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Star Trek: Legacy Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Game Description:Forget seeking out new life and exploring strange new worlds. Star Trek: Legacy is all about battles as you boldly blast your way through the entire Star Trek universe! Take command of Starfleet, concoct a battle strategy, and test your tactics in real-time combat set in dynamic, 3D space environments. Legacy draws from every Star Trek series, including Next Generation, Voyager, Deep Space Nine, Enterprise, and the original series. Fight Star Trek's most storied battles in single player. Lead Federation, Klingon, Borg, or Romulan fleets in massive multi-player campaigns. Victories bring Command Points, which you can use to customize your fleet and captains. Beam us up!
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