Star Trek: Legacy

Star Trek: Legacy

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  • Star Trek universe: The game spans the entire original series, Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterprise. It's all here for you to control.
  • Real-time Starfleet combat: Engage in large-scale combat with dozens of warships fighting simultaneous battles across vast sections of space.
  • Dynamic three-dimensional battlefields: Battle through beautiful space environments filled with fully realized nebulas, wormholes, planets, and stars. Intuitive controls allow you to quickly select targets and destinations in 3D space.
  • Detailed weapon effects and damage modeling: Experience weapons searing with energy and charged shields that surge with every hit. Ships have full damage modeling and break apart, strewing debris and sparks.
  • Customizable fleets, ships, and captains: Victories earn Command Points, which are used to personalize your fleet, ships, and captains.
  • Single player Federation campaign: Play an involving campaign spanning three full epochs (Enterprise, The Original Series, and The Next Generation).
  • Multiplayer with full Xbox Live support: From small-scale engagements to all-out war involving multiple systems, enjoy matchmaking, stat tracking, and player rankings on Xbox Live.
  • Over sixty ships and four playable races: From small scouts and light cruisers to fearsome battleships, command the powerful fleets of the Federation, Klingon, Romulan, and Borg races, all beautifully rendered with the latest technology.


Star Trek: Legacy is an epic game of Starfleet combat covering the entire Star Trek universe. Become the Admiral of a task force of warships and lead your fleet to victory in large-scale battles.

As the Admiral of the Fleet, choose the ships, equipment, and captains to lead into battle. The game is designed to provide an immersive strategic and tactical experience by emphasizing the dramatic excitement of large-scale battles without the hassle of complex starship management.

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Genre Simulation
Version  Asia
PAX-Code PAX0001488061
Players  1-4


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PuNiao (365) on 29, Mar. 2007 19:44 (HKT)
Star Trek: Legacy
The final frontier for Star Trek, after conquering film and television, seems to be video games. But with Star Trek: Legacy, the franchise better be prepared to take some baby steps first instead of breaking into warp speed. Legacy spans the timeline of all five Star Trek television shows, with an overarching storyline tat begins in the era of Star Trek: Enterprise. It then moves into The Original Series before wrapping up in The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine and Voyager. And to give it a level of authenticity beyond just the Star Trek name, developer Bethesda Studios even roped in all five actors who chaired the Captain\'s seat from each TV show, to voice the game.

This works pretty well, even though a few of them sound as if they phoned in their dialogues. But as this tactical-game-meets-flight-simulator isn\'t filled with interactive characters, the voice actors bring some familiarity to the game. Each scenario puts you in control of a ship, which can grow into a fleet of four, as you explore strange new worlds. In each mission, you will run into battles with familiar faces like Romulans, Klingons and the all-time favorites, The Borg. What would impress most Trekkies are the faithful models of all starships from the Star Trek series - from the various versions of the USS Enterprise Romulan Warbirds to the Klingon Birds Of Prey. There is a level of thrill to be flying Captain\'s Kirk\'s Enterprise as you attempt to destroy a Klingon ship, or command Captain Picard\'s Enterprise against the Borg.

Alas, what disappoints slightly is the repititive nature of a game. Enter any stay system with some ships and the level imediately requires you to engage a few ships. After some dialogue, it is back to engaging the enemies once again. Controls wise, flight simulator fans would be familiar with the 360 degree aspect of the game. But in actual gameplay, remove the space settings and replace the ships with propeller planes, and you could jolly well be playing a World War One flight Sim. Another thing that marred my experience was the lack of save points between levels, which would not be a problem if each level did not last a minimum of 20 minutes. Imagine flying around and blasting the Romulans for close to an hour only to make one mistake towards the end and having to restart the entire battle again.

Given the huge undertaking of having five legendary Captains involved in one game, I was disappointed at the lack of Special Features to mark this momentous occassion. Even if one guessed that all five actors rcorded their roles at different times, it would be nice to hear them talk about their Star Trek experiences, and given the way the Star Trek franchise has slipped in popularity in recent years, hear their thoughts on the matter too. All in all, Legacy is nice filler for Trekkies in need of some fresh blood, but one hopes that the sequel, if any, will be able to beam fans up for a much more fulfilling experience.
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Baburu (35) on 23, Mar. 2007 04:33 (HKT)
Good game for Star Trek Fans
at first I didn\'t like this, it seemed ratehr dull, but once you get going it\'s a good game, but really one for fans, which I am so that\'s okay. The controls are a bit weird, but easy to learn and get use to. The graphics are fantasic, look great in HD. The fact that all the captains repraise their rolls, pricless. A must have for Trekkers, a should rent for all others.
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