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  • A welcome Revelation (space)

    An excellent next entry. It's clear the writing style has matured since the original trilogy entries, but the characters have only grown richer. In the end this is a very human story, but like much great sci-fi it's easy and enjoyable to get lost in the wierdness and alien imagination. It feels maybe less bold than before, and maybe less diverse (more ultras and skyjacks please!) But familiarity with the conjoiners, the hyper pigs and the demarchists and coalition for neural purity were still satisfying.

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  • Boring

    Despite the galactic scale events, I can't escape a sense of monotony. It was quite an effort to actually finish it. Every problem seems to be solved by introducing a series of far fetched deus ex machina events which don't add up to much more than introducing some new pseudo technical name for whatever saves the day.

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