Star Trek: Legacy (PC): Star Trek Legacy is a NO GO
7 June 2009
Summary: Star Trek legacy has only one good point, that you get to play as All of the famous captains from the series' that is about the much fun as you get, the story wasn't the best you go around chasing this vulcan around, what is the whole idea. The controls are very hard to learn, i think if they made a better tutorial at the beginning that could make everyones life a lot easier when they come to play this game.
Summary: In star trek legacy you get to command a federation starship, where you get to play as all the Captain of a starship, unfornutuly that is as good as it gets. The controls are bad, hard to learn and do some of the options, the camera angles are terrible they keep on changing when you do not want them to and the missions are not really up to much and you can not save during missions which can be frustrating when you die near the end of the levels.
Excerpt: "...travel to systems mentioned inmost star trek episodes and can build your fleet equivilant to the day. Overall you can play instanat action with upto 4 races and the latest ships or go online for a mulitplayer mash up. or trek fans this is well worth playing and is highly addicitve and annoying. Now the bad points. When you have a large fleet game can become glichy and crash even on the most powerful machine mine is a quad core xblade machine ...
Conclusion: This hast to be the best buy i have ever baught!! i like star trek and always search online for games that allow you to fly the starships, to this day i have never found one but i dont need to now as star trek legacy has all the ships in the star trek universe everything you could ever want!
Excerpt: "...on the 40th anniversary of Star Trek. It spans all three eras of Star Trek series from Next Generation, Original Star Trek and Enterprise. This works by going through campaigns going through the entire timeline enabling the player to use all three Enterprises while playing the captain as well as other types of ships in real time including Sisko and Janeway which for a Star Trek fan is amazing. Game Play ************ To make it even better for ...
Conclusion: I was very dissapointed in this game, i was expecting more. It says it spans the entire Star Trek universe, it dosn't, i was expeting something form the Voyager or Deep Space Nine series. The skermish opiton needs more, there is only two types of battle types and the mapes are very small and they don't last very long.
Conclusion: After promises of expasive missions spanning the entire star trek timeframe, witht he voices of all of the captains, you could be forgiven, as a star trek fan, for being seduced. The reality of the game, however, is far from great. The game itself seems to be ported direct from console, and the navigation of ships is simply un-workable. The operation of the game is frustrating, as you struggle to get your ships to perform the most obvious of commands.
Conclusion: If the people who made Legacy had followed the model set by Star Trek: Bridge Commander, then this would have been a fantastic game, an update to classic Star Trek space combat but with nice new graphics and more ships. Sadly Legacy failed in many respects, the campaign is playable and quite fun but it's the Skirmish mode that really lets the game down, where most star trek games have had varied, customisable games where one could make up one's own battles, Legacy...