Star Trek: New Worlds

August 10, 2013 - Comment

They’ve added the ultimate feature to real-timestrategy…Star Trek.Product InformationThe first Star Trek title to take place on volatile pla surfaces Star Trek:New Worlds lets the player colonize mine resources research and defend andprotect the frontier and it’s colonists resulting in an unequaled up-close andpersonal gaming experience.Created in real 3D Star Trek: New Worlds bines cutting

They’ve added the ultimate feature to real-timestrategy…Star Trek.Product InformationThe first Star Trek title to take place on volatile pla surfaces Star Trek:New Worlds lets the player colonize mine resources research and defend andprotect the frontier and it’s colonists resulting in an unequaled up-close andpersonal gaming experience.Created in real 3D Star Trek: New Worlds bines cutting edge technology andtotal interaction with a uniquely immersive gaming experience. The player maychoose to play as an honorable member of the Federation as one of the KlingonImperial Task Force or amongst the regiments of the Romulan Star Empire anddevelop or destroy the frontier in over 25 unique missions.Star Trek: New Worlds presents the Star Trek universe as never seen before. Setin the 23rd Century – the year 2292 – the game chronicles the challenges andadventures of a small group of colonial officers on the surfaces of new alienworlds.Choosing to play as the Federation Klingons or the Romulans the player mustmeet a series of challenges that take the form of mission objectives. Thesecontain main Primary objectives Secondary and even Tertiary objectives. Themain mission objective must be met to plete the mission while the secondaryand tertiary objectives enable the player to finish the mission with a higherscore and rank.Playing as a different race not only provides a new plement of buildings andvehicles all with their own graphical styles but also allows the player toexperience a new style of game play. The Federation player must act inaccordance with StarFleet protocol and their actions must conform to certainethical constraints. The Klingon player however can enjoy a much moreaggressive life-style but is still bound by their honor codes. (For exampleshooting down an unarmed shuttle ferrying civilians provides the warrior with nohonor and will bring shame on the family name). The Romulans provide the playerwith a wildcard style of play. As long as mission objectives aStar Trek: New Worlds presents the Star Trek universe as never seen before. Set in the 23rd century–the year 2292–the game chronicles the challenges and adventures of a small group of colonial officers on the surfaces of new alien worlds. Choosing to play as the Federation, Klingons, or the Romulans, the player must meet a series of challenges that take the form of mission objectives. These contain primary, secondary, and even tertiary objectives. The main mission objective must be met to complete the mission, while the secondary and tertiary objectives enable the player to finish the mission with a higher score and rank. Playing as a different race not only provides a new complement of buildings and vehicles, all with their own graphical styles, but also allows the player to experience a new style of gameplay. The Federation players must act in accordance with StarFleet protocol, and their actions must conform to certain ethical constraints. The Klingon player, however, can enjoy a much more aggressive lifestyle but is still bound by Klingon “honor” codes. For example, shooting down an unarmed shuttle ferrying civilians provides the warrior with no honor and will bring shame on the family name. The Romulans provide the player with a wild-card style of play. As long as mission objectives are met, they are free–to a certain extent–to act as they see fit.


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Brian A. Wolters says:

Oh, so close! Star Trek New Worlds gave us the promise of “Starcraft meets Star Trek.” When starting the game, you believe you are going to get this, but then things go wrong…very wrong.

S. Chappell "S" says:

Star Trek, When oh when will you learn? I have played every Star Trek game that has been released. Wait- Did I say play or beta test? Same difference with most of them. Nearly every Star Trek game has been an immense let-down…

Anonymous says:

Quite possibly the worse game I have ever played. It is certainly the worst strategy game ever. Not only was it a HUGE dissapointment, it was just an all-around bad game. Besides from slow units & a horrible interface to work with, the game was plagued with many problems. Some of the bigger ones are that there isn’t a costum game mode, and you can’t save your games ever! I read some PC magazine reviews that called it “Star Trek meets StarCraft”, well this isn’t true at all. Each race only has about 3 units that are combat-related, one of wich doesn’t even has weapons! Don’t buy this game if you’re expecting a Star Trek based strategy game with lots of awesome battle units. You get the exact opposite.

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