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1.3 - "Death to the Daleks!"


Suz decides it is time to take control of events. But when she is summoned to an audience with the Dalek Emperor, she begins to fear that all her efforts have been in vain.

Meanwhile, Earth Alliance Security commander-in-chief Tanlee is intent on locating Alby. The Dalek advance across the galaxy seems unstoppable and the only possibility of salvation for the human race lie... (more)

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Review By newt5996 12/30/14 10:43 am
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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Previous stories required!
An absolute brilliant release featuring so much stuffed into a one disc story. Suz's character arc is completed, Alby is arrested, escapes and gets drunk and rearrested, there are aliens that sound like a mix between Sil and the Racnoss Queen, the Dalek Emperor, a time skip, Pellan is killed off so Nick Briggs can put in even more characters, Alistair Lock gets a chance to be a good Dalek voice actor. Out of the first three parts this is the best and the purchase of the first four are well worth it just to get this one although parts one and two aren't that bad either.
Review By newt5996 12/29/14 9:53 pm
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The first part of a four part Dalek mini-series is an really good listen if you want to get into the Big Finish Spin-offs. The acting and soundscape are perfect with a pretty good story to go along with it. The biggest problem is shoehorning in a lot of plot in about an hour and references to The Genocide Machine and The Apocalypse Element to try and connect them to this. Also it is too easy to tell the Dalek voice actors apart and Alistair Lock is the weaker of the two.
Review By komodo 10/24/13 7:06 pm
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For King and Country!
Project: Infinity has nothing to do with the Forge.

I was a little lost as it began by running off at a tangent in an effort to explain the end of the last story and set up the bulk of this story. The problem being one did not follow on well from the other and the introcued paradigm did not sit well within the whole.

Without Suze, Alby and Karlendorf had to drive the plot, but they did it poorly.

The second half did pick up though as total dalek war errupted. As a bonus there were units of special weapons daleks, which bumped my opinion of this up by a lot.

Who wouldn't love battles featuring battalions of daleks with special weapon units being used strategically?
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