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  • Sid Meier's Civilization Beyond Earth: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Sid Meier's Civilization Beyond Earth: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Sid Meier's Civilization Beyond Earth: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Sid Meier's Civilization Beyond Earth: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Sid Meier's Civilization Beyond Earth: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Sid Meier's Civilization Beyond Earth: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Sid Meier's Civilization Beyond Earth: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Sid Meier's Civilization Beyond Earth: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Sid Meier's Civilization Beyond Earth: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Sid Meier's Civilization Beyond Earth: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Sid Meier's Civilization Beyond Earth: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Sid Meier's Civilization Beyond Earth: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Sid Meier's Civilization Beyond Earth: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Sid Meier's Civilization Beyond Earth: Screenshots zum Artikel
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  • Sid Meier's Civilization Beyond Earth: Screenshots zum Artikel
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Über das Spiel

Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth ist ein neuer, Science-Fiction-orientierter Teil der preisgekrönten Civilization-Reihe. Dieser spielt in der Zukunft, in der globale Ereignisse die Welt destabilisiert und zu einem Kollaps der modernen Gesellschaften geführt haben. Es besteht eine neue Weltordnung und die Zukunft der Menschheit ist unsicher. Während die Menschen darum kämpfen, sich von der Katastrophe zu erholen, konzentrieren sich die neu entstandenen Nationen darauf, ihre Ressourcen für Reisen in den Weltraum zu bündeln, um der Menschheit einen Neuanfang zu ermöglichen.

Als Mitglied einer Expedition, die das Ziel hat, eine neue Heimat fernab der Erde zu finden, schreiben Sie das nächste Kapitel der Menschheit und führen Ihr Volk in neue Weiten zur Gründung einer neuen Zivilisation im Weltraum. Erkunden und kolonisieren Sie einen fremden Planeten, erforschen Sie neue Technologien, stellen Sie mächtige Armeen auf, bauen Sie beeindruckende Wunder und gestalten Sie das Gesicht Ihrer neuen Welt. Beim Aufbruch zu Ihrer Reise müssen Sie bedeutende Entscheidungen treffen. Wählen Sie einen Sponsor, den Aufbau Ihrer Kolonie und bestimmen Sie den Pfad, den Ihre Zivilisation einschlägt – jede Entscheidung bringt neue Möglichkeiten.

Features
  • Leben Sie das Abenteuer: Bestimmen Sie die Ausrichtung Ihrer Kultur, indem Sie einen von acht verschiedenen Sponsoren für die Expedition wählen, jeder mit eigenem Staatsoberhaupt und eigenen Vorteilen. Wählen Sie aus verschiedenen Alternativen das Raumschiff, die Fracht und die Kolonisten, was sich direkt auf die Startbedingungen auf dem neuen Planeten auswirkt.
  • Kolonisieren Sie eine fremde Welt: Erkunden Sie die Gefahren und Vorteile eines neuen Planeten mit gefährlichem Terrain, Ressourcen und feindlichen Lebensformen, die es auf der Erde nicht gibt. Bauen Sie Außenposten, finden Sie alte außerirdische Relikte, domestizieren Sie neue Lebensformen, entwickeln Sie blühende Städte und legen Sie Handelswege an, um Ihrem Volk Reichtum zu bringen.
  • Technologienetz: Um den Fortschritt in eine unsichere Zukunft zu reflektieren, geschieht der technologische Fortschritt anhand mehrerer nichtlinearer Entscheidungen, die sich auf die Entwicklung der Menschheit auswirken. Das Technologienetz umspannt drei große Bereiche, die alle eigene Siegbedingungen haben.
  • Orbitale Ebene: Bauen und setzen Sie fortschrittliche militärische, wirtschaftliche und wissenschaftliche Satelliten ein, die aus dem Orbit strategische Angriffs- und Verteidigungsvorteile und Unterstützung bieten.
  • Einheiten anpassen: Schalten Sie mit dem Technologienetz unterschiedliche Verbesserungen frei und passen Sie Ihre Einheiten an Ihre Spielweise an.
  • Multiplayer: Bis zu acht Spieler können um die Herrschaft über eine neue fremde Welt kämpfen.
  • Mod-Unterstützung: Die umfangreiche Mod-Unterstützung lässt Sie das Spielerlebnis anpassen und erweitern.

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435 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11.04.20 17:03
Nicht das bekannteste oder beste seiner Zeit, aber es ist es wer mal rein zu schauen, da es echt coole Mechaniken besitzt, die leider im Späteren Civs nicht mehr vorhanden waren.
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3015 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14.05.20 09:21
Gestern noch Stunden lang gezockt und nun startet das Spiel einfach mal gar nicht mehr.

Bei direct x11: Keine Rückmeldung.

Bei AMD Mantle: Geht einfach kommentarlos aus und beim überprüfen festgestellt das die DLL Dateien weg sind.

Hab schon auf Fehler überprüfen gemacht und eine neue Installation durchgezogen. Bringt alles nichts mehr.


Auf keinen Fall kaufen, es sei denn es werden Lösungen für das Problem bekannt die auch Funktionieren,


Keine Empfehlung, weggeworfenes Geld!
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498 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 06.09.20 16:32
Sehr gutes Spiel zum Entspannen.
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7761 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29.07.20 18:16
Echt cooles Spiel. Super endlos.
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Verfasst: 15.12.20 19:39
ein gutes spiel wenn man auf civ steht
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11981 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12.02.20 18:19
Brilliant Game. Civlization games are lovely as always, but this is my fav so far. brilliant concept and visuals. amazing back story. nice factions. versatile gameplay(rising tide)
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26843 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13.02.20 19:42
This is a really amazing game. It's virtue system has 4 paths across Industry, Might, Prosperity, and Knowledge, and the the three affinities, Harmony, Supremacy, and Purity can be adapted to your own personal styles. As you increase your Affitinity you unlock upgrades to your units. With Rising Tide, cities can be built at sea and you can get hybrid affinities for each of your units.

The technological researches are in a web starting from center out, and leaf technolgies under each of those branches. Game pace and setting can be changed from the advanced setup menu to allow for easier or tougher and shorter or longer gameplay. The advanced setup menu allows for some customazation of the map, allowing you to chose planetary age, biome, sea levels and more.

As you play, you receive a variety of differing quests which impact the game in small ways, upon completion of them you can gain affinity, small bonuses to structures and sometimes resources.

No one playthrough is ever the same as each map is randomly generated, and AI's respond according to the map and your actions throughout the game. The unique and stunning graphics, and amazing soundtrack make it that much more immersive and enjoyable.

The Diplomacy system is lacking and the AI is tough to negotiate with. With rising tide it the diplomacy system is slightly worsened. Quests, while they do provide bonuses, are virtually the same in every game just coming in a different order.

Upon original release this game received a great deal of flack for not being a remake of Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri and while it may share some ideas and concepts, it is not Alpha Centauri and is a very fine and enjoyable game on it's own with stunning graphics, good music, and fair amount of choice, and great deal of tactics and strategy.
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6401 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28.02.20 20:05
Civ always felt like historical fiction, a book genre I never really got into. I'm a big science fiction book fan, so that makes Beyond Earth the perfect Civ game for me.
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10537 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12.03.20 18:52
The DLC content is a must-have. The experience is significantly more polished than the base game.
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3161 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12.03.20 17:38
First off, this is NOT Alpha Centauri. I've played many hours with that game and this is NOTHING like Alpha Centauri other than the basic premise.

With that out of the way, let's get to the meat of the review.

First off, Beyond Earth is based on Civ 5, the last of the 'old school' style Civ games. What I mean by that is before the District System that has been introduced in Civ 6, Civ games were less interesting overall visually. You've got your city, you've got your improvements, you've got the units going about, and that is about it in terms of map visuals. Everything is built in the city and outside the wonders, you don't see much of what you have built within the cities.

In addition, the engine has similar issues to Unreal in that it takes a while for the graphics to 'get to spec' and lags in terms of rendering landscapes (especially when a lot is going on in the 'background').

With that out of the way, the game plays like Civ 5, but in space. This is similar to how Alpha Centauri played, where it was Civ 2/Call to Power but in space. Both games also utilized unit customization but in different ways. In Alpha Centauri's case, it is an optimization process of armor, cost, abilities, and armament. In Beyond Earth's case, it is visual and combat style. You see, every time you improve your units, you have to choose from two combat perks and these perks tend to either shore up weaknesses, improve strengths, or add interesting advantages like improving strength with each adjacent unit.

Progression in Beyond Earth is what makes it stand out. Instead of simply tech progression, the game utilizes 'affinity' progression. There are three affinities: Purity (Humanity First), Harmony (fusing alien and human), and Supremacy (Uplifts). With Rising Tide you can hybridize two affinities near the end of the game. Each 'pure' affinity has a specific combat style. For example, Purity is all about firepower and durability while Supremacy is all about speed and flanking. 'Hybrid' affinities mix the two affinities while making their own spin on them, like purity-supremacy units tend to be something of both but with a focus on abilities (at least, that is how I got the most out of them). Each affinity has a resource specific (purity=Floatstone, harmony=Xenomass, supremacy=Firaxite) to it and their availability heavily determines on your affinity path.

This goes into the first complaint that people have when comparing it to Alpha Centauri: the factions feel all the same. The reason for this is due to each affinity requiring a specific resource, making factions set in stone in terms of affinity useless when there isn't enough of that resource to go around. Alpha Centauri never had this problem... although had others instead (broken Psi).

The complaints... don't have that much water when you actually look at the bigger picture mechanically... but people like to complain and rant and rave whenever things aren't to their spec or aren't 'pure' enough.

The game itself plays like Civ 5... and Civ 5 was back when 2 units per tile was a thing and before the vastly improved District System of Civ 6... and the 'old school' system of Civ has aged rather poorly. Then again, that system has been around for a better part of two decades by the time this game was released, with only a handful of upgrades to its credit. It is simple, but doesn't allow for striking visuals like the District System does.

The combat hasn't changed a bit since Civ 5 and, really, combat isn't the focus of a Civ game even though it is a major part of it. You've got your ranged units, you're melee units, your aircraft, and your naval units. Nothing much changed with those and plays a lot like Civ 5 in that manor...

Really, this is a good game for all its faults...
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Verfasst: 24.02.20 13:44
This is one of my favorite Civilization games. Being a Science-Fiction fan, there's plenty to like here. The different diplomacy and the personalisation of your own character add further interesting choices. Finally, the different paths to victory allow to have very different strategies. Just great.
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8959 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14.02.20 02:37
This game is turn-based strategy, which I prefer, and is based in space rather than on Earth. Many of the game mechanics resemble Civ V, but it also has its own spin on things. The Rising Tide expansion adds features that increase your options for molding your tribe the way you wish. The game has multiple ways to win, which allows you to play different ways from game to game, and increases replayability.
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Verfasst: 25.02.20 02:46
great game
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5058 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24.02.20 00:28
Absolutely spectacular sci-fi take on the civ you know and love, with thoughtfully crafted leaders and lore and gameplay innovations that genuinely shake up, and to my taste improve, the experience. The quest system offers choices of significant buffs that change your gameplay style, and the victory quests, while not perfect, offer a variety of challenges--and both provide beautifully written story to fill in the absence of civ's trademark history. Affinities are a fun way to structure progress, and I prefer them to the eras of traditional civ, plus they come with totally cool style upgrades to your leader and colony. Rising Tide is worth it for the aquatic cities alone, but I also quite like the diplomacy system: agreements are strategically significant and peace is a more viable option than in most civ games, even if everyone gets really mad when I start awakening the sentient planet to absorb us all into its hivemind. All in all, it's very nearly the perfect science fiction civ game I always dreamed of. (And firaxis, if you're listening, I know it's six years old but I will still give you money if you give me more badass leaders like Arshia and Daoming to play as.)
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Verfasst: 19.02.20 07:17
In my opinion the best of the Civ series. Large maps, great differences in choices for leaders. Love it.
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Verfasst: 05.04.20 14:25
I really want to love this game, but it's just too buggy... besides random crashes, the game engine itself can't handle the game at late stages, i.e. I can't really use the satellite/orbital function because it will crash. When I submitted a ticket, I was basically told 'yeah, the engine can't handle too many satellites, so try not to build too many'. So, a function of the game, cannot be used to it's potential IN the game. Could have been so much fun, too...
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Verfasst: 13.04.20 11:49
Very good, criminaly underrated.
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Verfasst: 07.04.20 21:44
To start, are there areas that need improvement? Yes. Are there areas that are done well? Also yes.
Each sponsor gives you a different experience, some better for warfare, some for subterfuge and some for diplomacy and trading. With Rising Tide the modification of units is pretty diverse and their appearances are equally diverse. The Affinities give different play styles and the modifications to your cities and sponsor are nice looking in addition to shaping other nations' opinions of you. The worlds are also diverse and stunning looking.
That said there are areas that need improvement. The ability to lock in the look of your sponsor and cities or completely lock out an Affinity if you wish is sorely lacking. Also the aliens, especially the Siege Worms, spawn far too quickly on some maps and can keep you sealed into your first city if their nests are close.
Overall, a good Civilization game and one that was sadly neglected by Firaxis.
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Verfasst: 15.04.20 21:03
Still buggy years after release, clunky dated proprietary interface, bad documentation, dense and idiosynchratic and difficult to learn, not a sandbox--definitely wants you to follow a few narrow directions in play style.

Visionary, makes you think, amazing ideas, but badly implemented/executed.
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Verfasst: 23.04.20 00:31
Basically just a reskin of civ 5 but somehow worse. The tech web is confusing and hard to grasp, the combat is average at best. There are very little choices for different factions and overall the game is just not worth the $40. I feel like they released one DLC and just shoved this game in the drawer of abandoned opportunities. I can't even recommend getting this game when its on sale. Save your money and get something better
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3153 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15.04.20 00:44
An amazing strategy game - although it is turn based, still love it! All the sid meyers have been blessings :)
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5434 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15.04.20 18:12
I can see why there is a number of negative reviews, as the game did show a few visual bugs in late game for me, and it might get repetitive after 100 hours. However the game never crashed on me and there were no other bugs that actually affected gameplay. And so far, playing the game always felt compelling, often fascinating and impressive. Having seen the bad reviews, this game surprised me very much in a positive way. I like the affinity system and really most of the things that are new in this game compared to civ 5. I also like that there are no nuclear weapons, it leaves more room for late game conventional warfare. And there are a lot of units with special mechanisms, which you can utilize in different ways, depending on your affinity. The affinity system connects science, military, diplomacy and which victory will be easiest for you to achieve. I love that. I was surprised how much fun a new civ game can be after playing so much of civ 5, and how many new mechanics they added that didnt bother me in any way. I wouldnt buy the game without the expansions and without being reduced the full price might be a bit much. But i'm happy to have gotten this game during a sale and dont regret it a single bit.
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380 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25.05.20 21:22
This plays a lot like Civ 5 with all of its DLC. It was surprising to me how uninterested I was in this game without the Earth/human history aspect of it.

I never tried the DLC for this game though, so maybe that makes it worth playing.

I guess I'd recommend it to people that love space and aliens or didn't like the historic aspect of Civ 5.

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2294 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27.05.20 06:57
Beyond Earth is a well made game. I had no technical issues, having the graphics at their maximum settings. I do feel that the UI (User Interface) is incredibly difficult to read. There were times that I would have to pull up information on my second monitor, to be able to read all of the information that was too small to read on an 85 inch display in 4k resolution. However, once you have learned the game and understand what everything is, this is not something to worry about.

I can recommend this game for those that like turn based strategy games. I prefer the classic style of Civilization on Earth, but this game was very well made and a fun twist to that concept.
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Verfasst: 17.05.20 19:52
Awesome switch from the normal civ
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5658 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22.05.20 18:25
It has lots of interesting stuff, like the expeditions, the tech tree and the affinity, the quest system and the victory conditions. It would be great if there are more leaders and more content, but this game seems to be forgot by 2K.
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1009 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10.06.20 04:25
Yes, yes, I know, I'm waaay behind on the curvv for civilization games, but what can I say? I didn't have a computer capable for a while, and now I do! This game is very similar to the others in the franchise, and if you like the UI and turn-based gameplay, you'll feel right at home with this game. I enjoy it very much!
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Verfasst: 07.06.20 05:24
I like the different factions and the quotes for the knowledge tree are humerous
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53219 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 01.06.20 18:00
I had to uninstall it - despite the fact that it was/is one of my favorites - because it doesn't appear to work on macOS 10.5 (Catalina). Extremely disappointed that Aspyr, et al., haven't stepped up to the plate and recompiled/rebuilt with the necessary 64 bit support, even though Apple announced the retirement of support for 32 bit apps nearly two years ago. Only game that I can still use is Civ V - I can't find the bits for Civ VI or my other games, either. All the hoopla over DLCs is superfluous if the basic game won't run.
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Verfasst: 06.06.20 11:06
This game is insane. Dievs svētī Latviju!
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8921 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12.07.20 03:29
I feel like this game gets way too much hate. I was first given BE at a Christmas party by my uncle, and was confused as to how strategy games even worked. I installed it, couldn't hack the tech tree, and gave up.

Then, I watched a Firaxis livestream, and everything changed. The tech tree made total sense, and I saw the basic ideas that would teach me how to play the game's fundamentals (how to settle properly, how to optimise science, energy etc.)

I've seen this game be critiqued a lot for being too much like Civ 5. I own Civ 5, but haven't played it too long - however, playing Civ 6, an evolution of 5, I can see where critics are coming from. However, as this was my first brush with the Civ franchise, I saw this game as close to perfect when I had first started playing it. However, Civ 6 is clearly a better game, but I have a lot of nostalgia for this game because it was my first experience with a strategy game.

Some of my favourite aspects are the aliens, the tech tree, aquatic cities in RT and the affinity system. Playing in harmony with the aliens was always fun for me and it seemed to be counterproductive to kill them, especially when the penalties can outweigh the benefits massively; alien krakens wander in to your coastal cities with an axe to grind. The tech tree is also more refined than in traditional Civ entries, and I wish Civ 6 had implemented the additional techs in some way or other.

However, the game is far from perfect; the only victory type that is easy to acquire is the Domination victory; one victory (Signal) is entirely locked to an incredibly rare coincidental set of side quests, making it more difficult to plan effectively for that victory type. The quests are also incredibly generic, repeating every other game and always resulting in the same excessively powerful choice. Firaxis could have at least increased the number of quests and randomised which appeared in each game. Diplomacy in the base game is also fundamentally lacking and very barebones; however, Rising Tide completely fixes those problems.

Overall though, Beyond Earth is a great game with significant polish but not that much depth, the side quests epitomising the extent of the game's problems.
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3184 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16.07.20 04:00
Overwhelming number of options, but extremely low depth. Played across dozens of games, the tech trees of mainline civ may only give you 3-6 choices at a time, but they'll be interesting choices every time. Here, you get between 7-20+ per decision to research, and after about three playthroughs it's all dull. Same applies to the types of units and buildings.

TL;DR, you spend the first few playthroughs taking forever to try and recognize what everything is, and after that you end up playing more or less the exact same every time within one of the three paths you're given.
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3320 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 05.07.20 04:17
Civilization: Beyond Earth may be a spin-off but one that can stand on its own. Things are more unpredictable but the gameplay is still very familiar. More important: Beyond Earth is more than just Civilization V in space.
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2680 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29.06.20 15:01
Honestly a terribly underrated game. While yes there are many cons such as a seizure inducing UI (Tech Tree) I feel the overall content of the game makes it worth while. It's pretty different from other civ games as you're not as reliant on your technology but rather a mix of your technology and affinity. The world design is unique and feels different than Civ 5 and 6.

I would not buy this game for the full price but it's completely worth it on sale for around 10-15 USD.

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4307 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 03.07.20 06:13
IT needs the rising tide dlc. Game is really well balanced and enjoyable.
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44845 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30.06.20 00:21
If I may be honest, Rising Tide makes this MUCH more fun, so keep that in mind when it kinda disappoints you at first. The affinities are a nice change from traditional tech tree upgrades that you see in most Civ games.
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67 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22.07.20 06:21
Bought this years ago, played it for an hour. Wanted to try again and it won't load. i9-10900k, 2080ti, won't even show the loading screen. Seems lots of other people have this problem too.
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343 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 09.07.20 14:43
Just couldn't get into it. It's just not engaging like other Civ games.
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2509 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12.06.20 06:50
There's so much to like here but so much to hate as well. Especially the diplomacy. You'll be minding your own business growing your colony and next thing you know you're at war with three people because you didn't have enough improvements. And with the fact that stacking units has been gone since V you're forced into these awkward wars where you lose cities to boats even though you had the manpower to defend them but some other unit was in the way. Playing without AI is more fun, and that kinda defeats the purpose of playing Civ when there are no opponents.
These small flaws, among others, just kill the ability for me to recommend the game to others.
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1563 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27.08.20 01:35
The obvious comparison is to Sid Meir's Alpha Centauri, and SMAC is the better game. This, however, is far from imperfect, and I would still say it contains a lot of value to a veteran of SMAC.

Basically, if you enjoyed Civilization V, and want (or can at least stand) a SMAC-like game done in Civilization V's engine, you'll be happy you purchased this game. If you have some problem with Civilization V, Beyond Earth with Rising Tides isn't for you.

If you don't have a problem with Civ V, though, this is great stuff. I can list a hundred things I think this game could have done better, but it's the true mark of a classic when you care enough to play a game that long and learn about those problems. It's addicting. You really feel like you're arriving on a fresh new world, eager to pioneer a grand new human civilization light years from a dying Earth. It sells the fantasy it is trying to convey, in spades.
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509 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 21.08.20 19:37
Doesn't work. Permanent black screen and loading mouse on start up. have to restart the computer to close the program. tried fixes on the community page. none of it worked
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3874 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30.08.20 06:36
Welcome to Civ Beyond Earth, the spiritual successor to Alpha Centauri. Is it any good? In my opinion, yes. This game plays live Civilization V, it is in fact a spin off of that game.

The game is unbalanced; There are 3-4 starting options that simply better than all the rest. You will for example always pick +culture a turn, because it provides the fastest unlock of the upgrade tree and visibility of titanium because it provides +5 production right off the bat. A person who knows the meta will easily outclass the AI.

It totes it's 'affinity' system: More or less the player can pick one of three (one of six with Rising Tide DLC) talent trees to go down that provide specific upgrades to their units. You can be robots with good tech, breed with the aliens and turn yourself into an every growing horde of hippies, or decide that you hate the planet and want to purge all alien life- which will quickly make you fall behind because military focus is not the meta.

However, the player is restricted from affinities with resources found across the map- It could be that you want to play as robots this game but all the Firaxite needed to do that is on the other side of the world and now you're stuck as space hippies. Now, each affinity is supposed to have its strengths and weaknesses, but a half competent player will end most games with some odd mixed affinity, having maxed one out and gone down another tree after- This inspired the DLC which added content for these mixed paths.

The tech tree is non-linear and has multiple branching paths to go down, but you'll still end up going down most of them. The AI does not seem to deal with end game tech well- particularly teleporters seem to be a sore point for them. You can watch as the enemy army leaves their homeland undefended and then just teleport onto their capital. I've done that, multiple times.

The mods are buggy and need to be loaded twice to actually turn on.

I don't know how to write reviews, but I do know I like this game. I recommend this game, if you want more Civ 5, in all its unbalanced glory, with aliens, and robotic hiveminds, I strongly recommend this game- On sale.
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6668 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29.08.20 21:30
The spirital successor to Alpha Centauri. I enjoyed it the most of all modern civs. Nonlinear Tech Tree and an intersting World to explore
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9209 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17.09.20 22:41
Terrible garbage of a game. Horrible UI, Buggy mechanics, and missing icons. Do not play even if you get it for free. The team behind this needs to be charged with war crimes. Disgusting.
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9341 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 08.09.20 14:33
This game got an unfair reputation. I liked a lot of the mechanics introduced clearly as a test for future installments of Civ series and was sad when some were not followed up on Civ VI. I did like the outpost concept and the diplomacy system. Nice graphics and soundtrack also should give this game a better rating than it shows.
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25777 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 07.09.20 09:38
always good fun these civ games
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625 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 31.08.20 07:43
Genuinely a great game, had it on both my steam accounts. This for many reasons is such a different and amazing addition to the civilization franchise. I would 100% be willing to purchase an expansion a new expansion pack for this. Id love to see new content added, this and Civ V are tied for my favorite Civ games. If you dont own any civ games and enjoy sci-fi over ancient civilizations, buy this game. if you enjoy the other civ games, try this one for sure. Hoping to see either more content or an eventual sequel
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11235 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15.11.20 14:09
I paid $80 AUD and $10 for the maps when this game was first released
There has been no updates,
Only one over priced DLC
No extras or additions whatsoever
The basically released the game and then dumped it the first week.
This was my first Civ game of any sort and it has left a really bad taste in my mouth to never trust this company again.
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4672 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25.09.20 00:47
This game WAS a good game in 2014... but now probably it must be removed from Steam due to the missing support and huge problems with a new Windows 10 OS and hardware.
I do believe Valve must be involved as a seller in such situation and act by the some way to protect customers, at least not to allow 2K to sell its not working digital scrap without making a well visible written notice which must mention:
1. Compatibility issues with Windows 10 (game usually not working after install and require some skills to try to make it running),
2. Incompatibility with a new hardware,
3. Game's out of support state.
So basically, that means you are buying it on your own risk without any warranty.
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151 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 07.10.20 19:42
Do not even dream of purchasing this game in 2020 or later if you do not want to waste your (probably) precious time on finding answers to different EXCEPTION_ERRORs, why-not-loads, why-blacks-outs, why-not-toggles-between-layers etc.
I do not even know whether it is a good game or not. Hilarious and pathetic in one.
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SO
JUST
DO
NOT
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IT
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1055 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29.09.20 14:40
Tried playing this again after years of not playing and it crashes on start up every time.
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2136 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 07.10.20 15:26
This game takes too much hate for no reason. It is pretty much a sequel to Civ 5 not a new Civ title and if you play it as you are in for a good time. There are new mechanics with some of the most notable the tech web and not tech tree which provides a much more dynamic gameplay and also the 3 different affinities which give the option for different playstyles and victories. Only part that i don't enjoy is that the bots do not give any challenge even in the harder difficulty (the same could be said tho for most civ games but in this one it is even more profound).
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5211 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30.11.20 03:29
The game is shockingly shallow. Don't know much else other than that. The skill trees are pretty tedious.
I really don't want to give a game such as Sid Meier's a negative review but I bought the darn thing and I can't help but feel that it's a very, very large time waster that can occasionally be fun.
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236 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26.12.20 00:08
It's Civ V except in space, with an even more confusing skill tree.

But you can become a bug person which is pretty cool I guess?
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4529 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11.12.20 22:32
This game will steal hours of your time, engrossing, engaging and amazing. Been playing since release
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2570 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17.12.20 21:17
For anyone who loved Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri, this game will be a disappointment. At first it seems like an updating of SMAC to run on present day platforms. But it soon becomes apparent that it is greatly dumbed down, as if all decisions about the update were made by someone with an MBA. Where SMAC was a work of art, with an engaging narrative arc, strong characters, lots of features that may not have directly served gameplay but deepened engagement and enhanced aesthetics, and enormous opportunities for players to inject their own creativity - for example, the unit design screens, and the detailed city management - this is a relatively thin experience, just another slick us versus them. Don't get me wrong, it's not a terrible game. But SMAC was a work of art. This is just another product.
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Verfasst: 18.12.20 11:09
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145 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25.12.20 12:06
Ooooof. This is NOT a Civ game.
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26140 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13.12.20 07:45
문명이라는 타이틀 자체로는 미흡함
다만 sf적 분위기를 좋아하는사람에게는 추천
턴제전략게임자체로만 보자면 좀...그럼
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1206 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16.12.20 16:04
Its a susceptible continue for Civilization.
The code-build for Linux/steam might need small improvements (it took some time
to run it).

I would welcome more different worlds and aliens so each plant is more unique.
From ETA 20 game hours I'm giving it 8/10.
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1462 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17.01.21 21:52
This game was released 15 years after SID MEIER'S ALPHA CENTAURI and still doesn't even come close.

Where SMAC's focused and intense gameplay still holds up, BEYOND EARTH feels like its messed-up stepson trying to impress his old man by overcompensating in all the wrong places.

An average game that's okay for a campaign or two, and therefore a disappointment in the CIVILIZATION series.
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3147 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 05.01.21 02:20
Gave this game a few good tries, but it's a combination of drinking out of a fire hose for new players (too much depth of game mechanics without a sufficient tutorial explaining all the mechanics under its skin) and just watching your AI do absolutely stupid stuff. Why is my worker wandering out into the wilderness only to get squashed by a siege worm? Why is my Marine unit going back and forth between the same 2 tiles when told to auto-scout? If this was the ultimate legacy of the franchise taking place in the future, I just don't see the franchise surviving any further. You get to the point where you can only cram in so many features and variations, but once your AI kneecaps you it reveals that the devs have run out of ways to squeeze blood out of this rock.
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883 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 04.01.21 04:25
Not compatible with Windows 10. Too many crashes
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17921 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25.01.21 11:01
worth it works fine on window 10
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1233 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19.01.21 18:48
Disclosure: Reviewer has plenty of Civ V experience, with next to none in Civ VI

TL;DR If you like Civ V, you'll like this game, but don't pay full price. The Expansion is almost required for a good experience

Civ: BE is an off-shoot from the Civ series, and is a spiritual sequel to Alpha Centauri, an old Sid game which is also a Civ off-shoot. Instead of leading a civilization across the ages, you colonize a distant planet as one of the descendents of humanity.

The game ends up being like a very ambitious Civ V mod, rather than a standalone game - the UI, city, movement and combat mechanics are largely identical, with a some changes here and there, like Aliens being much more involved on the map (compared to barbarians), having different species ranging from small bugs to giant worms and krakens. There's also things on the map like miasma, a goo that hangs over tiles and hurts units standing in it

I'd like to point out some key differences between BE and V. First, instead of just picking a civilization, you pick a civ along with some other starting bonuses (like choosing between starting with a worker or a soldier). In general tho, civs are less unique overall due to only having one unique trait each, with no unique units or buildings. Second, the tech tree is presented as a web - instead of progressing linearly from stone to iron and such, you start in the middle and progress into any direction you want (with techs further away from the center costing more). Your direction determines what buildings you get, as well as your affinity. Speaking of which, ideologies are replaced with affinities (Purity, Supremacy or Harmony). You get points in them depending on what techs you research. Your affinity determines how your units upgrade, and perhaps more importantly, your win conditions. Speaking of those, they're the third major change. Along with the classic Domination and Timeout victories, the rest (except for one) depend on you reaching a high level in a certain affinity and reaching an entirely different win condition, and personally, that's the most unique and strong feature of the game. For instance, the Harmony affinity win condition has you build a wonder that you have to protect for a while, while the Purity win condition has you spawn settler units that you have to place a bunch of on the map - overall, it's a refreshing change of pace that makes the game stand out more.

Get Rising Tide. The addition of cities in the sea, improved diplomacy and being able to mix and match your bonuses is paramount to making the game more interesting long term. Don't pay full price though
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14023 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30.12.20 18:30
If you have played any of the SM's CIV games, this should be familiar territory for you, but in SPACE. I enjoyed the distraction from the other CIV games, but still return to CIV V, the best in the series in my opinion as I didn't like the changes to game plan in CIV VI.
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3783 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 04.01.21 21:45
The game is colourful annd fun to play
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2180 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 04.01.21 17:07
Great gameplay. It misses the eras (ancient, classical, medieval, etc.) of Civ V and is in that way as a realpolitik simulator less interesting. However, the characters are very flavourful, as are the ways the leaders shine through while we discover their works through the tech and civic tree. The artwork is also very tasteful and sets the mood for roleplaying as one of the factions which leaves the earth to find a new home on an alien planet.
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654 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30.12.20 12:29
To be honest, I never really warmed up to Beyond Earth.
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3346 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 21.06.21 19:20
People dont seem to like this game for two reasons:
1. Its not Alpha centauri.
2. Leaders are unimaginative and I can t connect with them booho.
Now,
If you dont care about those things get this game. It beats any civ game at least for me. Its absolutely amazing.
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5204 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17.06.21 06:21
You build a Civ on another planet, what could be better. There are all sorts of alien lifeforms to find and alien equivalents to EArth's military forces. It is an immensely enjoyable game and one I would recommend for any Civ fan.
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1809 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19.06.21 18:21
It's pretty, it has a nice UI and a cool tech tree, but it's also very lacking in character.

The narrative parts are lack-luster, winning felt like a disappointment rather then a celebration of successful play. It's a boardgame, instead of an exploration of sci fi.
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3241 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20.06.21 01:48
While not as good as Civ 4 or 5 it is better than Civ 6 and provides a different atmosphere and setup that I enjoy.
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10039 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27.05.21 03:41
About the same level of complexity as Civ V, slightly less replayability, but still adequate.
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22527 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27.05.21 17:25
Thought i had better to do a review for this 4x classic. Is it perfect no and i will get to that. First and foremost it is a lot of fun with a ton of options and strategic choices. It draws heavily from Alpha Centauri and manages to capture some its charisma. This plays a bit more Civ4 than the controversial Civ5 (apart from stacks). You need the expansions however as without the game is a mess (In true Civ Style).

Its main flaw is the games pacing. Most games end way before you reach the end techs and some of the best parts of the game. For a great war game though play conquest only and that prolongs the end game unless of course you have killed everyone.

Overall a great 4x for all you strategy lovers. Well worth it if you pick it up with all the expansions in a sale.
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818 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29.03.21 07:19
This game is ok, but unfortunately doesn't have enough varience through factions. It will be fun for one or two play throughs but at the end of the day it is somewhat shallow compared to civ or other 4x games. My recommendation if you are looking at this game is to go with Age of Wonders planetfall. That game scratched my sci fi 4x itch that this game could not satisfy.
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4829 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 03.05.21 06:06
If you enjoyed Civ V and you're a fan of Sci-Fi, do yourself a favor and get this game when it's on sale. The ability to chart the future of the human race on an alien planet while deciding whether you'll meld humanity with machines, harmonize with the alien species, or maintain and glorify the past is entertaining, and has a surprising amount of replayability. You will want the Rising Tide DLC, which expands diplomatic and colonization options. Taken together, the game feels like a total overhaul of Civ V, and I don't see anything wrong with that.
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2585 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23.04.21 18:18
This game may be different from other CIVs, but that's why I love it. Sci-fi games like it are few indeed. Gameplay -wise it might be too easy to steamroll your AI opponents, but I mostly play the game for its roleplaying / and beautiful lore/worldbuilding. I wish more effort can be put into this beautiful universe like what Paradox is doing to Stellaris, but oh well, I still come back to this game from time to time to play my favorite leaders.

edit: can't believe I forgot how good the soundtrack is. The mix of full orchestra and synths are just the right grandiosity promised by a sci-fi CIV game
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430 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12.07.21 17:25
A piss poor developed title
tiny text no option to change either forced to mod files or lower resolution
NO KEYBINDING so forced to mod files
mods disable achievements so bug fixing ect is frowned upon by terrible devs and publisher
vsync locks to 24 frames!
so much effort to fix this game but trash devs are trash
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19748 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25.07.21 03:17
I love most of the Sid games and especially the Civilization series. This had me excited for what it could be and ive been impressed with it.
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298298 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 08.07.21 08:43
Excellent turn-based strategy game.
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601 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27.07.21 14:36
This game is so badly put together, that I'm stunned they released it. From the daft AI to the terrible interface, there's really not much to like about this re-skin of Civ 5.
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Verfasst: 20.07.21 03:50
just addicting
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Verfasst: 18.07.21 15:56
You didnt rectify the max satellite exception even now (July 2021). I am calling it quit, sorry.
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1339 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 07.07.21 18:26
This is the first strategy game that I've played and it is so addictive and fun. I would highly recommend it!
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737 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28.06.21 03:20
Civilisation: Beyond Earth is far from perfect, I'll be the first to admit that. But if you're a fan of Civ V like I am, and are looking for something new to occupy your attention, then this game is fine. I know, not exactly a rave review, but this game is definitely enjoyable.

I do enjoy the sci-fi/alien world setting of the game, and although it is a little bland at times, it is somewhat fun to explore these strange alien landscapes. As you explore you discover strange alien artefacts and old relics from earth, using these items to give yourself technological boosts. There's a diverse range or new resources to collects, some might be familiar such as gold and the much coveted petroleum, and some strange and exotic like, well actually I'm not sure now that I think of it. Maybe none of the resources are all that strange. Still, I like them!

I also like the tech web, which replaces the tech tree. It's a interesting concept being able to discover techs in any direction you would like, although it will more than likely take you a at least a couple games to wrap your head around as it can be a little cluttered and hard to read. Still, neat concept at least!

For the most part this game is fun to play, although the victory conditions are a little annoying and drawn out. And the AI is damn cakewalk. And the aliens pose almost no threat after about turn 50. I still like the game. There's a neat quest system that lets you pick different bonuses for your newly built buildings that allows you to optimise your colony however you would like, and that's got to count for something right?

I could sit here and write out all the pros and cons in dot point form, trying to convince why the game really isn't all that bad, but I simply don't want to. If you like Civ V and want to play it on an alien world then pick this up on sale. I think a lot of peoples problems with this game boils down to expectations, they expected a lot and were let down that there's simply not. Go into this with an open heart and and open mind, and remember. Just one more turn.
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3234 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30.06.21 06:56
[h1] Civ V in space (sort of). And that's a good thing. [/h1]

From setting up the game to making planet fall, every map I start feels exciting and full of potential. I love the science fiction theme. It's brought to life with a slick presentation and art direction that radiates gravitas. Sweeping orchestral movements accompany you through gorgeous alien landscapes, lush forests, giant fungi, blistering deserts, and frozen tundras. Strange flora and fauna await as your explorer ventures beyond your outpost. Will you learn to live in harmony with the local denizens? Or stamp them out in the name of humanity?

As you progress along the Technology Web, you will unlock more than tech. You'll also gain Affinity Points, granting your units unique appearances and bonuses. Your entire civilization will start to change, moving in one of three distinct directions, or becoming a hybrid of two or more.

I find this game to be so much more interesting and fun than Civilization V, and that's saying something because I love the entire series. The diplomacy is more interesting, the combat is more robust and frequent, and the aliens are way cooler and deadlier than barbarians. Whats that? You say you don't want to constantly fight aliens? Why not align yourself with the Harmony Affinity and develop a symbiotic with them, steamrolling your opponent with Xeno Swarms and Xeno Titans then!?

I highly recommend this game to anyone who loves 4x games and Sci-fi. It deserves way more love than it gets.

ːAffinityHarmonyː ːAffinityPurityː ːAffinitySupremacyː
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6206 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 21.08.21 23:49
civ v but space
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155 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30.08.21 10:33
Doesn't feel like anything I do matters in this game. Could well play itself on a script.
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11026 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 06.08.21 06:07
This game requires a bit of remake. Come on, fix the bugs and release some updates from time to time. It could be a great game if you only care about.
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11156 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 08.08.21 01:19
with 1.5k hours in civ 5, and getting to 500 in civ 6, I'm rather certain this is still my favorite of the trio. Being able to sculpt the land, settle on oceans, and the tech web instead of the tech tree all just makes for a more balanced, fun, and variable gameplay. Cannot recommend this game enough: I think it is very underrated.
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1519 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17.11.21 19:58
I did not enjoy Beyond Earth at all and went straight back to the normal Civilization series. I'm a huge fan of both Civ V and Civ VI but think the Beyond Earth was a big miss / just a cash grab trying to capitalize on the success of other offerings in the franchise.
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2457 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13.11.21 12:49
This to me in my personal opinion was my favorite civilizations game. Maybe due to its Si-Fi Theme.
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4020 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 31.10.21 01:58
It could use some love, for sure. The faction bonuses are pretty lame. But, I think its under rated, and though it is quite a lot like V, it does have enough differences to make it worth while on sale. The aliens are legit scary sometimes, especially early game. Each building gives you a decision which will add a little buff to that building, in the way you choose. There are many quests and if you enjoy reading sci-fi lore, there is quite a bit to offer. There are many versions of the same decisions so you aren't reading the same events every game, or you can just make the decision and skip it if you choose.
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361 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 03.11.21 22:09
Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth takes some getting use to and figuring out the over whelming tech tree options. But once you go it is rather fun! Blockhead APPROVED!!!
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Verfasst: 09.11.21 22:18
Great with MODs, too bad the company gave up so easy.
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Verfasst: 09.11.21 18:33
Not quite as good as alpha centauri, but still fun.
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Verfasst: 09.11.21 00:21
I love this game. Its not perfect but few games are. I love terraforming the new planet. I may of played it more than most folks. But that just shows the replayability. Play it and give it a try, plenty of different groups to play and many of those groups differences make a difference.
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Verfasst: 10.12.21 05:22
Good concept, but was abandoned too quickly
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6327 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13.12.21 12:21
The game is fun when it used to launch.

Haven't been able to launch this game for about a year or longer now.
Read through tedious forums to try figure out launch fixes, but no consistent solution.

I would not recommend this game as it simply doesn't launch and the developers don't seem to be doing anything about this.

I'd stay away from the game.
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7191 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19.12.21 03:01
DOES NOT WORK! DO NOT BUY! This game flat out refuses to run on Windows 11 and Windows 10. I've tried verifying, reinstalling... nothing works. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY!
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6283 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30.12.21 16:50
This title just makes me sad. It had a lot of potential and was close to being something really nice.

2014: Hey, this looks promising, some things to iron out, but is fun.. AI could use some improvement
2015: DLC made diplomacy unexistent... can make some resources go +9999999/turn with some mechanics...
2018: Still a mess... +9999999/turn bug fixed at least. Experiencing some issues with specific GPUs...
2021: Game does not even start anymore, crashes PC into a deformed black screen as it tries to launch at resolutions higher than my monitor can handle.

(Note: I am still using the same monitor as 2014, meaning game could handle it just fine back then, what I changed is the PC and O/S, Using W10 instead of W7)

Back to playing Alpha Centauri, I guess. It still works.

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For those experiencing the same issue. Go to your Documents > My Games > Civ BE folder, and edit the graphics config .ini file (GraphicsSettings.ini) to disable FullScreen (set its line value to 0 instead of 1). That somewhat fixed the issue, even though it means forcefully playing on Windowed Mode.
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2146 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30.12.21 00:32
Game wont launch
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1269 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25.12.21 14:19
Still better than Civ 6.
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3552 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 31.12.21 02:32
It would be great if I could get this game to ACTUALLY WORK on my computer now. With windows XP on my old computer, no problem. I've reinstalled the game, I've verified the files, and still nothing. So as it stands, unless you have a really old computer, can't recommend.
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8747 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24.12.21 21:26
This game was not worth it at launch, but now when it's on sale, it's a fun game if you enjoyed civ v, just don't expect anything ground breaking besides a few small things such as the personality trait system included in one of the DLC. I just wish it got a few more content updates before they abandoned it for civ 6.
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3522 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12.04.22 01:10
just buy Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri, its this game but good.
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14486 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 05.04.22 16:31
most underrated civ game. has basically everything civ 5 brought to the table (after all expansions) plus it has a ton of fancy new stuff
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1226 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30.03.22 09:59
A slightly above average game in the Civ world. Not alpha centauri but worth playing.
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2902 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 04.04.22 03:05
There is a still active pinned post in the Steam discussion forums, from 2014 where this game just doesn't launch, no main menu, no developer, or publisher logos.
So if it's 2022, and you're considering buying this, know there's a chance you'll never even get to the main menu.

To be fair when it does work, is fairly fun, I'll just play Civ5.
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678 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19.04.22 17:41
Different maps really feel like you exploring new worlds. More mechanically interesting than the studio's recent games.
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3559 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10.04.22 21:47
Enjoyable enough, has a unique take. Get on a sale.
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1393 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 18.03.22 13:06
Another excellent game that was poorly received by an incompatible fanbase. A futuristic sci-fi game bearing the name of a historical franchise, bad decision. Envisioning a distant future is inherently riskier than building on the written past. Sci-fi fans will appreciate it though. It has many great improvements over Civ V that went unnoticed or under-appreciated.
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882 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11.03.22 15:43
Basically a Civ V reskin with some interesting changes and new features. Some might argue that it's worse and therefore you shouldn't buy it - personally, I'm glad to get a different experience after all the time I put into Civ V. Apparently it's only good with the Rising Tide DLC.

To name a few pros and cons:
+ Explorers can build expeditions and uncover artifacts granting you bonuses and techs
+ Barbarians are replaced by aliens which you can either eradicate or domesticate
+ 3 affinities defining your playthrough, each unlocking different unit upgrades and techs
+ Covert ops to steal energy, science, techs, units from other nations or blow up their cities
+ Quests giving you additional bonuses; based on exploration, domination, trade, covert ops
+ Planets really feel like dangerous strange places you need to make your own
- The tech tree is huge and unorganized, it's really hard to keep track and devise a plan
- It feels less atmospheric; you only have fictional nations on a strange planet with scifi music
- Barely any diversity between the different nations
- Victory conditions are less clear than in Civ V
- It has a lot less content, after few games you probably won't discover anything new
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315 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 03.03.22 20:28
What a disappointment this turned out to be. Stick to Alpha Centauri.
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