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Game size: 4.32GB for PC
Release year: 2015
Game Size: 4.32GB
Developers: Focus Home Interactive
Publishers: Tindalos Interactive
Etherium is a fascinating real-time strategy game that – like any other strategy game – demands not only tactical mastery, but also the ability to effectively command an army to victory. If you fail to meet these criteria then maybe this isn’t the game for you, because Etherium‘s alien aesthetic and fast-paced action can be a little overwhelming for those of you who are new to the genre. Don’t get me wrong however; Tindalos Interactive has created an enchanting game, where excitement greets you around every corner. If you want to survive the war, then I recommend you pay attention solider, because there is a lot to learn.
Etherium takes place in a science-fiction universe, wherein three separate Empires are engaged in a war over the magical – yet somewhat mysterious – mineral Etherium. Each Empire manipulates the Etherium differently. For example, the Vectide Empire uses the mineral to help sustain a life form in an exoskeleton, which in turn, makes their race more powerful; unfortunately their dependence on Etherium has created a cycle of war in which they must fight to survive. The game itself follows the generic RTS formula, use the classic macro-management system to create your army, manage your resources, and then develop a base, before going out and annihilating the enemy. Etherium has also incorporated a secondary mode, and if you’re playing a ‘Conquest’ then your game won’t be limited to only RTS. Between battles, your empire (and the two others) will each take turns to move around the galaxy. You can repair your mothership, or use political cards to hinder the activities of another faction. You can also attack other ships, or launch an assault on their territory. By adding this mode, Tindalos Interactive haven’t simply created another real-time strategy game to be thrown onto the pile, but they’ve created something a little bit bigger. By allowing the battle to extend into the galaxy, it creates a non-linear storyline in which every move you make affects the standing of your Empire. There really are endless hours of fun to be had here.
Before embarking on a conquest, Etherium warns you that you should probably familiarize yourself with the game by completing the tutorial first. This is something you definitely want to do. It’s not that Etherium is a complicated game, and in fact, once you’ve got to grips with the interface the game becomes very simple, but I can understand why they usher first time players towards the tutorial. To put it bluntly, Etherium is like no other game you’ve ever played before. Starcraft and Commander and Conquer may have prepared you for both aliens, and futuristic technology, but Etherium attempts to take that to a whole other level. The science-fiction galaxy that the game throws you into is completely detached from our own world, and that can be exemplified by the three playable factions in the game. The Vectide Empire – whom I took favour with – and the Intar are both far removed from anything you’ve ever seen before, and even though the Consortium is a human faction, it’s still difficult to relate to them, due to the influence of the specialist mercenaries and spies of the inhuman Shadow Network.
|CPU:||Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.4 Ghz / AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+|
|CPU Speed:||Very fast|
|OS:||The operating system present in the above "System requirements" is necessary for the title run. Thus, if the above is OS: Windows Vista , newer operating systems like Windows 7 or Windows 8 are automatically accepted by the game. And Windows XP or earlier versions will not run the game.|
|Video Card:||Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 / ATI Radeon HD 5850 with 1 GB and DirectX 9.0c|
|Free Disk Space:||5 GB|
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