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Jan 4, 2013 | 1:35 PM EST

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Old rivals bearing powerful technologies have declared war on the Sian Empire. Princess enemies are hunting for her and if she falls into their clutches the empire will be doomed. Only you can save her

Prove your skill as a pilot and warrior by defeating threats across the stars in an epic interstellar adventure.
Gather equipment, from lavish uniforms to imposing battlesuits and see them on your character in all their magnificence.
Battle galactic dictators, cyborgs, aliens, spaceships and other fiendish enemies
Gather your friends, and form an Alliance to wage war against the evil which lurks in the dark reaches of the void.
Participate in World Raids and win amazing loot
Prove that the master of arena combat by becoming the supreme champion of Galaxydome.
Co-Developed with Concept Art House

Other features include questing, crafting and collections, daily rewards, profile customization, gifting, achievements, incredible music and more

Reviews


rahx1rahx1

Rated 2 / 5 stars January 4, 2013

A good start of a game lacking a few key points, and I feel needs to be put in currently or if ever a next installment of this F2P game.
battle instances lack the "real battle" feel.
few of the features, such as labs, are useable even though by story it really is not meant to be; reasonably.
a true lack of story, understandable for a few F2P's but this one feels honestly lacking.

battle instance issue:
Missions, bosses, and raids
all of the above is just a screenshot and maybe a line of text; a few do present a risk scenario.
none of it feels like one is in a battle they are just "OK! lets whittle down this bar to have it completed" no interactive real risk and even if loot system is present it does not visually feel one is doing a single thing.

feature availability issue:
from what I understand of the story, things such as labs, facilities, shops, and more, should NOT be available at the present time of progress. I know it would be nearly pointless to continue if one was not able to do such things at the earliest but come on; it feels out of place. to unlock such things down the story along faster to just have "free" energy to make it to the point of a planetary colonization or some other thing to build and activate such features.

A true lack of story:
it feels poorly written and thrown together in a situation unexplainable unless from the description in this case. The progress of the story itself is not fairly better either; the lines are the same no matter how the "mission" progresses, all that is happening is one is just taking the red bar to zero so he or she can move on to the next small experience and credit farm. it becomes pointless to read the text and it feels like one should have already done this, its just they never collected the money and experience from this combat scenario, hence why I feel this energy cost should be "free".

a few good points however:
the chance to actually loot "payed" currency is by far a loveable feature even if it is just a small amount. The character customization, although seems less than perfect compared to others, is really detailed and simple to grasp to make the character look unique and powerful. Lastly the idea of making building purchase, as if a planetary commander, brings interest and reason to invest maybe not in one planet but a whole system, rewarding as well from time to time.

overall I feel it is a good start, which is why I give 2 stars, it just has room for improvement.


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jeanlandjeanland

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 4, 2013

I'm new to this website but, wow, am I glad I found it!
As for this game (A Thousand Suns), it is a very well thought-out RPG, lots of awesome storyline to enjoy, easy to understand interface & fun to play! I'm lovin' it!



EsperIsDeadEsperIsDead

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars January 4, 2013

Same tired formula for a money spending game. A few features that make it marginally different than others but not by much.



NODnuke45NODnuke45

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars January 4, 2013

Interesting and original concepts, but game play itself is nothing but menus and reading and waiting.



BastardLunaticBastardLunatic

Rated 0 / 5 stars January 4, 2013

Loading character for five minutes and going. Giving up on it.
Shame, cause it looked like a game with potential.