>>I don't feel like I'm being held back by the controller >much >>when doing anything, I imagine the stuff that gets annoying >>micromanaging is as annoying on PC once you have to many >>planets and sectors are sectors by the sounds of it, or >>getting notifications for too many things at once. > >there is just a lot of navigating to do in that UI and some >very important layers/panels aren't easily accessible even >with a mouse. i'm sure they figured it out but playing on a >controller seems not optimal >
Yeah, accessing particular screens feels okay overall, I guess the really annoying part is when you have to back out of multiple layers since we can't quite just x out a panel. Hovering over stuff is trickier, which made learning combat and finding details on enemy ships a bit tricky, but being able to pause helps.
>>We're on an old patch still, 1.7? So we're playing a >>different version of the game, Utopia is supposed to bring >us >>further along but I don't know if it's meant for us to >match. > >utopia is a very significant update that will expand your >ability to approach the end game. there is a lot of cool >stuff in there. i don't think there will ever be pc/console >parity >
Yeah, I don't expect it, partly because they've said they'll be judging the sales numbers to decide if they even go further than Utopia I think, but even without that, it's possible it makes sense for the console adaptation to just not do everything the same.
>>Learning the game and how everything works can feel daunting >>but I've made pretty good sense of it now, survived a crisis >>on my third run. The game definitely has me sucked in right >>now, I should probably start splitting time with other games >>soon but every night after work I just want to see what >>happens next, and how far my robot/droid/android plan for my >>current race plays out, since I haven't used them before. > >the robot plan did not work out for me when i tried it. i >went way overboard with it though, to the point where my >people just hung out on a few small planets and robots >colonized every large planet they could. i'm not exactly sure >what went wrong but i needed to either give the robots more >rights or strip them of all rights and i made the wrong >choice
Hopefully I get it right! I have to remember to go check what they're default rights are set at, I assumed it would be favourable based on my starting ethics. I'm still trying not to expand until I have all the tech I want this time, going 'tall' I think they call it.