Still the best battle simulator after all these years. This is what every Star Trek game should be.
Steve Leach, Amazon
23 April 2014
Summary: I have owned this game since it's original release date and in my opinion it was and still is the best Star Trek game ever developed. Battle is not just point and shoot. When you are surrounded and outnumbered you need to use ever resource at your disposal to win.
My all-time favorite Star Trek universe game... still works fine with a little effort.
Cary L. Brown, Amazon
8 November 2011
Summary: This game, like most Star Trek games, had a slightly troubled launch. There were two main bugs... first, the "default game speed" was too high (though the game has a "speed adjustment" so you can play it from the fastest setting... almost like a fighter sim...
Summary: I played this game long ago (2000) and it was my favorite Star Trek game. Armada and several of the others just don't have the granularity that this game offers. The ability to handle the Helm, Engineering, Security, Disruptors, etc are all there.
Summary: Klingon Academy is the best game in it's kind. I played it since it's release date and i played it online for like 3 years and still i'm going back to the game itself. It's maybe the best game ever!
Summary: As a player of the game it is unlike anything else. Games that have come after such as Bridge Commander fall well short of achieving the mark. Reviewers seem to dislike it but there is a large fanbase and 90% of people who have played the game properly will rate it higher than a reviewer.
Summary: Although there's nothing much more to say than what earlier reviews have already covered, one thing that should be mentioned about Klingon Academy is it's 'modability', that is, the ability for players to make and download customized ships, screens, star systems, and other game components.
Summary: Without a doubt Klingon Academy is the academy awards winner of the star trek games. Interplay should come out with a sequel, and call it Klingon Academy 11. Please keep the same interface, controls. Could make millions. thank you, Romeo H Faison.