Homeworld 2 Homeworld 2 is obviously the sequel from Homeworld. It would be unfair and unjust to think that Homeworld 2 would surpass the graphical marvel that Homeworld, or even Cataclysm, were in their golden days. However, the improvement of the UI, the trademark 3D universe and upgrade of graphics are highly anticipated and well received. The graphics have had a major overhaul with a new engine, but the “right click” rotation principle remains. The most stunning element, however, is the level of detail on the ships, because the developers have managed to do this without compromising the 3D environment. The gameplay has been greatly improved also. It is now easier to have an overview of your ships, enemies and allies. Strike groups and tactics are also important parts that have been upgraded. Overall, Homeworld 2 is more an upgrade that a sequel, which isn’t a bad thing in this case.
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