Great game, lack of game save makes play very difficult.
Vocal Music, Amazon
14 March 2009
Summary: Excellent graphics, sound, and game play. Smart missiles are the way to destroy the enemy. Visual effects are up to par compared to the actual TV series and the Cyclon voices are realistic. Once you get the feel of the game, you will be disappointed that there is no save feature. The game saves automatically but I have never made it to the first save point and likely never will. The game is just too difficult for a casual gamer like myself.
Summary: This game's levels are impossible to beat without replaying them 10- 30 times each, sometimes 50 times. If you enjoy repeating and repeating the same actions until you are destroyed at the same spot on a level, this game is for you.
Excerpt: I jumped at the chance to get a new Battlestar Galactica game, there really aren't enough around, and the prospect to play against other people online in my choice of ship was too awesome to resist! It's gonna be great! I was wrong. STORYLINE We play through the first two seasons of Battlestar Galactica, right from the ceremonial drone-shooting before the Cylon attack (at least they used some form of imagination to get players used to the controls).
Pros: If you absolutely need to get your BSG fix .
Cons: If you like BSG you probably won't like this . If you don't you probably won't like this . . .
Summary: Wannabe Starbucks - beware! Although the ship models are nice, the sound effects are authentic (just like the original series) and the Cylon Cockpit chatter adds to the ambience - the lack of any save facility - either mid mission, or even after mini-missions, means that you will want to join with the Cylons and annihilate whoever designed this game! I would go and buy and a Star Wars space flight sim instead. This one now stays permanently on my shelf.