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Star Trek: Conquest (PS2)

Platform : PlayStation2
3.4 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

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  • Six Playable Races:Choose to command the Federation, Klingon, Romulan, Cardassian, Dominion, or Breen race, each with their own unique set of strengths and weaknesses
  • Resource Management:Wise spending on starbases, factories, research facilities, and starships determines success
  • Real-time Starship combat:Take direct control of any ship and experience intense action as you engage in real-time combat
  • Strategy game set in the STAR TREK: The Next Generation era Planets held by STAR TREK: The Next Generation era races are set in a large galactic map, where turn-based strategy allows you to build and expand your empire.
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  • Platform:   PlayStation2
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
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  • ASIN: B00105VQES
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 13.2 x 1.6 cm ; 118 g
  • Release Date: 14 Mar. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,685 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Product Description

Star Trek Conquest is a single-player game of galactic conquest featuring a blend of strategy and action set in the STAR TREK: The Next Generation era. Players take control of Federation, Klingon, Romulan, Cardassian, Dominion, and Breen forces and lead them in a campaign to control the galaxy, one planet at a time. Players must build and manage their growing empires in turn-based strategy, and then engage in all out starship combat in real-time action

Strategically, players must effectively manage their limited resources to expand their empire.Players can decide how to best achieve objectives by managing fleets, admirals, building support structures, researching technology and engaging enemies in combat. Once battle is initiated, the game switches to a ship level tactical view allowing players to take direct command of their ships and engage in real-time combat.

Six Playable Races:Choose to command the Federation, Klingon, Romulan, Cardassian, Dominion, or Breen race, each with their own unique set of strengths and weaknesses

Resource Management:Wise spending on starbases, factories, research facilities, and starships determines success

Real-time Starship combat:Take direct control of any ship and experience intense action as you engage in real-time combat

Strategy game set in the STAR TREK: The Next Generation era Planets held by STAR TREK: The Next Generation era races are set in a large galactic map, where turn-based strategy allows you to build and expand your empire.

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Star Trek Conquest is a single-player game of galactic conquest featuring a blend of strategy and action set in the STAR TREK: The Next Generation era. Players take control of Federation, Klingon, Romulan, Cardassian, Dominion, and Breen forces and lead them in a campaign to control the galaxy, one planet at a time. Players must build and manage their growing empires in turn-based strategy, and then engage in all out starship combat in real-time action

Strategically, players must effectively manage their limited resources to expand their empire.Players can decide how to best achieve objectives by managing fleets, admirals, building support structures, researching technology and engaging enemies in combat. Once battle is initiated, the game switches to a ship level tactical view allowing players to take direct command of their ships and engage in real-time combat.


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I must say I'm rather surprised to see all the negativity being thrown in the direction of this budget title, particularly when it's leaps and bounds ahead of the awful Legacy.

What you have here is a hybrid between a lite-strategy and a top down action combat game. You choose one of 6 races, each with their own specific characteristics, special weapons and territory, then attempt to conquer the galaxy. Research can be performed to upgrade the stats of your ship and your fleet admirals can level up as they win battles. Mining installations earn credits which can be spent on constructing 3 classes of ship (destroyer, cruiser, dreadnought).

The strategy comes into play in choosing which territories on the galactic map to attack with your limited fleet resources. Generally speaking, static defenses will be overwhelmed by a reasonably sized fleet, so if you go gallavanting off and leave your territory undefended, you can expect to lose it very quickly. The use of special weapons which have a variety of different effects also adds a layer of strategy. The combat is quite similar to Star Trek Encounters, though a little more refined. Consider an arcadey version of Starfleet Command and you'll be pretty close. It's a frantic but reasonably tactical affair that won't blow your socks off, but is none the less enjoyable.

It's a little shallow and the production values are strictly budget, featuring mediocre graphics and dubious (but blissfully infrequent) voice-acting. It is however, distinctly Star Trek and not a bad game in and of itself. Just don't go in expecting a Triple A title and you should get a good few hours of enjoyment out of it. I would question the credibility of previous reviewers who have claimed the game has no longevity. There are 6 races in the game and they all play distinctly differently, so I would suggest that the game bears multiple playthroughs, with each taking several hours to complete.
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I don't believe that this game is as bad as the previous reviewer states, it is a bit repetitive, and even on Hard, once you've won with one race, you can use the same tactics to win them all. It's a bit like Birth of the Federation, but not as good. However, for the 1st Star Trek game for the PS2 in a while, it'll do fine for a few days of fun.
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This game is probably underated. The graphics are great for the console and give clear images.
The campaign can get slightly predicatable, yet the way to mix up which factions are in the campaign can help to tip the balance in your favour. The Dominion are probably the best faction!
I found that sometimes the way to upgrade the bases took time and could be annoying if you are in trouble.
The gameplay can eventually get predictable onve you figure out how to easily defeat the enemies makes the game easy. Still a great game!
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You can play this purely as a conquest sim (as the battles are disappointing). The sim however is compelling, even tho the concept is simple and the variables are not huge. You defend your homeworld, gain systems for resources and build armadas to go and wipe out opposion, this form of the game shouldn't work so well but does and makes up for the arcade mode.
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Despite being around for more than four decades, Star Trek has always had an irrefutable geeky-ness about it. Perhaps the Klingon conventions are partly to blame, or maybe it's just that Star Trek focuses largely on different sentient species and their politics (not cool) vs. Star Wars' spaceships, warriors and battles (cool).

Star Trek: Conquest is the latest in a long line of videogames based on Gene Roddenberry's famous franchise. It is a Real-Time Strategy game based in The Next Generation/Deep Space Nine era which conjures a war between the series' major races and lets them battle for galactic supremacy. You pick a race from one of six (human, Romulan, Klingon, etc), and you must take over the galaxy, build resources and eradicate your opponents one step at a time.

The gameplay takes two forms - first and foremost is the Galactic Map, where you build your empire, supervise your fleets and micro-manage systems in your control. The second part is the arcade screen (also known as Skirmish), where you go into battle against opponents and control your ship as you lay waste to enemy fleets and installations.

You will lead up to three fleets across the Galactic Map, invading, overcoming and taking control of neutral and enemy sectors. Each time you move a fleet (each of up to seven ships) into an enemy's area, you are given information about the foes in this region and the option for instant battle (which instantly decides the victor of the exchange), sim battle (which shows a brief on-screen conflict where you can deploy a few minor tactics), arcade battle (where you physically control your ships in the fight) and retreat.
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