To boldly go where no man has gone before – if there’s ever been a better reason to use virtual reality (VR) I haven’t heard it, and with Star Trek: Bridge Crew, there’s just one more reason to jump into the virtual world – and in our latest gameplay video, Pete shows us around the bridge.
In Star Trek: Bridge Crew, Red Storm Entertainment allow us to commandeer the USS Aegis or the USS Enterprise NCC-1701 in virtual reality, with the full bridge and crew intact. For a more satisfying – or potentially much geekier – experience, you can play with friends and take different roles on board the ship.
We reviewed Star Trek: Bridge Crew and really enjoyed the chance to jump into the Captain’s chair, saying; “While Star Trek: Bridge Crew definitely appeals to the core fan base – Ubisoft has added the original USS Enterprise in there as well – non-Star Trek fans of the franchise will also find something to like about the title, especially with a few mates playing. The production values are top notch making Star Trek: Bridge Crew one of those rare VR experiences that feels like a AAA title, and likely part of most VR gamers’ collections.”
Below Pete shows us the cockpit and the controls of the ship while exploring deep space – Star Trek: Bridge Crew, for many Trekkies, is a dream game. For news on the latest geek dreams that are coming true, make sure to keep reading VRFocus.