Conquest puts you in control of your preferred race, whether it's the Federation, Klingon, Romulan, Cardassian, Dominion or Breen. You then set out to take control of the galaxy, one planet at a time. Don't know what the Prime Directive would make of that.
A strategy game at heart, you'll view the big picture on a map showing your fleet. Once battle begins, it switches to a view of your ship where you can input commands in real-time using the Wiimote.
As a non-RTS fan it's hard to get excited about this one. It's a budget game as well, supposedly retailing at $29.99.
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