Nice turn based-game inspired to the x-com series. Unlike most other x-com-style games it mantains intact the original spirit of the title. It has also nice graphics and music. Not to forget it is completely open-source and costantly under heavy development. Love it.
unfortunately me3 was not as good as me2 or me1. In my opinion it was a great mistake to disable locations like omega or illysium. now u can only visit citadel. furthermore the multiplayer in refenrence to the singleplayer really sucks. and the multiplayer is boring. it's always the same, theres only one game-mode, which is some invasion stuff.
the ending itself was pretty epic but unfortunately no reference to your actions where made, so in the end no of ur earlier choices matters. It's still a ****** epic game with some really emotional moments but its the same procedure as every time. the end of a video game story never is as great as u expect. but if u've played the first two parts its ur ******* duty to end this story!
After playing the latest revision (.46) I've found the game massively addictive and just the kind of thing the city-building genre needs, the game kinda reminds me of the classic Cultures 1/2 and Northland game in the village and soldier fields as well as the Majesty games to a certain effect.
The best part of the game is that your entire village is totally customisable, you can build it any way you want. The game has no limitations at all in this field. The sheer variety of content in the game gives you alot to consider, huge amounts of items and gear to produce always give your villages something to do and stops the game from getting too boring quickly.
Probably the biggest issue at this time is the limited tutorials providied with the game, they cover the bare minimum of the game but don't explain how to gain more villagers or how soldiers work or even how to attract and keep heroes happy, you sorta have to feel your way through and hope your making the right choices.
Overall the game is a good play and you should really try the demo at the very least.
Affter playing the full game in the past and just recently I have to say it's really a good game. The idea of the game and implementation is great. The game feels alot like a small time RTS mixed with some RPG elements. Probably the only issue with the game is the lack of length, the game is really quite short and gets a little repetative quickly but it's good to open up occasionally and play a round.
I expected savage2 to be Savage1 sequel with new graphics and a better engine. The truth is that Savage2 was basically remade from scratch. S2games tried to reinvent the wheel on things that shouldn't had been changed. I think what have made Savage1 so fun is lost in savage2. It's hard to enjoy if you ever played the first one because it feels like a downgrade.