Summary: My mom got me this game for Easter and I love it. The first thing I did was do a skirmish to get a hold of the combat. I loved it. I thought that the battle mechanics were cool (note, this was my first star trek game). Next I played the campaign and noticed, this looks like star wars empire at war, where you have to manage not just a certain area, but the entire space. I have had lots of fun playing this game and unlocking different aliens to play as.
Summary: My son, (and I) are huge STNG fans. This was the closest we could find for Wii. He's figured out how to play & enjoys it. I think it's a mix of a couple of the Star Trek shows, but I'm not sure. I sure wish there were more Wii games out there for Star Trek!
Summary: So that pretty much makes me biased on anything to do with star trek. It is a strategy game so it your looking for graphics and tons of action you will be disappointed but you should be looking for that if you have a wii (not known for that). More like a thinking game i wished it had more of the original ships in it looked more like a new generation thing. After you have conquered it a couple times it does get boring but that pretty much all a games.
Summary: graphics: circa win95 gameplay: To start you've got clunky controlls, the screen is too close to manage the battle, and racial combat ability is rather lopsided (klingon fleet tore thru a fully upgraded/defended romulan starbase & defencive fleet without losing a single ship) story: no real story just pointless back and forth fighting sound: standard canned ST sounds and music
Summary: This is not the greatest game, but it is the only Star Trek game for the Wii available. It has moderate gameplay and would be better suited for one of the older systems. The graphics remind me of SNES.
Summary: Pros: --- The auto battle system means that you don't have to manually control your ships --- It is fun to go around blowing your enemy's stuff up --- The graphics look good for the Wii --- The game is easy enough to pick up and play Cons: --- Each faction only has 3 kinds of ships, and with only 6 factions there isn't a lot of variety --- Whenever you select something, it causes the screen to glow around what you have selected, and this can cause eye strain when you are...
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. From my understanding of this game having played it with friends, it's worth twenty bucks, but not much more. It's no deep r.t.s., just a simple quick strategy game. If you want to buy it, buy it from a local reseller, and only if it's below twenty dollars.