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Review: Stellaris

20 May 2016 1
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The first thing I encountered outside the solar system in Stellaris was two gargantuan aliens having sex. All the wonders of the universe at the digital fingertips of the game's much-vaunted event dictionary and it chose to serve me up xeno-porn.

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Stellaris, a real-time empire builder amongst the stars, has been released today by Paradox Interactive.

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The hard fought and highly costly U-boat submarine war in the Atlantic began within hours of Germany's invasion of Poland on 1 September 1939 and continued right up to the final German surrender to the Allies in May 1945. This titanic, savage struggle had all the niceties and nuances of a bitter, no holds barred, bare knuckle, bar room brawl with little quarter given and few prisoners taken by either side. To give you an idea of the fervent intensity of the fighting, 40,000 Germans served in U-boats in WWII. 30,000 never returned. In spite of this, U-Boats were without a doubt the most cost effective weapon in Germany's naval arsenal in their battle against the Allies during the war. Their continued use nearly starved Great Britain into surrender during the first few years of the war. Even England's Prime Minister Winston Churchill later confessed "The only thing that truly scared me during the entire war were the U-boat attacks upon our supply convoys."

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