Star Trek: Away Team User Reviews
Excellent graphics and gameplay, I can sit in front of my computer replaying this game for ages.The bad:
No more than 18 levels, I would like an expansion pack please, and some skirmish games if possible.Summary:
In short this game is for strategy gamers or hard-core Star Trek fans. It's graphics resemble that of Red Alert 2 or the very old game Syndicate, but it's good to know that great graphics are being used for a great game.
Personally I liked it so much that I was disappointed that there were no more levels, but I did not find the game so easy that I completed it in an hour, which is good because with strategies you are supposed to take your time.
I have played the game twice now, only because I like to re-do the levels and try and perfect my strategic movements. I also like games that have an...
Game controls, graphic details, and game play. Missions are just hard enough to be believable.The bad:
Missions are short, and I want more of them now.Summary:
I got Away Team two days ago and I have not been able to stop playing it. Now my biggest fear is that I will finish it too soon and not have anymore missions to complete. The install went great and I have not had any bugs so far (unlike "Armada"), and the plot and gameplay is rich (unlike "Hidden.."). Being the closet "trekkie" that I am, I am at the stores when the Star Trek games come out. I was not disappointed with this one. Activision I beg you to come out with an expansion pack for this game, PLEASE!!
graphics are excellent. Sound effects are just like in the tv series, missions are realistic.The bad:
AI (yours and the enemies) can sometimes get stuck in corners or not be able to move from one spot to another, decent amount of devices to use but I'd want more, missions can sometimes be ridiculously hardSummary:
I've been playing the game for a few days now and I like it alot better than fallout tactics. The game was shipped like it was finished for the most part. I have discovered a few bugs (one particularly nasty one has to do with you shooting an enemy and another goes to investigate. Then the investigator calls in for support. The support beams in and runs to the body, then calls in for more support. Pretty soon you have 50+ enemies on your screen.) But if you save often, you can go back far enough in the game where it is a non-issue. (i.e. don't kill many people or transport the bodies ...
Great graphics, easy interface.The bad:
Missions too short.Summary:
I started playing a day ago and almost 1/2 way through. I knowI'll want more missions when I'm done. I hope activision is working on an expansion disc (Or someone makes a good editor).