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Stellaris

Get ready to explore, discover and interact with a multitude of species as you journey among the stars. Forge a galactic empire by sending out science ships to survey and explore, while construction ships build stations around newly discovered planets. Discover buried treasures and galactic wonders as you spin a direction for your society, creating limitations and evolutions for your explorers. Alliances will form and wars will be declared. Like all our Grand Strategy games, the adventure evolves with time. Because free updates are a part of any active Paradox game, you can continue to grow and expand your empire with new technologies and capabilities. What will you find beyond the stars? Only you can answer that.
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Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

I went in trying to build an enlightened utopia. With blood and sweat I built a federation, using diplomacy and trade to scramble my way to the top despite warmongers all around me. Then the Unbidden came. My territory was overrun, defenses were wiped out, and my allies began to fracture. But I held on. Planet after planet was wiped out but I held onto my core, building up the mother of all fleets. I lost upwards of 80% of my territory and my stockpiles of resources were nearly exhausted, but I sent forth my fleet in a last glorious charge against inevitability. I cut through tens of thousands of Unbidden ships, fleet after fleet, until I arrived at the doorstep of the Dimensional Portal... only to find that a rival empire had claimed a critical star system and closed their borders, blocking my path. My resources were nearly exhausted, and my fleet was months away from crumbling under its own weight so there was no time to find a diplomatic solution. I declared war. Alas, the allies in my federation were too cowardly to provoke another power while they were still in the midst of pushing back the Unbidden so I had to make a hard decision. I left the Federation that I had built and given everything to and declared war on my own. As my new enemy scrambled and threatened to overrun what little I had left, my fleet Last Hope pushed through the one troublesome system and then to the Dimensional Portal - the genesis of the Unbidden threat that had all but destroyed my civilization. I gave the order and prayed. Before I knew it, untold thousands of my people were dead floating in foreign space, but the portal was destroyed. It was over. Not just the Unbidden threat, but my empire. I had no wealth, no territory, no federation, and my shattered fleet was in no shape to fight a war on its own. Then I saw it. An achievement: "Victorious"

Review from Steam

Lower your prices, damnit!

Review from Steam

-I begin colonizing planets
-some weird bug species emerges from the ground of one of my planets
-i try to kill them with fire
-they steal my mining equipment
-they try to escape in a ship that landed on the planet so they can live happily in space and have a shot at building a successful empire
-i blow them up before they can get off the ground and their species is no more
Problem solved

Review from Steam

started off peaceful and diplomatic, discovered a ton of space racists,
a few wars later i've become the biggest space racist in the whole galaxy
10/10

Review from Steam

Space aliens tried to commit space genocide against my space people so I fought their space ships with my space ships and conquered their space planet and did space slavery on their people, all happening in space

Review from Steam

This one time I helped develop a primitive world from The Stone Age to Faster Than Light Travel in under 50 years, and then they turned out to be xenophobic racists who resented our influence, so I promptly tried to eviscerate them, but as it turns out everyone in galaxy liked this, pathetic, tiny, racist fish BASTARDS more than my Noble trading nation and then every federation turned on me. I think this is like World War 1 I think.
10/10

Review from Steam

Insane depth, but what do you expect from a paradox game?
A little buggy, but what do you expect from a paradox game?