Darkstar: The Interactive Movie (2010)

Video Game   |  Action, Adventure, Mystery


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You are Captain John O'Neil, awakening from suspended animation aboard a battle damaged starship on a lost mission. You've been asleep for over 300 years, a period of time that exceeds the ... See full summary »


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Director:

J. Allen Williams

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J. Allen Williams

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5 January 2011 | Linett
7
| taxing but ultimately satisfying experience
One of the best FMV adventure games I have played (and I played a lot of them), Darkstar is an experience worthy of your time. Sure there are bugs, and path-finding can be maddening at times, but the effort put in the story writing and the excellent acting by the cast justify experiencing Darkstar. Darkstar will immerse you in sci-fi heaven, with beautifully drawn and believable(!) environments. The dialog is well written. The story is original and well thought-worthy of a Hollywood movie! I was particularly impressed by the feeling of loneliness that the game instills in the player as you rack your brain solving threatening situations on a starship. In short: play this game!

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