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    Stellaris is a cult 4X space strategy game in which you build and maintain your very own interstellar empire. Can a game this complex work with a controller, though?
    Stellaris is a deep sci-fi strategy game in which players are tasked with building their very own interstellar empires. Stellaris launched originally on PC a couple of years ago, and it has since gained a wealth of updates that have completely overhauled the game while adding tons of new free (and paid) features.
    Stellaris makes its way to consoles in its "version 1.7" incarnation, missing out on some of the recent PC features like trade routes and planet-destroying weapons. Developer Paradox and its partners plan to bring the console version up to parity with the PC version in terms of updates and expansions in the coming months, opting to start at 1.7 as a base.
    There's little question that Stellaris is an incredible 4X ("explore, expand, exploit, and exterminate") strategy game; the PC version is a testament to that already. But can all that complexity, designed for a mouse cursor, really be condensed into an enjoyable experience with a controller? Let's take a look.

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    02-22-2019 08:11 AM

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