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Theres always a way to escape elimination. You have to check how EVERYONE feels about everyone including yourself. Say Tom and Alicia are favorable of you, its smart to NOT vote them off, and try to vote out 2 people that aren't favorable of them or you that a lot of others don't like and that person is most likely to go home if you make deals to get them voted out. But what sucks is that if there is someone that everyone on tribe is favorable of no one wants to vote them off and the only way to get them off is to rely on reward to raise your skills so people will be more likely to vote with you :|.
There is only 1 con to me about this game and taht is at tribal council how that there is no real tie :|. In survivor you can't vote yourself.. but if you make the votes an obvious tie the computer makes someone vote themselves to force someone to go home instead of picking a rock which would be more interesting -_-.
I wish there could be a 2012 version of this game with more recent seasons. But overall, the challenges are FUN because most of the puzzles and games have more than one version to play it so it always changes and its extremly fun, the game is LONG and you always have to THINK like real survivor. I reccomend this to any hardcore survivor fans out there! Its amazing.
Fortunately, this version is NOT a rehash of the first horrible game, but a big step forward in the right direction. You bascially jump from challenge to challenge, many of them truly fun and enjoyable. A couple of them I just didn't even understand, but did better in them upon repeat plays. My favorites are a tower game, a slot machine game, and a game based on minesweeper.
This game totally eliminates the ineffective camp time with an opportunity to form real alliances. These aliiances only last one episode, but at least you can form them which have impilcations at Tribal Council. Both times I've played, my character's popularity plunged, and I was at fault about what to do. However, my alliances saved me at Tribal Council, and I made it to the final Tribal council, winning one and losing one. Sure the people look fakey, but you have to give some leeway for a 20 dollar computer program!
Overall, I imagine I'm going to play this game repeatedly, but not all the time. It certainly is leagues better than the first release. If you are a Survivor fan, or shopping for one, this may be just the gift for you. See you at Tribal Council!
P.S. The realty game that's really held up, even after two YEARS of playing, is "The Weakest Link". I still whole heartedly recommend that program. I want a new release!
In this game there are actually alliances. Unlike the other one where the idiotic people ask how is the alliance and there isn't one. The graphics, even though they barely are there are much better than the original clunky, blocky original graphics.
The Challenges in this game are also better than the original. You don't replay them. And also there are more challenges and are more complex.
This game is for hardcore Survivor fans mainly or else you wouldn't enjoy it as much. I hate Survivor but the game is good.