|Captain Sir Hexen Ineptus|
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Oh SG:U so under-rated. I loved how it got away from the Star Trek formula SG1 got into. Yeah they were lost in space, it has been done before, but wow, language was an issue again, sense of hopelessness, constant threat and fight for resources, and the insecurity. Loved how it used existing content in the show, like the communication stones.
Just totally underrated.
|James Martin RPG Superstar 2010 Top 16, 2011 Top 32|
|Chris Mortika RPG Superstar 2010 Top 16|
I didn't think SG-U was awful, per se, but it was something entirely different, and darker, and much more slow-paced,and really not so much fun.
Star Trek: Voyager was about two different crews with radically different agendas, thrown together, and making the best of their differences. But the melding happened almost immediately. There was no drama to speak of.
Stargate: Universe went the other direction: a number of people with disparate goals, never seeming to be willing to negotiate, compromise, cooperate, or even trust one another. And, the alien menace lacked the drama of the Gouald-oud. (I'ts mad, and it's gargling.)