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The Enhanced Edition contains Sword of the Stars II: The Lords of Winter and the first expansion, the End of Flesh. The new expansion introduces the new playable race, the Loa. All previous DLCs containing new avatars, new combat music, alternate voices, skins, and new badges for the warships are also included.
Fecha de lanzamiento: 30 Nov 2012
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Changelog v2.0.25092.4

27 noviembre 2013

Just in time for the Thanksgiving long weekend (for some of you), the latest update to the game. Have a good weekend, everyone!

Critical Fixes

  • Fixed fleet transfer CTD while in the mission select mode.
  • Fixed end combat CTD due to Suul'ka leaving player control.
  • Fixed end turn CTD.
  • Unused industrial output will now generate a revenue.
Other Fixes
  • Fixed wrong ETA display for reaction movements.
  • Fixed ETA not considering node lines.
  • Fixed 0 cost level 2 Hiver naval station.
  • Fixed morale clamping order issue.
  • Fixed applying morale losses for cruiser sized flag ships.
  • Fixed AI getting stuck in "Conquer" mode when no one around.
  • Fixed AI declaring war each turn.
  • Ensured AI has a default delay before activating a Node Maw.
  • Fixed node maw (and Loa accelerator gate) time delays for player.
  • Fixed reaction movement to be tested when target is within the player's sensor instead of just the reaction fleet's sensor.
  • Fixed heavy beam modules available on Morrigi dreadnoughts without tech being researched.
  • Improved Loa advancement AI.
  • Fixed Loa AI attacking with just cubes.
  • Fixed spawning fleets in odd locations in enemy systems that do not contain colonies.
NOTE: station structure has increased so it may appear the stations are missing health.

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The Enhanced Edition contains Sword of the Stars II: The Lords of Winter and the first expansion, the End of Flesh. The new expansion introduces the new playable race, the Loa. All previous DLCs containing new avatars, new combat music, alternate voices, skins, and new badges for the warships are also included.

Customize your own starships, amass your fleet, explore the outer reaches of the galaxy and expand your empire. Research new alien technologies and bring them into battle with a mix of turn-based strategy and real-time skirmishes.

Now a new Faction bursts onto the scene, a race of Artificial Intelligence who once served as slaves and now return seeking vengeance. Playing as the Loa, your Fleets will become masters of metamorphosis, shape-shifting into new forms to become the ships you need, where you need them. Durable and hardy, your colonies can be built on any rocky planet. Building an empire of silicon and steel, you will bring your former masters to their knees…or will you bring about the End of Flesh.

Key Features

  • Play as the Loa, with over 120 new ship sections and their own unique drive system – the Neutrino Pulse Gate
  • Over 25 additional technologies, including a new Cybernetic Tech Tree
  • 10 new weapons and attacks to use in battle
  • New ship sections for the original six Factions, including 2 new Leviathan class vessels
  • 2 new Independent Races to encounter, study and incorporate into your empire
  • New Random Encounters, a new Grand Menace, and new Star Maps
  • New Evacuation Mission, and Supplemental Mission system allowing players to focus on the Target or the Fleet
  • All Race DLCs: Suul’ka, Liir, Morrigi, Hiver, SolForce, Zuul and Tarka

Requisitos del sistema

    Minimum:

    • OS:Windows 7 - 64 bit
    • Processor:Core2 Duo or equivalent
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:512-MB DirectX 10, Integrated graphics (laptops) are not supported
    • DirectX®:10
    • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
    • Sound:Any Windows Vista compatible sound device, stereo speakers or head phones
    • Additional:, DirectX February 2010 or newer (DX10). 3-button mouse and keyboard. Internet required for online play. LAN required for local multiplayer

    Recommended:

    • Additional:, DirectX February 2010 or newer (DX10). 3-button mouse and keyboard. Internet required for online play. LAN required for local multiplayer
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Uno de los mejores, sino el mejor, 4x que he jugado y se dice pronto porque jugar he jugado a todo lo habido y por haber. De los pocos juegos 4x espaciales donde cada especie es realmente diferente en jugabilidad, con estructuras propias, investigaciones únicas y particulares, modos de viajar por el espacio diferente, etc.

El combate es espectacular y de nuevo demuestra estar por encima del resto de juegos del estilo ya que cada avance tecnológico tiene un impacto importante en la forma de encarar problemas. ¿Que tenemos problemas con una especie que nos ataca con muchas naves con misiles? Pues podemos construir Defensa Puntual y diseños especializados en detener los misiles. ¿Que nuestro enemigo nos aborda naves con facilidad? Pues o mejoramos la Defensa Puntual o bien construimos armas devastadoras a media/larga distancia. ¿Que el enemigo usa cazas o naves de dimensiones reducidas? Pues diseñamos armamento que explota lanzando metralla, etc, etc.

Es un juego complejo, no es intuitivo y requiere echarle bastantes horas. No es apto para impacientes, es de esos juegos que se saborean en las frías noches de invierno mientras escuchamos la fantástica banda sonora del juego con sus melodías ambientales.
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Recommended for the hardcore 4X fan only.

This game had THE worst launch I've ever seen (and I was there for Anarchy Online's launch). When this came out, nothing worked. Even the game option menus were disabled! It was a total and absolute rip-off where completing a game was downright impossible. But the developers worked HARD on the game after launch and have gotten this game on its feet.

This is the most detailed 4X game I've ever played. The star map is actually 3D and when battles happen you don't just roll some dice, you actually play the battles out in an RTS-style interface. Ship customization is done by picking from different section types then selecting weapons and special equipment for those sections. There's a pretty vast selection of equipment to pick from, too.

The big controversial part of this game for me is the mission system. When you tell a fleet to go do something (scout, patrol, whatever) in most games the fleet will go, do whatever it's supposed to do, and stay there. In SotS2, the fleet will go out, do whatever it's supposed to do for a few turns, then return home. You can change where 'home' is for a fleet but you can't select unpopulated planets for that. On the one hand, this makes sense to me. There are only so many peanut butter sandwiches you can store on a ship so it makes sense that they need to come back and restock. On the other hand, it slows the pace of the game down and adds complexity. I still can't decide if the extra realism is worth it.

The most enjoyable feature of the old SotS game is, IMHO, the variety in races and that translates over to SotS 2 just fine. You can't make custom races but each race is VERY different than the others. The method of propulsion is different, technology strenghts and weaknesses are different, some races can mount more weapons than others, and so on. When you get right down to it, switching between the Liir and the Humans in this game will give you much more different gameplay than building a custom race in most games.

So I recommend the game but only to the serious 4X enthusiasts looking for a lot of depth. If you're new the genre then you should probably stick with Civilization or Endless Space. If you come out of those games wanting a lot more detail then this might be your game.

P.S. Star Fleet Battles fans - you'll find your swordfish drones and plasma shotguns waiting for you. Enjoy.
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You'd think I'd have something extensive to say about the game. Problem is... I don't. Its the same game it always was and will be. Translation: its slowly getting better and better.

But is it there right now?
*shakes head side to side*.

Amazingly the game still likes to crash after all this time. There are serious bugs which break MP and a few glaring balance issues as well for certain factions.

So... why am I recommending it? Simple. It will get better and, well... there simply isn't another 4x space game which comes anywhere near it. Even Sots Prime pales in comparison. If you have the patience for it, its a great game. But if you're a player which must have their game complete in 30 mins or so, this isn't for you. Matches can take hours, days or even weeks.

Do remember to check the forums for the game for information... and my screenshots. yes, shameless plug.
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Kerberos shows amazing dedication to their game. SOTS2 is quite fun now, and continuing to improve. This game is FAR better than it was upon release. Given that Kerberos is continuing to patch SOTS2, the game's only going to continue getting better. Overall, the game's certainly worth giving a shot now. The interface and design language do have a bit of a learning curve, but it's worth the effort.
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There are a lot of strategy space games out there, and this one isn't the most famous, but Sword of the stars 2 is one of the best in this genre, you have a map mode, where you administrate your fleets, colonizations,etc.
Is a turn based game but the battles are in real time.

It has a complex economic system, complex planets administration, complex tecnologic tree and more.

You can customize your ships armament, and new technologies unlocks more ways of customizing them. Each weapon and armor has its advantages and disadvantages.

The game has this low price because it had a bad beggining with lots of bugs, but most of them have been fixed, the game is playable and the devs are still giving it support.

If you didn't play Sword of the stars 1, this is a must play, at least for a new experience compared to other games.
And if you played Sword of the stars 1, this one has much better combat.
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