Star Trek: Legacy

June 28, 2013 - Comment

This is the game Star Trek Legacy for the Xbox 360. This game may not come with the original case and instructions. We stand by our products and offer a 60 day guarantee. If a game does not work within 60 days from the time you receive it we will gladly exchange it for you.

This is the game Star Trek Legacy for the Xbox 360. This game may not come with the original case and instructions. We stand by our products and offer a 60 day guarantee. If a game does not work within 60 days from the time you receive it we will gladly exchange it for you.

Product Features

  • Spans the entire Star Trek Universe – The Original Series, Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager and Enterprise
  • Engage in large-scale combat, with dozens of warships fighting simultaneous battles across vast sections of space
  • Dynamic 3D battlefields, filled with fully realized nebulas, wormholes, planets, and stars
  • 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

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Comments

Tony says:

James Kirk fighting the Borg? Please… I waited for this game to come out for months and I really, really wanted to love it. I held out until I beat the game so I could give it a fair review. Overall, it’s an entertaining and fun game that’s plagued with some serious problems. It looks like Bethesda spent most of their budget on getting Shatner, Brooks, Stewart etc to do the voice-overs rather than hiring good story writers and game testers.Probably the biggest problem I have with it has nothing to do with the actual game play. The game’s writers took WAY too many liberties with established Star Trek lore. I know that games aren’t considered part of the Star Trek “canon” but it’s irresponsible to the franchise and just plain bad writing to have James T. Kirk chasing the Borg. Some of the missions’ story lines are just plain ridiculous and more often than not, when I beat a mission I was left scratching my head saying to myself “That’s it? I beat it?” They had the resources, the actors and the access to…

J. Leigh "jleigh7" says:

Tactical + action makes the game shine I’ve played just about every Star Trek game on the market (Bridge Commander, Starfleet Command series, Star Trek Armada series, Dominion Wars, Star Trek Encounters, Star Trek Tactical Assault, Klingon, DS9 the Fallen, Elite Force, etc….) and I haven’t quite found one that gives me what’ve wanted until now. Bridge Commander + Starfleet Command were the closest. This game worked for me because it felt like I was replaying a fleet battle from the TV series- where I can enjoy the tactical elements and the spectacular 3D ship-to-ship battle graphics.This game is at its best when it requires you to develop a strategy, such as splitting your fleet apart to tackle multiple things simultaneously, requiring you to use the tactical map and fleet controls.E.g. I had to locate bases that were creating drones that were poisoning the sector. So I dispatch all ships to all planets to locate all the bases. Then I pair up the ships so that one pair (the battleships) goes to…

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