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0a6e72 No.89

Favorite Star Trek (or Star Trek knockoff) game?

35d61b No.92

Birth of the Federation could use a Death to the Federation mod, since four of the playable factions aren't the Federation, and mostly want to kill it. I think most of the minor races feel likewise.

0a6e72 No.97

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>Birth of the Federation could use a Death to the Federation mod

1. Ferrengi decide they aren't making enough profit because of Fed's commie-pinko ways

2. Trick Federation into accepting Jem'Haddar refugees by playing on their feels

3. When saturation of Fed worlds is complete, give the signal to unleash scaly hell

4. Sell Ketracel White at extreme mark-up

5. Profit

9ecd4c No.465


Everyone wants to kill the federation, the feds can't keep their noses out of other peoples shit.

0a6e72 No.467


Gotta admit, it would be fun if you could tear down the Feds during certain moments in future history.

be99fb No.478

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Star Trek Armada. Me and my friend played that nearly every day for a whole summer.

64e948 No.479

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0a6e72 No.498


Time to invite him here.

0a6e72 No.695

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I enjoyed ST:TNG - Echoes From The Past for the Sega Genesis… right up until I hit that fucking platform puzzle from hell. This was pre-internet, so I was stuck on that bastard for months.

d404a6 No.713

I've always liked the Elite Force games, especially the Voyager one. Also the Star Trek mod for Homeworld is pretty fun.

64e948 No.727


this reminds me of the tng game for the snes, which was sorta cool until you got halfway in and then got insanely punishing.

iirc the ship took successive damage each battle, and repaired itself slowly but only when you were in combat. so eventually you were just doomed.

64e948 No.728

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hm, no mention of bridge commander?

dc fontana actually wrote some of the story for it.

it was a good game to get stoned and watch the space battles, but other than that the gameplay was a little shallow. still, there were some really good moments.

0a6e72 No.729

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TNG for the original Gameboy nearly drove me bananas. One of the regular, repeating missions was to do an emergency beam up on a certain amount of crewmen before they got blown up. As always, O'Brien must suffer, because the fart-monglers kept running around the whole area instead of staying put (even though they weren't in immediate danger) necessitating frantically trying to keep a transporter lock on them. This means that nearly every ship of the line is chock full of panicky motherfuckers who instantly forget their training when their ships are on fire.


0a6e72 No.730


Man, models have come so far since then.

5a70ff No.952

Voyager: Elite Force, hands down.

b9b9eb No.1098


Mass Effect 2

0a9f1d No.1099


I've never played any of those games (which, considering how bad Andromeda was handled, appears to be a blessing). Is 2 like Star Trek?

4e0880 No.1121


Into Darkness maybe

Nah 2 is actually my favorite but none of them have a Trek vibe at all

7a95cd No.1122


knew a guy over the interwebs who hated mass effect because all the alien races seemed like star trek TNG cliches.

then again he also said the same thing about the covenant in halo 2. he liked TNG also so I dunno why he thought it was a problem.

0a9f1d No.1159


>knew a guy over the interwebs who hated mass effect because all the alien races seemed like star trek TNG cliches.

>then again he also said the same thing about the covenant in halo 2. he liked TNG also so I dunno why he thought it was a problem.

Probably because he felt TNG did it first and better, and that Bioware was churning out inferior copies.

d640d1 No.1457


Mass effect 1 varies between 6 and 7/10. You must play it first to really "get" why mass effect 2 was amazing

Mass effect 2 has an absolutely killer intro sequence that sucks you into the game and enough intrigue to keep you playing. Also for some reason triggered my autism something fierce in a very star trek kind of way.

Mass effect 3 was shit-tier and Poz Effect GRIDromeda was a fucking abomination. So play ME1 then ME2.

4dcda7 No.1476

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>Mass effect 3 was shit-tier and Poz Effect GRIDromeda was a fucking abomination.

My thinking at the time was "If those fuckers needed to make the ending three times, they just weren't capable of making an ending at all.

Thanks for the advice. I'll look for one and two and number three can go fuck itself.

4dcda7 No.1792

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I've been playing Starbound. It's Terraria meets Metroid with a pinch of Star Trek. I'm hooked by the bag on it. Planetary exploration with autistic mining and building and side-quests? Yes please! There are even elements of Animal Crossing in it, as you can collect fossils and display them, as well as bugs and fish.

I've had it three days and I've already put about 20 hours into it (and I've barely scratched the surface). Given my schedule, I've had to sacrifice sleep in order to play. I regret nothing, except for what all this coffee is going to do to my prostate.

You can choose between several different races, modding is not only allowed but encouraged, and… hell, there's probably all sorts of cool shit I haven't even come across, yet. Whenever I have money, again, I'm actually going to buy this one.

9857a4 No.1840

FTL's a real fun game. Probably the best kind of Star Trek game I can think of.

Apparently it was inspired by a BSG board game, so I guess it could be a BSG game too.

db8f6d No.1845


I guess someone should have mentioned FTL by now.

it's like a freeform bridge commander.

1317a5 No.1848

Sentient is another game startrek like game. It's fun. I should play it again. Basically you're the borg, but you haven't figured out how to assimilate people yet.


db8f6d No.1852

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as long as we are talking about games that remind me of star trek: SPAZ.

ok yea it's basically just a goofy top down game and the title stands for "space pirates and zombies" so you know it's not meant to be taken seriously. however, you get a persistent fleet to command, with an RPG system for advancing your tech, your gear, and your ship designs. there's a massive far flung campaign that can be played as a sandbox or as a story. it's also really just a shitload of fun.

there is also a sequel, and it's good, but the gameplay is very different since your main ship is all you get.

4dcda7 No.1865

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I downloaded a game, once, that was similar to Masters of Orion, only you weren't settling planets, just shipping legal goods and/or contraband from world to world, occasionally having to deal with pirates or aliens. The focus was on missions and improving your ship. Loved the hell out of it, then had to reinstall it due to some error. Then I realized that I hadn't kept the installer, and, worse, I'd forgotten what the name of the game was. I've gone looking for it, but I still haven't found it.

f8de12 No.1867


>I'd forgotten what the name of the game was

aye, I'm trying to recall one that's a top-down 2D tactical shooter massively multiplayer thing from like 20 years ago, it was a free thing on what I want to say think was "Sony game portal" or something similar. You could get tanks and shit and it was like 100 people to a server, and it was capture the flag from an alien planet base styled game. Probably doesn't exist anymore, but bugs me I don't remember what it was now.

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f8de12 No.1886

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>Sony Online Entertainment's PC portal Station.com



The defunct station.com was once a gaming portal, and the name of the game I was thinking of was Infantry Online.

The video is enough to make me pine for a Voodoo 3 graphics card again.

daedb0 No.2094

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EGAtrek and Visual Star Trek are graphical updates of the 70s unofficial Star Trek text strategy game. Visual is still my favorite Trek game: challenging and simple, and usually doesn't take more than half an hour or an hour.

72b19e No.2116

Stellaris with the "New Horizons" mod.

e7fddd No.2152

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My uncle had one of these in his house. Many late nights spent going back and forth with him, my dad and myself trying to beat each other's scores. Tons of fun, until the machine blew up. He also had a ToS Pinball machine which he had thoroughly mastered.

2fac61 No.2168

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>My uncle had one of these in his house.

I covet.

2fac61 No.2169



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