‘Star Trek: Bridge Crew’ Score Details “Pretending you’re a Starfleet officer in Star Trek: Bridge Crew is great, as long as you have a crew to back you up.” Well-realized virtual Star Trek setting Motion controls make for compelling, sometimes frantic gameplay Smart design ideas keep players working together Random missions and variety in gameplay roles help keep things interesting Cross-platform support and online matchmaking maximize the possibility of online play. Single-player is functional, but not as fun Mission stories could have more variety The best part of playing video games in virtual reality might be the way it encourages its users to pretend. Star Trek Bridge Crew, Ubisoft’s multiplayer-focused VR simulator, lets players step onto the bridge of the Enterprise and putting themselves in the same situations as Hikaru Sulu, Pavel Chekov, Montgomery Scott or James T. Kirk — and going places no one has gone before. The game facilitates great, childlike state of immersion, where you let yourself become a part of something you love, like Star Trek. The big upshot of Bridge Crew, though, isn’t pretending you live in the Star Trek utopia. It’s taking on that role as part of a group, with people who are… Read full this story
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