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Title : Star Trek: Shattered Universe
Developer : Starsphere Interactive, Inc.
Publisher : TDK Mediactive
Certificate : E
Platforms : Play Station 2, Xbox
Year : 2004
Rating : 3.1250 for 8 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Adm Braden Rating : 5
Review : "I do not care if they are pumpkins, launch everything we have" And thats the cue, you are now the pilot of a Federation Fighter onboard the ISS Excelsior, your job, to help attack the ISS Enterprise. This game is nice for the PS2, definatly not a PC game, the fact that you are flying a Fighter in the Movie era is a bit annoying to some fans, although a little factoid, the Imperial Wraith from this game becomes the Starfleet Command I and II Federation Fighter (I wonder if the Excelsior crew kept that one fighter for starfleet to copy...)
Reviewer : Trek 17 Rating : 4
Review : This was a reasonably good game, despite the fact that I am not at all a fan of the mirror universe.
Reviewer : ThomasJBryant Rating : 2
Review : Some technical nits to grate the nerves and another re-use of the Mirror Universe gives this an overall "fair" feeling to me. A multiplayer skirmish or head-to-head option would have been great. I play this on the PS2; I do not wholeheartedly recommend this game, but do enourage others to try it at least once.
Reviewer : admcopperhead@yahoo.com Rating : 4
Review : A reasonably good game, with a re-used, but not totally old-hat, storyline. A multi-player co-op mode could have helped the gameplay somewhat.
Reviewer : ChakatBlackstar Rating : 0
Review : I have played many Star Trek games, and I've played many fighter sims(both sci-fi and realistic) but I've never played a game this bad in either genres before. The controls are difficult to learn and even when you learn the controls you'll soon realize you do more button mashing then playing. Accuracy requires real skill or a lot of luck, when fighting other starfighters. Most of your time is spent finding the blind spot of capital ships and staying there and firing all your weapons until the enemy ship is destroyed. The only good thing about this game is the graphics and damage textures, but that is no where good enough to save this game. By the fourth mission you will give up on the game or be given an award for the most time to waste ever.
Reviewer : Merlin Rating : 3
Review : Aw, it could have been so good. As it is, it's merely mediocre. The controls are unresponsive and the scaling leaves a lot to be desired. Enemy fighters are too weak, enemy capital ships too strong. There are a couple of clever things: destroy an enemy capital ship and you get ten seconds to get out of the blast radius of the warp core breach, and the graphics are impressive. Too bad the game itself fails to really grasp your interest.
Reviewer : Pulpytine Rating : 4
Review : A good game. I'd recommend it to any avid Star Trek fan, but not any casual fan or casual game player. Missions are a little redundant, but still entertaining, Assassin's Creed-style.
Reviewer : David Hargreaves Rating : 3
Review : When I fisrt saw this on the Star Trek website i was intrigued. I then went and bought it after reading what it was actually about. My only complaint with it is it gets a bit repetative after about three or four missions.
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