Ariel Chloe Maria Mann
It's pretty good but has some very annoying problems and not the most logical AI. It can be enjoyable for grand-strategy players, although I can't really recommend it to anyone but the rare people who want an unexpected and honestly weird take on strategy.
Fort Solis is a great game with amazing production quality, there are small optimisation issues, and the pacing can feel a bit slow at times, but the story, graphics, and sound design are all amazing. It has fair pricing without a "premium version" or DLCs.
The game is great and every aspect of the game is positive. It's not perfect though, having slight issues with the gameplay and story pacing. The good and fun things overwhelm the tiny amount of negative things making this game definitely worth buying.
The game is pretty fun and is mostly full of positives, except that the story is a huge disappointment after the demos, and there are some puzzles that don't make any sense. It's a unique game and can be worth buying when on sale, but not for the full £8.