Add the original soundtrack for Star Control: Origins to your library today! Featuring several tracks from the popular open universe space adventure RPG, these epic songs will leave you excited and ready to explore the galaxy. With 45 compositions from renowned composers Mason Fisher (Age of Wonder. OS: Windows 7 / 8 / 10 64-bit: CPU: Quad-core Intel or AMD processor: メモリ: 8 GB RAM: グラフィック: Video card with 2GB of video memory: DirectX: Version 11. Looked what dropped into my Steam Library today! Dam there goes my weekend and I haven't finished Strange Brigade yet! Star Control: Origins is now available, DRM-free on GOG.com. This is a sci-fi action/adventure with RPG elements and a new start for the beloved series. While investigating a far away distress signal upon Earth's first interstellar starship, you stumble upon this procedurally created galaxy, full of unknown alien races. StarCon, which was the title for Star Control 4, was Accolades final attempt at the franchise. They contracted a company called Starsphere Interactive to produce the game for PS1, but handled the PC development themselves. When the game was about 70% done, it was cancelled and thus never released.
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Earth Rising Expansion
Earth Rising is a 4-part expansion that contains new quests, ships, rewards, and story that is tied to humanity’s quest for establishing themselves as a major galactic power. Explore new stars, solve newly discovered mysteries, and form relationships with new alien races and their leaders.
Part 1: Aftermath
Star Control has ordered the construction of a new base in Episilon Trireme, but not every alien is happy about the idea of an expanding human empire and the base construction efforts have already encountered major trouble. Meanwhile, a suspiciously helpful group of aliens have returned and directed you toward the location of a potential new ally - a race of lazy aliens called the Gloosh. A new enemy has also appeared in the shadows, and it seems to have its own long and hostile history with humanity...
Part 2: Return of the Lexites
Face your most dangerous challenge yet against a post-singularity species whose motives are a mystery! The Lexites are impeding Earth's efforts to expand into known space. But, why? As the Captain of Earth's first interstellar starship, your mission is to visit new worlds and engage in combat against strange new ships while trying to unravel the mysterious plans of the post-humans who left Earth.
Part 3: The Syndicate
Humanity’s alliance is fraying and their plans for expanding into the galaxy are waylaid when they are faced with a new threat and a difficult choice. Two new factions have appeared on the scene: The Syndicate, a group of criminals, pirates, and other people of low moral quality, and The Liberators, an organization of idealistic freedom fighters. Both want your allegiance, and both want to destroy each other, which leaves you with a question: where do your loyalties lie?
Part 4: Earth Rises
Humans have finally proven that they may be worthy custodians to the Spur, but they must still prove themselves to allies and enemies alike. Meanwhile, Commander Magara is missing, a faction of humanity is developing a dangerous battlecruiser, and the Mowlings’ God has reluctantly returned and asked you to help save them from imminent destruction. and you’ve been tasked with finding him and returning him to safety. Perhaps a stop at Kapteyn’s bar will give you some more information - if you can avoid getting into a brawl long enough to talk to someone, that is.
Star Control: Origins is required to play DLC.
Available Platform: DOS - Alias: Star Control 2: The Ur-Quan Masters
Star Control II is the sci-fi strategy game sequel to the original Star Control and was developed by Toys for Bob and published by Accolade in 1992 for DOS.
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|Developer||Toys for Bob|
|OS supported||Win7 64 bit, Win8 64bit, Windows 10, MacOS 10.6+|
|Updated||2 December 2020|
Star Control II is the sci-fi strategy game sequel to the original Star Control and was developed by Toys for Bob and published by Accolade in 1992 for DOS. It was ported to 3DO in 1994.
Designed and programmed by Fred Ford and Paul Reiche III, the sci-fi masterpiece is considered one of the best games ever created for PC.
Star Control II picks up the story from the original where a galactic war still rages between the Alliance of Free Stars and the destructive Hierarchy of Battle Thralls. So far the Battle Thralls have got an edge on the Alliance and has taken Earth as a slave planet. Meanwhile, the Alliance had sent a research crew who wound up stranded on a distant planet after shipping their only ship for help. Ten years later, the stranded team was finally able to complete a vessel to get off the planet with the help of a child prodigy born to a crew member. You take control of the hero as your ship is captured by the enemy. Your goal is to escape your captors, recruit an army of alien allies and save the galaxy. How hard could it be?
The gameplay consists of open space exploration, talking to alien races, and engaging in space combat via ship. Your ship is available to upgrade and power up to help you survive in space. Outside of working on your own starship, you can also build up a fleet of other vessels to bolster your combat strength. With exploration relatively open-ended, space is your playground.
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Star Control II mixes action and strategy in an engaging storyline that keeps you playing. Whether you’re new to the series or a Star Control veteran, now is your chance to relive the award-winning classic.
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Apparently, the source code of the original DOS version was partially lost, while the code of the 3DO version was released under the GNU license. The author released a freeware version of Star Control II porting the 3DO to PC and changing the title to The Ur-Quan Masters.
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Review by: Tasha
Published: 22 September 2018 8:46 am