You're the pilot of a spacecraft launched from Earth in order to protect it! First off, you encounter a furry llama looking creature, Brin O'Keef, who tells you of the Maka Bola - the base for an anti-Korok movement. The Korok are a machine race who are attacking our space. They are led by the Master Computer Robot - a twisted piece of machinery that has started attacking people. There are many races united to fight them, and you are the representative of the Human race!
So what to do?
Save the Universe, of course!
You have some inventory you can trade and you should! You will need missiles and other equipment to enhance your ship. You can get anything from blast shield boosters to jamming devices, etc. All these will make your ship stronger, and you can also improve it by accessing the options under the Engineering menu. You can trade for most things you need, like new parts and equipment. The bots come in very handy for exploration of alien terrain. You’ll try and obtain things from planet surfaces too, and you’ll need bots to do it.
Trading isn't the only method to obtain the necessaries. You’ll be awarded different things after successfully completing the missions found in the com net, and you can salvage parts from the ships you blast to pieces. Yes, you get to shoot!
But don't forget about your main objective – to stop the machine aggression.
As you talk to different species, you’ll discover that an ancient civilization built the Korok machines; but when the builders disappeared, the Master Computer Robot broke down. There are four old Korok machines out there that can help you; so don't simply destroy all the robots, try talking to them. If they're not evil, they’ll talk back to you.
So far I’ve only finished the game one way: I tracked down the Master Control Robot and destroyed his ship. There are supposed to be other ways to finish the game, but I haven't discovered them just yet.
I found no walkthrough, but I don't think this game really needs one. If you wish to find out more before playing, you might look at the TXT file, because it has all the conversations that appear in the game. You could find this useful.
The game deserves a 4 IMHO. It has a solid story, good enough graphics, plays nicely with the keyboard, has sound (though it could be improved upon) and is fun.
What more do you want?
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