Endless Legend is a 4X turn-based fantasy strategy game by the creators of Endless Space and Dungeon of the Endless. Control every aspect of your civilization as you struggle to save your homeworld Auriga. Create your own Legend!
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Mixed (314 reviews) - 52% of the 314 user reviews in the last 30 days are positive.
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Release Date: Sep 18, 2014

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April 28

Patch [1.4.4]

Hi everyone,

Here are the release notes for the latest 1.4.4 patch.

CHANGES AND ADDITIONS [Echoes of Auriga Content]
  • The Urces village marked for step 3 of the "Pet Sounds" quest is now located in regions colonised by players.

IMPORTANT FIXES [All versions]
  • Fixed an issue with the Unleashed Potential capacity of the Cultist preacher unit
  • Fixed a potential desync in multiplayer when using battle actions on owned units

FIXES [All versions]

  • Fixed an issue with AI major factions who were reluctant to accept another empire opening borders to them
  • Fixed an issue where false information was displayed for clients regarding the number of past winters
  • Fixed several typos reported by community

FIXES [Specific content]

  • [Shifters only] Fixed an issue where the aspirate resource rate gain was not explained to the player
  • [Shifters only] Fixed Shifter Nature form health regeneration bonus
  • [Echoes of Auriga only] Fixed an issue with "Running with the Hunt" quest where multiple minor faction quests could happen in the same region (sometimes blocking the current quest)

Thank you for sharing your feedback on Steam and the official forum! Check out this thread if you encounter an issue and would like to report it.

~Amplitude Studios

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April 14

Endless Discounts Ending Tonight!

Hi everyone,

All our games and their expansions are still discounted for a few more hours (sales end at 7pm CEST). And, you'll be glad to hear that the issue with the Amplitude Endless Pack is currently solved. :) Thank you all for your patience!

Also note that our new Shifters expansion is still discounted so grab it now for more Endless Legend awesomeness:


~Amplitude Studios

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“Plays out on one of the greatest, most beautiful maps in strategy gaming history. It combines style, substance, and setting into a marvelous overall experience for both empire management and tactical combat.”
8.3/10 – IGN

“BEST STRATEGY GAME 2014 - Reinvents the 4X genre, mirroring what XCOM did for tactical turn-based games, and they have, as today Endless Legend brings the genre to new heights.”
9/10 – Hooked Gamers

“COMMENDATION FOR DESIGN 2014 - At every stage Endless Legend shines. Where it takes from the past, it puts its own spin on it. Where it innovates, it does so cautiously and mostly successfully. Amplitude Studios has created another astounding story-driven game, that really has taken the best bits of RTS, RPG and 4X. This is a game that wannabe developers should play and learn from.”
89% – PC Gamer

Special Edition

Endless Legend Digital Game

  • Play Endless Legend on PC and Mac.

Official Digital Soundtrack

  • All Endless Legend tracks created by FlybyNo in mp3 format.

”Endless Legend” Amplitude Badge

  • Adds a unique badge to your Amplitude account.
  • Adds 500 G2G to the value of your votes on our website.

Endless Legend Digital Game

  • Play Endless Legend on PC and Mac.

Endless Legend "Frozen Fangs" Add-on

  • Adds “Ice Wargs” to the minor faction cast of the game.
  • Adds Namkang to the hero cast of the game.
  • Adds a unique “A song of only ice” trait for your custom factions.

Official Digital Soundtrack

  • All Endless Legend tracks created by FlybyNo in mp3 format.

”Endless Legend” Amplitude Badge

  • Adds a unique badge to your Amplitude account.
  • Adds 500 G2G to the value of your votes on our website.

Dungeon of the Endless "Deep-Freeze" Add-on

  • Adds the “The Refreezerator” spaceship that unlocks a new mode for the game.
  • Adds Kreyang to the hero cast of the game.

About This Game

Create your own Legend

Another sunrise, another day of toil. Food must be grown, industries built, science and magic advanced, and wealth collected. Urgency drives these simple efforts, however, for your planet holds a history of unexplained apocalypse, and the winter you just survived was the worst on record. A fact that has also been true for the previous five.

As you discover the lost secrets of your world and the mysteries of the legends and ruins that exist as much in reality as in rumor, you will come to see that you are not alone. Other peoples also struggle to survive, to grow, and perhaps even to conquer.

You have a city, a loyal populace, and a few troops; your power and magic should be sufficient to keep them alive. But beyond that, nothing is certain… Where will you go, what will you find, and how will you react? Will your trail be one of roses, or of blood?

Explore fantastic lands.

  • Lead one of eight civilizations each with a unique gameplay style and storyline.
  • Survive through cold dark seasons that drive Auriga to its end. Will it also be yours?
  • Experience an endless replayability with randomly generated worlds and quests.
  • Set the size, shape, topography and more... to create your own world to discover.

Expand beyond the unknown.

  • Conquer, build and develop villages into feared fortresses or wonderful cities.
  • Assimilate powerful minor factions and use their special traits and units wisely.
  • Hire, equip and train your heroes to become army leaders or city governors.
  • Raise your civilization by finding mysterious artefacts and forgotten technologies.

Exploit every opportunity.

  • Evolve your civilization through the discovery of new advanced technologies.
  • Collect Dust, luxuries and strategic resources tradable on the marketplace.
  • Keep one step ahead of other civilizations through trade and subtle diplomacy.
  • Choose from different victory conditions and adapt your strategy on the fly.

Exterminate fools who defy you.

  • Experience an innovative dynamic simultaneous turn-based battle system.
  • Use unit equipement, abilities and the terrain to overcome your opponents.
  • Zoom out of a battle and rule the other aspects of your empire seamlessly.
  • Define your custom civilizations and confront those created by your friends.

System Requirements

Mac OS X
    • OS: Windows Vista / 7 / 8 / 8.1
    • Processor: 2.5Ghz Intel Core 2 Quad Q8300 or equivalent
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 1GB nVidia Geforce GT460 or equivalent, 500 MB ATI HD4850 or equivalent
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9 Compatible Audio
    • Additional Notes: Minimum Resolution: 1280 x 720
    • OS: Windows Vista / 7 / 8 / 8.1
    • Processor: 3.5Ghz Intel Core i5 or equivalent
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 1GB nVidia Geforce GTX660 or equivalent, 1GB ATI HD7850 or equivalent
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9 Compatible Audio
    • Additional Notes: Minimum Resolution: 1280 x 720
    • OS: MAC OS X 10.8 or higher
    • Processor: 1.7 GHz Intel Core i5
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512 MB AMD Radeon HD 4850, NVidia GeForce 640 or Intel HD 4000
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Minimum Resolution: 1280 x 720
    • OS: MAC OS X 10.8 or higher
    • Processor: 2nd Generation Intel Core i5 (or greater)
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 1 GB NVidia 750 (or better)
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Minimum Resolution: 1280 x 720
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Super Drunk Guy
( 8.9 hrs on record )
Posted: July 25
This game is like "Hey son, lemme tell you how bad at everything you are." The movie adaptation.
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The Bear Jew
( 112.2 hrs on record )
Posted: July 25
Beautiful world creation, truly has me lost in the soundtrack and visuals while also enjoying my favorite 4X style. Bravo
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The Captain
( 75.7 hrs on record )
Posted: July 24
I've had this game for a while now and enjoyed it greatly. The comparison to Civ5 is kind of obvious, but not really appropriate because the games deliver in different areas. My best suggestion would be to look at a few minutes of gameplay and see if it's the kind of thing you'd like.

- WAY too hard to learn. Expect to play for a while before you know what you're doing, or be willing to do some research. No campaign to explain the different races either.
- Late game is lacking. Feels like a rush to the finish line rather than a maneuver, not helped by the lack of victory progress tracking for each of the empires.
- Simultaneous turns means regions are snatched away by rival settlers the second before you press the button. Also, hotseat isn't supported.
- The races, despite being so varied and interesting, don't behave all that differently from each other as rival empires. Missed opportunity for a lot of character.

- Leveling your heroes is very satsifying and offers a wide range of benefits based on race and class, becoming true powerhouses in the mid game that can help immensely.
- Quest system integrated into empire building rather well, rewarding you for exploring with currency and items for your heroes. Just don't be upset if you miss a few.
- Well done asymmetric gameplay. While not all the races play radically differently, there are some that force a change in strategy, such as only having one city or not using food.
- Tactical battles that let you try to eke out a win against a higher level foe or turn a close contest into a decisive victory. Racial units have some variety in here as well.
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( 13.0 hrs on record )
Posted: July 24
Civ V stripped down to the fun parts and presented with a mix of fantasy and sci-fi story development through quests.
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Buddha Meeple
( 13.2 hrs on record )
Posted: July 24
Although beautifully presented and bringing few innovations to 4x genre at the end of the day it is just more of the same.

For me it has the same flaws that Civilization Beyond Earth has. If you like one you may like the other.
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( 15.6 hrs on record )
Posted: July 23
Great 4X turn based game. If you like Civ V you'll love this game.
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Sapient Surprise
( 46.1 hrs on record )
Posted: July 23
This is one of those game where you say to yourself, "I'll just play a couple more turns and I'll stop" and then 6 hours pass. I had to uninstall this game to make sure I went to bed at a reasonable time. There's a very large learning curve, but it's not impossible to get good at the game. The in game tutorial is lacking so some outside research will probably be needed. 7/10
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( 6.6 hrs on record )
Posted: July 23

It doesn't help that the UI is nonintuitive. But both Endless Legend and Endless Space have the most dry, unflourished UI artwork in existence. It's a matter of personal taste, but this game exemplifies to me what a huge impact really warm nice artwork has in the UI, which this game is completely devoid of.
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( 55.5 hrs on record )
Posted: July 22
Very nice 4x game. The AI is a little weak in end game as it doesn't properly fully upgrade its units, however the diversity of the factions provides a lot of replay value as every faction plays differently and the early game AI is no push over...
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( 61.8 hrs on record )
Posted: July 22
If there's one thing all these negative reviews have in common, it's that they play the game for an hour or two... BibleThump People are so stupid BibleThump
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186 of 194 people (96%) found this review helpful
7 people found this review funny
1,829.2 hrs on record
Posted: June 26
I looked through a lot of reviews before writing this and I find myself in a quandry. I can understand both the positive and negative reviews I read, they are mostly coherent and true. I have played most of the 4x games(historical, fantasy and sci-fi) that have ever been published so I think I can reasonably say I am speaking from experience.

I have played over 1400 hours including all the expansions. With that said I obviously like the game and I don't think I have anything new to say that you can't already read in other reviews.

There are still some things that bug me about the game even after several expansions and updates and I think they deserve mentioning. I have noticed that people that like this game are almost defensive about it and refuse to admit it's weaknesses.

Documentation, rules, tutorials - These are all pretty bad especially for a game that many people would find complex. I really enjoy games with depth to them, that is not what I am talking about. Even after 1400 hours their are technical elements of the game I do not understand and rules I am surprised by. That shouldn't happen (especially with an experienced gamer). Much of the useful documentation has been published by players. I find it frustrating to dig through home made guides that may or may not answer my questions. The discussion group can be equally opaque. Hoping you can guess the right key word that will take you to a comment applicable to your issue is equally frustrating. Just as a prime example, the game has several races you can play. There was 1 race in particular that I just wasn't understanding fully despite a variety of searches. At one point someone suggested a tutorial on YouTube. I clicked the link, it was just under an hour long!? And, no I did not even try to watch it.

Combat - In a way this goes with my previous comment. Despite my research I still don't think I fully understand the manual combat. You give your units some generalized commands(order matters) and hope they do what you asked of them. Some of the behavior the units perform is thoroughly bewildering, i.e. you tell a unit to 'Defend' and it charges forward? Regardless, it is a long game and between that and the peculiarities of combat I simply use autocombat barring some unusual circumstances. Personally I enjoy empire building over tactics, but that is just a matter of taste.

Bugs - despite how long it's been out there are still several bugs. Are they game stoppers, generally no, that doesn't mean that I enjoy them. The developers have offered many updates and you are welcome to post bugs on their site as long as you have a save file to go with it. Not all bugs can be demonstrated with a save file.

In the end, do I recommend the game, absolutely, but it has it's flaws.
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61 of 78 people (78%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
219.5 hrs on record
Posted: June 27
Damn awesome game that's unfortunately become the recent target of a bunch of armchair crusaders ♥♥♥♥♥♥ off because a Chinese modder can't break the rules and get away with it, hence the game's rating drop.... and my rewritten review to help shill it back up where it belongs. Go check the reviews in Simplified Chinese and you will find them to be nearly all negative. All of them crying because a Chinese language mod was deleted and the modder banned due to a gross violation of Steam's Terms of Service. But do you see any of those people ♥♥♥♥♥♥ off at the modder for commiting the violation that caused this to happen in the first place? Nope, just a bunch of whining at the developer because the rules the modder agreed to abide by were actually enforced when he violated them.

Well, it's a very good game despite the peanut gallery's crying jag and attempt to harm the game because they aren't getting their way. A lot of people don't like the combat but I personally love it and it works infinitely better than it's given credit for, as long as you actually know how to make it do what you want it to do. The factions are all unique and the UI is a god-send for a game like this. It's also very beautiful and there's a mod on the workshop that lets you create some really outstanding randomly generated topography.

You can live without the expansions but they're all worth having. In order of my preference they are Guardians, Shifters and Shadows. The other stuff like the quest pack and soundtracks I don't own and I'm not interested in them but you might be. I really do like the game and I recommend it. Others don't and I can understand why they wouldn't based on their personal preferences, as long as we're not calling the combat broken or stupid. It is neither. The combat works very well and is a lot of fun IF you know how to do it.

Anyway, if you research the issue with the game's recent rating you'll find that the drop has nothing at all to with the game itself, just a bunch of ignorant, entitled little children having a tantrum about a mod.
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23 of 29 people (79%) found this review helpful
34.0 hrs on record
Posted: June 30
You should - if you love your RTS games - really think about getting this game.
The only reason it has dropped in reviews is that some chinese brats decided to do negative review bombs due to a problem with a 3rd person chinese translation mod. While in the shop side it clearly says chinese isnt a supported languege.

Here are some points that make this game a unique (and brilliant) experience for every strategy-fan:

1) Factions actually play differently
You have like... what... 9 to pick from? And each race has a difference in traits and therefor makes it easier/harder to reach specific wins. You can even create your own race with the traits you love the most.

2) Combat
I admit I havent really looked into this point yet. It gives you an option to personalyse how your troops fight, but even if you roll with the auto function you arent left of screwed.

3) Tech hubs
Only you decide how you advance in research. Want to focus on ressources? Or on defense/offense? Your choice alone. And for the freaks out there, that love to unlock new stuff: You can score a win just by beeing over the top in research, leaving your enemies behind.

4) Different ways to beat your enemy
There are more ways to win the game than I actually remember. You can win by having the most dust (which is more or less gold ingame) scoring an industrial win. You can win by having the most overall points, or by killing every other enemy on the board. As mentioned above research also scores an unique win. An other option is a victory through missions similar to a campaign, which I havent done before cuz Im lazy. You can even score a diplomatic win, simply by beeing too powerful in that point category. I think I forgot 1-2 but you get my point. It has an amazing potential to adapt to whichever playstyle you prefer.

5) Setting up games
Of cause it offers a campaign and all, but it also gives you several options for endless games.
- Speed: The faster you gain ressources, the less control you have as you get less turns overall.
- World size / Number of enemies
- Difficulty of world itself and the enemy
- World itself: how big is it, how many rivers / forests / mountains, where does each faction start, how big is the ocean, how many islands is the world itself

6) Diplomacy
If you are smart, then you prepare yourself in research and strength before you start a war. But if you are too busy scoring your prefered non military win, then you better make sure that the other factions don't start a war becuz theyre getting jelous.
You can trade ressources, research, make other factions fight each other, or even demmand a town from your enemy for peace after you beat them in war.
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14 of 18 people (78%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
11.3 hrs on record
Posted: June 28
Has some elements like the Civilization games, but the combat in far more tactical and worthwhile. The way the quests are done keep you from getting bored waiting for a tech upgrade and the different races keep the game interesting as you try to master each one. This game is a great value if you enjoy turn-based strategy games.
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11 of 14 people (79%) found this review helpful
71.8 hrs on record
Posted: July 1
Now 4X games aren't for everyone, but I have looked around quite a bit. My own interests lean towards space RTS and space 4X (Sins, Homeworld, GalCiv), but Amplitude do the strategy genre so much justice with this game.

Given about 5 games, and observing some videos, a new player can pick this up pretty fast and usually have a good idea about who they'll want to be playing as.

Great way to pass time, not so intricate to be confusing, but complicated enough to vary up strategies.

Awesome game, definitely worth a couple hours with some friends, or simply a diversion to challenge yourself.
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11 of 14 people (79%) found this review helpful
154.4 hrs on record
Posted: July 3
i love this game so much. i love that it's a lot like Civ V, but with more variety to the gameplay. you can turn off victory conditions you don't want, allowing you to focus on beating the game the way you want to. if you're playing as the necrophages (who can't do any diplomacy stuff) and want to focus on an economic or science based victory, you can. every single playable race can be customized from the full list of traits. do you like that the occultists can convert villages and wish the other races could do that too? well, they can. i also like that you can automate your entire empire or individual cities, allowing you to ignore late game micromanaging that so many people dislike.
i agree with people that the combat gets repetitive after awhile-but the devs planned for that and put probably the best autocombat simulator i've ever seen in a game so that you'd wouldn't ever have to manually command a battle after the moment you got bored with it. you can also choose different battle strategies when you are about to do combat. you can choose from offensive, defensive, or hold position strategies-which is fantastic when you're sending archers into combat against melee units. often, they can win unscathed if they hold position. i just recently picked up the shifters dlc and the allayi (moth people), and i enjoy that they have what appears to be a new type of unit-flying. which suffers no movement penalties from terrain and adds to the list of unit types (archer, melee, calvary, support). i also recently got the lost tales dlc which added a whole mess of missions and lore to the game, further adding to the immersiveness and personality of the game. the shifters dlc combined with the lost tales really made me feel for the plight of Auriga. the world is so beautiful and varied in terrain types (speaking of-i like how elevation plays a role in movement during combat and also while roaming the world) and the amount of customization and control they give you over the various elements of the world. you can control how harsh the winter is, how big the regions are (regions are what split up the world-you can have one city per region), how tough the minor factions and their villages are to defeat (minor factions can also be bribed or you can do a quest for them to pacify them), and much more can be altered.
i haven't played the Forgotten dlc/playable race much, but they add much more depth to the game by adding espionage and removing the ability (for the Forgotten, at least) to research technologies. the Forgotten can only buy or steal new tech. speaking of the technology, all races share the majority of the same technologies in each era (there are 6 research eras that are unlocked by researching 9 technologies from the previous era) but each playable race has it's own special techs that only they can unlock (unless you create your own customized race-then you can pick from the list of specialized techs). i also like that the technology can be unlocked in any order and you can select as many technologies are you want to create a research queue-a nice step up from Civ V's restrictive tech tree. everything produced is carried over to the next thing as well. what i mean by that is: your food production carries over to the next person after a new citizen is born, production left over from a building or unit is carried over to the next one, and science put towards a technology carries over to the next one in the queue.
i don't have enough space to list all the great things i love about this game. i suggest getting the game with all the dlc you can get. each dlc adds plenty of new content to keep the game fresh. (i hope they add a dlc of a playable race, that doesn't use production, rather they buy or steal units/buildings somehow and add the Harmony from Endless Space who ignore Dust entirely-all the other resources (FIDS-Food, Industry, Dust, Science) have a race that largely ignores it and i think that would add even more depth/alternative gameplay to this game.
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15 of 23 people (65%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
47.9 hrs on record
Posted: July 1
Civ, but if different factions were actually different.
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7 of 8 people (88%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
40.9 hrs on record
Posted: July 16
Played as a dragon
killed an empire of cultists
an empire of living armor people are terrified of me and go to great lengths to stay in my favor
i gain over 1000$$ per turn
--- Whats not to love? ---
if you like the following games then i would recommend this game to you
Crusader kings
Europa Universalis
Warcraft 1,2,3
( I think you get the idea from the examples above )
Build your empire and crush the enemy
forge alliances
Murder people
Betray alliance members after surrounding allied capital with your army
Take EX allied capital
Raze it to the ground

Pros: Loads of content and replayability
Has steamworkshop and loads of mods
Loads of races
Tons of followers and quests
Tons of items

Cons: Very hard to master and AI will 75% of the time always be 50+ turns ahead of you in terms of research and military
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
101.2 hrs on record
Posted: July 4
-- Positives:

Clear interface and a lot to discover. Very interesting tech tree to explore, in which you are encouraged to follow a route of specialisation rather than knowing everything.

There apears to be little unit variarty untill you find that the weapons you equip change the unit in a fundemental way. Complement your nation's weakness by asimilating a minor faction into your empire, thus getting their unit.

A very interesting battle map which has a very intriguing way of auto resolving. It actually plays the battle out as if the AI was commanding your army.

All of the factions are asymetric. They'll overlap with on some areas but still do them in different ways. All factions have a unique city athstetic on a beautifully crafted map. Wild Walkers with their angular elf like structures that are almost always inside forests, Cultists have one huge city whose districs make a circle, always putting the emphasis (giving worship) to the city centre.

The lore! The main questline of the major factions unlock unique technologies that are otherwise unatainable, and give you insight into the lore of a faction. After playing one faction for some time you can dream their lore, but for me it remains fun to read it every time. Minor factions will also offer questlines in return for the ocasional resource, technology and pacification (they join the city in their province, giving a population).

-- Things to know

(possible negatives)

The combat map/system takes quite a bit of getting used to. It seems extremely counter intuitive at first and doesn't change much in single player after unlocking the 3 basic unit types and understanding what the differences types of equipment give and take from a unit. It also doesn't help that there is no way to understand the intricacies of control without manualy controling battles for a long time, while you will be tempted at first to just manualy resolve everything.
You need to love experimenting.

This is a 4X game and you have to love the core formulae beyond "I once played a Civ game and didn't hate it". Find out how all the different factions play out, try to change your playstyle when you find yourself doing the same thing over and over again. It's okay to have a favourite faction, but try a new one every once in a while.

-- Things for the next game to fix.

The game heavily accelerates around turn 100, ussualy ending between 160 and 180 with the last 20 turns being extremely slow to the point where I think newer or more casual players will quickly lose focus. (But I am neither so what do I know D: ) Experiment with a difficulty setting that works for you, but keep in mind that higher on the AI will cheat heavily. (The Budget way to increase difficulty in strategygames !)

Despite my earlier praise of the battle system, in late turns they do come down to biggest number wins. Heavily depending on your (RNG) success in questing, you will not see a change in unit setup after the midgame. Just better equipment and larger armies.

You can of course, try experimenting with a strange unit setup to try and suprise/confuse the AI. A super tanky support unit that the AI likes to focus so much? Or maybe your Hero's abilities are now making your ranged units to shoot from an extra tiles away. There is still room to experiment, but the AI doesn't always make this required.

- - Recent mixed reviews:

Mostly by people not inherently understanding of the 4X genre or skill level concerns. Many people seemed to want to give the game a 'moderate' score rather than positive or negative (as they end up doing).

To each their own of course. Keep in mind that you need to like exploring the game, finding out how to challange yourself or what works for you. Read the lore of the factions, find how they all work.

In conclusion, I love this game. Havn't loved a 4X game this much for a long time and I cannot wait to see what the company has learned going forward into Endless Space 2.
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7 of 9 people (78%) found this review helpful
89.0 hrs on record
Posted: July 14
This game is great, if you enjoy strategy games and games like Civilization V you should enjoy this. Worth a buy 100%.
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