Level: Enterprise back home search
Author(s): Franky
total rating:8.08 Gameplay &
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Jorge22 8 8 9 9
Phil 8 8 8 8
Ryan 7 8 8 8
category averages
(3 reviews)
7.67 8.00 8.33 8.33

Reviewer's comments

"Another offworld adventure from the space-oriented Franky. This one had two main parts, one aboard the eponymous starship (where all the secrets were found, at least in my case) and the other when the Enterprise landed on an ice planet. The builder is quite generous with the explosive ammo, so the risk of being overcome by the profuse alien guards never becomes an issue. Gameplay is straightforward and presents few difficulties, although one of the required keys is quite easy to overlook. Some may find these levels a bit simplistic, but I enjoy the diversion of the outer space environments and fairly easy raids provided by Franky." - Phil (25-Jun-2020)

"The next installment of the Stargate saga has Lara finally boarding the Enterprise itself, but the territory isn't as otherworldly as one might expect; indeed the inhabitants seemed to have made a living for themselves and industrialised the entire planet, with its various factory areas and control rooms overseeing the rocket launching stations. Gameplay tends to follow the same strict format as previous games: generally straightforward, not too head scratching and interspersed with some quite fearsome combat sequences against guards and a couple of pushable sequences and anti- gravity jumps. The guards were a tad overpowering at times, but it's oh so satisfying to launch a few explosive bolts and watch the resultant carnage. The looping audio is perhaps annoying to a fault, but much less intrusive than before and I actually quite liked the one that played every time Lara mounted the Rover vehicle. The finale is again rather startling, but that could signal a further continuation." - Ryan (24-Jun-2020)

"Yet another sudden ending, which I assume means Lara will go from there to somewhere else. Ok. It's not a brain- killer (except that I had a bit of trouble finding one of the fuses), and in spite of all the mean ETs, there's more than enough ammo to have a ball watching them all go up in smithereens. I loved how Franky decided not to fill the entire adventure with ever-looping music, the nice use of the anti-gravity spots, the excellent cleanliness of the sceneries and the inspiring lighting in several places, as well as the use of the Rover. Other than that, it seemed to me that, at least partly, he re-used a few of his already used ideas, but made them sharper and cleaner - I guess that would define it. On the downside, Lara can get trapped in places, when she's driving the Rover. Globally, I can clearly see the evolution and I'll be looking forward to the next instalment." - Jorge22 (10-Jun-2020)
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