Summary: I LOVE flight simulation/fighter games. With that, I hate this game because in no way do you feel like you're actually flying. It takes so long to get ANYWHERE. For example, the first level you have to protect the Galactica. The final part to it is to protect the bridge. If you are caught anywhere else BESIDES that general vicinity, you're going to fail because, like I stated earlier, it takes forever to get anywhere.
Summary: this crapfest is just riding the title, terribly unbalanced mechanics. i play a free game online in a browser window that is far better. its only saving grace is its graphics, the details of the environment and the ships is spectacular. i would not recommend this game to anyone wanting to play it.
Summary: Im not a proffesional video game player, but I just didn't like the fact that if one doesn't finish the level completely, you'll have to start the whole level over. I understand the realism factor, but it's just a game.
Summary: I absolutely love this game. I grew up with the 1978 version of Battlestar Galactica, in my opinion the best version of the show. Since I was a kid I dreamed of being able to fly a Colonial Viper and thanks to this game I finally can. Having Richard Hatch and Dirk Benedict lend their voices to the game was a great treat.
Summary: This was and is a great game for us "first generation" Battlestar fans. PS2 graphics are great, controls a little finicky, and VERY graphics heavy. Lots of action all around, and a great story to boot. Would love to see a revamp of this game for the modern game consoles. If you love the old Battlestar, blow off the dust on your old PS2 and pick this game up. It's inexpensive too!
Beats all other BSG games,BTRL would have been nice but they're lying about why it died
27 August 2011
Summary: This game has a back story, it has guest stars from the original show(Starbuck and Apollo)(The real ones, proof-they never fraked EVER,gross). It has mini movies and all you need is that cheat codes disk and you are set. You fly in the cockpit. The only really REALLY crappy thing is u have to use that damn controller. A Viper is flown with a stick. Well, the Japanese don't think so , guess we'll just put up or FRAK off.
Summary: I never got past the first mission. To make the game that hard out the gate was just plain asking for it. When I finally got the satellites destroyed and got caught up in the final explosion that was the last cheap shot. You have to try and figure out where to go and what to do. Making you start over from the start each time is just plain annoying. I put it on the shelf after a few days and never went back to it.