Star Trek (PC DVD)
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- Platform: Windows 7 / XP / 2000 / NT / 98
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Platform: PC DVD
The award-winning Star Trek game casts players for the first time ever as Kirk and Spock in a totally original co-op experience worthy of gamers and fans!
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Top Customer Reviews
I went in with an open mind, despite having read many not-so-great reviews.
I am a fan of the recent 'Star Trek' reboot, and thought this game would be fun to play - and it was... in the beginning.
The game itself just feels very... dated. The graphics are okay and it's great to have the movie's cast involved. However, I found myself getting stuck on various levels - not because I couldn't figure out what to do or where to go, but because the character I was playing simply couldn't perform!
For example; in one scenario, you're in a shuttle bay and you have to jump over a broken walkway. Despite trying to jump this gap numerous, *numerous* times, my character always fell to his death! He just wouldn't (or couldn't) jump far enough.
I read numerous walkthrough's and guides - and all noted that jumping over this gap was the correct way to go to complete the level. But it was as if a glitch in the game meant that the character constantly failed to make it.
At that point, which I'm guessing was about 40% into the game, I simply gave up and I haven't played it since. It was just the final straw after numerous issues.
I really wish this game had delivered, as the source material is pure gold. However, it feels rushed and in turn, is a real let down.
For a full rundown on the scam that Paramount have done go to utoob and look for Star Trek Angry Joe's rant.
Annoying when you have to pair up with a AI.
Annoying bugs with bar/wall climbing.
Love Star trek so this was a slight disappointment after a long wait for what should of been an excellent game.
Graphics are good. And it is visually pleasing. Fix the bugs and it will be much better.
My immediate impression was that the game was very old. The graphics were okay but looked very dated.
There is a choice between playing as Kirk or Spock. As far as I can see, apart from controlling a different character and some minor dialogue differences, there is no difference in the gamplay.
There are collectables that can be found by using the tricorder, However, I mostly forgot to use it. There are various alien weapons to use but they all seemed very similar.
The game is very linear. It's a series of puzzles and switches punctuated by a bit of mild combat. There are context commands but they are often hard to find unless you are standing in precisely the right spot. The corridors are so similar, it's easy to get lost or find you have inadvertently retraced your steps.
I have given up for now. Maybe I'll finish another day. It was a total rip-off as a full price game. However Star Trek fans may find it worth having as a budget game.
The graphics are very realistic in terms of Kirk, Spock and all the other actors. When it comes to generic models or "extras" they are poorly created and rushed. The environments are generally well done but at times a bit clumsy. The best part in terms of visuals is the space battle where you get to control the enterprise - very cool and nice to see in 1080p with full effects and visuals.
This is were the game falls down BADLY. At times it demonstrates great potential for a good cover and shoot type game, but some side quests or mini quests for unlocking doors are poor. At times you will be looking around for a few minute trying to figure out what you are supposed to do or you missed something. Overall it lacks that polished feel you get with AAA rated games - clunky and hard to move. The ducking behind cover was especially frustrating for me when you are trying to roll away from a huge Gorn beast running at you. It doesn't feel like it was properly tested or given appropriate feedback from testers.
The story is really what keeps us Star Trek fanatics going and it is a delight to get some more story following on from the first J.J. Abrams movie in 2009. I won't give away any ideas but it is quite nostalgic and engrossing at times.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
One has to create an account before the game can be played.Published 2 months ago by Mr Steve Williams
One question to nearly all the the reviews about this game, why did u all buy it then, if u think it's rubbish, It's just a game. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jake Millward
i like the game but it can be hard to control at times i would give it 72 out of a 100 i wonder if a gaming machine would be have better controlsPublished 6 months ago by john craig
It was alright to begin with but it got a bit too repetitive, I still haven't finished it because I got bored.Published 12 months ago by Martin
It's just like most other Star Trek games, silly running around, shooting, solving little puzzles.
I recommend ya play this with another person as 1 player is annoying.