Who needs backstory? Who needs resource-gathering? Diplomacy is so last year. Gratuitous Space Battles cuts right to the chase of sci-fi strategy games, and deals with large, completely unjustified space battles between huge opposing space fleets.
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2015年10月27日

Gratuitous Space Battles ULTIMATE EDITION

Hi there GSB fans! We have just released an insanely low-priced compilation of absolutely everything in the universe associated with battles in space that are exceedingly gratuitous. This new pack is to be found here:

http://store.steampowered.com//sub/81059

...and it contains...

Gratuitous Space Battles 2
Gratuitous Space Battles
GSB: Galactic Conquest (Campaign)
GSB: the Tribe
GSB: The Order
GSB: The Outcasts
GSB: The Swarm
GSB: The Nomads
GSB: The Parasites.

So if you think you might not have enough gratuitous space battles in your life, now is the perfect buying opportunity :D

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Who needs backstory? Who needs resource-gathering? Diplomacy is so last year. Gratuitous Space Battles cuts right to the chase of sci-fi strategy games, and deals with large, completely unjustified space battles between huge opposing space fleets.
Gratuitous Space Battles combines the visual appeal of an RTS, with the addictive unit-placement and design gameplay from tower defense games. In GSB, the player does not control individual ships at all during battle. The ships fight to a pre-determined set of orders and formations given to them by you before the battles.
GSB casts you as supreme space admiral, tasked with the design of individual spaceships, and the composition of your fleet, as well as general orders of engagement. This is not a twitch-based real time arcade game like many an RTS, but a game of careful thought, planning and big-picture strategy. Huge space battles can be won or lost depending on just how cleverly you balanced the needs of defensive shielding and armor against the expensive punch of laser cannons and plasma torpedoes.
GSB also features an innovative multiplayer challenge system. You can upload your ultimate fleet to serve as the enemy to other players, and keep track of how many other players have won and lost against your challenge. That way, you will never run out of cunningly designed enemies to battle against!
  • 4 different unlockable player races
  • Over 40 different ship hulls
  • Over 120 spaceship modules
  • Choice of skirmish vs AI, never-ending survival mode or play against other player’s fleets with the online challenge system
  • Play with different rules as each battle has different spatial anomalies to deal with.

システム要件

Windows
Mac OS X
    • OS: Windows XP or Vista
    • Processor: 1.5 GHz processor
    • Memory: 1GB
    • Graphics: 3D Card with 128MB video memory
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 300 MB
    • Sound: Any
    • OS: OS X version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later.
    • Processor: Intel 1 Ghz
    • Memory: 512 MB
    • Graphics: 32MB video card
    • Hard Drive: 75 MB
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投稿日: 2015年12月31日
I believe this is a good game, but I doubt it is for everyone. If you're looking for a quick strategy game, as in the action happens quickly, then this may not be for you.

For every other strategy player, you might find this game enjoyable. There is a fair learning curve to start with, but then you get the hang of it, and it becomes natural to know a cruiser beam laser won't penetrate another cruiser's shield. You will find yourself designing ships that supplement each other, and maybe on a few levels sending forth fighter swarms, which actually work. Then you get to see the after action report. But if you pay attention to the battle, you won't really need it.

Overall, I believe some people won't enjoy this game, but if you aren't in a rush, this is a game for you.
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記録時間: 10.6 時間
投稿日: 2015年8月24日
A couple of weeks ago I was in the mood for some strategic space combat - as I regularly am - and decided to revisit Gratuitous Space Battles. The game promises a straightforward brawl without the complications or delay presented by having any kind of story to get in the way.

First, you design your ships. There's a great deal of customization options available, but many are locked when you first begin the game. In order to unlock them, you'll need to play through the missions (more of "combat scenarios" as there is no story behind any of them). It's rather frustrating, almost feeling like the developer decided there needed to be some sense of progression in the game since there would be no story, but I found it to simply get in the way.

Once you've designed your ships, you select your scenario and plan out your ship deployment. Many times you will see the enemy deployment, but on harder difficulties the enemy deployment will be a mystery. After finalizing your deployment, you press play. And here lies the second central conceit of GSB - the battle plays out in front of you without any control. After starting the scenario, your ships fight the enemy on their own, based on the starting deployment and fairly detailed movement and targeting parameters you can give each ship in the planning phase.

I've found the AI to be - at times - frustratingly stupid, which can cripple your careful deployment. There is an option to retain manual control over your ships, allowing the game to play much more like a traditional RTS, and often times I resorted to that so that I could quickly change targets as the situation warranted. This feels like a concession, though, to unhappy players, as the game is clearly designed to be played in a manner where you set up all the pieces and then see what happens when you press start.

Still, with the ship design and deployment phase leading to you sitting back and watching your work unfold, it's very satisfying when everything works together just the way you envisioned it. GSB does a respectable job capturing what it would be like to be a fleet admiral who set the battle plan but had no direct control over the course of the fight (with the one caveat that the fleet admiral would be able to give orders throughout the fight as necessary).

The main problem I had, though, is that it just didn't hold my interest. While the lack of any story to get in the way of the action may be appealing to some, I found that there was no real reason to keep playing. Stories allow you to become invested in the game world, to identify with a character or a faction. Sometimes the story is just the experience of having explored the map and built your bases - you've invested time and effort into the game world. Here, there is nothing even like that.

Sure, there are some vague hints about the game universe in the faction descriptions, but the scenarios become a matter of simple trial and error. If one ship design doesn't work, just go back to the drawing board and pump out another design. There's no penalty if you fail, and there's no way that you can lead your navy to victory once the tide begins to turn against them...you just have to watch them die.

To be fair, an expansion has been released that adds in a Galactic Conquest mode, where you actually have a persistent campaign. But I'm not going to buy an expansion for a game unless I'm interested in seeing more, and GSB wasn't compelling enough for me to want more.

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6 人中 6 人 (100%) がこのレビューが参考になったと投票しました
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投稿日: 2014年12月21日
艦をカスタマイズして、艦隊を組んで、
出撃させたらあとは戦闘を眺めるゲーム。

カスタマイズのパーツは最初から全て使える
わけではないので、稼いでアンロックが必要。

カスタマイズは、防御特化や攻撃特化にして、
うまい具合に陣形を組んだりと、工夫が必要。

が、とりあえずデフォルトで用意されている
艦を適当に出撃させてただ戦闘を眺めている
だけでも個人的には楽しめました。

艦隊戦や機体のカスタマイズして戦わせるのが
好きな人にはオススメ。
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5 人中 5 人 (100%) がこのレビューが参考になったと投票しました
記録時間: 0.3 時間
投稿日: 2012年1月12日
銀河英雄伝説ばりに艦隊を編成して宇宙空間で闘うゲーム。または宇宙軍人将棋。
やることは部品の選定と攻撃優先度の設定、艦隊の陣形ぐらいなのでシンプルでとっつきやすい。
ただ、一度戦闘を始めると見てるだけなので暇になりがち。戦闘中に何かしら指示ができるとなお良かった。
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投稿日: 2013年7月14日
(1) 制限の中で様々なタイプの戦艦や戦闘機などを構築(開発)する(エディットモード)
(2) 作った戦艦などを制限の中で実際に配備(配置)する(CPU対戦モード)
(3) 戦闘スタート 
あとは観てるだけで(一応コントロールも出来る)、戦闘後もらえるポイントを使って新たな戦艦のベースやパーツを手に入れたりする……というゲーム。なんかそういう地味でチマチマしたゲームが好きな人におすすめ。
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