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Ashes of the Singularity

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    September 19, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Retired guy here and this is my first RTS so cannot talk comparisons. I think the best description I can give, however, is addicting. Playing through the single player option and gradually increasing opponent quality has pushed any of my other games aside until I start feeling confident. Just finished medium world four player at intermediate and pulled a win out of it. I am sweaty right now and ready to cool down so I can crash. Recommendation - if you like a challenge, if you can learn to process information quickly and accurately, if you don't take defeat badly - you need the game.
    c.d.roth review of
    101.3 Hours Played ‐ 12 products in account
    May 24, 2016, 8:16 pm
    I like more macro focused RTS's, and this game really fills that niche for me. Huge armies duking it out with lots of particle effects, and the occasional orbital ability. Managing what you bring to a fight and the route that it's going to take matters more than exact positioning or trying to get of an ability in a given split second.

    Likes: the economy and army system emphasises map control. Unit rosters are reasonably diverse, and the races themselves handle differently. Orbital abilites are strong, and can really impact the flow of the game, but often aren't an automatic win on their own.

    Problems: there's still some balance issues, as the different unit rosters means that sometimes it's really not easy to respond to something if you're PHC or Substrate. Defense are generally pretty poor, and combined with the strong focus on map control it's basically impossible to turtle without lossing really fast. Even trying to use defenses to stall often doesn't work. The deve's are working on all of this, including putting some new units into the game (for free), but at the moment it's still present.

    Also, a bunch of features that are promised haven't been implemented yet. Spectator mode, for instance.
    tavarvarg review of
    tavarvarg (View Profile)
    69.1 Hours Played ‐ 162 products in account
    May 13, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Excellent Game, but short on the campaign, I am not alone in saying I like to play and sulk in my games in solo, I can play multi player games against the top tier but I like to practice learn the game solo and just relax and unwind from a hard week of work, just looking for more single player campaign too much in the industry pushes to Massive Multiplayer.
    brian.heggem review of
    brian.heggem (View Profile)
    45.3 Hours Played ‐
    April 3, 2016, 8:16 pm
    This Game needs the following :

    More Defensive Cannons

    It has crazy potential.
    acidrom review of
    22.6 Hours Played ‐ 324 products in account
    April 3, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Fast paced RTS in Supreme Commander style. It combines the best of Supreme Commander and Dow/Coh Worlds at the point it kind of resembles Starcraft in speed.

    - fast action
    - well optimized
    - massive in scale, it makes team games v fun

    - units are difficult to control when in group
    - underwhelming campaign design, ppor selection in functionality (missions starts but you are stuck watching a text you cannot cancel
    - poor mp cross platform (gog and steam players cannot play against eachother)
    - could use a little more diversity

    Don't be fooled by the cons, they are working hard on the game, it has great potential
    neinhalt review of
    646.9 Hours Played ‐ 95 products in account
    March 31, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Pros of the game:

    1. Great underlying technology making the game future proof: DX12, multi GPU support, fully utilizes my multicore system.
    2. Interesting unit design, the differences between factions are subtle but important enough to result in different strategies
    3. Modabillity
    4 Nice graphics
    5. Subjectively to me: fun gameplay that is slow but deliberate with options for scouting, hiding and planning.
    6. My most importan consideration: great skirmish options with fantastic AI!

    Cons of the game:

    1 Limmited unit varieity, more units in (free) DLC have been promised but so far there are not as many option as for instance SupCom or SC2
    2 One win condition: usualy the game is won by capturing more resources and using this income to capture and defend the turinium nodes.
    3 Limmited viability of turtling, expansion is key for every phase of the game.

    Verdict: 8/10 great game to play, easy to learn but difficult to master. Supcom players need to expect a non-supcom game and be pleasantly suprised by the simmilarities to appreciate the game.
    DrGivingBone review of
    DrGivingBone (View Profile)
    17.6 Hours Played ‐ 24 products in account
    January 31, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Early Access Review

    Runs perfectly on my 970gtx / 4690k even with thousands of units on the screen, which is already a major detatchment from how SupCom was at launch!

    My positive review comes with a warning: There are a large number of minor problems with the game in its current state. Such as
    - Lack of graphical/icon clarity. In particular it's very hard to spot whether a resource has an extractor built on it without zooming in, and it's hard to quickly get an idea of the makeup of an army.
    - Missing macro features, such as being able to pause factories, assist engineers, have units auto-join armies or follow complex rally paths when built

    These things are not fundamental problems, but they are somewhat game-breaking in terms of the game's chance at sucess. Hopefully Stardock will have learned, finally, that releasing games with these easy-to-fix-but-review-tarnishing issues is not wise, and will make certain that they've been cleared up before official launch.

    The game itself has a huge amount of promise, and it's the first of its kind in quite some time. If it can get these quality of life & polish improvements, it could easily be a hit.
    cerzi review of
    3.9 Hours Played ‐ 211 products in account

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