“It’s relentless, but I suppose that’s what war really is at its heart - that ever-surging synergy of strategy and carefully-managed economics. It’s particularly relentless in Planetary Annihilation, because you’re not going to run out of the power or metal that you need to build your armies. The buildings that generate these resources will happily chug away forever once you’ve placed them, meaning you don’t need to ration, you only ever need to get more. More, and faster.
"I accessed Planetary Annihilation early"? What sort of introduction is that? What the hell am I even saying? What year is it? Who’s the President?
Above is one of the screenshots I captured that didn’t make it into the review. It shows a nice big, black ship that I made. I like the very big units in this game. They’re large and slow and serious and grim, like a bear playing a mournful tune on the tuba. That’s exactly what they’re like.