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  • Summary: All hands to battle stations. Get ready for a frenetic experience in an entirely new breed of Star Trek game: Star Trek: Shattered Universe. An intense, edgy, high-energy space-combat action game set in the dark mirror universe of Star Trek: The Original Series classic-era setting, the game challenges you to adapt to a new reality where the noble Federation is now an evil and relentless foe. Prepare to journey on a variety of missions featuring the most intense space-combat ever, where friends become enemies, enemies become allies and all the rules are broken. You must master the deadly art of fighter combat to survive the dangerous journey ahead. Expand
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  1. Positive: 0 out of 21
  2. Negative: 12 out of 21
  1. 66
    If you're looking for a playable version of the classic 1967 episode, “Mirror Mirror”, then Shattered Universe is the game for you. However, if you’re merely looking for a good time with the Star Trek Franchise then you would probably be better served to rent Star Trek IV on DVD.
  2. This game is aggressive and unstoppable in its mediocrity.
  3. Due to its overall poor design the game seems to of become nothing more then a mass of space shooting sequences.
  4. 46
    It contains nothing special and brings nothing new to the genre, meaning it falls below the other better Combat Flight Simulators out there.
  5. 39
    If your stupid game is as fun as watching a pet die, as attractive as an eight-legged dwarf, and as generally cool as getting your chest ruptured by an angered moose, it's bloody well not going to sell or be critically-freaking-acclaimed!
  6. It's just a bad game with crappy cinemas and more than enough frustrating moments to make you weep into your Romulan Ale. [Dec/Jan 2004, p.89]
  7. Simply a terrible game. Bad graphics, poor sound, lousy play mechanics, dull mission design, occasional crashes and no Captain Kirk combine to make this an adventure best left to the unknown.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 10
  2. Negative: 6 out of 10

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