- Summary: 200 years after the first chapter for Space Rangers, a new, even more dangerous threat arises in the galaxy. A key planet producing war androids has become self-aware and is attempting to conquer the galaxy one planet at a time. These machines are not only capable of fulfilling any order, but they have their own intellect and force of will. This new type of cyber life is driven only by instinct of destruction and cares only about expanding the realm of the silicate. Freedom of choice is a distinguishing feature of the Space Rangers saga and continues as players explore the massive world. The game is not limited by borders and allows players an opportunity to influence the branching storyline. At the same time, the larger and more expansive game world lives and develops by itself. In Space Rangers 2 players will have an opportunity to test their skills not only in outer space, but on planets' surfaces as well. 3D real-time battles on planets is a new part of the game. By producing and upgrading war machines, gamers have a chance to defeat the ominous threat of the Dominators. [1C Company]… Expand
WillF.10A fantastic game from outside of the mainstream of software development. Only people that were more concerned with making a satisfying game than making money would have produced this sprawling, free-form masterpiece. Seriously, how do you market a game with the most childish name but with the most cerebral gaming experience? I found this for $10 at my local Target (in the discout jewel-case software section) and it would have been worth 10 times the price! I applaud the other reviewers here -- glad to hear that there are still thinking people playing PC games!… Expand
MehmetT.8Oh this one is really interesting game with a title that most people find to be rather silly. I never got that really. Space rangers, why is that supposed to be silly? That's what your character is in the game, you are ranger, in space. Although you can also abuse your position by becoming a pirate. The cool thing is, the game incorporates varies gaming elements into one game, and sets you loose into the known galaxy to experience them as you see fit. And because the game sets you loose in this fashion, It's also highly replayable. The only annoying part about this game for me was the wacky way in which this game was translated into English (the developer is a Russian company). An important portion of this game is conveyed through texts, so sometimes the poor translation gets you confused and ends up detracting from the gaming experience. But nevertheless, those who pick up this game will probably be pleasantly surprised by its creativity and gameplay.… Expand
4This will be two reviews in one.
First few hours of the game, I rate an eight (first 3-5 hours). The fights look cool, tend to be thinking-based, you can trade here and there - you know, the usual.
Quests are fun, script-based text adventures.
However, after those 5 hours, you'll see that the possibilities game offered had just ended. And you don't want to play it anymore. It gets irritating then, and you rate it a 0.
What I mean is, all the things that made me like this game to a point of an 8, turned the other cheek and began irritating me. Pointless battles, pointless fighting, pointless pointless pointless.… Expand