Star Trek: Bridge Commander

August 10, 2013 - Comment

This software is BRAND NEW. Packaging may differ slightly from the stock photo above. Please click on our logo above to see over 15,000 titles in stock.Star Trek: Bridge Commander is the first space simulation set in the Next Generation universe and puts you in command of your own Starfleet starship and crew. While you’re

This software is BRAND NEW. Packaging may differ slightly from the stock photo above. Please click on our logo above to see over 15,000 titles in stock.Star Trek: Bridge Commander is the first space simulation set in the Next Generation universe and puts you in command of your own Starfleet starship and crew. While you’re on duty in a remote area of space, a nearby sun suddenly erupts, releasing a deadly blast that damages your ship, kills your captain, and threatens colonists close by. You must take control of your ship and lead your crew to solve the mystery.

Your mission is to discover the cause of the devastating explosion and prevent it from happening again. During the race you will battle the Cardassians, ally with the Klingons, investigate the Romulans, and reveal a secret plot that threatens the Federation itself. Challenges grow as you and your crew race to find the cause through more than 30 different missions. These include many of Star Trek‘s fundamental elements: defense, combat, diplomacy, exploration, rescue, and scientific discovery. You will be able to command both Galaxy- and Sovereign-class ships much like the U.S.S. Enterprise-D and U.S.S. Enterprise-E.


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"rum_an" says:

My Review `Star Trek’ is one of the largest syndicated franchises in history. With 5 series, nine movies, millions of fans and billions of dollars worth of merchandise, this show is practically immortal: it’s not going to cease production for a very long time. Though `Star Trek’ hit television by storm, this wasn’t the case with computers. Despite more than 10 `Trek’ games, none of them truly captured the essence of the show. Also, the combat was mainly comprised of fighter-type vessels: not `Star Trek’ at all.

Andrew Elgert says:

“ST: Bridge Commander” good, but needs “refit” This game has excelent, believable graphics. When I first played the game I felt like I was on the bridge of the Enterprise-D, or U.S.S. Dauntless, as it were. I liked the realistic graphics(like those of Starfleet Command) and the ability to go in all three dimentions(such as Starfleet Academy.) But with these stunning graphics, there were some, small, disappointments. The starfields appeared very static; they seemed to “overlook” physical laws, such as gravity. Also, the lips of the characters were very out of sinc. Overall I felt like I had the uniform on; I felt like saying “Make it so, number one.”

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