I decided to get this game when it was on sale for the daydream. I am very glad I did. The looks of the game... Great..... The gameplay is very well done ( just gotta get used to how to fly in space) the controls are decent but could use a tiny bit more to the day dream controller, overall though extremely playable....I only found one actual fault and that's the need to subscribe once you hit a certain level...I wouldn't mind that at all but I already had to pay to get the game, to charge me a subscription seems a bit redundant.... All that being said, I kinda understand because this game is in a constant state of being improved.. I've already seen two updates since my purchase, shows they still have a great interest in making the best VR game in the market... I've only seen one VR game that's better and that was a different type of game... For this game, it's really well
Fascinating game in the same genre as Wing Commander and X-Wing/TIE Fighter. The only issue I have is using a game pad and the onscreen keyboard. I can't navigate the keyboard with the game pad, which makes in-game communication a chore. I'm using a 8Bitdo NES30 Pro controller, which works well otherwise.
Amazing game, really like the idea of a cross platform mmorpg, however playerbase is too limited anf variety of ships might be questionably little (?)
After sampling many other games on Daydream, I came away thinking only glorified VR tech demos existed. But this revealed that true gaming really is possible with mobile VR - and an MMO, no less! It's seriously an awesome game and I can't recommend it enough to people who are into this sorta game.
This game is stellar. Well worth a try.
I liked the game just starting to get into it then get hit with a level cap of 4 on all licences in the game forcing you to pay a subscription or else you earn no more xp. 10 dollars a month... For a mobile game! I don't even pay that for my xbox one. Shame really because I did like the game. But I ain't paying that much for a mobile game.
- Tilt calibration menu now displays the current tilt angle to help explain what it's doing.
- Updated Training IV Station Interface tutorial to refer to swiping on touchscreen devices using Condensed UI mode.
- In-App Purchasable item descriptions can now be canceled immediately instead of proceeding to the Play Store.
- The exit nav point in Training Sectors no longer chooses a point behind the large station asteroid.
- Added a Show Password toggle in the account conversion menu.