Star Trek: Bridge Crew
Top Critic Average
I love this game. I really, truly love it. It's the realisation of a genuine fantasy, and, as I said at the start of the review, this is the kind of completely immersive experience that is exclusive to VR that makes for the most compelling argument for the technology.
Delivering on the dream of a Star Trek VR experience, Star Trek: Bridge Crew is a fantastic new game for anyone with a VR setup. You might want more, but what is available will put a smile on your face and keep it there for hours.
A dream game for Star Trek fans and a fantastic game for anyone looking for a co-op VR experience.
Perhaps the most remarkable thing about Star Trek: Bridge Crew is that it's a VR experience that encourages repeat play.
Star Trek: Bridge Crew is a Trek fan’s dream – the chance to gather your friends and man the bridge of a starship together. Even non-Trek fans will be able to extract a lot of enjoyment out of the game, thanks to its intuitive gameplay mechanics and helpful tutorials.
The magic of Star Trek isn't the ship, but in the crew, and Star Trek: Bridge Crew nails that mechanic perfectly. What might otherwise appear as a cold and stationary experience becomes amazing when played with friends. While the campaign isn't as long as we were hoping, the ongoing voyages provide enough randomization to keep us busy. As I push the wobbly AI out of the airlock, allow me to heartily recommend Star Trek: Bridge Crew — it's downright “fascinating”.
Star Trek: Bridge Crew feels like the next step for cooperative gaming.
A thrilling, authentic recreation of Star Trek that brings out the team player in everyone. Just a shame it's such a pain to set-up.
Even if you're not a Star Trek fan this is still a game worth considering, especially if you're after a social virtual reality experience. Just try not to become a redshirt.
Ubisoft's sci-fi VR adventure is a highly detailed – and very enjoyable – simulation of life on the command deck of a Federation starship