STAR TREK: LEGACY is an epic game of Starfleet combat spanning the entire Star Trek Universe, featuring all the ships from every episode, every film. Players become the Admiral of a task force of warships and must lead their fleet to victory in large-scale battles complete with stunning visuals and special effects.

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As the Admiral of the Fleet you choose the ships, equipment, and captains that you will lead into battle. The game is designed to provide dramatic large-scale battles with easy-to use controls.

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About Aftermath: Battalia Requiem with 3 comments by tjoz on Jan 6th, 2011

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With the second dev cycle now officially finished, Battalia Requiem is getting close to its first full beta stage and closer to its actual release. The second dev cycle was a little quieter than the first one as it covered the holiday periods and generally the last few weeks of the year are usually pretty busy. New concepts were brought forward and work begun on existing concepts first shown in the first dev cycle.

There were very little changes made to the AM game engine during this cycle. Apart from a few adjustments to the glow and gamma settings not much work went into the engine as I am getting closer to a final version of the AM engine. At this stage the engine is getting towards its final stages; any further work to be made to the engine will result from extensive stress testing. The AM engine itself has been in development for around 16 months of heavy changes and extensive testing so the next couple dev cycles should see the completion of the AM engine.

Berratta Verge System: Esio

The Berratta Verge saw the next four systems officially announced. The systems that made final release are Esio, Hysan Rift, Nullabyron and Whyr Garraan. With half the Berratta Verge now officially announced, the remaining eight systems will all be announced during the third dev cycle. Once the entire locale has been created then the mode specific versions will be created. With the entire game locale all being present in each and every mode it enhances the story telling elements of the final product. Although all the systems will be finalized in the next dev cycle; all the systems are not in their final form. At the moment the systems are in their ‘bare bones' state. In total to date, there have been just under twenty maps created for Battalia Requiem and only eight have made the official release. While some maps are purely test maps, others have been full fledged systems. The full fledged systems that don't make the grade will be released throughout development.

The next part that has slowly taken shape is the new interface; both the main GUI and the in-game interface. The entire interface will differ greatly from all previous Aftermath releases and other mod offerings within Legacy. The main GUI is being developed as a ‘structure-less' menu system; with no clear buttons it has a very minimal look. As there is no need for an over-the-top interface system; the whole interface is being kept simple yet effective. This also improves interface transitions and performance. The in-game interface is currently undergoing potential new layout configurations and new concepts are being developed to maximize feel during gameplay. The new interface (both main GUI and in-game) should be finalized in the fourth dev cycle.

Berratta Verge System: Hysan Rfit

With all other areas progressing at a steady pace, one area which has been less positive has been the Star Trek components of Battalia Requiem. As Battalia Requiem is the first release to exist within the Aftermath universe, there has been a lot of difficulty in getting Star Trek to fit inside the Aftermath universe. The original concept for Battalia Requiem was to be everyone's first look into Aftermath as a new IP. During this concept there was no use of Star Trek assets. Over the last year there has been growing difficulty in changing the ST assets over to AM assets without completely alienating them in the process. As the ST assets people know for over 40 years and to turn them into something different without alienating them is difficult. The storyline that was developed to tie Star Trek to Aftermath would have alienated the entire Star Trek fanbase and broke away from the traditional feel-good story lines that the fanbase are used to seeing (aka good guy beats impossible odds against hell-bent enemy). The story line was the one for the cancelled Aftermath 3.0 release with AM assets being introduced throughout (such as the Arbitor and Mynnon races) as the Star Trek races were basically in apocalyptic mode. Apart from the story line, there was great difficulty in turning the existing ST races into AM assets; the ships were simply not working out. Around mid December all work on the ST assets stopped. Unfortunately, all the ST assets will not make the release. Battalia Requiem will release with no Star Trek content. It will stand completely on its own.

Berratta Verge System: Nullabyron

With development of the AM assets going from strength to strength and development of the ST assets going nowhere; the decision was made to drop all Star Trek assets from Battalia Requiem and go ahead with the original plan of having Battalia Requiem exist entirely within the Aftermath Universe. The ST assets just would not work with the final outcome. Having spent over a year working on the ST assets and to have them dropped from the product does suck as that was a good 12months of work down the drain. That time could have gone into developing the AM assets further.

At this stage I will not put in concrete when Battalia Requiem will be released. There is every chance it still can make a 2011 release but I won't push for it but realistically you're looking at another year of development. There is no team building the release; it's all one person so far. Battalia Requiem will be released when its ready. Currently three races will debut in the first Aftermath universe release with each one being announced when the time comes. Unlike Legacy, Battalia Requiem won't have a need for era's so building the AM races won't take as long as expected.

Concept artwork for the new races will appear throughout dev cycle three and beyond. In the meantime, footage of the ST assets will continue as placeholder content.

Berratta Verge System: Whyr Garaan

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tjoz
tjoz Feb 11 2010, 5:02am says:

Some new downloads will be put up for Legacy over the coming month; one being an unoffical add-on to the game (for stock installs only)

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sgtmyers88
sgtmyers88 Jan 24 2010, 6:37pm says:

I love this game! But ever since I upgraded my old burned up nVidia 7300 GT card to my new 8400 GS I cannot play it and I am P****D! The screen just goes black or freezes on the load screen. On the 7300 GT I could play on max graphics smoothly, and both cards are using 512 MB video integrated RAM but yet the newer GPU is not rendering it past the menu/load screens. The main support site says FX series and higher which was very vague. :/ I need help.

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tjoz
tjoz Jan 30 2010, 5:12am replied:

I had similar problem when I upgraded video card and fixed it by updating the drivers and making sure my screen resolution matched the video card settings. When it goes black, does it crash? (that error message box)

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sgtmyers88
sgtmyers88 Feb 20 2010, 6:26pm replied:

Well, I just bought a nVidia 9500GT with 1GB of RAM. Works great on max details now just as I could with my 7300GT card! Avoid the 8 series nVidia cards for this game I guess.

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Gen.Kenobi
Gen.Kenobi Dec 13 2008, 7:26am says:

Is there a demo? Where i can find it?

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tjoz
tjoz Sep 16 2008, 5:16am says:

Aftermath guys here, we have just put up our latest release, Aftermath 2.0. Enjoy it everyone

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djniallc
djniallc Sep 15 2008, 7:36am says:

great game.... gotta upgrade my pc to before i can appreciate it fully though... 3 great mods too... ultimate universe, aftermath and trek battles :)

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gdata
gdata Aug 26 2008, 8:50am says:

We added Trek Battles 2.

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xlucidx
xlucidx Aug 14 2008, 6:57pm says:

Are there any mods that make this game NOT suck? :p

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CMDBob
CMDBob Mar 22 2008, 5:05am says:

I just realised, MadDoc used the Star Trek: Armada 2 engine. RTS_CFG.h, odf folder, stuff like that. Cheapass, but funny.

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