Let’s get disclaimers out of the way, as they’ll undoubtedly make it easier for Trekkies to dismiss what follows as pure Star Wars fanboyism. I am, unashamedly, a huge fan of Star Wars. Love the Original Trilogy. Hate the prequels. Han shot first. Tentatively love The Force Awakens, unless Episode VIII proves that all Disney wants to do is carbon copy the OT. Yeah, that guy.
In terms of Star Trek, I guess you’d say I’m a casual fan. J.J. Abrams’ Kelvin Timeline reboot was the first time I saw any Star Trek property from start to finish, and I really like the first movie (plot conveniences notwithstanding) and I dug the sequels. So after recently going hands- and heads-on with Star Wars Battlefront Rogue One: X-wing VR Mission, the most convoluted title in gaming history, and Star Trek: Bridge Crew, I was obviously expecting to like the Star Wars experience more.