Give me your best mecha related warships /m/.
Classics and originals are both appreciated.
So as loosely as possibly related?
Muh negroid compatriot
Best ship ever and the most powerful because it can use GN technology and Trans-Am.
Ever thing else sucks in comparison.
not a warship but whatever
I've got a thing for small carriers meant to sneak in, hit hard, then sneak out.
Anyone play Beyond Earth? It's not an exceptional game by any stretch, but I loved the angular, polygonal designs of the Supremacy affinity. They get robots, Purity get space marine suits, and Harmony are xeno loving scum.
Yeah man, I pirated the shit out of it because Firaxis deserves it for how they rape the fuck out of their initial releases so they can later sell DLC content that should've been in the game on day one.
The potential for a 4x as good as if not better than Civ 5 is there, but man does the game have some serious issues.
That being said, Supremacy has the best aesthetic, but is probably the weakest of the three affinities. Purity is the middle ground in terms of looks and performance. Harmony has some of the ugliest shit, but you can't deny that it's the strongest affinity by a pretty big margin.
So purity all the way, because fuck the aliens, they're gonna get wiped out regardless of what you choose anyways. Diplomacy AI is a fucking joke too.
For some reason, I feel like I would have loved an XCOM styled tile based combat game as opposed to a Civ styled game.
The designs are all pretty great, there's a pretty big emphasis on keeping your grunts relevant throughout the campaign, and the actual commerce and diplomacy aspects feel ancillary as shit.
Imagine walking into battle against some fucking aliens with your spess mureens,
I'm pretty fond of the classic look of the good old feddie ships.
I wonder if soldiers ever called it a salami
After reading some of the Novels I've grown fond of this one.
>Yeah man, I pirated the shit out of it because Firaxis deserves it for how they rape the fuck out of their initial releases so they can later sell DLC content that should've been in the game on day one
I dunno man XCOM felt pretty complete, it was the (non-cosmetic) DLC like Slingshot that felt tacked on
At least until you get to Enemy Within
>Advanced military vehicles like the Pelican and the Hornet
>fucking fighter jets in space like the Sabre and Longsword
You're either new or retarded
this isn't even counting the Covenant
>the fucking scarab in Halo
or just about every new unit in Halo Wars
have a fucking spaceship to justify posting my autismo in this thread