This is a spoiler-free review, intended to let you read the first few chapters without worrying about anything that might affect your first impressions. There are some parts that do contain specific information, but it will most likely be revealed early on. As for the parts that contain my personal opinion, they are mostly in conjunction with observations, advice or suggestions towards the author.
Supremacy games is a brilliant novel with an extensive focus on character and worldbuilding. The author makes significant attempts to give insight to the reader over any confusion, and masterfully explains things without ruminating over important details, that readers may find the answer to later on. The world-building is in a different league, as with an interesting premise and a beautiful skill in imagery, the author has managed to deliver it eloquently.
There are some points that objectively, bring light to flaws in the worldbuilding, as in a universe governed by a unique standard of deviated laws, there are inevitably some errors that require more of a boring, convoluted, informative explanation of the universal laws of our universe in comparison towards a unique version made of fiction.
Obviously, I do not recommend that the author should write an explanation over these insignificant details, as this is a work of fiction. However, as a reader, I find it more interesting to understand the essential laws in complete depth. As this is spoiler-free, I don't want to be specific, but given this context, Asna should be representative of what I mean. This concept is very new as far as I know, and hopefully, the author will manage to execute it reasonably.
As for the characters, they're solid. I'd like to see more character development later on in the novel in terms of the main character, as the comedy elements do fit him as of now, but will not in the future. If the comedy assigned to him is static, then the character development suffers. As for the comedy itself, however, it's honestly quite questionable. I suggest focusing more on the serious and thought-provoking themes that could be understood in such a universe. It's quite reasonable to think that in science fiction, cold hard information is more significant than the comedic effect of a character, but this is still up to debate, as this is purely subjective.
Cultivation is an essential foundation of this novel. There's no need to be specific, as it is spoilers. Know that among the thousands of Chinese webnovels that merge sci-fi and eastern fantasy, this novel does it excellently.
A majority of people have described that the uses of science fiction as a genre, is boring if executed poorly (which almost always does). There's a lot to consider in terms of human progression if you apply the idea of science fiction itself in regards to technology, physics, economy, architecture and etc. The premise behind the story is extremely well-thought-out and clear, to the point where pragmatic details that should fit the story in a way to prevent plot-holes are glossed over, to the benefit of the author. This is proof of advanced literary skills as even without these details, the story itself is very interchanging and versatile as evident in the fact that the author will intentionally explain the tedious concepts in accordance with the current plot points. As a side note, the author will mention "will be explained later on" to many readers when they find specific errors and I'm certainly curious if the author is secretly exceptional as PR, as I'm always motivated to keep reading by their brief and intrinsic way to cover up plot-holes and explain the ideas behind it.
While the narrative itself is quite thought out, the underlying idea is very limited in the sense that it is still in the beginning stages of the novel. I hope the idea still remains fresh in the readers and that they do not break the immersion by constantly waiting for a new release. It's been an extremely positive experience to explore the domain the author has managed to create so far, and hopefully, they manage to keep surprising us later on in the novel. The amount of edits that the author has made is also astronomical, meaning the author is always looking to improve for the best reader experience.
This novel has a lot of potential. I find myself wondering about what is happening next but never get too attached to that thought. A lot of science fiction novels I've read, all become very boring due to the unnecessary amounts of unreasonable information dumps that cloud the overall story. What needs to be clear is an objective. As this is a gigantic universe with so many details, it's very easy to get lost as a reader. As an example, I find it easier to understand the overall premise, attach myself to the more significant characters and follow what I want to read; as this creates pacing. Information is critical to a reader's knowledge in a science fiction novel and the author has done an incredulous job of acknowledging the reader as an element in the story (as most authors will write for the sake of writing, not caring for anyone that reads it).
In conclusion, the author has done a great job writing a web novel based on science fiction, with incredible writing quality, extensive planning, informative worldbuilding, fleshed-out characters and a significant plot. Everything is still very "up in the air," as this is new. However, I'm certain that because of the way the author treats their audience, the novel will be a masterpiece. So far, it's just been a hidden gem.