Paradox’s Stellaris, a very big and very PC strategy game, is coming to PS4 and XB1. If this is a test for a console Crusader Kings II, then count me in.
Stellaris, a very good space strategy game, was missing a few things at launch. One of them being *checks list of sci-fi tropes* um, galactic superweapons, which an upcoming expansion is sorting out.
The “Humanoid Species Pack” for Stellaris dropped today, offering new portraits, music, spaceships and voiceover. Grab it here and this sexy goat man can be yours.
If you thought Paradox’s grand strategy game Stellaris sounded very Star Trekky with its big alien alliances and deep space exploration, you are not alone.
Stellaris didn’t launch as a bad game, just a game that hadn’t figured out what it was. While the new Heinlein patch helps Stellaris become more coherent, it still doesn’t quite work.
If you buy the Stellaris: Leviathans DLC, which dropped today, you’ll also be getting the Cuties Portait Pack. This snail is precious. Please protect him.
Stellaris, a grand strategy game set in space, has characters who come in a variety of species and races. Naturally, someone made a mod to turn all the humans white.
Stellaris is a space opera, played out in three acts.
Paradox Interactive, the studio behind one of the best strategy games of modern times, are for one of their next titles moving past the ages of sword and horse, into the age of starships and aliens with a game called Stellaris. I couldn’t be more psyched.