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Star Trek: Bridge Commander (Windows)

78
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100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
3.9
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5 point score based on user ratings.

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Back of Box (U.S./Canada):
    Command the bridge like never before.

    You are the Captain
    Command from the captain's chair, interacting with your 3-D crew and overseeing the bridge from a first-person perspective. Prepare to face the consequences of your decisions as you issue orders affecting the course of the game.

    You have the Bridge
    Take responsibility for the fate of your ship and crew, directing maneuvers, giving orders and managing individual stations. Your crew members call out pertinent information on the ship's status and wait for your response.

    You are in Control
    Take charge in a host of offensive and defensive scenarios. Master many complex maneuvers as you take the hem in combat, exploration, stealth and search and rescue missions.

    Witness Real-Time Damage
    Endure the threat of annihilation as objects collide and your ship sustains and inflicts real-time damage in the heat of battle.

    Featuring D.C. Fontana
    Author of 10 classic, original Star Trek series episodes, D.C. Fontana contributed her sci-fi expertise as a script writer/editor and consultant. Fontana has also written 4 episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation, and served as associate producer for that series.

    Voice-Activated Technology
    Star Trek: Bridge Commander is compatible with the latest voice-activated technology. This option allows you to verbally issue commands to your crew without the use of a keyboard or mouse, bringing the experience of commanding the bridge to life.

    Contributed by JPaterson (9146) on Mar 24, 2002.