Star Trek: Armada

July 13, 2013 - Comment

War rages across the Alpha Quadrant. You command four powerful races in a strategic struggle for survival. Who iwll live? Who will be assimilated? The future depends on your every decision.The Borg have returned! A starship from the future has materialized to warn of the latest Borg threat. You are in charge of the fleets

War rages across the Alpha Quadrant. You command four powerful races in a strategic struggle for survival. Who iwll live? Who will be assimilated? The future depends on your every decision.The Borg have returned! A starship from the future has materialized to warn of the latest Borg threat. You are in charge of the fleets on Federation, Klingon, Romulan, and Borg ships that will wage this epic battle. Build starships, construct space stations, and research special weapons to lead your side to victory. Along the way, you will survive a Klingon civil war, Romulan subterfuge, and the Borg’s search for perfection. The future is in your command.

Star Trek: Armada is the first real-time 3-D strategy game set in the Star Trek: The Next Generation universe. In various campaigns, the player assumes command of the fleets of the Federation, Klingon, Romulan, and Borg, using up to 30 starships in dynamic ship-to-ship combat as well as overseeing the construction, repair, and staffing of the ships.

Product Features

  • real-time strategy
  • animated violence
  • mild language

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Andrew Limsk says:

Interesting and engrossing gameplay but buggy As a long suffering Star Trek fan who wishes that not almost every ST PC game turns out to be a stinker, I am glad to report that this game turned out to be playable. Like Blizzard’s Starcraft, you control each of the 4 major ST: Next Generation races in turn (Federation, Klingon, Romulan, and Borg), solving a series of liked scenarios for each, all linked through a common storyline. I’d wait until a patch was available before buying it though. If the bugs were fixed, I’d rate it a 4-star.

isaac t. says:

“Innovative and (Finally) decent Star Trek game” For many years Stars Wars games from Lucas Arts such as Jedi Knight have been superb and high quality. This is unfortunately not true from Star Trek games such as “Birth of the Federation” which are downright dull and boring. Almost all Star Trek games with the exception of StarFleet Command have not captured the essence of the Star Trek Universe, and have not been known as good games. StarFleet Armada changes this, and in a drastic way. Using the popular RTS format it succeeds in making the Star Trek Universe enjoyable, and allows you to control ships you always wanted to see in action such as the Defiant. It answers many questions concerning how many Defiant class worships would be required to blow up a Borg Cube. The minimal requirements are ectremely low considering the beautiful eye candy that abounds in the game from a wormhole opening to the destruction of a Federation Starbase. The game is fun to play, and was well worth the wait. To say that it is a…

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