Reviews and Problems with Star Trek: Klingon Academy
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never was finished
Peter J. Laframboise, Amazon
10 October 2012
Summary: i remember this game being highly anticipated back in 2000 to be the greatest star trek combat sim.. it was sort of... they promised all sorts of stuff in the game.. addons etc.. Then they disbanded 14 degs leaving everyone that bought the game for 50 bucks with a broken half made game game going wtf.. and interplay then went bankrupt a year or later. they released 2 minor patches to fix bugs but that was it.. the game had real potential.
Summary: Well, here is review number three of this game from me. I just finished it over the weekend, and it's good, but that's all. True, the graphics during battle are somewhat better than the original "Starfleet Academy", but there's less interaction in this game. You don't even get to see Torlek's face, like you saw David Forrester's, and you don't get to do a tour of the bridge either.
Summary: This is my second review of this game. I've managed to progress further into it, but still don't think it's a great Trek game. So far, I've made it to the fourth CD with six in all, but it's just too boring and difficult at times. I think they should come out with the Romulan Academy, or maybe even the Borg Academy. I'll keep up with it though. I've made it this far.
Summary: Finally, they're getting Star Trek right. This is a thoroughly enjoyable game, with incredible graphics and wonderful (if not always engrossing) sound. There are a number of significant, but not crippling, flaws which mar an otherwise great game, but for Trekkies and sci-fi sim fans, this is definitely a game to get. The gameplay here is solid and easy to understand.
Summary: Its good to see that Christopher Plummer and David Warner decided to reprise their roles as General Chang and Chancellor Gorkon. The cutscenes with them are fantastic with performances that rival the movie. Seeing them alone might make several Star Trek fans want to purchase the game. However, the other actors are not as polished, which may be of some concern to some gamers.
Summary: Ok. I admit. I have only played the demo. On that basis though, unless something major is changed on the game play this will not be joining my game collection. I was excited, when I read the game preview in a certain magazine. They claimed thay had cleared up all the problems from 'Starfleet Academy'- 'You are now flying a massive starship, not an x-wing fighter'. Great!
Tolle Videosequenzen mit General Chang, einseitiger Spielverlauf
4 April 2013
Summary: "Star Trek - Klingon Academy" ist ein Computerspiel aus dem Jahr 2000, in dem man Raumschiffe steuert und gegen andere kämpft. Wer General Chang im Kinofilm "Star Trek VI: Das unentdeckte Land" mochte, wird hier mit einem satten Nachschlag versorgt. Man sieht hier wieder Christopher Plummer als Chang und die Videosequenzen sehen so gut aus, als wären sie zur Zeit des Kinofilms gedreht worden. Dabei ist besonders das Intro hervorzuheben.
Excerpt: Klingon Academy esy un bon jeu tactique, bien plus qu'un simple shoot. Par bien des aspects,il se rapproche du modèle du genre : I-War. Là-dessus, c'est aussi réussi que divertissant.Cependant,il faudra s'habituer aux faiblesses graphiques de l'environnement; et surtout, il faudra prendre des cours d'anglais pour en profiter au maximum.Bon,il n'y a pas à dire, les vaisseaux en jettent vachement.