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5.5 out of 10

Star Trek Armada

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Overall 10
10

WARNING!

The Truth, Amazon
11 April 2012
  • Summary: This game does not work on Windows 7. I have played this game on Windows 95, 98, and XP. It will install on Windows 7, but it will not play. Unless you have a Windows 95/98 cd, you will not be able to play this game on Windows 7.
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Overall 8
8.0

Star Trek - Armada

Yu-Jin Chia "Yu-Jin Chia", Amazon
28 March 2004
  • Summary: I thought the game was very fun and good. You have the Federation,Borg,Romulans, and Klingons. The Ferengi, Dominion, Breen and Cardassians also make appearances. It has the habit of sometimes crashing but that doesn't happen a lot. One thing I was disappointed with is how short and easy the missions were, even with the setting on hard they were easy. The graphics were good. It has a good multiplayer connection and instant action against the computer.
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Overall 10
10

A marriage of the RTS genre and Star Trek can't lose.

Andrew Lambert, Amazon
27 September 2002
  • Summary: Star Trek Armada is an addictive game. After completing 20 challenging missions as the Federation, the Klingon, the Romualns, the Borg, and finally as a combined task force against a Borg invasion you'll be ready to take a crack at the online arena. You can play against up to seven other palyers and (with effort) create your own game maps, or download others maps from many different websites.
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Overall 8
8.0

DAMN good effort!

D. Lindridge, Amazon
13 June 2002
  • Summary: This game turns out to be almost everything that Star Fleet Command was not. You build a bunch of ships (and the infrastructure to support them), and go out and blow stuff up! The graphics are good, and the AI isn't too shoddy either (all though there were times I tried to ask it if it was retarded!). These are my big complaints about this game: 1) A fleet can only consist of 9 ships. Where as ST: Armada 2 a fleet can be up to 16. 2) No real mission re-playability.
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Overall 8
8.0

Fun

Mike, Amazon
25 January 2002
  • Summary: As a Star Trek fan I really enjoyed this game. I played before and felt the need for more Trek. This game helped fill some spare time.
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Overall 10
10

Still fun over a decade later

Michael C. Spadaro, Amazon
25 January 2002
  • Summary: When it came out, I didn't quite understand it, plus the computer I had at the time wasn't capable of running it. It wasn't until 2004 that I had a computer capable of running Armada (and a couple other Trek games) smoothly, but by that point, finding Trek games in any video game store had become almost impossible thanks to Activision dropping the license and suing Viacom.
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Overall 10
10

Awesome

Richard A. Flores, Amazon
25 January 2002
  • Summary: Classic but a great game. You will want to download the Millenium Project 1.9SE online and it makes it BAD ASS. I helped design aspects of the MP mod way back in the day when this game came out, a bunch of good guys that made a great mod. 10+ years later and I still play this game.
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Overall 8
8.0

Star Trek- Armada

TerryCats, Amazon
25 January 2002
  • Summary: What can I say?? My husband loves playing this game. He plays this game constantly. If you like Star Trek games, this game is meant for you.
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Overall 2
2.0

Star Trek Armada

John Bryant, Amazon
25 January 2002
  • Summary: I thought originally the size of the files for the game just wouldn't load onto my laptop with a lot of space was taken. Now I have a brand new desk top and the disk will not even begin to upload on to the desktop. Second game I have got from online that didn't work.
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Overall 8
8.0

The Star trek game we'd all been waiting for.

Adam X, Amazon
25 January 2002
  • Summary: This RTS (Real Time Strategy) game based on many canonical points taken from the Star Trek universe, utilizes the voices of Patrick Stewart (Captain Jean Luc Picard) and Michael Dorn (Ambassador Warf) to envelop the gamer in a fascinating if not entirely cannon story fraught with peril and adventure. This series drops the mantra of "exploring the galaxy" in order to enforce the new one of "Protect the galaxy".
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