Qui a besoin d’un scénario bien ficelé ? Qui a besoin de récolter et de gérer des matières premières? La diplomatie c’est tellement dépassé. Gratuitous Space Battles vous plonge directement dans le bain des jeux de stratégie de science fiction,et présente des énormes batailles spatiales, complètement injustifiée entre deux grandes...
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Date de parution: 16 nov 2009

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Qui a besoin d’un scénario bien ficelé ? Qui a besoin de récolter et de gérer des matières premières? La diplomatie c’est tellement dépassé. Gratuitous Space Battles vous plonge directement dans le bain des jeux de stratégie de science fiction,et présente des énormes batailles spatiales, complètement injustifiée entre deux grandes flottes spatiales.
Gratuitous Space Battles combine l’aspect visuel d’un RTS, avec le placement stratégique et le gameplay d’un tower defense. Dans GSB, le joueur ne contrôle pas les vaisseaux pendant la bataille. Les vaisseaux suivent une suite d’ordre que vous avez déterminer avant la bataille.
GSB vous mets dans la peau d’un amiral spatial chargé du design de chaque vaisseau,et de la composition de votre flotte ainsi que les règles d’engagement. Ce n’est pas un jeu tordu en temps réel comme la plupart des RTS, mais un jeu ou il faut réfléchir planifier ses actions. Des énormes batailles spatiales peuvent être gagné ou perdues en fonction de combine vous dépensez en bouclier défensive et armure ou bien en coûteux canons lasers et torpilles a plasma.
GSB comporte aussi un système multijoueur novateur . Vous pouvez aussi mettre en ligne la flotte ultime pour que tout le monde en profite et regarder combien de joueurs vous avez battus. Ainsi vous ne serez jamais a cours d’adversaires a écraser!
  • 4 races différentes et jouables a débloquer
  • Plus de 40 coques de vaisseaux différentes
  • Plus de 120 modules de vaisseaux spatiaux
  • Plusieurs modes,contre l’IA,un mode:défense et un mode multijoueurs
  • Chaque partie possède ces propres règles et ces cataclysmes spatiaux.

Configuration requise

PC
Mac
    • Système d’exploitation : Windows XP ou Vista
    • Processeur : 1.5 GHz processeur cadencé à 1.5 Ghz
    • Mémoire Vive : 1 Go
    • Affichage : Carte 3D comportant 128 Mo de mémoire vidéo
    • DirectX® : 9.0c
    • Espace disque : 300 Mo d’espace disque diponible
    • Son : aucune recommandation particulière
    • Système d'exploitation : OS X version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, ou postérieur.
    • Processeur : Intel 1 Ghz
    • Mémoire vive : 512 Mo
    • Affichage : Carte vidéo 32 Mo
    • Disque dur : 75 Mo
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6 personne(s) sur 7 (86%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
64.4 heures en tout
Played this one quite a bit. I really like the concept, but the execution is just slightly lacking. The ability to customize is fantastic, as is the ability to order around your fleets. The problems are:
  1. Differentiation between races and outfits is too slight. Huge swings in stats/price could lead to things getting unbalanced (and the one race that's the most different is unbalanced), but the gear on offer is just too similar to other entries in its category (of which there aren't that many). If you get a shield that's advertised as 'fast-recharge', but has a recharge rate just a tiny bit higher than the standard one, it's kind of disappointing. Likewise if you switch to a new faction to discover that aside from ship classes and small passive ability, their only advantage is a single racial outfit that's (again) almost identical to the standard one.
  2. A game that's essentially a management sim has to have decisions to make, tradeoffs between cost, power, weight, etc. This game has those in spades, except for the problem above. But, it also has to have careful balance, so no one linear strategy (always get the cheap/expensive stuff, just spam A, etc.) dominates. I would assert that the game fails this second test. Due to eccentricities in how damage is calculated, it's possible to build a 'tank' ship that's almost invulnerable to attack. Combine that with the prevalence of (arguably) the game's best weapon, a multi-warhead missile launcher with the best range and striking power available (and because of the multiple warheads, it handily defeats the point defense system options - and did I mention missiles have infinite ammo?), and you have a recipe for an intense stalemate. If you avoid such degenerate tactics, the game can be fun, but I would rather see exploitative things nerfed out of existence.
  3. Playing the campaign mode is the most enjoyable for me, once everything's unlocked. But the mac version is buggy, and I've been unable to get it to work properly. It'll play the standard campaign fine, but won't load up either of the other 2 maps. The whole point of any TBS style 4X game (which this expansion turns it into) is the variety in the randomized map and different factions, etc., but this game comes with exactly one galaxy map to try and conquer (later patched to 3, but that's still too few, and as noted, they don't work right). There is a user-created program that will make randomized maps, but only for the win version apparently.
  4. Oh, and lastly, combat is entirely non-interactive (you're basically watching a movie of how well your forces do), and it maxes out at 8x speed. Fine, except that your fleets start far enough apart and often move at such glacial speeds that it takes a minute or more of staring at wallpaper peeling until they make contact.
So, I wanted to like this more than I did. It's still good, but falls short of greatness.
Posté le : 7 juillet
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3 personne(s) sur 3 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
13.2 heures en tout
Gratuitous Space Battles is a fun simple simulation game for people who spend and enjoy a little too much time in the ship builders in 4x games. While the game is very simple to jump in, there is more then enough nuance and depth to it where you can sink more time into it then you realize and be enjoying every moment of it, but due to 'fleet management' aspect it can be a little too much for those who would have trouble in the challenges, luckily those are barred off from the main game, though their version of 'galactic conquest' has many ships which have been developed by the community and can lead a person to developing new tactics and skills is sadly behind the microtransation wall. If one is to buy the game, I would recommend the complete edition as it provides everything you would need. I would recommend the game however to anyone still as it's fun to sink a few hours here and there into. and for the price I've never felt really jipped.
Posté le : 18 mai
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2 personne(s) sur 2 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
8.1 heures en tout
Never played something like this before. You basically design your own ships, then the fleet formation & then give them specific orders before the battle. After the battle have started you can't do anything, just watch your fleet go nuts or burn, unless you toggle a specific option, which is less fun.
Posté le : 20 mai
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2 personne(s) sur 2 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
6.8 heures en tout
Worth getting when it is on special. Fun little game that jumps right to the combat portion of a game encounter. It doesn't have a lot of depth, but then it doesn't pretend to. Easy/fun to play, but quick to get old.
Posté le : 26 mai
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3 personne(s) sur 4 (75%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
10.7 heures en tout
As a standalone game (without DLC), Gratuitous Space Battles is mostly just an excercise in optimization - it isn't especially difficult to beat most of the missions with a generic all-around fleet, but you are only really rewarded for doing it with the least amount of cash.

The issue is, the feedback on how well you are doing is... lacking. There isn't a sandbox mode to quickly test fleets against each other, the after-battle graphs are impenetrably thick and there's no explanation I found for what "most effective" means, especially considering different weapons will have different uses (e.g. anti-fighter versus anti-shield versus anti-hull).

It's frankly a bit more of a mess than it needs to be.
Posté le : 13 octobre
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30 personne(s) sur 38 (79%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
3.3 heures en tout
Oh god I love this game.

This game's style is build and run. You design ships, pretty detailed in that. You go into battle against a fleet of enemy ships. You place your ships in a layout. You program orders. You click start. You wait.

If you wipe out the enemies you win.

Great game mechanics there, and a pretty extensive customization range. Didn't knew this would've been this fun.

Great visuals too for a 2D game.

Lots of strategies involved, and I haven't even scratched the surface yet.

If what I told you is something that tickles your pickles you might want to take a look at this game.
Posté le : 22 novembre 2013
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