Reviews and Problems with Star Trek: Starfleet Command
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11 January 2011
Summary: Starfleet Command 2 is a satisfying real time strategy game. If you are a fan of Star Trek and enjoy these kinds of game, you shouldn't miss it. Even for the general public (myself included), Starfleet Command 2 contains enough features to warrant giving it a try. Once Dynaverse 2 is up and running, Starfleet Command 2 will be an accurate simulation of the worlds of Star Trek.
Conclusion: This game has a somewhat steep learning curve, you really have to understand all the myriad capabilities of your ship, as well as your enemy to survive and prosper, but for the dedicated Star Trek fan its well worth it. Even if you just enjoy a tough battle, this game comes through, and it has excellent multiplayer support as well as many mods. I highly recommend it.
Star Trek Starfleet Command Volume II Empires at War
9 March 2001
Excerpt: Designed by Distributed by Interplay Minimum System Requirements Windows 95/98/2000/ME Pentium III 500 (without 3D acceleration) Paentium II 350 (with 3D acceleration) 64 MB RAM Quadspeed (4x) CD-ROM drive 100% Microsoft-compatible Mouse and keyboard 4MB SVGA Video Card (D3D compatible) 550 MB for installation Da Introduction: Welcome to the Star Trek world Interplay style. Interplay has a very good reputation when it comes to creating games that people want and enjoy.
Excerpt: Star Trek: Starfleet Command is a thorough, engaging tactical space combat game that turns the sometimes analytical drudgery of Star Fleet Battles -- a detailed, faithful and hideously complicated 80's hex-board game wherein players commanded starships from the Star Trek universe and could do pretty much anything they'd ever seen on the series and in the films, and then some -- into a real-time effort that plays good, sounds great and looks incredible.
Excerpt: There have been countless games based upon the series of Star Trek, dating back to the old text based games to the newest in the series, Starfleet Command. Somehow Star Trek has had a history of poor games and let downs. Fortunately for Starfleet Command, it manages to escape from the wrath of the stereotypical Star Trek game. What can you expect from a game where primarily everything occurs in space?
Excerpt: Et hop ! un nouveau Star Trek, un ! Interplay remet ça avec Starfleet Command, jeu de stratégie galactique dans lequel le joueur doit remplir des missions le plus proprement possible... classique.