard for modern 4x. Great UI, interesting tech tree, solid combat system that doesn't bog things down, good management options, and the hero system really adds some flavor. Highly reccommended.
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36.3 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 8 giugno
The first couple of games filled me with dread. I have tried the Civ 4 games and those just overwelmed me. The amount of stats and reading with no story, just straight info. Well this game does seem very similar to that, but I have gotten over the hump! I am understand the resources, combat, improvements, virctory conditions, etc, and it is turning into a fairly fun game after all. The tutorial and community guides helped. There is a background story, it would have been nice if they had made the story more prominant.

TLDR: good turn based game. Very complicated like other turn based games.
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54.4 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 26 maggio
https://youtu.be/pBOSEicvBxk

This space faring 4x game from Amplitude studios may be a little rusty since it's original 2012 release but there is still enough shine under the surface to make it worth playing.

What makes this game stand out from other 4x games are the way leaders work, unique planetary systems, and a complex tech tree. A major negative is the ship combat is best done with the auto setting so players will never see the cool ships they design.
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93.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 28 maggio
Love the game, it takes a bit to get used to the tech tree but once you get the hang of reading and planning the tech you need it becomes easier. Do your self a favor and DO NOT try researching everything. Very polished game, love the clean UI nice Music.
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65.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 4 giugno
TL;DR, a solid 4X with a couple unique & nifty features; lacks complexity, but it's at least not mind-numbingly easy. A solid intro to the genre on easier difficulties, and nice for veterans on hard+, definitely worth the price of admission for any fan of the genre...and at least worth a look if you're not, if you can snag it on discount.

With three games played and considering a fourth, something about it has me hooked, so I guess that's recommendation enough. This game is feature complete and isn't a platform for 4+ years of continuous overpriced DLC, so there's that too, I guess.

This game is the definition of what I think when I hear "Civilization in space," and is just about the same as Civ in how much of a repetitive slog to inevitable victory it is despite its shipbuilding & combat systems, and SUPERBLY crafted factions each with unique art/units/style, backstory, and game mechanics; I fell in love rather quickly. Sadly, as time went on and the veneer of starry-eyed wonder wore off, I discovered that the game ultimately lacks depth, as you end up rushing the same buildings & tech, and falling in line with the same battle strategies regardless of enemy or faction.

The Pros?

+ The Factions. As stated above, it's clear a lot of time was spent to make them all different, with detailed artwork & backstories, unique models for all faction ship classes, and game mechanics. I'm not just talking superficial changes in how they play, either: unique improvements, tech (and a mixup of where certain tech is in the tree), different specializations on your different ship classes, and a specific set of game rules - not just modifiers, but actual mechanics - endemic to each race that attempt to steer you into a particular playstyle with that race.

I mean, this alone makes me start up new games with factions I haven't played.

+ The shipbuilding, the real meat that sets Endless Space apart from many 4X games. The ability to personalize every part of your ships' systems and loadouts really adds a personal touch to your empire, and made me feel (rightly or wrongly) that any combat failures were my fault, that any overwhelming/surprising successes were my doing, and not some dickery of the game. There is no inevitability of overwhelming enemy numbers: as the supposed "weakest" empire in my first game, my 9 little gunboats held the border against the entire enemy armada from the empire with more than double my score, simply by hardcountering its build.

+ The aesthetics. The music definitely fits the whole "intergalactic space empire vying for supremacy" thing, and the map, artwork, ship models and planet models are all still a glory to behold, even after all these hours. It's pretty, I guess.

The Cons?

- You can - and eventually will - be dicked over by the galaxy generator. That's just the nature of the beast, sadly. A crafty player can overcome a bad start position, at least, but if you're looking for a quick game, you'r ebetter off just surrendering and restarting. The AI has deep difficulty in overcoming bad starts; I'm talking entire galaxy arm with less than half of their planets colonized by turn 120 (on normal speed).

- Every faction plays the same. "But what about those different mechanics you talked about?" Yeah, forget it. Notice how I said the different faction traits "attempt" to steer you into certain play styles. Ultimately once you've found your groove and know what works, you'll rush the same techs & improvements every game, regardless of pressure from the game itself to play differently...because there is an optimal way to play, and it just simply works best regardless of the faction.

- Combat is dull; you'll want to just autoresolve about 95% of it when you learn what you're doing. Sure, you can pick formations (which determine what your enemy shoots at) and strategies (which determine what you shoot at), and you can select from certain tactics cards to give an edge in a nearly "rock-paper-scissors" fashion...but ultimately, "manual" fleet control proves useless in a game where combat is just two fleets colliding into each other with no maneuvering, and really only has a use in changing your attack strategy to "guillotine" or "nosebreaker" when things unexpectedly go ♥♥♥♥-up and you try to get as much damage done before inevitable defeat. Even battle tactics become trivial after the early game, as you unlock ones that are just objectively useful in all situations.

- The tutorial is objectively ♥♥♥♥. It's pages of text overlaying screencaps of the game, talking you don't understand when you first boot the game. It's 2 hours of reading for an info/text dump that'll just leave you vaguely confused; you're better off finding a friendly FAQ/guide online somewhere...or do as I did, and stumble around in your first game learning as you go.

- The shipbuilding. It is vital, a necessity to know what you're doing with ship loadouts in order to survive, & WILL be the cause of you losing your first games. Also, hard-countering your friends is fun. Being hard-countered yourself is not fun, and will will be the cause of much raging and quitting when your entire armada is slaughtered by 9 piddly gunboats.

Yeah...I think that's about it. Probably forgot something, but that's what I remember off the top of my head.
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2 persone su 2 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
Consigliato
16.3 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 15 giugno
Similar to sins of a solar empire with civilisation mechanics and some ship building from alpha centuri.

Very impressive game, massive research trees, heroes and good number of races.

Ship building, researching parts and watching them at war; most fun.

♥♥♥♥ hard for your average simian.
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10.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 23 giugno
Normally strategy and huge-scale games aren't much in my interest, but this one has enough polish, personality and helpful options to make it one of the most enjoyable such titles of its kind which I've tried. I haven't spotted any major surprises, the game flows well, the soundtrack is very immersive but most of all the geology and cosmology nerds out there will enjoy some of the goodies one reaches after unlocking deeeeeeeeeeeeep space exploration.

See you, Space Cowboy
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3 persone su 4 (75%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
Consigliato
49.9 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 28 maggio
Good strategy game with a great art style and great music. The tech tree is interesting and the variety of victory conditions makes it possible to play in a variety of ways. The game falters a little in the middle to late part and could do more to keep factions interacting with each other and keep events happening. The game can also feel a little bit luck based at certain points and has a high learning curve. That being stated, if you can get over these few issues you will find a strategy game with a lot of depth that forces you to make interesting choices.
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19.1 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 3 giugno
Pretty good version of the genre, all around decent. Not as complex as some of the others, not as simple as the easiest, middle of the road, some nice features I miss in the others (heroes, mostly).
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47.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 14 giugno
Great game. Haven't played any other 4x game before so this is my first. Easy to get into and understand. Good presentation. The battlles are a bit ugh tho. Mostly just used the auto resolve to finish battles.
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