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Star Trek - Legacy - PC

by Bethesda See the Amazon Page for this brand
Windows XP
Everyone 10+
2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (125 customer reviews) 56 / 100

Price: $78.00
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  • Epic game of Starfleet combat covering the entire Star Trek Universe
  • Become the Admiral and lead a fleet to victory in large-scale battles
  • Choose ships, equipment, and captains; 60+ ships and 4 races
  • Dynamic 3-D battlefields; detailed weapon effects and damage modeling
  • Single-player Federation campaign spanning 3 full epochs

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  • ASIN: B000EXW52O
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.5 x 1.2 inches ; 5.1 ounces
  • Media: DVD-ROM
  • Release Date: December 5, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (125 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,952 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Legacy is an epic game of Starfleet combat covering the entire Star Trek Universe. Players become the Admiral of a task force of warships and must lead their fleet to victory in large-scale battles. As the Admiral of the fleet you choose the ships, equipment, and captains that you will 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.

Features:

  • Spans the entire Star Trek Universe. The 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. Beautiful space environments filled with fully realized nebulas, wormholes, planets, and stars. Intuitive controls allow players to quickly select targets and destinations in 3-D space.
  • Detailed weapon effects and damage modeling. Weapons searing with energy and charged shields that surge with every hit. Ships with full damage modeling that 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. Spanning three full epochs (Enterprise, The Original Series, and The Next Generation).
  • Over 60 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.

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An all new PC add on for Oblivion that features 5 to 10 hours of Gameplay. Begin a new quest for the legendary Crusader's Relics, found your own knightly order, and defeat an evil foe from the distant past.

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127 of 133 people found the following review helpful
Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
My son has been eagerly anticipating this game for nearly a month (the release date was actually on our calendar), and I was loathe to disappoint him. I drove clear across town to the only EB in the phone book that had it in stock (two days AFTER the release date, BTW. That is, the release date that was announced after the previous release date, which was pushed back from an earlier release date, but is stilll a week before the OTHER release date, of the xbox version, that is...explain THAT to a ten year old who just keeps obsessively reciting the words "Captain's Stardate 2905.2 etc". It has not been a good week. But I digress...)

Anyway, we finally have it. So, naturally, it turned out to be a complete turd. Granted, it's a very attractive turd, all shiny and encased in lucite, but still a turd. The ships look great, but the overall game feels rushed, with sparse features and awkward controls. The box contains the usual brochure masquerading as a player's guide...I've received bigger pamphlets for free just standing around downtown. Maybe they should just start printing the instructions on the inside fo the box lid, like Milton Bradley does? I'm sure they could do it with this game, which has all of the depth of a California blond named Candy.

I suspect it may be a better xbox game, but the PC game is unplayable, owing to a finger-cramping keyboard-only interface that cannot be reconfigured to a more rational layout without knowledge of the arcane art of XML, and it does not support a joystick without the use of third-party software. This alone is a show stopper. I have two game-crazy kids that played games like Starfleet Command 2 and 3 for hours on end who gave this game less than ten minutes of their time before giving up in disgust.
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111 of 116 people found the following review helpful
Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
The two games I would recommend as an alternative: Bridge Commander and Starfleet Command 3 are both near impossible to find nowadays.

You know that you are in trouble when the PC game recommends the controller for the console it was ported from - and when you find AI files from STAR TREK ARMADA dated 1998 in the installation directory.

It is difficult to change the control settings for novice users. There is no in-game menu to do such - you are required to edit a file in notepad/textpad to do this.

The graphics settings constantly reset themselves if you try to edit the config files to actually make the game look decent.

There is little to no tactical depth... you can warp right in to planets/asteroids and it does no damage to your ship. There is no factor in a battle beyond your ship's stats versus whoever you are fightings stats - so the bigger ship wins always.

It would have been nice to run into an asteroid field as the Defiant - zigzagging among asteroid while the Romulan Warbird chasing you ends up getting plowed by an asteroid because of its sluggish controls - weakening it enough so that you can turn and do some damage while it is hurt.

Instead it follows you in, shrugs off all the asteroids and then kills you in 10 seconds because you cannot warp out of the asteroid field.

Shield facings are irrelevant... so no tactical decisions there. The only relevance (and it is small) is the range you are before you open up with phasers.

There is excellent sound and voiceovers in this game... but it does not save the trainwreck that it has become. I was expecting a lot more...
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars This egg is still soft in the middle. December 9, 2006
Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
Another disappointment. Another casualty of the console driven push for style over substance.

First, understand that this is a shooter, light on the tactical. If you are expecting an adventure, or the depth of say, Bridge Commander, or even Starfleet Command, you are in for a surprise. The voices of five captains, are all you get as far as frills go. You will never see them. You will never see cut-scenes. There is no Bridge view. You get a map, and the standard space view, and that is all you will ever see, with the exception of the menu.

The graphics are lovely, for the most part, but seem to carry with them unrealistic system requirements. I far exceed the suggested system, yet my game stuttered in the strangest, seemingly least demanding places. I chalk this up to poorly optimized code. Audio static, and skipping was heard at the main menu, and during play-back of the extras, which stuttered as well, while the bulk of the game ran smoothly.

Controls are an unresponsive nightmare, minimal, and cannot be changed. Word on the official forums is to use an Xbox 360 controller (!?!), I'm sorry, but I find this insulting, and proof positive that this is a console port. 360 controller buttons are even mentioned in the manual!

I never did try multiplayer, before uninstalling, but a patch has quickly been released to allow people to connect, I suppose. I think it's worth bringing up here, that it took almost ten minutes to uninstall. All of these issues lead me to believe the game was rushed.

Still, even in full working order, this would not be the Star Trek experience I had hoped to have. This is a shooter. Very plain, and very simple.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Perfect Shop
It was quite simply perfect and flawless in all aspects of the process.
Published 1 month ago by Michael Heath
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
My son is a fan!
Published 2 months ago by Anne O Ryan
4.0 out of 5 stars Good game.
Good game. A little hard in some areas but easy in others. Overall a good game.
Published 2 months ago by S. Walker
5.0 out of 5 stars Not bad
After a couple of years owning the game, finally finished the 15 levels in campaign mode. Happy the game didn't freeze up my XP machine but there were some bugs like Captain Sisko... Read more
Published 2 months ago by D. Chan
5.0 out of 5 stars loved it
Old school but great fun and it runs on my laptop. Too bad they don't make any newer games these days.
Published 5 months ago by Steve Neill
4.0 out of 5 stars Legacy on the money
Pretty cool game, love the graphics. Controls are a bit iffy, but still the game is awesome! Recommend for anyone who loves Star Trek.
Published 9 months ago by Carlos
5.0 out of 5 stars good
This is a good product! Even better than I had hoped for. I recommend this for any one looking for a good deal.
Published 10 months ago by John B. Davis
1.0 out of 5 stars Horrible game
This game does not deserve to be labeled as such. No QA for this POS and you can tell when you try to run it.
Published 20 months ago by David L Ziliak
1.0 out of 5 stars let down
i bought this game when it came out thrilled to see another star trek game since the last good ones were bridge commander and Klingon academy. Read more
Published 20 months ago by Peter J. Laframboise
4.0 out of 5 stars not bad
not bad for wat you pay for it, but another title that the compay could have done so much more with.
Published 21 months ago by ArcticWolf
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