Lost Empire: Immortals review

Lost in space, we hold out a thumb and hope for the best

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While the story is light and terribly translated at times, the quests are rewarding enough (resource-wise) to keep you doing them, although you’ll get tired of random civilisations saying, “We are tired of your presence, give us some minerals.” You may even find yourself lapsing into a fugue state involving automatically blowing up anyone you meet, just to stop them complaining about you.

While this is isn’t a particularly original nor brilliant game, it’s fun once you get past the bomb of research and design that the game drops on you. Just don’t expect a tutorial that will explain how to play this game; trial and error are your friends. Once you’ve allied with them, Lost Empire: Immortals will be one too.

May 5, 2008

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DescriptionDespite the tedious micromanagement Lost Empire: Immortal offers a solid space strategy with a lot of room for customization.
US censor rating"Everyone"
UK censor rating"12+"
Release date1 January 1970 (US), 1 January 1970 (UK)