Summary: What excitement had I to be able to pilot the ships of Star Trek, and to pick between the Enterprise X-1, the Enterprise NCC-1701, the Enterprise NCC-1701A, the Enterprise NCC-1701D, the Reliant, the Constitution, etcetera.
Star Trek: Legacy could have been the best Trek game ever....
Jesse Huongvilay, Amazon
7 October 2009
Summary: ...but instead, it became a disappointment. To start off, Legacy was clearly a disappointment even to Trek fans like me. The system requirements are all wrong, and many users have reported that even though it was listed (in the minimum system requirements) to have Windows XP, their game still would...
Summary: I had high hopes for this game. I really did. But like a Klingon BoP, it let me down at the worst possible time - all the time. The controls were terrible and to make it worse there is no way in game to change them, worse yet, it doesn't support joysticks.
Summary: The controls are absolutely impossible on the PC version. Nearly everything is controlled by the mouse and even clicking on objects is a practice in patience and endurance. There is no in game support for mapping controls. You can't change the camera, pan, or zoom.
Summary: Pros -Good voice acting -Nice variety of missions -Huge amount of ships to pilot Cons -Only 4 races: Federation, Klingon, Romulan, & Borg. No Dominion or Cardassian -Not a lot of tactical depth I liked this game for the most part.
What happens when you combine Star Trek with poor Console Develpoers?
C. Deuter, Amazon
27 November 2007
Summary: Add one measure of Star Trek with about 40 measures of extremely incompetant game development, and you get this amazing little wart of a game! And trust me folks, I am NOT kidding. I have played just about every Star Trek game there is, and nearly NONE has been this bad.
Summary: Here's the most honest review you may find Star Trek gamers. I wish I could have given this game high marks but here are the reasons why I don't: Control pitch for ships, too sensative. Missions in the beginning are way too complicated leaving you frustrated at times.