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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 03:20pm 17/02/10 | 6 Comments
Our very own strategist, Kosta Andreadis, has been sitting in his space-age war room, playing with sprockets and sitting by the red video space phone, ready to push "the" button... you know the one we mean.

Sins of a Solar Empire: Trinity was also being played by him (alongside his sprockets), helping him gauge his decision to push "the" button, and thankfully should any of us ever find ourselves in his position, he's put together a comprehensive report of his findings of the game. I just wish he'd stop wearing those rings - we all know rings aren't cool.

Click here for the full review.

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ara
Posted 03:52pm 17/2/10

Looks good but really hanging for Supcom2.
Trauma
Posted 03:53pm 17/2/10
How is appealing to a specific audience a bad thing? I think it's one of the best things a developer can do.
tassaadar
Posted 08:43am 19/2/10
I agree with Trauma appealing to a specific audience is a good thing
KostaAndreadis
Posted 11:58am 19/2/10
Definitely, hence the score of 8. But to put it in perspective a casual gamer would at a loss if they've had no real experience with strategy games and civilisation type gameplay. If that were a factore then the review score would be a lot lower.
konstie
Posted 12:51pm 19/2/10
sorry i haven't read the complete review, is this a standalone upgrade or do you need both other games to get this?
Dan
Posted 12:54pm 19/2/10
The "Diplomacy" expansion is the new content, if you buy just that separately then you need to have the original game. "Trinity", however is the bundle pack that includes both the original Sins of a Solar Empire game and the first expansion "Entrenchment".
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