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Fecha de lanzamiento: 26 jun. 2013

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“Endless Space es un juego refinado e inteligente con incontables variaciones. Su fuerza reside en un equilibrio esmerado e ingenioso, así como en las recompensas que obtienen todos los estilos de juego. Hace tiempo que no veíamos un juego de estrategia como este.”
8/10 – IGN

“Por si todavía no lo tienes claro: lánzate a por él. Si eres un jugador con experiencia, ve a por él. ¿No tienes experiencia con el género 4X y te asusta un poco? Ve a por él.”
9/10 – FactorNews

“Para ser el primero, es un juego sorprendentemente complejo, exigente y motivador.”
82% – GameStar

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Disharmony proporciona una experiencia totalmente nueva a los jugadores de Endless Space. Hace su aparición la «Armonía», una nueva facción con un estilo de juego único. Las batallas serán aún más intensas con la incorporación de cazas y bombarderos, las formaciones de batalla, un nuevo sistema de selección de objetivos, un sistema de armamento rediseñado y mecánicas de invasión mejoradas. Los rivales de IA serán mucho más previsibles con la incorporación de un nuevo «Sistema Multiagente Adaptativo». ¡Prepara tu imperio para batallas épicas!

TRASFONDO DE LA HISTORIA

La Armonía ha estado en movimiento desde el nacimiento del universo, atravesando galaxias, buscando el Núcleo. Su migración fue deliberada, tranquila, inevitable.

El Polvo fue su perdición. Quedaron atrapados en la galaxia de los Eternos; esta extraña creación tecnológica que afectaba a partículas, campos y ondas transformó el sencillo movimiento de la Armonía en una cacofonía de individuos encadenados a la gravedad. La Armonía ve el Polvo como una amenaza o una plaga y se ha propuesto librar al universo de sus efectos.

Para el resto de la galaxia, esta limpieza es un apocalipsis menor. La Armonía está compuesta de criaturas de mineral que no diferencian entre planetas «habitados» y «deshabitados». Para ellas simplemente están «limpios» o «infectados». Y no habrá piedad para los infectados...

¡La Era de la Disarmonía ha empezado!

CARACTERÍSTICAS PRINCIPALES

  • Una nueva facción llamada «la Armonía» con un único objetivo en mente: ¡aniquilar el Polvo!
  • Nuevas unidades de cazas y bombarderos que cambiarán completamente la forma de combatir, sobre todo con la nueva formación de batalla y los sistemas de selección de objetivos.
  • Una completa transformación de la interfaz de diseño de nave, incluido un sistema de armamento mejorado que proporciona tipos familiares para módulos (cuerpo a cuerpo, alcance medio y largo alcance).
  • Se han añadido nuevas mecánicas de invasión: ¡prepara a tu población para bombardeos, asedios e invasiones terrestres!
  • Prepárate a enfrentarte a un auténtico desafío jugando contra rivales de IA con el nuevo Sistema Multiagente Adaptativo (SMA).
  • Muchas otras incorporaciones y características votadas o solicitadas por la comunidad, incluidos 4 nuevos héroes y una nueva opción para desactivar Intercambio de tecnologías

Requisitos del sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
    Mínimo:
    • SO: Windows XP SP3 / Vista / 7
    • Procesador: Core 2 Duo o equivalente
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Gráfica con 256 MB de VRAM y compatible con DX9
    • Versión de DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Disco Duro: 2 GB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Dispositivo compatible con DirectX 9
    Recomendado:
    • SO: Windows XP SP3 / Vista / 7
    • Procesador: Core i5 / i7 o equivalente
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Gráfica con 512 MB de VRAM, compatible con DirectX 9 y con soporte para Pixel Shader 3.0
    • Versión de DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Disco Duro: 2 GB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Dispositivo compatible con DirectX 9
    Minimum:
    • OS:MAC OS X 10.6.7 or higher
    • Processor:Intel Core Duo Processor (2GHz or better)
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:ATI Radeon 2400 or higher / NVIDIA 8600M or higher / Intel HD Graphics 3000
    • Hard Drive:3 GB HD space
    Recommended:
    • OS:MAC OS X 10.6.7 or higher
    • Processor:Intel Core Duo Processor (2GHz or better)
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Graphics:ATI Radeon 2400 or higher / NVIDIA 8600M or higher / Intel HD Graphics 3000
    • Hard Drive:3 GB HD space
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Eeyore Kirby [Misoski] CommS007
Publicado el 20 de mayo
enjoyable good 4x game :3

easy customizable too :D
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VF
Publicado el 4 de mayo
This is a mechanic change for many things, do buy if you enjoy the base Endless Space.
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BigBoyArthur
Publicado el 28 de marzo
Pretty good game i really enjoyed the game the artwork and the music are beautiful
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ToXeN
Publicado el 19 de febrero
So I never played the vanilla Endless Space, just disharmony. What I wanted is a good Civilization clone. And this isn't that. It's dull, it's complicated, and the enemy just destroys you. I had 4 ships, the enemy had 4 fleets with 8 ships each. Oh and unbeatable pirates....... yeah pirates. So if you're lokking for a Civ V clone, just avoid this.
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[Bong-Tech]
Publicado el 1 de febrero
Very good turn based strategy game. An indepth tech tree and good faction choices make for different possibilities every game. :) :) :)
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Lee
Publicado el 25 de enero
More DLC.
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VesuviusSentinel
Publicado el 12 de enero
Loved it. Can't wait for the second.
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mityrka
Publicado el 10 de enero
This DLC is a must. Completely changes the game. Love it!
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Mikhail Borkaleyev
Publicado el 10 de enero
I approve of this game.
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Mecha King Kong
Publicado el 26 de noviembre de 2015
I usually hate DLC to the point of giving it an automatic negative review but that's mainly due to the way developers use it to scam more money from their fanbase. Disharmony is one of the exceptions, adding so much great content that it feels like a total upgrade of the original game. Worth the price.
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Recomendado
Publicado el 2 de noviembre de 2014
Una expansión que no está nada mal. El contenido del juego se amplía con la inclusión de una nueva raza con sus mecánicas propias, así como nuevos eventos para las campañas, nuevos héroes, nuevas unidades y cosas similares. A mayores, las mecánicas de batalla son profundizadas a través de la inclusión de formaciones que añaden una nueva capa de jugabilidad y estrategia adicional a las batallas, así como las nuevas mecánicas de bombardeo planetario.

En conjunto, no es una expansión revolucionaria ni compleja, pero por el precio que tiene si que es una expansión muy recomendable que añade diversidad y mejora el juego de forma notable. Un 7.
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Recomendado
Publicado el 18 de octubre de 2013
Disharmony is an excellent expansion pack to a fantastic game that adds a lot of things that were missing from the base game, the one problem I have with Disharmony is the Harmony themselves, they aren't properly balanced with the other races and tend to be drastically weaker than everyone else.
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A 66 de 73 personas (90%) les ha sido útil este análisis
Recomendado
Publicado el 27 de junio de 2013
Somehow they took endless space and made it better. With the inclusion of fighters, increased combat depth, as well as some slight changes in game mechanics, no longer will you feel like combat is just a matter of auto resolving. If you liked the core game at all, you gota get this expansion!
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Recomendado
Publicado el 23 de julio de 2015
I wouldn't play the game without it honestly, I know some people got the base game via the Humble Bundle...

http://endlessspace.wikia.com/wiki/Endless_Space:_Disharmony

Not only does it add a faction, it changes several others that were originally just reskins; it COMPLETELY changes the combat mechanics, the ship editor is different, lots of stuff :x

I make this review mainly to bring that to people's attention; in all honesty, the game should've gotten some of this stuff without having to pay for it so I hate to give it a thumbs up, but yeah, if you want to like this game, get Disharmony :>
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A 26 de 28 personas (93%) les ha sido útil este análisis
Recomendado
Publicado el 17 de diciembre de 2014
The visuals in this game are amazing. The planets are gorgeous, and the space battles colorful. The ship designer is cool, but is unlike the Gal Civ 2 ship designer. In Gal Civ 2 and other games, you can design the hull. In Endless Space, the hull (and therfore, the look) is constant. You can only modify what the ship carries (weapons, defenses, support modules, etc.). I really enjoy the heros, system strategy, macro strategy, and the game creation options. All in all, this is a very solid 4X game.
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A 22 de 23 personas (96%) les ha sido útil este análisis
Recomendado
Publicado el 4 de marzo de 2015
This was previously posted as a review under the Endless Space - Emperor Edition. Oops.
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First of all, I'm writing this as I listen to the ES soundtrack which comes with the Emperor Edition. Really enjoy it. As for the game, well...

I downloaded the two Amplitude titles, Endless Space (Emperor, with Disharmony, etc) and Endless Legend at the same time. Started playing EL first. And it's a good way to learn the Amplitude FIDS system (Food, Industry, Dust, Science). Dust = money in the Endless worlds. It introduces the world of the Endless, Auriga, which makes an appearance in ES Disharmony. Disharmony is what I'll review here; it's newer, better and has a faction you may want.

Pros:
- Good looking game.
- Great sounding game.
- Fairly flawless play system (a couple of hangs in 80 hours, I can live w/that).
- Enough factions and options to make almost any custom setup you want. And you WILL want a custom faction if you play this for very long. A bunch of galaxy styles? Yes, please. Random galaxy and system events keep things non-linear early, as do, uh, pirates. Yeah, pirates.
- Disharmony has tie-ins to the Endless Legend game, so if you have played that, it feels more complete. Auriga, the Vaulters, probably a few other aspects I've missed. No pushy super-diplomats like the Drakken in EL, thankfully.
- If you miss the old MOO games, this should fit the bill.

Cons:
- In comparison with other 4x games, space and flatland both, this is probably the most aggressive universe I've played. Factions will go from Peace to War in not so many turns, if they think you can be taken on the battlefield. The result is a flurry of early shipbuilding by everybody, including the player if they want to get past 50 turns in w/o a war. No leisurely stroll through the stars here while you throw upgrade after upgrade onto your planets.
- Because of that, I have a hard time believing some victory conditions are doable. Namely the diplomatic victory. And diplomacy is fairly flavorless.
- The tech tree takes several playthroughs to understand to full advantage. And the tree in Disharmony is different from the one in the base ES game.
- I wouldn't say the AI cheats, but even on Normal difficulty, there is a noticeable difference in the nearby planets the player gets vs the AIs.
- Certain features are left either to accidental discovery or forum browsing to find out about (Ctrl-RightClick for fleet warp movement is one).
- Fleet management. Easy to add ships to a fleet, but to pull one or two out, seems like you have to select Disband and then put the fleet back together.

To win: So far, all I've won is a couple of games on Scientific Victory, with a custom faction based on the Vaulters; they have a jump/portal system improvement which brings back some balance against the pesky AI. In the research tree there is also a Wonder Victory (which may vary by faction?), but that requires research and then building it. You can win Supremacy by building ships from the get-go and taking out races before they do the same to you, not my personal style. Haven't made it to 300 turns which I'm assuming is the same default game end as EL; it's kill, be killed, or research the heck out of the tree and win that way, and most of that will happen well before turn 200. ES has few autosaves and no natural interval to save games at (vs EL, where every 20 turns you have empire decisions to make); I'd advise doing regular saves.

8/10. It's a nice clean space 4x game which will frustrate at first, but is fine once you get to know it. I'm 80 hours in and have just scratched the surface.
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A 13 de 14 personas (93%) les ha sido útil este análisis
Recomendado
Publicado el 28 de diciembre de 2014
Endless Space is definitely a good game, and worth playing if you like 4X games at all. Ultimately though, the game was a bit bland gameplay-wise; the setting, factions and worldbuilding are very good, but battles aren't very interactive, sometimes seem to come down to a game of rock-paper-scissors, and there isn't much complexity to them.

This expansion helps, adding more depth to combat and a lore-based win condition that fits better with the lore than plain old conquest. But ultimately the gameplay still feels kind of anemic, though it's fun and you can certainly spend several full days on it.

Ultimately though, Endless Space and its expansion was really more of a prelude to the better (and fairly different) Endless Legend. Endless Space proved the devs could make a good, full-featured game, but it seems like they quickly moved on to their next, more ambitious project. Still, the game is a worthwhile purchase, and its expansion is cheap.
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Recomendado
Publicado el 26 de noviembre de 2015
I usually hate DLC to the point of giving it an automatic negative review but that's mainly due to the way developers use it to scam more money from their fanbase. Disharmony is one of the exceptions, adding so much great content that it feels like a total upgrade of the original game. Worth the price.
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A 11 de 12 personas (92%) les ha sido útil este análisis
Recomendado
Publicado el 1 de febrero de 2015
If you own Endless Space, definately pick this up. Improves many aspects of the game; the main being combat. New factions are very interesting aswell and make for even more intense galactic conquest. For only $10 it adds much, grab it!
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A 27 de 42 personas (64%) les ha sido útil este análisis
No recomendado
Publicado el 24 de abril de 2015
The DLC adds a few new things but unfortunately it breaks more than it adds. You can expect extreme load times (2 minutes instead of previous 10s), disappearing UI elements and even more random AI behavior. I just had an alliance with very friendly AI turn to war in one turn due to "high score" even though my score was dropping constantly.
The Harmony race is also a problem - they can 'purify' a planet so that it can no longer produce dust. The problem is that if you conquer such system it will work normally (produce dust) for dozens of turns until suddently the game goes "wait! it's purified, you can't produce dust here" and slams your dust delta from +70 to -1500 in one turn.
Also the fact that you cannot ever remove the dust impariment from the planet makes Harmony pretty much OP - once they conquer a system it becomes an endless dust drain for any other empire (it does not produce dust but it does cost dust to upkeep all the buildings). In the end if you play as Harmony and conquer a big part of galaxy it's nearly impossible to defeat such a player as it's too heavy a burden on dust to handle.

All in all like I said - it breaks more than it adds so unless you're fine with random sh!t happening randomly at any point, save yourself the nerves and keep to the basic version of the game. It just seems like they release it in beta stage...
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