Star Trek: Legacy & Star Trek: Tactical Assault

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I bring news to the galaxy via an e-mail sent in - two new Star trek Games, and these to be for Consoles, Handhelds, and PC's. [quote]Bethesda Softworks today announced it has secured the rights from CBS Consumer Products to publish a series of Star Trek games on all gaming consoles, handhelds and PCs. Bethesda has two titles slated for release this year to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the epic series – Star Trek: Legacy for Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and PC, and Star Trek: Tactical Assault for Nintendo DS and Sony PSP (PlayStation Portable). Bethesda’s rights cover the entire Star Trek series and are exclusive to all consoles, handhelds, and the PC.[/quote]
[quote]Star Trek: Legacy places you in the role of the Admiral of a task force of warships, which you control in small and large-scale battles. Test your strategic and tactical skills in real-time combat featuring authentic spaceships, full damage modeling, and spectacular visual effects. The storyline in Legacy spans the entire Star Trek Universe, including the Original Series, Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterprise eras. Star Trek: Legacy will be released on Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and PC this September.[/quote]Now this my friends is brilliant news! I've seen a screenshot of Legacy, and it looked nice (not brilliant, but for a game yet to be made / released, it beat Armada II). I'm also unsure on the type of games there are, Legacy is said to be a Strategy, though if anything like DS9: Dominion Wars, I can't personally see myself jumping at the chance to buy it.[quote]Taking advantage of next-generation consoles, Star Trek: Legacy features dynamic three-dimensional battlefields with graphically stunning space environments filled with fully realized nebulas, wormholes, planets, and stars. With full multiplayer support, you will be able to choose from small-scale engagements to all-out war involving multiple star systems in addition to tracking stats and player rankings. Star Trek: Legacy is being developed at the studios of Mad Doc Software, creators of the highly successful and critically acclaimed Star Trek Armada II. “Being able to work with the entire universe of this beloved series is an incredibly exciting opportunity for us,” said Todd Vaughn, vice president of development for Bethesda Softworks. “We have some great ideas about where we want to go with this license and having the exclusive right to develop and publish Star Trek games across all platforms ensures that every Star Trek game will be a quality game worthy of its name.”[/quote]They mentioned Armada II WOOT!! :p I believe this game is going to be a sort of cross between SFC, BC & Dominion Wars - Still, by what they say it will be good graphical wise, lets hope they don't dissapoint ;)
[quote]Star Trek: Tactical Assault, in development for handheld gaming systems, features real-time spaceship combat from the universe of the original Star Trek series. With a wide array of authentic Star Trek races, ships, and weaponry, you can engage in single-player battle through either the Federation or Klingon campaigns or in head-to-head wireless multiplayer combat. Star Trek: Tactical Assault is being developed in the studios of Quicksilver Software, creators of the highly popular Star Trek: Starfleet Command. Both the Federation and Klingon campaign modes feature real-time combat with branching missions and multiple outcomes. With a multitude of paths to choose from, you will decide the ultimate outcome of your campaign. Wireless multiplayer mode allows you to test your skills and tactical maneuvers against those of your friends. Successful gameplay relies on strategic movement and effective use of a ship’s weapons and shields. Star Trek: Tactical Assault is slated for release on Nintendo DS and PSP this September.[/quote]Another neat game by the sounds of it, however for the consols (which I have neither of). Still, will make an excellent game ;)
About Bethesda Softworks Headquartered in Rockville, MD, Bethesda Softworks LLC, a subsidiary of ZeniMax Media Inc, is a premier developer and publisher of interactive entertainment software and has produced numerous award-winning titles, most recently with the 2002 PC and Xbox Game of the Year and RPG of the Year, The Elder Scrolls III: Morrrowind. Among Bethesda’s more popular franchises are The Elder Scrolls series and Fallout, as well as its licensed properties, Pirates of the Caribbean and Star Trek. Its product line spans the sports, racing, RPG, strategy, and action genres. For more information on Bethesda Softworks’ products, visit www.bethsoft.com

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