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So, get your surge suppressors on, boot up your IBM or clone, and get those Krellan craft out of their bays. It's time to go and conquer worlds and systems - and have fun while doing it!
Krellan Commander - gewiß kein schnelles Spiel für zwischendurch, auch keines für Zartbesaitete. Dafür ein ganz dicker Tip für Strategiefans, die bereit sind, sich monatelang hineinzuknieen!
The stereotypical sequel—i.e. awful.
The product was sufficiently underdeveloped
as to destroy the parent company.
Released with major lock-up
bugs and inability to access certain elements
of the program, Interstel promised
to make it good. They sent out
revised disks, and never did get it to run
correctly. A game with all the aspects
of "Built by Committee."
Star Fleet ll is a richly detailed simulation.
With consumers waiting for it for
over two years, it is apparent that a "Rush
to Publish" overcame any other considerations.
Interstel is aware of the numerous
problems and is working diligently to correct
all of them. They will replace user
disks with working copies. However,
when such corrections will be finalized is
still unknown. For this reviewer, at this
time, the bottom line is—Star Fleet II?
No, Star Dreck I. Fortunately, many
gamers have either not been plagued by
the problems described above or have
found their way around them and love
the product. Whatever one's feeling
about the game, Star Fleet II: Krellan
Commander is not quite the
breakthrough gamers had been hoping