Sunday, December 17, 2006

Star Trek Legacy Ships for Xbox 360

From: Daily Game

Bethesda Softworks today shipped its new strategy/action game, STAR TREK: Legacy, for the Xbox 360. The game's Windows counterpart released last week.

STAR TREK: Legacy places gamers in the Admiral's chair as they command a hand-selected fleet of starships into battle. The single-player Federation campaign and multiplayer modes span the entire STAR TREK Universe, with more than 80 ships and four playable races (Federation, Romulan, Gorn or Borg).

The game features the voices of all five actors who portrayed the original captains: William Shatner, Patrick Stewart, Scott Bakula, Avery Brooks and Kate Mulgrew. In addition, Bethesda worked with acclaimed STAR TREK writer Dorothy "D.C." Fontana, and her writing partner, Derek Chester, to provide authentic storylines for STAR TREK: Legacy.

OMG!!! The voices from all of the captains! That sounds amazing. I wonder if the game will be any good. The last Star Trek game that I bought was Birth of a Federation. It was basically Sid Meier's Civilization in the Star Trek Universe. I enjoyed it but it only played on Windows 98. To bad they never released any new versions of that game. It was a really good one.

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