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.
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.
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".
Summary: Being a Star Trek fan, I had high hopes for the game. The preview trailer was exciting and the demo was fun to play. Once I got the game, I played it for four hours straight! I just couldn't stop...I was hooked! Until...the game suddenly just...stopped. "What the-?!" Overall, this could have been the best Star Trek game I've ever played. You get to be the good guys and the bad guys. Building ships, starbases, taking over ships, and unique weapons made it exciting.
Summary: Star Trek Armada is by far one of the most interesting and fun games that I have played. In fact, it is quite possibly the only game that does any of the Star Trek games justice. I've played the game for quite some time and would certainly recommend it to other players. However, before you invest your money I must point out several pitfalls of this game that could push some customers away.
Summary: Star Trek Armada is : A very good game! What do you get when you have millions of trekkies or trekkers wanting to play Star Trek on a broad level but don't want to be restricted to one race? You get the latest game to hit the compters, Star Trek Armada. Now you can control multiple starships ranging from Federation, Klingon, Romulan and our favorite, the Borg.
Summary: I have been playing Armada for the past two weeks. It is a great strategy game but does have a few bugs. In a previous review a user stated he/she has had problems with AMD Athlon processors. I have not had such major problems running the game on mine. It has crashed and kicked me out to windows a few times but not on a regular basis. To solve this, I make sure I am saving my game periodically (so you don't have to start over from the beginning in your current mission).
Summary: The first thing I'd like to say about Armada is that it is definitely not just for Trekkies. I wouldn't remotely qualify as one, and I still loved it. Anyone who appreciates a good RTS should already have this. More than being good strategy, Armada is also an excellent graphical experience. The ships fight with cinematic intensity, with realistic damage and attractive projectile action.