3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
After the exciting ending of Season 1 Part 1, it was disappointing to find that the whole show seemed to take a different direction.
* More action
* More characters
* Less actual intrigue that one care about
* Too many uninteresting characters
I know the series is called Caprica and not "The Greystones vs the Adamas", but it feels like too many uninteresting characters are introduced, and indeed they should have stuck more to the two families.
(The next paragraph contains minor spoilers.)
I was also very disappointed that they didn't explore the father/daughter relationships between… Read more
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Caprica Season 1 tells a very intriguing story of two families on Caprica. The Greystones have a big industry in computer networks and creates virtual worlds that both look and feel real, much like the virtual world in the movie the Matrix. The father Daniel Greystone doesn't stop at that and tries to research artifical intelligence so one can't tell the difference between AI and real human behaviour. However it's his wiz-head daughter Zoe that secretly succeeds in making a near perfect copy of herself in the virtual world.
The other family, the Adamas are pretty much the opposite. The very down to earth Joseph Adama is utterly shocked when he sees a copy of his daughter in the… Read more
65 of 69 people found the following review helpful
Starting with the graphics, as usual Nintendo's pets aren't just the random pet you came across, but instead designed to be the cutest of the lot. Especially good in this version is the fur of the animals. While Nintendogs DS used clever texturing to make less detailed objects look good, this time they've had the graphics-power to make the animals look like a decent friends of hollywood animation movies like the Ice Age series, very good! (However they look like real pets, their eyes aren't half their head like cartoons.)
When you turn on the 3d feature of the machine and see how they animate, then Nintendogs + Cats look like very real, cute, liveable pets with fluffy fur. If you… Read more