Trevor Sorensen's Star Legions
DOS - 1992
Description of Trevor Sorensen's Star Legions
Designed as a spin-off of Star Fleet 2 by Trevor Sorensen, designer of Interstel's classics Star Fleet 1 and 2, Star Legions is set in the same Krellan universe-- but unfortunately legal complications forced the designers to rename the game to this obscure name. It's still a great and complex space wargame, with an even broader scope as you can now control tactical strikes on the planets' surface. Lead the Krellan to victory in an all-out attack. Highly recommended, especially to Star Fleet fans.
Note: Dr. Trevor Sorensen, author of the game, has kindly provided additional information as follows: "Star Legions was never intended as Star Fleet 3. [It] was a spin-off of Star Fleet 2 and was to provide an interim product until SF3 could be completed. The basic premise of Star Legions, i.e., controlling planetary assaults and invasions, was a module of Star Fleet 2. Star Legions just improved upon the concept and made it a stand-alone game, but otherwise it was basically the same."
Review By HOTUD
Captures and Snapshots
Comments and reviews
Greenscreen 2011-04-02 1 point DOS version
I loved the concept behind this game--planetary invasion from entering orbit, defeating defense canons and shields to launching drop ships and slogging it out on the ground simultaneously in dozens of drop zones on a planet. I think it's the only strategy game to really tackle invading a planet that made one feel like they were invading a planet.
Its weakness was that there were no real variations in scenarios.
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