Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion Crack/Patch

Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion The time of Diplomacy is now over. The length of the war and differing opinions on what should be done to bring the war to an end has led to a splintering of the groups involved. The controlling powers-that-be have exhausted arsenals and seem to have spent all efforts of diplomacy. Trapped in a stalemate, sub-factions have rebelled and split off from the main alignments. Rebellion is upon us.

Download Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 84 / 100
User rating
8
Downloads 2758
Genre Strategy, General
Company / Developer
Stardock / Ironclad Games

Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion reviews ( 7 )

Balthazzar, Aug 9, 2012

This game offers a lot more tactical depth then what you'd expect from from a real-time version of popular turn-based 4X games. With an enormous tech tree, a flexible - well designed diplomatic system and 6 factions (3x2) that play very differently this game offers more than enough content to keep you occupied for months (given the sky-high replay value and dozen hour-long matches) While reading the negative reviews i came to realize that they mostly cover the following: -the "expansion" hasn't got enough new content (with which I highly disagree, besides, it's a standalone title) -Master of orion and Gal Civ are better (to people who say this: real-time strategies are obviously not your thing, no matter how much content they pack) The game is as good as flawless when you look at it at a standalone viewpoint.

anhpp, Jul 15, 2013

and 1 more thing to say is that u could but it with the price 13.59$ (-66% account) those players keep talking about too expensive is ridiculous. Hope them will buy games wiser next time

asdfjaffsdgk, Jun 16, 2012

As people have said, Sins Rebellion is a perfect entry point for newcomers into an amazing series. This is my first Sins game and I absolutely love it. The grand scale of combat is pretty epic to behold and take part in. Apparently this standalone expansion doesn't actually offer too much new content, it just refines the older games. However, if you look at the game by itself, there is nothing quite like it.

Old_Skewl_Gamer, Sep 18, 2013

I never played the original game and have only played this version so for me it's good. Games take a long time to set up and execute which means it's kind of limited in how often it can be played. A decent 4x RTS game but not turn based. Best on sale. I wouldn't pay $40 for this like people did. My biggest complaint would be it's pretty much just blob up your forces in to one big fleet and sweep the map but then I'm a newbie and have only played on lower difficulty settings with few opponents.

Necrotaur, Jun 13, 2012

Rebellion takes the Sins series several steps further by adding new ships, techs and factions, and an improved diplomacy function. The AI has been beefed up as well, and is generally competent at even the lowest difficulty levels (hey, don't judge!). That being said, the $40 price tag is a bit hefty if you already have the other games in the series.

joeybear, Dec 28, 2012

While Rebellion adds great new features to a solid game, you can't help but wonder why these features weren't included from vanilla release. The expansion is overpriced if you already own the original game, there is alot of missed potential here: where are the new factions? new planet types? only 3 new ships per faction? The game is an addictive, fun, and challenging RTS, it does however still suffer from balancing issues.

damaged, Jun 21, 2014

Money-grabbing, untruthful tactic made to take your money for a few extra goodies pasted into an old game and selling as new, In my opinion, Stardock is a disreputable company whose main form of income comes from trickery and deceit, do not buy!