These days there is a protagonist when it comes to video games. We talk about Battlefront 2, the title based on Star Wars that apart from its quality, is news for the controversy arising around the issue of micropayments (you know, get all the content comes out for 4,500 hours of play or about 2,100 dollars ).
The fact is that the title shows off the name of Star Wars to attract buyers and it turns out well.
This is the special saga par excellence (with permission from Star Trek), although it is the only alternative. And maybe some of the names of William Adama, Apollo or Kara Thrace sound like something. It is about some of the protagonists of one of the best fiction series that can be found: Battlestar Galactica. A series that already has its own video game.
Battlestar Galactica is the new version of another series of the same name that was issued at the end of the 1970s and that arrived in 2003 on our screens. A series of cult for many among which I include myself and that now makes the leap to the world of video games.
The title responds to the name of Battlestar Galactica Deadlock and arrives for PC via Steam, PS4 and for the Xbox One in reserve mode at a price of 29.99 euros arriving on the market as of December 8.
A game that puts us in the middle of the First Cylon War, a phase prior to everything that happens in the series and in which the machines reveal themselves against the humans who created them.
With a weight of 4.11 GB, the game offers a total of 26 unlockable achievements and offers from a more strategic aspect managing the alliance’s fleet to one more epic that offers battles in 3D. And yes, it may be graphically below other proposals, but for fans of the series can be an interesting alternative to relive a great plot.