Starfield

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Starfield for PC is an action role-playing game from the makers of the ridiculously successful Skyrim and Fallout 4, and it can be played from either first- or third- person perspectives. According to the game developers, they are hoping that this is the start of a huge franchise, similar to the two series mentioned above. As this is the first new game in 25 years (since the above games first came out), expectations and hopes are sky high. About the Game The game is set 300 years in the...
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Starfield for PC is an action role-playing game from the makers of the ridiculously successful Skyrim and Fallout 4, and it can be played from either first- or third- person perspectives. According to the game developers, they are hoping that this is the start of a huge franchise, similar to the two series mentioned above. As this is the first new game in 25 years (since the above games first came out), expectations and hopes are sky high.



About the Game


The game is set 300 years in the future, when regular space exploration is not only happening, but it has also become very normalised. You are a member of Constellation, which is an organisation of space explorers – the last organisation of space explorers, in fact. Don’t waste time wondering what happened to all the other explorers and why they’re reduced to one group, get on with the game!

Constellation ships have a vibe in which steam punk meets NASA perfectly. The developers have termed it ‘NASA-punk’ and it teams sleek futuristic perfection with nuts and bolts basics that looks inviting and homey without losing confidence that the ships will actually fly and keep you alive while you get where you are going!



And where are you going? Just about anywhere you like. The game is essentially an open world in space in which you can just get in your ship and off you go. Exploration is not limited to space and the planets, you can pick up and examine a lot of things, such as books, boxes, and there are tons of exciting buttons to press to see what happens!

Your astronaut character is fully customisable (and there are a surprising number of changes that you can make to a space suit, you will be happy to learn) and you also get your own little assistant in the form of robot, Vasquez (Vasco for short). You can tweak your stats, your backstory and everything about your physical appearance, until you have the perfect character in which to game away.

The game is packed with thoughtful plotting and nuanced shades of morality, in which life lessons are so subtly delivered you barely notice them, even as you reap the consequences of your actions, good or bad!



The Nitty Gritty


The game features a procedurally generated world to keep the game size down, and it is the first games which uses game studio Bethesda’s revamped Creation Engine, called Creation Engine 2. In this first serious outing for the platform, it is so well done that your mouth will water, for example, just looking at that delicious looking cheddar cheese and salami sandwich (with red pickled onions, lettuce and Dijon mustard, in case you want to try it out).

Weapons are solid and satisfying in the hand, (with an homage to the Master Chief if you know where to look) and the space ship boasts various gauges and systems to keep tabs on for the good of your health and the ship’s. These include oxygen and carbon dioxide monitors, your individual mission suggestions, and even the shopping list – you don’t want to run out of soothing Tranquillitea now, do you? (That’s pronounced ‘tranquillity, by the way.)

You will play over varying terrains, from metropolises, alien jungles, alien deserts – these complete with crablike aliens, of course, and a city on stilts over a sea-sized body of water. Each offers unique challenges for you in completing your missions, but also offers advantages too, if you know where to find them. You can wear different suits for the changing terrains.



You will battle the Pirates of the Crimson Fleet, which is a loose alliance of villains and outlaws as they invade the United Colonies’ territories (planets belonging to good guys) of Sagan, Cheyenne, Lunara, and Narion. You will team up with SysDef and the Freestar Collective to beat them back – or you can join the crimson side if that appeals more. Or, maybe do some mercenary work for them, getting mucky rather than full on down and dirty?

Keep your eyes open for the distinctive and very recognisable first aid packs for when your health or stamina needs topping up. The game was inspired by NASA – but a futuristic NASA in an alternate future – and Elon Musk and Space X collectively.

There are aliens in the game, on alien planets with alien cities, but based as much in reality as possible with necessary flights of imagination to allow for sentient, human-sized beings for the convenience of game play!



What Are We Seeking?


With exploration into space there are a number of reasons to go all that way. In real life, it is usually money or power (or both!) but in this game, it is left a little more mystically open:

  • Religion: does God exist? Or are there just super-powerful aliens who decided to interfere with our little spinning ball of rock? You can choose the spiritual side when seeing if you can find out the real secrets of life, the universe and all that

  • Science: what elements can be found in space? How do things behave under different atmospheric conditions? Can anyone hear you scream? Conduct experiences, collect samples and data and make the world a better place for all

  • Sci-fi: explore beyond the known by getting to grips with alien culture, languages and weaponry. Make friends in strange places, and influence politics towards diversity on a truly cosmic scale – or not, if their intentions are not ideal!


  • Starfield for PC is available for purchase on Instant Gaming for a fraction of its retail price. You will receive an official key and be able to play the game in seconds. Play smart. Pay less.

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    • OS: Windows 10 version 21H1 (10.0.19043)
    • Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 2600X, Intel Core i7-6800K
    • Memory: 16 GB RAM
    • Graphics: AMD Radeon RX 5700, NVIDIA GeForce 1070 Ti
    • DirectX: Version 12
    • Storage: 125 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: SSD Required

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    if you like skyrim and fallout, this is the game for you!

    eploration is soo fun, combat is solid, base building and spacecraft are great addons

    flight mechanics are a bit clunky at the start but once you get used to it, its no problem
    • Solid gameplay
    • combat
    • exploration
    • loading screens
    "I'm not used to putting bad reviews on games; I consider myself an easy audience, so most of the time, I enjoy everything. It was especially hard for me to accept that I was not enjoying the game after I pre-ordered it for 99€... But here I am, because I cannot recommend you to buy this game, at least not yet. However, I think this game has a lot of potential, really.

    First, let's talk about what I enjoyed:

    - I like the character customization.

    - I really enjoy the environments.

    - The dialogues are interesting.

    - The game seems really full.

    - It's pretty.

    - No bugs for now.

    - It's in space. (I like space, lmao)

    Now, what can be improved as for now, from least to most important. These are the reasons I cannot recommend this game at this point:

    (0.5) Only 4h in, and I cannot hear that level-up/new location discovery music. It's too much.

    1) I feel like the controls are overwhelming; it's not really easy and intuitive to do what you want to do.

    2) The goals and side quests are unclear. As much as I would like to be involved in what's happening and actually getting to know the places, the people, etc., I find it really hard to actually know what to look for and what you can do. I did not even find the quests tab yet; I know I've accepted a few, but I have no clue where they are. So most of the time, I just followed the main quest, but even in it, I often was wondering "wait, why am I doing this?" or "what's the point." It's not badly written; it's just unclear.

    3) Space exploration and spaceship driving. This was really a thing I was looking forward to trying. But for my first experience, it's quite disappointing. Most of the time, you just fast travel to a location; no piloting needed. It's not even an option to just drive to your destination. And this was really disappointing. For example, when moving from Mars to Venus or from Venus to Earth, I would have enjoyed actually piloting there, even if it would take 10 minutes or more. Maybe give an option to fast travel (maybe using the space leap), but not making it necessary. Same thing for landing and takeoff; I would enjoy being able to just go straight to the planet and land myself, even if it's a cutscene for landing pads. Not having to enter a menu, select a target, and click "land" and just be face to face with a loading screen. Same for takeoff; I would enjoy actually having to control the ship when taking off and progressively building height instead of just spawning into space after a push of a button. All of this really made the ship experience look like a fancy fast travel more than an actual means of transportation. Maybe in my 5h of playthrough, I can't really judge, but that's my experience.

    4) The immersion. This is really a game-breaker for me. Starfield is the kind of game where I like to role-play as much as possible, especially because it's a solo game (see in (5)), and this is only achievable when having a strong bond with the character and the game. But the amount of loading screens everywhere, almost like in Skyrim, really broke that immersion. I played this right after I finished Cyberpunk 2077, and in this game, you absolutely never run into a loading screen. And that's part of what makes you forget that you're in a video game. I could not get that feeling while playing Starfield. I'm sure it was possible to mask those loading times. When you're in a SAS, maybe make it so the maps load while you wait in it, and the SAS doesn't open until it's loaded. Or maybe use some tech from UE5 (I don't know what engine they used) that makes the terrain load when you're near it. But please, those loading screens are really bothering. It's the first time in years since I've seen that many loading screens in a game, really reminding me of Skyrim. And for planets, you literally have the space travel; you could take all the time needed to load a planet while we're flying toward it since you could extend the space as much as necessary.

    5) Multiplayer. Yes, I was expecting this to be a multiplayer game. I didn't want to get spoiled, so I almost read nothing. I can only blame myself. But when I heard about being able to make houses, ships, thousands of planets, and stuff, I really thought this was gonna implement some kind of multiplayer. Being able to make a house with someone, showcasing your cool ship, trading maybe, ship fights, etc... Exploring together. I really thought it was gonna be a thing. I imagined it a bit like No Man's Sky or Destiny. Like it's a solo game, but you can see other people if you meet them.

    6) This was maybe the biggest experience-breaking part of my playthrough. The dialogues.

    - Our character has no voice. I read it was intended; I understand, but that still breaks the experience for me.

    - BUT THE WORST is the fact that every time you talk to someone, the game switches to a cinematic camera look, straight to the person you talked to. And in dialogues with multiple people, it keeps switching back and forth. This was really terrible. Might be personal, but again, breaks my immersion. I will again take the example of Cyberpunk 2077. In this game, when you talk to someone or engage in a dialogue, no matter how important it is, you will ALWAYS have full control of your body and view. Improving a lot of immersion. I didn't know how good it was until I played Starfield today. It really made me look in the settings to see if there was any way to disable it. This just ruins all of my experience. It may seem like nothing. But it's really disturbing. When you're talking to a character, your camera changes, your FOV, the DOF, the position, everything. I can't manage to put words on why it's bad. But trust me it is. It really feels like when you're talking to someone, the game stops, your soul is leaving the body of your character, and you end up in a confession TV show with the person you talked to. As if they were talking to a camera. Really bad experience. I'm usually someone that likes to go deep into dialogues, trying to talk as much as possible with NPCs. But here, I can't; it's really painful. Not smooth at all. I really think a system similar to CP2077 would be perfect and should be implemented.

    - Dialogues in a spaceship. This was also terrible. Remember what I was talking about in (3)? Ok, now imagine that in the small time you ARE actually able to drive your ship, you're into a dialogue. It would be really nice if you could talk to your crew while piloting, moving toward the planet. But when you're in a dialogue in your ship, your ship becomes static; you can't move anything, not even your view. Thismade those dialogues more painful than enjoyable. WHY would I stop my ship because you are talking to me? We just did a several light-years travel, so why would we be static, here, just after a 20-second loading screen when we're in front of our target... I don't know. I guess you will make your opinion yourself about that. But it was frustrating.

    All of these points make it so I cannot recommend this game for now. It isn't "bad"; it really holds a lot of potential. But, as it is, it really misses the sense of immersion that I'm looking for in this kind of game. I cannot get myself into the game; I cannot go past that barrier of "this is a video game." I really had that weird feeling during my playthrough that I couldn't get immersed. When I played, I just wanted to run to the points asap, which I never felt in any other game. I'm used to liking to take the time to appreciate the views, the places, the people, etc... But here, I just wish for a longer stamina so I can arrive quicker. And that's not normal.

    This aside, the game looks good, and I really liked landing in a random place on the moon, going to a random thing that looked interesting in the distance, to figure out that there was someone, and she asked me for help and ended up in a side quest, this is immersive. but yeah, right now I don't think I will be able to play more in those conditions.
    • Environments and aestetic
    • No bugs at least for what I saw
    • character customization
    • Immersion
    • Loading screens
    • DIALOGUE SCENES with close up view of the person you're talking to
    Starfield is a game that's simply a joy to play. It's the kind of game that keeps you excited and constantly thinking about when you can return for more. I've poured countless hours into it and am currently at level 335, yet I find it hard to tear myself away from the screen. The game's storyline is not just good; it's captivating, and I was genuinely moved by the ending. The inclusion of a new game+ mode adds an extra layer of replayability that I appreciate.

    Now, let's talk about the exploration aspect. I had high hopes of being able to explore planets in a way similar to the game Star Citizen, but unfortunately, Starfield takes a different approach. Instead of freely navigating planets, you'll find yourself using a simple point-and-click travel system. While this might be a bit of a letdown, the silver lining is the exceptional shipbuilding feature. The encounters you experience while in space, especially when you meet "The Valentine," are undeniably enjoyable.

    When it comes to combat, it's solid but not groundbreaking. It essentially boils down to standard gunplay, lacking any particularly unique mechanics. However, what adds depth to the gameplay are the new skill objectives you need to complete in order to rank up your skills. This gives you a sense of progression and keeps things engaging. Plus, the powers you acquire throughout the game are incredibly helpful and can change the dynamics of battles in exciting ways.

    Character customization is a standout feature of Starfield. The level of detail and options available to tailor your character to your liking is truly impressive. What's even better is how the NPCs in the game react to your chosen character background and traits. It adds a layer of realism and immersion to the game world that's often lacking in other titles.

    In conclusion, if you have a fondness for games like Skyrim and Fallout 4, then Starfield should be right up your alley. It's a fresh gaming experience that, from my own personal experience, has been remarkably free of bugs. It offers hours upon hours of entertainment and has the potential to become a classic in its own right. Give it a go; you won't be disappointed.
    • Story
    • Shipbuildng
    • Exploration
    • Travelling
    • Co-op
    It feels like a walking simulator as you spend 70% of the game just walking around. There is no clean, nice and independent transition in hyperspace and landing in a SPACE game. This is so ssd from an tripple A game.
    • it looks amazing
    • Weapons are great
    • You can't land by your self
    • you are 70% of the game in your overlay
    Starfield falls flat with repetitive gameplay, lackluster graphics, and uninspiring storytelling. A galactic disappointment.

    Starfield, the highly anticipated space exploration game, had the potential to be a stellar experience, but it ultimately falls short in several key areas. While it offers a vast universe to explore, it fails to deliver on the promise of a truly immersive and engaging space adventure.

    One of the most glaring issues with Starfield is its technical performance. The game is plagued with numerous bugs, glitches, and crashes, which severely detract from the overall experience. Players have reported issues ranging from game-breaking crashes to graphical anomalies that break immersion. Bethesda, known for their open-world games, should have ironed out these technical issues before release.

    The graphics in Starfield are also a letdown. Given the game's long development cycle and the power of modern gaming hardware, many expected cutting-edge visuals. Unfortunately, the game's graphics are underwhelming, with uninspiring textures and character models that lack detail. The environments, while diverse, often feel bland and repetitive.

    Moreover, the storytelling in Starfield leaves much to be desired. Bethesda is renowned for its rich and immersive worlds, but Starfield's narrative falls flat. The main story lacks depth and fails to make players truly care about the characters or the overarching plot. The dialogue options, while numerous, often lead to inconsequential outcomes, making choices feel inconsequential.

    The game's side quests also suffer from a lack of meaningful engagement. Many of them feel like filler content rather than compelling adventures. The absence of memorable side characters or questlines further diminishes the game's replayability.

    In terms of gameplay, Starfield offers a mix of space exploration, first-person shooting, and role-playing elements. While this blend could have been intriguing, it feels disjointed and lacks cohesion. The space exploration aspect is marred by tedious resource management and uninspired planetary exploration. Ship customization, which could have been a highlight, feels shallow and limited in scope.

    The combat in Starfield is serviceable but fails to stand out in a crowded field of sci-fi shooters. It lacks the fluidity and depth seen in other titles, making it feel like an afterthought rather than a core aspect of the gameplay experience.
    • Repetive/boring
    • Buggy
    • Unfinished
    I just started playing, what is this haha I got to the space flight tutorial... space flight is soooooo BAD, it is not even funny... I kept exiting my seat, there is no strafing that i could tell, movement is pretty slow... meh i just alt+F4ed and i dont think i will pick it up again...

    Maybe i will try it later but first impressions... bad, just bad. Not sure if i can get a refund here, i will try
    The game is boring, The story is boring, Ship building have too much restrictions AND HOLLY COW THE GAME IS NOT OPTIMISED! I paid this game 62 euros and didn't played it for more than 14 hours, this game is a shame and shouldn't be sold for that price. I have been waiting for years and I want to throw up at how bad it is. Peace out.
    • building can be a bit fun
    • wants to be no man sky to hard
    • Bad optimisation (lags)
    • Boring after 5 hours
    the games has no depth for example the story is really blunt and not interesting,the game doesnt have fun to fight alien creatures like no mans sky has for example,all the creatures do nothing,the planets are mostly empty with nothing to do and even the ones with life on them you have nothing to do,there are some outposts but they are copy pasted in every planet
    • descent graphycs
    • fun combat
    • nice equipment
    • planets empty
    • buggy
    • boring story
    If you enjoy space-themed games, you're sure to find this one appealing. There's a wealth of quests to embark on, and with the added bonus of a new game plus feature, you can continue your journey even further.
    A boring mix of The elder Scrolls and Fallout in one game. The NPCs are boring, the storyline is boring, the music is boring, the combat is boring, the exploration is boring. I am a big fan of The Elder Scrolls series and the Fallout series, and this game is a bad mix of the two. Bethesda claims that Starfield is something brand new. It isn't. They just took two successful games of theirs and mixed them in a very lazy fashion. I remember well how I could sit all day long and play Morrowind, Oblivion or skyrim,or Fallout 3, and still wanting more. Now I play one mission in starfield and I am bored. I need a break to continue. It is so hard for me to believe that it took them so many years, as they claim, to develop this game, because there is nothing exciting about it. Such great expectations from this game, and such great disappointments.
    • Boring
    It's a typical Bethesda game. If you liked Skyrim and Fallout: New Vegas, you will like Starfield, for sure. For newcomers to the genre, It's definitely an acquired taste. A lot of people complain about the graphics, but I think they are in typical Bethesda style. The gameplay is engaging, but the sheer scale of the game, at first, feels very overwhelming. Took me 6 hours just to get out of the main city of New Atlantis.
    • Huge game (could be a con)
    • Lots to do in terms of quests and activities
    • Very engaging story
    • Hard to read maps
    • Space ship control is wonky
    Such a slow and boring game what a waste there is nothing that i like or is good about the game alot of bugs everything takes forever and even simple things like a mini map is not there......................
    Bugs, stary faces, there are boundaries, you can't travel anywhere you want. Many things to do but it goes down to missions and missions. Game engine recycled from 15 years ago, this is NOT an next game. It's not what was announced. It's a game like many others. And Fallout 4 or Elder Scrolls are MUCH better than this. Pity.
    i love the music, the graphics, the ship mechanics. it's a much needed refresher RPG game. however it's not a GOTY and it's not the generational game we were waiting for. it lacks storyline gravitas. and it lacks many basic exploration games mechanics for example "Surface maps" are missing from cities and planets
    • soundtrack
    • graphics
    • ship combat
    • storyline is mid
    • no surface maps
    • overhyped underdelivering
    for pc user special on NVidia any card is no optimal the game run good on amd.

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    • large world
    • no optimal for pc

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    I absolutely love this site! Have purchase quite a few games here and no problems whatsoever! Can't recommend enough. Was super excited to get Starfield early and at such a great price! Been playing the heck out of it.
    • Fast delivery
    • Instant access
    • Amazing price
    Nice experience.

    A cosmic masterpiece, offering breathtaking visuals, expansive exploration, and RPG depth. Technical issues persist, but the celestial journey is worth the ride.

    I enjoyed my time playing the game.
    • World building (Exploration)
    • Gun Fights
    • Bugs
    • Unconsistent Framerate
    Game is a handful due to its high requirements but at least it got that Bethesda fun factor in it. You can explore on your own pace and the game does not rush you in anyway, cities are a bit to cluttered for my taste but it is ok
    • Great character creation
    • You are free to explore immediately once you land
    • Requires an SSD
    A great game with amazing graphics and story. A type of game that rarely is made. I haven't played it for a long time but it captivated me, every time I play it time just flies away, an hour feels like a minute.
    • Great story
    • Great graphics
    • Big world
    My game stopped working and I would like a refund. I was playing the game as normal and then it began to continuously kick me from the game not letting me back in. Every time I tried to open the game I just get sent to my desktop, no message, just kicked and I can't do anything about it. I don't want my money to have been wasted. Please help.
    This game has so many issues I don't know where to start. It is a shame for Bethesda to fool customers with such a lousy game; it is almost a scam.

    lame lines (super shallow and childish)

    crashes

    countless loading waits

    absence of in-game indication/guidance

    unconvincing NPCs: they are just robots

    extreme confusing UI

    tedious quest (running, running, running, collecting and running )

    confusing landscape (no in-game map, many quests happen in edifices, and the routes are elaborately/unnecessarily complicated)

    Anyway, you would have to waste a lot of time for a little fun, if there is any fun. I will never pre-purchase any game from Bethesda in the future.
    Unplayable. I have a total play time of about 80 minutes and 60 of those minutes is trying to play the game, hoping it doesn't crash.

    For the short 20 minutes I did get to play it, it was buttery smooth until a loading screen hit and it crashed. Since I got a Key from this site so I am 100% blaming them and am a bit peeved that this POS website doesn't offer a refund when you receive an unusable product.

    Don't buy the game from this site, just use steam.
    Game is overall good the only problem thats bugging me is the fact that the game is advertised as next gen yet runs worse that the last gen, very poorly optimized graphics and performance. I suggest you should wait for fixes or updates before you buy and read reviews.

    As soon as the performance issues for the pc are fixed go for it dont even wait to buy. 7/10
    • exploration
    • open world and mission
    • story
    • poorly optimized for pc and for nvidia users
    • lag spikes cause of poor optimization for pc
    • performance issues
    I'm playing on Xbox series X and I'm disappointed with the graphics , very last generation , I just finished playing far cry 5 with the next gen update and it looks a lot better than starfield , the game is not bad but has the poorest graphics I've seen on this generation console.
    Poorly optimize, can barely play it on my system. 1070 gtx and a i5-7600k, also installed on SSD card. I would really like to do a refund.

    I expected to at least have a steady 60 fps, but even when I have able to reach that bare minimum, the game keeps freezing for 5 seconds.
    • Good aesthetic
    • Poorly optimized
    • Freezes every 30 seconds
    • Took multiple attempts to launch from desktop
    Boring asf. Cant give the game an accurate review though because, I didnt really give it a chance and stopped after 1 and a half hours of playing. The planents mostly have like 3 bases and the rest is just rocks with sand and a bunch of nothing on top of that.
    The fact that anyone can give his opinion without purchasing nor playing the game is disturbing...Reviews are a plague and most corrupt way of influencing the masses...Buy it play it, like it ? Good ! You don't ? Refund it, it's that simple...Basing our choices on what some self proclaimed influencers is what cause the wokism we live and despair in...
    • Space Exploration
    • Bethesda
    bad game without space exploration. the ship is useless because you just can fast travel to go everrywhere.

    No open world, just small zones with loading screen between each other. Animation is from ancient time.

    Don't buy
    • ugly
    • unfinished
    • no space exploration
    10/10 would refund this game. This game is in a really unfinished state and nothing what was promised is in the game. You think Diablo 4 is a bad game, yeah you are right but this piece of garbage is even worse
    • -
    • Everything
    Wanted to enjoy Starfield but it's very mediocre, minor improvements for a Bethesda game but compared to other games they are falling behind bigtime. The game has a ton of content but it's more quantity then quality, it a shame they couldn't deliver something amazing. Everything is built around tiny boxes and gazillion loadingscreens and this breaks immersion, Skyrim and Fallout games win regarding immersion. Starfield is a grindy lootershooter first but below average combat and shipcombat. The rpg elements is behind Cyberpunk and of course BG3.
    • It's a game...
    • Crap engine!
    • Underwhelming combat
    • Horrible inventory management!

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