This game reminds me of the old Descent games. I was pretty excited to read that it was an open-world type of game where you could tunnel through asteroids, etc. It was pretty fun for the first few minutes until I realized that you could run out of ammo, fuel, AND oxygen, and all three are in short supply. It was then that I lost enthusiasm for the game because finding fuel and oxygen, as well as repairing your ship make that the focus of the game, instead of the missions or stories. I barely paid any attention to the mission or enemy because I was always looking for the next fuel, ammo, repair, or oxygen pod. That sucked all the fun right out of the game. I uninstalled it shortly after.
It would have been a much funner game if there were stations that allowed you to refuel, refit and repair based on credits earned or something like that on the way to the stations.
This game is a throwback to the great "Descent" series, which were very popular in the 90s. It's an underutilized concept that has the potential to be amazingly fun (like the Descent games were), however there are some s... Read Full Review
It has been a very very long time since I have been this disappointed in a game. Once you get passed all the lies that were told to you in order to get you to purchase this game... once you get passed the fact that ther... Read Full Review