Legends of Pegasus
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Legends of Pegasus takes you on an epic journey into 3D space, mixing real-time and turn-based strategy. Expand your civilization by colonizing new planets, building factories, laboratories and shipyards, researching new technologies and designing new spaceships. Command massive fleets in tactically challenging, visually astounding real-time battles!
Save mankind in a massive, 40 hour single player campaign! Fight multiplayer battles against up to seven opponents via internet or local area network! The spectacular 3D graphics don’t just bring life to marvelous planets, but also to the stunningly detailed spaceships you can freely design thanks to an intuitive ship editor.
4X space strategy: eXplore! eXpand! eXploit! eXterminate!
An unique mix of turn-based and real-time strategy gameplay
Stunning 3D graphics
Three unique races with dozens of customization options
Hundreds of technologies to research through dynamic and extensive tech-trees
A living universe, filled with numerous distinctive non-player factions
An epic, 40 hour single player campaign
Multiplayer mode for up to 8 players
One of the biggest failures...Gh0st233 | Aug. 21, 2012 | See all Gh0st233's reviews »
Legends of Pegasus is a strategy/simulation and a little bit action hybrid. But this game is unplayable. It is riddled with bugs and glitches, crashes, lost savegames and what not. If you're thinking of playing a good space strategy simulation game, do not think of this game at all.
Possibly the worst thing about this game is it's price. This wouldn't be okay, even if it was 10$, let alone 40$. For 40$ you get crashes and bugs, and it doesn't matter how far, or how long you play it, because in the end, your savegames may actually dissapear.
This game is definitely not worth it. Nobody should even think about paying 40$ for this game, it is a complete failure that is not worth your time, or your patience.
Game is...epistemic | Aug. 12, 2012 | See all epistemic's reviews »
Game is unfinished, untested, unplayable, and doesn't deliver any of the key features listed above except for the first two. Yes, it is a 4x game with tb and rts, but none of the other key features are implemented.
Campaign and multiplayer are both non-functioning.
Truely DisappointingHopey | Aug. 11, 2012 | See all Hopey's reviews »
Full of bugs. To top it all off the UI looks cheap and unpolished. Objectives clip out of the screen so you cant tell what you are doing. Objectives shown on the game is hard to track ( You have to search the entire galaxy for a small green circle). To top it off, there is a debug sort of menu element that gets stuck no matter where you are in game and if you click any of the buttons, the game will crash (the buttons say reload texture and place units.) I expected a working and playable product, I gave the game the benefit of the doubt by buying it. I deeply regret buying this game, I wish I could get a refund for this unplayable thing.
Fun, but...lazysloth | Aug. 10, 2012 | See all lazysloth's reviews »
Stay away! Fun but it is another mess. Save yourself the trouble and don't buy till it is more polished.
A rushed buggy messChrisMcMahon | Aug. 10, 2012 | See all ChrisMcMahon's reviews »
Those looking for their next 4X space game look elsewhere. This game feels rushed and unfinished. It has numerous bugs including crash-to-desktop. The cut scenes feel like place-hold art and the voice acting is poor.
The user interface is basic, some may say amateurish. The tutorials are bugged, for example if you load a game, critical waypoints no longer appear on the screen, leaving game progression impossible.
I'd recommend hold off buying this title until the bugs are addressed. There might be a good game in here somewhere, but I haven't found it.