Star Fleet I: The War Begins! Reviews (Amiga)
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Our Users Say
|AI||The quality of the game's intelligence, usually for the behavior of opponents.||2.8|
|Gameplay||How well the game mechanics work and the game plays.||2.8|
|Personal Slant||A personal rating of the game, regardless of other attributes||3.0|
|Overall User Score (5 votes)||2.8|
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Your Amiga (Aug, 1988)
Certainly, the idea behind Star Fleet I is not original although there are many original ideas within the game. Whether you want to play the game on its own merits or go on a nostalgia trip, Star Fleet I has lots to offer. Very easy to get into, there is always the compulsion to fly just one more mission. Very highly recommended.
Tilt (May, 1987)
Une grandiose reprise de la série d'aventures galactiques bien connue, Star Trek. Des graphismes symboliques guère nouveaux pour des combats ternes. Une très grande facilité d'emploi. La difficulté du jeu progresse tellement qu'il semble impossible d'atteindre le rang d'amiral. Les aspects tactiques prédominent.
Amiga Computing (Jul, 1988)
Although the lack of graphics may put many off, this shouldn't necessarily deter Amiga owners from considering the package, especially if they like pure simulations or role playing games. But be prepared to work hard at getting the most from this game.
ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment) (Aug, 1988)
The graphics are spartan and sound is not impressive. The game's controlled by clicking a mouse pointer on various boxes, which works well as there's no real-time element. Star Fleet 1's fun to play but it's a bit long on the tooth and the nature of the game's very repetitive.
Amiga World (Jun, 1987)
So what is the attraction of Star Fleet I? Promotion. If your results over a series of missions are above the norm, you get promoted. If your results are exceptional, you earn medals and citations. The true object of the game is to become an Admiral, and it is very satisfying when you qualify for a step in rank.