At the risk of showing my age, I miss the days of wing commander, or Klingon academy etc.
Where you could come home from work, jump on your PC and fly a few missions and blow stuff up.
If life got busy and you didn't get back to it for a week, no matter, the rest of the world hadn't passed you by, you could just pick up where you left off.
I'm really impressed with the lock of Elite Dangerous and the like, but there is no way I would have time in my life (full time job, and dad of 3) to spend the hours and hours to explore the universe while incrementally expanding my ship at snails pace while everyone else races ahead.
So, can anyone recommend me:
A) A story based offline space sim that is modern, and
B) an arcade type space sim where you can just jump on and blow stuff up for a bit when you have time (which is also modern and doesn't look like it has graphics from the 1980's)
C) PS - Prefer not to require a combat fighter pilots license to be able to operate said game either. FYI - PC based required - and if it supports eye affinity across 3 screens all the better :-)