History VideoGame / EndlessSpace

17th Jan '17 2:18:19 AM dvorak
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* QuantumMechanicsCanDoAnything: Many late-game techs are based on the assumption that a good enough grasp of quantum mechanics can make regular physics go sit in the corner. Quantum and regular physics usually agree until a very specific set of circumstances get involved. This ranges from [[TimeStandStill stasis bubbles]] to materials that don't age.

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* QuantumMechanicsCanDoAnything: Many late-game techs are based on the assumption that a good enough grasp of quantum mechanics can make regular physics go sit in the corner. This ranges from [[TimeStandStill stasis bubbles]] to materials that don't age. Quantum and regular physics usually agree until a very specific set of circumstances get involved. This ranges from [[TimeStandStill stasis bubbles]] to materials that don't age.
16th Jan '17 8:59:37 PM dvorak
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* QuantumPhysicsCanDoAnything: Many late-game techs are based on the assumption that a good enough grasp of quantum physics can make regular physics go sit in the corner. Quantum and regular physics usually agree until a very specific set of circumstances get involved.

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* QuantumPhysicsCanDoAnything: QuantumMechanicsCanDoAnything: Many late-game techs are based on the assumption that a good enough grasp of quantum physics mechanics can make regular physics go sit in the corner. Quantum and regular physics usually agree until a very specific set of circumstances get involved. This ranges from [[TimeStandStill stasis bubbles]] to materials that don't age.
16th Jan '17 8:36:34 PM dvorak
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* QuantumPhysicsCanDoAnything: Many late-game techs are based on the assumption that a good enough grasp of quantum physics can make regular physics go sit in the corner. Quantum and regular physics usually agree until a very specific set of circumstances get involved.
5th Dec '16 8:49:17 PM SentientShrimp
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** The Mezari are this to all the human factions. They were a galaxy wide power around the time of DungeonOfTheEndless, were on the wane by the time of EndlessLegend, and are totally gone by the time Endless Space begins. All that remains are the United Empire, which grew out of one of their ColonyShip, and the Vaulters, who can trace their origins to a Mezari penal colony on Auriga.
23rd Oct '16 6:42:25 PM nombretomado
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** Averted for gameplay. There is an interface tutorial, but little else. While a [[TheWikiRule fan-made Wikia]] exists, it is nowhere near complete, and GameFAQs was dry until recently. Oh, and, of course, the game's still having features added.

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** Averted for gameplay. There is an interface tutorial, but little else. While a [[TheWikiRule fan-made Wikia]] exists, it is nowhere near complete, and GameFAQs Website/GameFAQs was dry until recently. Oh, and, of course, the game's still having features added.
9th Oct '16 5:14:39 PM Tahaneira
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* DemotedToExtra: In Endless Space 2, the Hissho are a minor faction.
9th Oct '16 3:41:19 PM Tahaneira
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* CharacterAlignment: It's been made explicit by the developers that "Good" and "Evil" should really be "Peaceful" and "Warlike". The Hissho, for instance, are evil because they are a ProudWarriorRace, despite being pretty nice to their citizens. With that out of the way...

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* CharacterAlignment: It's [[InUniverse Invoked]] by the in-game descriptions of each race; however, it's been made explicit by the developers that "Good" and "Evil" should really be "Peaceful" and "Warlike". The Hissho, for instance, are evil because they are a ProudWarriorRace, despite being pretty nice to their citizens. With that out of the way...
8th Oct '16 12:48:39 PM Tahaneira
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Two SpinOff games have been announced and are available via STEAM after going through Early Access. The first is ''VideoGame/DungeonOfTheEndless'', a RogueLike game which has you coordinating a team of crash-landed [[EnemyMine prisoners and/or prison guards]] trying to survive and escape from an underground network of Endless-built workshops and storerooms. The second is a fantasy 4X named ''VideoGame/EndlessLegend'', which is [[ScienceFantasy set in the same universe]] as ''Endless Space''. A sequel to Endless Space has been announced, and is to be released sometime in 2017.

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Two SpinOff games have been announced and are available via STEAM after going through Early Access. The first is ''VideoGame/DungeonOfTheEndless'', a RogueLike game which has you coordinating a team of crash-landed [[EnemyMine prisoners and/or prison guards]] trying to survive and escape from an underground network of Endless-built workshops and storerooms. The second is a fantasy 4X named ''VideoGame/EndlessLegend'', which is [[ScienceFantasy set in the same universe]] as ''Endless Space''. [[VideoGame/EndlessSpace2 A sequel to Endless Space has been announced, sequel]] is currently available on Steam Early Access, and is to be released sometime slated for full release in 2017.
8th Sep '16 7:20:37 PM sakilla07
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* DemotedToExtra: In Endless Space 2, the Hissho are a minor faction.
10th Jul '16 6:17:27 PM ParadoxialStratagem
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Two SpinOff games have been announced and are available via STEAM after going through Early Access. The first is ''VideoGame/DungeonOfTheEndless'', a RogueLike game which has you coordinating a team of crash-landed [[EnemyMine prisoners and/or prison guards]] trying to survive and escape from an underground network of Endless-built workshops and storerooms. The second is a fantasy 4X named ''VideoGame/EndlessLegend'', which is [[ScienceFantasy set in the same universe]] as ''Endless Space''. A sequel to Endless Space has been announced, and is to be released sometime in 2016.

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Two SpinOff games have been announced and are available via STEAM after going through Early Access. The first is ''VideoGame/DungeonOfTheEndless'', a RogueLike game which has you coordinating a team of crash-landed [[EnemyMine prisoners and/or prison guards]] trying to survive and escape from an underground network of Endless-built workshops and storerooms. The second is a fantasy 4X named ''VideoGame/EndlessLegend'', which is [[ScienceFantasy set in the same universe]] as ''Endless Space''. A sequel to Endless Space has been announced, and is to be released sometime in 2016.
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