Summary: I am a 40 yo man and remember playing pong on the atari system, so keep that in mind. I first played this game and got my a** kicked so many times I stopped playing and let it collect dust for 6 months.
Summary: The resellers of this game must be smoking some extremely potent stuff to put the price tag at a range of 73 dollars to the mid thirties. If I recall properly, when Amazon itself had this title in stock, it was $19.
Summary: Conquest is a very simple strategy game based in the Star Trek universe. Combat uses a rough "paper-rock-scissors" method for ship battles (Dreadnaughts beat cruisers, cruisers beat scouts, and scouts do a disproportionate amounts of damage to Dreadnaughts).
Summary: It looks like serious amends were made in response to Legacy: Conquest has been drastically dunned down into a lovable arcade/respectably strategic console title. The simplification of this recent Star Trek franchise might be both its greatest strength and weakness.
Summary: I just got this game yesterday and I love it! It's very simple and easy to learn. There are a couple non-intuitive things but they're easily overcome. It's a great space galactic strategy but really simplified so you can do the fun stuff.
Summary: this is just simply fun to play. it is a game that you can go back to and it will be fresh. not very predictable and anything can happen. keeps you coming back for more. i was pleasantly surprised! better than i thought it was going to be
Summary: Don't be fooled by the three stars. Although this title is budget, poorly themed, and very simple as turn based strategy goes, there's a lot of fun of to be had here. This review is designed to tell you how the game mechanics work. Other reviews cover everything else pretty well.
Summary: CONS: Have to sit through the boring intros EVERY TIME; Can't restart Skirmish (arcade play) without having to reenter all the game parameters every time; Main game is, frankly, a board game or at most a mediocre PC game.
Summary: If you are (like me) a Enterprise-models-on-the-shelfs certified trekkie, go ahead, buy it - you will enjoy it for... let's say 2 weeks. If you are not trekkie (or don't know what that is), move ahead and go find something else.