i definately expected better after playing the original gold box series from SSI. the interface is extremly cumbersome i have played 25+ hours and still find it hard to control it seems like the developers decided to change all the common keystrokes / commands from what you would expect them to be. It one redeaming factor was the graphics, and the story line is not that bad just repetitive overall i would give this game a 5.5 as the story and graphics help to overcome some of the cumbersome gameplay issues. I had looked forward to playing this until about an hour after installing i dragged myself through the next 10 to 15 hours hoping that it would get better nut it never did. i would regulate this one to the bargin bin and leave it there.
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