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Star Trek™: Bridge Crew - PlayStation 4

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    • Star Trek™: Bridge Crew

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    93% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (266 out of 289)

    Product Details


    • Developer: Red Storm Entertainment
    • Publisher: Ubisoft
    • Platform: PlayStation 4
    • Genre: Action and Adventure
    • Release Date: 05/30/2017

    Synopsis


    Star Trek™: Bridge Crew, playable in both VR and non-VR, will immerse you in the Star Trek universe. As officers of the Federation, every action and decision you make together will determine the fate of your ship and crew.

    Features


    Playable in both VR and non-VR, serve as an officer with hand tracking with full-body avatars and lip-sync.

    Operate as a crew to make strategic decisions and coordinate actions as Captain, Helm, Tactical or Engineer.

    Take command of the unique U.S.S. Aegis, the first ship of her kind.

    Play on the original bridge of the legendary U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701.

    Join a shared galactic adventure where communication, trust, and close coordination are the keys to victory.



    Customer rating

    Rating 4.3 out of 5 stars with 289 reviews

    93%
    would recommend to a friend

    Pros

    Cons

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great game for trekkies and sci fi fans alike!

      Posted
      Gamer
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      There have always been sci fi fantasies me and my brother and friends had growing up. Piloting an Xwing against the death star, navigating the Defiant through the wormhole, taking the helm of the Galactica against a Cylon Basestar; and being a captain on the Starship Enterprise! Star Trek Bridge Commander gave us a great first taste but Bridge Crew takes it lightyears forward in VR. Graphics are nice even though I think they were toned down to keep framerates at tolerable levels. I don't have the PS4 Pro, so that maybe an issue but still very good. Only gripe so far is the tracking. I had to play with the camera and moved it from on top my tv to the table so that it could keep track of my move controllers. I don't know how you could enjoy this game without the move controllers since you basically play the game at a console the whole time. Would have been cool to be able to get up during downtimes and explore the starship, play games in the holodeck, meet with other players in the messhall or change outfits in your sleeping quarters. So far, the game has been fun though. Sometimes as captain, I would look at a crew member to send an order but it would highlight something else. Also, still figuring out when certain orders can be placed. One annoying issue is ordering AI helm to avoid mines while still proceeding to target. Thank goodness live players can understand to navigate around them or you can take over the helm for a period. All in all, a great Trek experience and at $10 less than most new games, it's a great buy!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Star Trek touchscreen simulator

      Posted
      Chris
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      Star Trek Bridge Crew promises the excitement of being on the bridge of a Star Trek spaceship. Turns out, performing the duties of a Federation officer is kind of boring. The game has recently been patched so you can play in non-VR mode. There are 4 distinct roles that you can play: helm, tactical, and engineering, and captain. Helm pilots the ship, although it's not really "piloting" so much as massaging a touchscreen to stay out of sensor range of Klingon ships. Tactical handles firing weapons and scanning. Again, a lot of booping buttons on the touchscreen panel, not particularly satisfying. Engineering moves power around to various systems as needed, e.g. away from engines to shields. Finally, captain orders everyone else around. I suppose it might be more fun in a group with online multiplayer, but I played it solo, which is primarily as captain with some micromanaging of stations as needed (helm in particular needs a lot of attention since the AI is a complete moron). The mission structure quickly became repetitive, and thankfully there are only 6 short missions before the campaign is over. While I appreciate the visual experience in VR, I have zero desire to keep playing after obtaining most of the trophies. Finally, a word of warning to physical disc collectors. This game has always-online DRM, meaning that even in single player mode you need to connect to online servers in order to play.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      True social VR experience

      Posted
      Heyhey
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      In this game you feel as if you are truly a team with three other people in space. You must work together to accomplish missions. Everyone has a role. There's a captain, engineer, tactical, and a helmsman. The game can be very fun when online if you get the right group of people with you. There are some weirdos on there that take Star Trek too seriously. For example, one guy was trying to speak Klingon. It's pretty cool and there is cross platform compatibility. This means some people are on the PlayStation four, while others are on the oculus rift, and other systems. I would give this game five stars if it had more missions. I'm sure they are working on it and if so, this game is absolutely amazing. Plane by her self gets really difficult when you're hopping back-and-forth between positions because AI is not the smartest. So if you're OK with talking to strangers, working together, and ignoring some of the weirdos, this game is great. it operates better in my opinion with the move controllers. You can use the gamepad but it's better when your hands are able to move freely. If you just want to play by yourself and beat missions it's OK. This game is truly for online play to get the most out of it.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Creative use of VR interface

      Posted
      MinnesotaWT
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      First I will disclose I am a lifetime fan of Star Trek. Knowing that would a fan of the show love this game? Definitely! Would someone who has never seen the shows or movies like it...probably not. The interface is creative as you assume the bodies of crewman at various stations in the ship and use the joysticks to control their arms. The more you play the faster you can move around, and it does become 2nd nature...this was un-expected and very creative. The graphics are good for the machines/ships, but the people are polygon like. Is it fun? For Star Trek folks yes as you are already trained by watching the movies to call a red alert and what phasers/photons are. Non fans probably not which I think is reflected in the reviews. Amazing to drop on the VR headset and feel like you are on the bridge of a ship...without leaving your living room.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Interesting and fairly engaging

      Posted
      Meeklog
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      I enjoyed playing the game, though I've only used the solo mission mode thus far. The training borders on tedium, but it moves quickly enough. Had some issues with the AI being stupid. When I went to analyze a ship, the pilot would fly into things like a moron. I had to constantly take control which is annoying when you want to sit in the big boy captain's chair. Oh well, if you want something done right... Still, the game has promise and I imagine it will get better with more time spent playing with others and as missions develop further. The graphics are OK. The people declaring that they are amazing are exaggerating. They are decent for VR, the experience is decent too, but nothing groundbreaking or amazing. Well, at least it didn't make me want to throw up.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      The feeble frontier

      Posted
      PunchAbove
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      Have you ever watched an episode of Star Trek and wondered what it would be like to do the most boring parts in real time? Well now's your chance. Jump online and you too can power up the ship's shields as socially awkward trekkies and drunk doofuses bark commands at you in their worst impressions of popular Star Trek characters you didn't know in the first place. Feel the thrill of pushing the engine throttle forward for the 9th time on the same mission you failed twice already because Captain DudeBro420's dad was clearly an admiral who got him past Starfleet's vetting process. With luck you'll get a good group of players on your crew that you can commiserate with about the cool things that should have been in this game, before agreeing to play something more fun.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Visually stunning.

      Posted
      John
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      Most likely the best VR game for Sony so far. I will admit, I like to solo play, so I don't have to hear from the 14 year olds. You can play online with others. I have not. In solo play, have patience, the AI, (specially helm) suffers from target fixation. After awhile, the draw back is, this game starts to feel like a demo, or unfinished. Don't get me wrong, it is well worth the money! For the smoothnes and the graphics alone. The old school Enterprise, different story. A tank, but clunky, and not user friendly. All in all, I would tell my friends, they should go out, and buy it.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Excellent game - Sucks you into the Star Trek Uni

      Posted
      VariousThings
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      This game is a lot of fun for the Playstation VR. You control one of four stations (Captain, Helmsman, Engineer, Tactician) each role does something different, but you must work in tandem to accomplish goals. Anyone that has played VR knows how silly games can get and this one is no different, I cannot count the number of times I've joined a game with others and started bursting out laughing as I listened and watched someone roleplay their job so successfully. If you're looking for a fun game to play with friends (crossplatform) this is it!

      I would recommend this to a friend


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