Star Trek: Bridge Commander Extreme 3D System [PC Game]
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Wear these lightweight, comfortable 3D glasses make images appear to float in front of the screen Master complex maneuvers in
exciting 3D combat Command a variety of offensive and defensive scenarios in exciting virtual reality The glasses and software
plug right into your PC and create the most amazing game experience you've ever seen! NOTE - Requires CRT monitor... More and
NVIDIA graphics accelerator, Microsoft® Windows® 95 / 98 / 98SE / ME / 2000 / XP I ESRB Rating: E for Everyone.
System Requirements:
3D Hardware Accelerator (with 16MB VRAM)
US version of Microsoft® Windows® 95 OSR2/98/ME/2000/XP operating system
Pentium® II 300Mhz processor (Pentium® II 450Mhz processor recommended) or Athlon® processor
650 MB of uncompressed hard disk space for game files; plus an additional 100 MB for Windows® swap file
100% Windows® 95/98/ME/2000/XP compatible computer system (including compatible 32-bit drivers for CD-ROM drive, video
card, sound card and input devices.)
DirectX® 8.0a or higher (included)
100% DirectX® compatible 16MB video card and drivers
100% DirectX® 8.0a or higher compatible sound card and drivers
Quad Speed CD-ROM drive (600 K/sec sustained transfer rate)
100% Microsoft®-compatible mouse, keyboard
Platform: IBM PC Compatible
Publisher: Activision, Inc.
Release Date: February 27, 2002
Developer: Totally Games
Genre: Simulation
UPC: 047875322196
Media: CD-ROM
Rating: ESRB: E (Everyone)
System Requirements: Microsoft® Windows® 98 / Me / 2000 / XP I
Developed by: Totally Games - Activision (2002) - Space Combat Simulation - Rated: Everyone

Step into the boots of a Starfleet officer taking command for the first time -- in the sink-or-swim circumstances of a disaster in
deep space. A sun erupts unexpectedly, damaging the player's ship and killing the captain. As the next ranking officer, the player
takes the command chair and the mission of discovering the cause of the deadly blast. Through investigation of the strange stellar
explosion, the fledgling captain is drawn into an epic plot involving the Cardassians, the Klingons, and perhaps even the Romulans.
Forces behind this unexplained "accident" may threaten the foundations of the Federation itself.

The game offers a first-person perspective from the captain's chair for a useful view of the 3D bridge and its officers. As in the
television shows and movies, the bridge crew is well trained to report pertinent information and await orders. Star Trek: Bridge
Commander is designed for compatibility with many contemporary voice-control peripherals, allowing the hardware-equipped
player to issue commands by speaking them. The game's story was developed with the help of D.C. Fontana, who wrote four
episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation and served as an associate producer for the series.

From the Manufacturer: Bridge Commander takes place in the Star Trek: The Next Generation universe, and the player will be
thrust into the role of Captain in and have the ability to command the most powerful starships in the Federation, such as the
U.S.S. Sovereign. Players will control their ship via a three-dimensional bridge, but will have the option to switch to an external
tactical view for firefights. Including the introduction of a new race, Bridge Commander's story will develop over eight episodes
and over thirty missions featuring such popular races as the Romulans, Klingons, and Cardassians.

Special Features: Being the captain of a starship and your crew; navigate maneuvers, give orders, and manage individual stations;
React to a host of offensive and defensive scenarios; More than 30 different missions,

Warnings: Realistic Violence
Star Trek®: Bridge Commander™ Extreme 3D System
Star Trek®: Bridge Commander™ Extreme 3D System (PC Games, 2002)
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