Colonize solar systems, smash entire worlds, and crush your foes in epic battles with multiple players and thousands of units. Don't just win, annihilate!
User reviews: Mostly Positive (6,959 reviews)
Release Date: Sep 5, 2014

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November 25

New build now up! Build 75539

Build 75539 is live!

Leaderboards are live! Starting now you can see where you stack against the world. Work your way up, and take the number 1 Uber spot!

We’re happy to announce the release of the full 1v1 Competitive Update! We started working toward this with our 1v1 ranked games and matchmaking in our last update, and have moved it to the full experience by including the Leaderboards allowing you to see the top of each rank and where you land in the world of rankings, as well as bringing in 3 new symmetrical 1v1 maps custom made for our ranked play!

With this in mind, we have also reset the rankings to start the Leaderboards fresh. You’ll need to play your 5 provisional games to get your new rank.

Our System Designer now has the ability to make symmetrical planets, do CSG editing, and add custom metal placement for all you modders and planet creators out there! This is the first steps on this, and we plan on expanding the functionality of the designer even further in the future!

There’s been a ton of changes, tweaks, and bugfixes in this one, so keep reading for a more detailed list and head on over to the official forums for discussion!

[General] You are now able to chat after games, even in chronocam mode
[General] Added in backer names on more commanders in the Armory
[General] More backer names are now in for planets and Galactic War credits
[General] Nukes now have a specific effect if they happen in space
[General] Jigs have a new custom explosion effect

[Balance] Jigs now explode in a nuke sized explosion (drag select will space these to be safe, but you can hand place them closer if you feel lucky)
[Balance] Change to Dox vision from 150 to 100
[Balance] Commander torpedoes rate of fire reduced from 2.0 per second to 1.0 per second
[Balance] Commander torpedoes range reduced from 200 to 160
[Balance] Dox will now correctly fire on factories
[Balance] Nuke damage will now expand out to match the effect

[Ranked] Leaderboards are now online (found under Multiplayer off the main menu)
[Ranked] Players can watch the last replay of the top 10 of each rank in the Leaderboards
[Ranked] 3 new custom made 1v1 planets for Ranked play, to replace the old pool
[Ranked] You can no longer pause in ranked games
[Ranked] Disconnecting in a ranked game now pauses it and gives the disconnected player 180 seconds to reconnect before they forfeit
[Ranked] A player has 30 seconds to show up for a ranked lobby before the game is abandoned
[Ranked] A player disconnecting from a ranked lobby now immediately abandons the game (and applies a penalty to the abandoning player, like before)
[Ranked] Players are now notified when they have a match and are tabbed away (flashing icon and sound)
[Ranked] A new and louder sound now plays when you find a match.

[System Designer] We’ve implemented symmetrical planet creation
[System Designer] You can now edit CSGs (move, add, delete, copy, paste, rotate, raise, and lower them)
[System Designer] You can now place or remove metal spots
[System Designer] All System Editor hotkeys can be found under settings and changed if you like
[System Designer] Orbiting bodies are not allowed to be more massive than what they are orbiting (As a placeholder fix, the system designer will move the orbiting planet to orbit the sun if you increase mass higher than the planet it orbits)
[System Designer] Water flows into custom CSG

[UI] Lots of small changes to bring more continuity through the UI
[UI] When first entering game, we have a bar added to give new players an idea of the initial controls
[UI] Top 3 players from the Leaderboard are listed on main menu along with their last replay
[UI] The message telling you that your opponent abandoned the ranked lobby will no longer disappear after 5 seconds.

[AI] Now uses Gas Giants
[AI] Neural net tweaks
[AI] Will now build Annihilaser
[AI] Better handling of platoons
[AI] All known issues of AI getting stuck now fixed
[AI] Added a large set of new AI names
[AI] Now better performance in the late game due to smarter pathing choices

[Bug fixes] Changing economy after everyone has clicked ready will unready everyone
[Bug fixes] Your rank changes will now immediately update after a match
[Bug fixes] Replaced the messed up “5” in the font
[Bug fixes] Landing zone low resolution circles now removed
[Bug fixes] Straight line graphics bug when you look up through atmosphere into space is now fixed
[Bug fixes] Linux should now correctly load all translated locales
[Bug fixes] You should now be able to see the quit confirmation even if the game is paused
[Bug fixes] Nukes and commander explosion damage should now better match the visual effect
[Bug fixes] Fixed some of the instances of jerky movement
[Bug fixes] Orbital Fabbers will now correctly build on planets other than their current planet
[Bug fixes] Fixed detection that the planet you are orbiting was destroyed while attempting to move somewhere else
[Bug fixes] Commander AA now prioritizes air correctly
[Bug fixes] You should no longer be incorrectly prompted to reconnect to an old game
[Bug fixes] Attempting to requeue after playing matchmaking should no longer prompt you to reconnect to the game you just played
[Bug fixes] Connecting to a matchmaking game should be more reliable

[Armory] New Commander: Berlinetta
[Armory] New Commander: Banditks

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October 9

Release Build: 73737 with Offline Play

Online? Offline? However you want to play Planetary Annihilation, it’s your choice. Starting now, you can take your battles completely offline.

We’re happy to announce the release of the offline server. Offline server allows you to take over the galaxy in Galactic War without connecting to the Internet. You can also battle against your frenemies or the AI over a LAN.

You'll also see your massive armies moving around much better now. After almost two months, and a team focused on improving pathing, you should see major improvements on unit pathing, reliability and performance across the board. And as always, each build includes a host of bug fixes, performance improvements, and ever more polish.

Notes for offline play:
- We have had a few reports of people unable to launch offline server mode. If this happens to you, please go to settings and turn off Local Server. We are exploring the issue internally, and will be getting out a fix ASAP. Thanks for your patience.
- Local Server Settings: Auto will determine the best mode to use based on your system specs and requested game mode. On will always try and use local server for any supported game modes. Off will force your client to still connect to our servers for all game modes.

You can always find more information and help in our FAQ, located here:

For more detailed build notes, please keep reading:

[Server] Turned off the idle timer for local games.
[Server] Turns off local server when use is not "recommended". Current threshold is 4+ cores & 8+GB memory. (Matches our Steam recommended spec.)
[Server] The server is 64-bit only. Due to memory restrictions and a number of other technical roadblocks, there is no 32-bit server version. (This only affects Windows, since Windows is the only platform that still supports a 32-bit client)
[Server] The spec that the server looks for to run locally is the same as our recommended spec - 8GB of RAM and quad core. You can override this by setting Local Server to "On", which means it will try and use a local server for everything - except online hosted games, which still go through Uber's online server management.

[System Editor] Planets now look exactly the same in game as they do in the system editor.
[System Editor] Metal spot placement now looks exactly the same in game as it does in the system editor.

[UI] Spectator UI upgrades
[UI] System editor UI polish

Detail Pathing Notes:

- Flow Field Integration has much improved CPU and Memory performance
Sectors are now independent from terrain meshes resulting in much smaller sectors.

- Better Path Planning
Smaller sectors make the higher level path graph more granular which results in more 'accurate' path planning. In the past units might go 'right' when they should have gone 'left' around a rock, this change fixes that.

- Dynamic Walls support
If you surround yourself using dynamic wall pieces the pathfinder behaves correctly.
We now rebuild the path graph and small / large pathable islands so 'pathability' queries are correct.

- Faster Nav startup time
Nav Voxels now use an inlining OctTree container which improves start up time as well as run time and memory usage.


- General nav bug fixes and improvements
(lots of little things here, hard to say unless I look over the last couple months of checkins)

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About This Game

Colonize solar systems, annihilate homeworlds, and exterminate your foes in epic interplanetary battles with multiple players and thousands of units. Planetary Annihilation takes strategy gaming to a never-before-seen scale -- and gives players powerful tools to control the action.

Blow up everything, anywhere; dominate with punishing spacecraft, robots, and other futuristic machines of war. Arm asteroids and send them on planet-destroying collision courses. And take over an entire galaxy in a dynamic single-player mode with procedurally generated content. Don’t just win, annihilate!

Key Features Include:

  • Epic Single-Player - Galactic War is a twist on traditional real-time strategy campaigns that has players battling across a dynamic galaxy filled with procedurally-generated content. Every playthrough is different. Annihilation is final.
  • Epic Multiplayer - Play with up to ten friends (or enemies) in massive free-for-all and team-based matches.
  • Spectate And Broadcast - Spectate matches with a suite of incredible viewing options or broadcast with integrated Twitch.TV support.
  • Advanced Command And Control - With intuitive drags and clicks, seamlessly switch between planets, mine resources, create custom unit formations, or pulverize armies.
  • Dynamic Picture-In-Picture - View and interact with your units on another planet in a second window as you focus and control the action in your primary view.
  • Instant Replays - View in-match recordings in real-time while matches are in progress. See when a battle turned by rewinding the game to any point or check out the entire match after a game ends.
  • Smash Planets - Don’t just win, annihilate. End games with the mother of all weapons: an asteroid on a collision course.

*Internet connection required.

System Requirements

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS:Windows Vista SP2 64-bit
    • Processor:32 or 64-bit Dual Core or better
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Memory:Integrated graphics with shared memory requires 6GB
    • Graphics:Shader 3.0 / OpenGL 3.2 +
    • Resolution:1280x720
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
    • Additional:These specs are still being determined.
    • Additional:Windows XP is NOT supported. The game will not run in XP.
    • Offline Mode:To automatically use a local server, we require 8GB of RAM and 4 logical CPUs. Local server requires 64-bit. There is no 32-bit server.
      OS:Windows 7 64-bit
    • Processor:Quad Core
    • Memory:8 GB RAM
    • Graphics:Dedicated Graphics Chip (Not Integrated) / OpenGL 3.2+
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
    • Additional:These specs are still being determined.
    • Offline Mode:To automatically use a local server, we require 8GB of RAM and 4 logical CPUs. Local server requires 64-bit. There is no 32-bit server.
    • OS:OS/X 10.7, 10.8 or 10.9 (64-bit only)
    • Processor:64-bit Dual Core or better
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Graphics:Shader 3.0 / Open GL 3.2+
    • Resolution:1280x720
    • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
    • Additional:These specs are still being determined.
    • Additional:32-bit versions of OS X are not supported
    • Offline Mode:To automatically use a local server, we require 8GB of RAM and 4 logical CPUs.
    • We urge all OS/X users to use the free upgrade to 10.9 to guarantee maximum compatibility and performance.
    • Offline Mode:To automatically use a local server, we require 8GB of RAM and 4 logical CPUs.
    • OS:Ubuntu 12.04/13.04, Linux Mint 14 & 15 (64-bit only)
    • Processor:64-bit Dual Core or better
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Graphics:Shader 3.0 / Open GL 3.2+
    • Resolution:1280x720
    • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
    • Additional:These specs are still being determined.
    • Additional:32-bit distributions of Linux are not supported.
    • Offline Mode:To automatically use a local server, we require 8GB of RAM and 4 logical CPUs.
    • OS:Ubuntu 12.04/13.04, Linux Mint 14 & 15 (64-bit only)
    • Processor:64-bit Dual Core or better
    • Memory:8 GB RAM
    • Graphics:Shader 3.0 / Open GL 3.2+
    • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
    • Additional:These specs are still being determined.
    • Offline Mode:To automatically use a local server, we require 8GB of RAM and 4 logical CPUs.
Helpful customer reviews
56 of 82 people (68%) found this review helpful
90.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 20
I truly love this game. It does have something great about it. So I am going to bash the **** out of it now.

This game could be so great, but sadly it just falls short.
If this was truly a hard working little indy dev struggling to make it in this world then I would not be writing the wall of text before you!

I also understand the amount of hard work that has been put into the game of which a sizable chuck goes in credit to the actual fans and modders, since they are likely to make the game better than the people that actually earned money from it.

Planets? Flat, lifeless with a few cracks and if you are really lucky, you might get a raised platau a toddler could step down off of, and yet your giant commander cannot! Shoddy half arsed textures. Metal planets not looking metal at all. Strange knobbly mountains and bits that really, just get in the way of the already terrible pathing.
Controls? Buggy, not clear and needing work.
Boats? Whats the point, seriously? Maybe to defend a base with but unless your world has half water, you wont be using them to attack... Seriously! Because you CANT!!!! You cat get anywhere near the enemy with your super slow, super useless ships.
Again, the aircraft are insanely overpowered. Yet they talk about balance issues with a unit cannon?!?
No shields. When you crowdfund a game, give the people the game they crowdfunded! Or was it "backed" or "supported", noone seems to make their mind up and as with every game nowadays there is an army of drones that make excuses for these sorry game designers making money off your backs.
People have a right to be annoyed and to say it and to express ANGER at this kind of thing.

And now, to rip Galactic war, the Single Player element of Planetary Annihilation.

Terrible UI and genrally GW is devoid of feeling, story or substance.
Limited things to do, getting the "cards" to upgrade generally needs work, more cards, variation, a real reason to play GW.
You cant move around at all on the game map. If you want to travel backwards past previously conquered planets on the galaxy grid you have to click each individual planet and click travel, agian and again and again and again and again. You think Im kidding? Ha!
I know there is a "mod" to fix this map movement issue,!! made by the community !!. Lazy work letting the community fix your game. Lost respect for you guys after this. I shouldnt need a mod for a game to make it playable.
Buttons clunky, interface clunky, doesnt feel nice at all and sucks to be you if you get stuck on a 1v3 in the Galactic War when the enemy computer commanders can throw nukes at you from other planets but you cant even land on their planet which is heavily fortified with orbital units and air units and maybe some mostly useless land units. The reason you cannot land on a fortified planet is because all you can build is one unit type you use to travel between planets called the Atreus. This Atreus can only hold ONE unit at a time so if the computer has locked the planet down good luck getting onto it!!!
I did actually get 200 Atreus loaded with T2 builders and tanks and land and get a portal up that had hundreds of T2 units that all swarmed thru as soon as it was built. I did this THREE TIMES to THREE PLANETS in ONE GAME. Yeah, it was satisfying but blow me down if it isnt a serious game flaw. Its not hard, its stupid and badly balanced and badly done.

Is this game still in Beta? NO! but it should be.
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48 of 76 people (63%) found this review helpful
8.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 17
The game just isn't there.

It looks amazing, the concept sounds amazing, but it just wasn't done "right".

Ultimately the game is not horrible and I am sure that I could still enjoy some matches, but for the most part I just find the game lacking in many (needed and simple) ways. To give an example, this game is said to be RTS. While by definition I suppose it is, the strategy element is the weakest simply because every game mostly consists of unit spamming. It basically just comes down to who can get the biggest army the fastest, and there are very few opportunities for tactical flanking, unit countering, etc.

The final nail in the coffin for this game (to me) was the Galactic Conquest mode. It sounded amazing and I was expecting something akin to Star Wars Empire at War. Instead it is quite literally nothing more than "exploring" a pre-generated map, and whenever you encounter an enemy force, you then have to fight it. There are no turns, so the enemy does nothing, and the only "strategy" involved is you having to choose which units you can build via which "techs" you hang on to (you can only hold three at the beginning). Oh and you don't research the techs, you find them on planets...

At any rate, I just can't give this game a positive review. It had the potential to be awesome, but I feel that it failed.
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49 of 78 people (63%) found this review helpful
30.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 12
I played a lot of total anihhilation as a child back in the day and this was a must. I know its not a direct successor but to me it is. A lot of the game mechanics feel like they are straight from the 90's. The way you harvest metal and energ. The way you build buildings its all just great.

-You can slam planets into other planets
-You can build up some crazy armies in ludicrously short periods of time
-Smart graphics. Its definatley a different style to your normal rts but I really like them
-The games with 5 or 6 players are just bonkers! I'm not very good but its just utter brilliance watching the havoc unfold!
-If you loved TA you will love this
-I have only found one bug
-Sometimes, there is just so much carnage, its a joy just sitting back and watching everything explode, mushroom clouds and all....and then someone puts a planet on top of the whole thing. Everybody wins.

-Compared to TA it feels like there is a lack of units
-Sometimes the AI goes into "fail" mode and just sucks ♥♥♥
-The camera is somewhat fiddely but bareable
-THIS IS MY BIGGEST NEGATIVE- Planets and moons share the same orbit

Overall its a great game and I dont know what all the complaints and negatives are doing here. No, there isnt a tutorial but has this generation of gamers really had their brains melted out of their noses due to radiation and cod smack talk so much that they either cant work it out for themselves or use google?. It doesnt take a genius to work anything out the only thing i had to check online was some of the camera work.

YOur commander builds your basic stuff, your basic stuff builds advanced stuff and your advanced stuff does advanced stuff...stuff. Like throw nukes around the planet, or just throw planets at other planets, or teleport all your guys onto another planet, they all die but you throw a planet at the enemy anyway.
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39 of 62 people (63%) found this review helpful
129.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 15
I don`t want to write a negative review about this game because it has a REALLY HUGE potential but it is out of early access and its STILL NOT READY ! - so i think Supreme Commander 1+2 are 100ways better ^^ !!!!!!! if my english is false i´m german ...
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42 of 70 people (60%) found this review helpful
5.0 hrs on record
Posted: October 28
Every game I have played of Planetary Annihilation has been plagued by bugs, fps issues and general disapointment. The main issue I take with PA aside from its stability, is its lack of units. To win you have to use a "Super weapon" e.g. the death laser, weaponised asteroids and nukes. You lack the ability to win conventionally. All these issues do not exist in this games progenitors: Sup Com and Total Annihilation.

To put it in as few words as possible: Playing Planetary Annihilation makes me want to play Supreme Commander: Forged Alliance.
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11 of 15 people (73%) found this review helpful
20.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 26
I almost didn't buy this because of the bad reviews but I'm very glad that i did and that's my reason for leaving a review. As a big fan of Total Annihilation back in the day i can happily say that I'm not disappointed by Planetary Annihilation, it is a good quality successor and if you enjoyed TA then this should take you back.

There are some minor balancing issues [bit of a noob comment from the time of review, the game seems fairly well balanced, however i'm sure it'll be tweaked further] but this should be fixed in future patches. The gameplay is fun, very fast paced and the strategy is more than deep enough to make wins satisfying but not so overly complex that it becomes tedious or unappealing.

I have a feeling that some of the negative reviews and complaints about the strategy elements are down to a lack of a tutorial which is a shame. The game doesn't have lots and lots of units and buildings and no tech upgrades and so forth but in my opinion that's a good thing, it's much more about map control and resource management, it is essentially quite simple but that forces a purer form of strategy from the player who must think and react very quickly and creatively.

+Enjoyable strategy.
+Nice clean simple graphics.
+Enjoyable 1v1 ranked matches.
+Seems to be a fairly good community.
+Can be very fast paced and fun 10 to 30 min battles, or longer more epic matches if desired.
+Now very reasonably priced.

-Some balancing issues. [Not really an issue currently]
-Developers apparently not very active.
-Not many units, a flame tower for example would be nice and i'm sure there are a few simple additions which would spice up gameplay quite a bit.
-No tutorial.

My hope is that patches will polish the game further because it's very close to being excellent in my opinion and a worthy TA successor.

P.S. I would highly recommend downloading PA Mod Manager where there are some very useful mods which help aid the controls and gameplay. Also, read the guides on the steam community page which are a good tutorial substitute to help get you started. Oh and check out Zaphodx on youtube to get an idea of competitive online play!
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34 of 59 people (58%) found this review helpful
27.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 9
cool concept, but game is still not fully developed. Bad AI, no tutorial, etc...
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6 of 10 people (60%) found this review helpful
23.6 hrs on record
Posted: November 17
Could have been so much more than it is. Did not live up to the hype. The game is unfinished, there's no tutorial, which it needs because it's quite a complex games, and the units aren't very well balanced. Bringing in the original narrator from the old Total Annihilation game to narrate the intro was a nice touch, but the game otherwise lacks a clear storyline, compared to the rich storyline TA had.

I want to like this game, I really do, and it's not a bad game per se. But to understand the game and play it well you need to have played the original TA.
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7 of 12 people (58%) found this review helpful
53.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 9
Really fun to play. Can get repetetive at times fighting AI, but thats what the online is for. You can play as a giant commander moving your units around taking over a planet and its resources, to build more units so you can overwhelm, nuke, crash a moon, or fire a deathstar laser at your enemies. If that doesn't sound fun then videogames might not be your thing.
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7 of 12 people (58%) found this review helpful
57.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 5
Planetary Annihilation is a solid RTS, and it is very fun. It is also true that the developers didn't get everything they wanted to get into the game. Some people are angry about that. I would recommend buying this game on sale, and make sure you have a good computer. If you want to stream you need an very good computer. Nuff'said.
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7 of 12 people (58%) found this review helpful
39.7 hrs on record
Posted: November 9
It's a buggy mess at the moment and Uber is not taking the responsability to fix it atm. I don't trust them and I won't buy another one of the products. I can't believe their audacity to propose Human Resources after they served us this pile of ♥♥♥♥. Still pretty fun when it works, but the strategy lacks depth and variety. One faction and a very limited library of units and buildings. Honestly, Total Annihilation is on GOG for $6 and has a large modding community with working multiplayer from the Game Ranger client; much more worth your time.
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
190.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 26
200 hours and still going strong. I like this game.
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6 of 11 people (55%) found this review helpful
3.9 hrs on record
Posted: November 5
What can I say? This game is hard. And when I say hard it means balls to the wall hard. Look at this lovely base you've constructed, nice, huh? Oh ♥♥♥♥, the AI is attacking you. ♥♥♥♥, close call. Oh, they're attacking again. Okay, some losses, but we're good. Let's see what will I build, let me - ♥♥♥♥ AGAIN? Oh, there goes all my factories, good.

Guess I'll never explode a planet, oh well.

Good game if you want a futuristic RTS, but expect some frustrating moments.
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6 of 11 people (55%) found this review helpful
5.7 hrs on record
Posted: November 8
Now, to start off, the game itself isn't necessarily bad. At its core, way, way down, the games mechanics and overall idea and design are actually very good. Its fast paced, action packed, and keeps you on your toes; and its art-style is fresh and pleasant to look at. When it worked, I enjoyed it a lot.
Ahh, but theres the bad part: when it worked. The game is techinically out of its beta/dev stage, but it still feels like its in it. Not only does the game lack any form of tutorial or guide in-game (you can find some on youtube), but the game also suffers from balancing issues:
-Naval units are completely pointless. There is so little water on most planets in the first place, and they pack 0 punch.
-It is WAY to tedious to try to do some of the things that the trailers brag about you being able to do in the game. The perfect example: slamming asteroids into enemy bases. Sure, its cool when you do it, but its not much of a reward to your hours of effort trying to do it.
And then, of course, there are the bugs/glitches:
-Graphical glitches have been the worst lately. Does anyone remember Total war: Rome 2's release? Thats the state the game has been hovering in ever since it's 'release'.
-Enemy and troop a.i. will sometimes just die on you mid-combat.
-Pathing is pretty bad: it was worse, but its been somewhat addressed in (the most) recent patches.
-and many, many more...
The worst part about it is that Uber entertainment is seemingly preparing to abandon the game. Most of you have likely heard of the cancellation of 'Human recources' on kickstarter. Why are they attempting to create an entirely new game when PA isnt even finished, let alone polished? And there are plenty of us that remember SMNC. It is quite clear that the executives at uber entertainment are aiming more toward creating cash-ins than creating solid, fully complete games; likely the product of coorporate greed. Or maybe they arn't even aware that thet're doing what they are doing?
In conclusion, PA is a fun and fresh RTS with some fun gameplay elements, but its masked by a sea of bugs, a lack of gamemodes/additional content, and an overwhelming feeling of incompleteness. I give it a 5/10 when factoring in the bugs and other problems; a 7-8/10 when looking at FULLY WORKING gameplay. I only recommend this if you are willing to deal with all of said problems and really enjoy RTS's.
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6 of 11 people (55%) found this review helpful
33.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 10
This game is amazing I can't stop playing it I love how the metal planets can become a death star kinda thing that destroys planets it is super fun to do that
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7 of 13 people (54%) found this review helpful
14.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 9
Fun at first, until the realization hits that this game is all about economy and not really at all about warfare. Pretty much just build a big army and send it at someone. You can try surgical, but turrets (especially air) are fairly cheap and do work if set up with just a little bit of intelligence. The whole planet busting thing is cool, but only late game when playin against lots of people. Also, the interface needs to be streamlined in order to more easily control units, because its very easy to lose them and not have workers working on anything. In conclusion, too much economy, not enough warfare, poor interface.
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7 of 13 people (54%) found this review helpful
45.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 6
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7 of 13 people (54%) found this review helpful
55.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 31
A solid RTS on a ridicoulus scale.
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7 of 13 people (54%) found this review helpful
218.7 hrs on record
Posted: November 2
it was fun
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8 of 15 people (53%) found this review helpful
294.3 hrs on record
Posted: October 30
Tunngle + Planetary Annihilation = Thumbs up !
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