Star Trek: Alien Domain Review

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Shoved into the depths of fluidic space by a mysterious race of spacefaring creatures known only as Species 8472, you, along with your starship crew, are tasked with the monumental undertaking that is exploring, surviving, and eventually flourishing, in this brave new world. As captain of your starship, you will be given the opportunity to build your own home base replete with an array of customization options and skill trees meant to further diversify your playstyle from those around you.

As well as a home base, you will be also tasked with the mission of colonization. Each player is given the opportunity to take control of various barren planets, and in doing so, seed a colony of their very own on their hitherto vacant surfaces. But be warned – your colony will not be safe from the prying hands of your enemies. No – rather you will have to build defenses in order to keep your people safe, from player and computer enemies alike.

Space combat is an integral part of any Star Trek experience, and Star Trek: Alien Invasion is no outlier in that regard. As captain of your fleet, you are tasked with the decision of choosing the ships, formation, and active skills of your battle party, and setting them off into combat against members of the opposing faction.

Star Trek: Alien Invasion, while being a browser based game, is still able to retain much of the charm and mystique that has drawn generation after generation towards the franchise. From the lore friendly storyline, to the specific ship designations and officer titles, Star Trek: Alien Invasion manages to hit the nail on the head as far as immersion into the world is concerned. While the combat can feel at times a bit awkward, and the idea of microtransactions (which are present) can be daunting, for a true fan, this would be a hard title to miss.

Minimum System Requirements

Operating System: Windows 7, Vista, XP, 8, 10
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 of AMD equivalent
Memory (RΑΜ): 512 MB RAM
Hard Disk Space: 100 MB Available Space
Graphics Card: Any should work fine.


  • Lore friendly and immersive
  • PvP and PvE combat
  • An interesting story line


  • Pay to win in some regards
  • Combat can feel clunky


A writer of fiction and lover of all things fantastical, Matthew has spent many of his days immersed in one created world or another, be they an MMO, traditional video game, or a work of literary fiction. Having been both an avid writer and video game lover for his entire life, the next logical step seemed to be, you guess it, writing about video games. And so here he is, doing that.
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