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Faites l'expérience d'un des meilleur jeu de simulation spatiale sur PC. En tant que pilote, explorez l'univers aux commandes d'un des 14 vaisseaux disponibles. Plus de 2000 missions vous attendent dans 46 systèmes solaires. Exploration, commerce et combats. Devenez le meilleur pilote de l'univers.
Date de parution: 5 jun 2007
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Faites l'expérience d'un des meilleur jeu de simulation spatiale sur PC. En tant que pilote, explorez l'univers aux commandes d'un des 14 vaisseaux disponibles. Plus de 2000 missions vous attendent dans 46 systèmes solaires.

Exploration, commerce et combats. Devenez le meilleur pilote de l'univers.

  • Jouabilité originale : Action non-stop dans l'exploration de l'univers.
  • Espace 3D ouvert magnifique : Étoiles, lunes, astéroïdes, comètes, trous noirs, bases spatiales... - explorez toutes ces destinations, commercez et combattez ou utilisez la diplomatie.
  • Explorez la galaxie : Choisissez parmi 10 types de civilisations.
  • Personnalisez vos vaisseaux : Vitesse, système de visé, bouclier, armement, turbo, capacité, tonnage...
  • Graphisme à vous couper le souffle : 64 bits High Dynamic Range Rendering (HDDR) sur les cartes graphiques compatibles pour les effets spéciaux et de lumière.

Configuration requise

    Minimum : Windows 2000/XP/Vista, Intel Pentium 4 de 2.0 GHz ou équivalent, 768 Mo de RAM, 3 Go d'espace disque disponible, DirectX 9.0c, carte graphique compatible DirectX 9 (Radeon 9500, GeForce 5800), carte son 16-bit, souris, clavier.

    Recommandée : Windows 2000/XP/ Vista, Intel Pentium 4 2.6 GHz, 1 Go de RAM, 3 Go d'espace disque disponible, carte graphique compatible DirectX 9 (Radeon x800, GeForce 6800), DirectX 9.0c, carte son 3D, souris, clavier, système son 5.1

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8 personne(s) sur 12 (67%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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11 évaluations
7.7 heures en tout
Very nice Space RPG. I do recommend SpaceForce with the use of a JoyStick ( I am using Cyborg Graphite on an Acer TravelMate Win7 64bit Laptop and did not have to calibrate. Manually change the keyboard control to Joy/keyboard.) If you like the X-Universe, but wanted it to be fun and not a job, this game is for you. Learn the Keyboard controls with the Joystick. Listen to the trainer at the beginning of the campaign mode and get lost. Experiment and try to make some cash,upgrade ship assets with mining, survive in Sol before moving on. You will have fun.
Posté le : 11 mars 2014
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4 personne(s) sur 6 (67%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
25 produits enregistrés
3 évaluations
15.9 heures en tout
great little space shooter silly main story but very in depth content and a huge amount of quests to keep you busy as well as a very large galaxy to openly explore at your leisure
Posté le : 29 juin 2014
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7 personne(s) sur 12 (58%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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4 évaluations
1.2 heures en tout
This game is deceptive. Looks good, seems to have some fair depth, but the reality is that it's straight-up awful.

Starting off, following the usual (cheesy) story introduction, you're dumped in the middle of a fight, with only the basic nav controls explained. No interactive tutorial, no chance to get used to the controls and UI. Just dumped in a fight and left to figure out every single relevant interaction in 5 seconds flat. Then, if you survive that ("if")... well, don't expect much else. There's a marker to pick up a mission, but that's it. You're on your own! I'm not one to advocate for games holding your hand every step of the way, but this is just masking poor design under the guise of "freedom". Honestly though, I couldn't stomach getting any further anyway, because...

...the UI is pretty much unforgivable. The basic information displays are largely ignored - absolute velocity for starters. When in space, with little visual reference, this is pretty much mandatory. I also noticed that the primary-fire lasers are limited by some kind of refilling capacitor (standard in games like these), but there is no indication of that on-screen; you're again left guessing. The few details that are visible are done so in a poor slap-dash manner, with irrelevant items instead given more prominent placement. For example, the comms screen, which shows static 98% of the time (and pre-animated heads on occasion), is given marked priority over more vital engine read-outs (the few that exist anyway)

It's not just visual interaction that suffers, but controls too. By default, primary-fire actually launches your secondary missiles as well, despite there being a separate missile-fire key. So, if you don't want every shot of your lasers to near-instantly waste your missile stocks, you have to... completely unmount your current missiles. Hope you don't want them in a hurry during a fight!

This game could have more depth than X3 and it wouldn't matter. The interaction is so poor that it doesn't take long before you're left mashing Alt-F4 in frustration.
Posté le : 23 juillet 2014
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0 personne(s) sur 1 (0%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
28 produits enregistrés
2 évaluations
0.9 heures en tout
This game is worth the $1.24. Concept is cool but poorly executed.
Posté le : 15 juillet 2014
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4 évaluations
9.7 heures en tout
Great game! Especially now, since I got a far far better computer than I had when I first bought this years ago, and I can crank up the graphics to max. There is plenty of things to do. You can mine and use the metals to upgrade your ship in many possible ways, while you can also buy plenty of stuff you can sell in other sectors. While the controls are not the best, it's challenging, and not to mention, that you HAVE TO upgrade your ship to have your ship be manuverable and faster etc. You can make factions like you if you do their missions, but pi$$ off others if you get into their domestic issues with other races (shooting down their enemies, which may be neutral to you) . You can get friendly with the pirates and get their ships and do their missions. There are jumpgates and you can even bookmark locations in sectors , where you can jump to with autopilot. The galaxy is huge, there is plenty of things to do.
Also the music is top notch (maybe a few songs aren't, while a few are fantastic), voice acting is not the best, but this was a budget title (and a very good budget title) so I don't mind.
The game is far far better than what they offer today with (half of functionality and depth than this), even though when this game came out, it was measured against Freelancer and even the reviews said it's a "diamond in the rough". Today - unfortunately - this diamond in the rough is a better gem, than anything else in similar category.
There were even mods for this game! Updated planet textures and better starfield etc. Not sure if they are still around on some deserted websites.
I can see it's been offered for a few bucks. If nothing else, it's worth it. Just have patience for the first half hour and learn the controls (works great with both mouse control or joystick) .
For the question that comes up in your mind (in 2014), if it's better than X: Rebirth the answer is Yes.
Posté le : 14 juillet 2014
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4 personne(s) sur 5 (80%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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2 évaluations
1.0 heures en tout
N'arrive meme pas a la cheville d'un freelancer sortie bien avant.
C'est un X3 mais en nul. extremement decu de mon achat.
Posté le : 28 janvier 2014
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