Star Trek Birth Of The Federation (PC) Reviews
Product Type: Activision PC games
Description:Depending on which alliance the player chooses to take control of, they will have different abilities: the Federation is an all rounder, Feregi excel at trading and economics Klingons have combat bonuses and Romulans have espionage. Take chosen empire from ... more
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Pages: 240, Paperback, Brady Publishing
Last Update 03.12.2013 13:31
Customer Star Trek Birth Of The Federation (PC) Reviews (3)
by - written on 03/11/05 (Useful, 124 readings)
Now this is how an empire-building game should be made, while concentrating on the empire rather than the combat you control how your planets are managed and how to expand your reach by either negotiation, combat or stealth. Each of the five empires (Federation, Ferengi, Cardassian, Klingon and Romulan) have their own unique flavours with different events having either positive or negative affects on your populations morale depending on which empire you are playing as. For example the Federation are pacifists prefering peace treaties to warfare and so if you make peace with another race your morale will increase across the empire while declaring war will cause ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/06/02, updated on 24/09/04 (Very useful, 578 readings)
When I first read the review of this game, I wanted it. I wanted it because i'm a trekkie and I like star trek games. When I got home I played the game all day. I continued playing it a lot for months, until I thought I had beaten all aspects of the game. But surprise surprise, a few months later I picked it up and started to play again nad i'm still playing it now. Its slimply that good a game! However, I can't end there. The game itself is a mixture of strategy and action. The idea is to colonise all the galaxy with a race of your choice. Or (yes there are two ways to win) you can play on vendetta mode which means you have to eliminate two other ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/01, updated on 24/09/04 (Very useful, 167 readings)
If you want to hold the vast Star Trek galaxy in your hands, you couldnt do any harm by purchasing a copy of Star Trek BOF. The game follows the same format of all the strategy space simulations on the market but this one has much depth and detail, so much infact that I would need hours to talk about it all! Star Trek BOF was made by the creators of Civilisation II and Orion II and so you can expect a good quality product for your money. The game starts with the options you want to turn on in the game itself, for example, you may want to involve lots of minor alien species in the game or you can turn them off to make the game a little less ... Read the complete review
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