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X3 Reunion 2.0 - Game of the Year 2007 Edition (PC DVD)

Platform : Windows XP
4.3 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   Windows XP
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 12 and Over Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
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  • ASIN: B000NPD4F0
  • Release Date: 30 Mar. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 17,808 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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This game is the 3rd installment in the X-Universe franchise and I hadnt (and still havent) played X or X2: The Threat.
So my experience of this game is purely as an entry-level player.

I bought this game because I am a huge sci-fi fan: I have played O.R.B, Haegemonia: Legions of Iron, Homeworld and Howeworld 2, among other minor games, and decided to give a space-combat simulator a go. This cropped up as a better selling offering and it was certainly at a more expensive price than you see here, which makes this game all the more an enticing buy.

There is a storyline to follow, but the meat of the game comprises a multitude of hugely entertaining possibilities.
All in all, this game is fantastic to the very core: beautiful graphics, outstanding effects, purely genius in-game advancements (trading, building, fighting, sight-seeing, communicating...), an incredibly moving musical score, a growing online community of support...the list goes on and on; there is absolutely no limit to what you can do in this game, provided you know what youre doing.

Which brings me onto the only real downside of this game: difficulty.
It took me 8 weeks of 6-hours-a-night playing this game just to get myself fully trained up on all its minute details and interfaces.
This is not necessarily a bad thing: I love in depth games and this one you can tweak to the very limit, plus its a great feeling when you can manually steer your craft into a spacedock for the first time.

However, there is NO TUTORIAL, let that be known before you start a new game and wonder why youre sat in space without a clue how to start your engines.
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This game has kept me entertained for hours and hours. In is open-ended, yet has a vague plot with missions too. It is so vast, with a space bound economy that is interconnected and reacts to how you do things. There are many ways to play it: as a pirate stealing ships, a trader shifting wares, a fighter pilot getting rid of the pilots, or you build an empire. The game is not finished in a day and requires some devotion. The forum on the Egosoft site is brilliant and leads you through everything if required. It is very much a living project for Egosoft...not to say it's bugged, which I certainly have NOT found, but Egosoft keep adding nice touches, mostly as a result of player input. This version is the better of the "Game of the Year Edition" although the previous version can be upgraded for free. I just love the scope and size of the game. I have played solid for hours and hours, followed the plot(s) and not deviated much and there is still so much to do (like eradicate the pirates, nicking some Earth ships etc etc. Brilliant game. It does have a tiny bit of a learning curve but use the internet to learn your craft (it stands up very well to Alt-tab right in the middle of play if you want to check something on the net). If you liked Elite or other space operas like that then you'll love this. It takes a while to get going and can require a decent computer in some parts of space but I love it. Just wish my laptop were powerful enough to make space portable.
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Pros: Loads of gorgeous deep-space eye-candy. A lifetime of gameplay.
Cons: Long learning curve if you really want to get into the whole "build your own trading empire" depths.

To play the game to the full you'll need to expend a lot of time and effort, read all the guides etc. On the other hand if you just load it up and cruise around aimlessly and shoot at a few things then you'll probably get enough hours of enjoyment from the game to justify the purchase.

If you like space games then you probably have this one already. It's the daddy!
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When I once bought, loaded and played X2 on one PC, upgraded and found the game point blank refused to open on my newer, upgraded PC, I decided to buy X3 and have a bash at that. Ho-hum! I am obviously an idiot or something as I can not get past about 3 or 4 minutes of game play without feeling completely out of my depth. I like deep, involved games. I love having lots of options to consider and all of that. I love space games where options are broad. I also like richly written environments in which to play games, great graphics and sound. X3 has all of this, but it lacks a clarity and simplicity for beginners in the game so badly that any real joy is missed. I feel like I have wasted my money as this is not a game I have enough free time to spend getting to grips with enough to have as good a time playing as I had hoped. X2 was tricky, but playable. Freelancer is a tad too simple and linear, though also a lot of fun, Master of Orion 2 was a waste of hard drive space and wasn't so much a game as an annoyance. X3 is a master class in gaming which I am not qualified to play. It feels like if I spent about 50+ hours playing with it seriously studying and learning the game, I MAY be able to then start over and enjoy something of it.

Learning curve is immensely steep, far too steep in my opinion.
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