It's creator, Gene Roddenberry, did not create the show to be a science fiction series. Both sides are evenly match. Looks I have to list it out. On the other hand, you have that stupid Admiral on the Death Star who Vader chokes. It is not as agile as the Falcon, correct, but it doesn't need to be. It has good characters, sometimes tells a compelling story, and has a lot of good looking effects. According to Star Wars Wiki the Empire was divided into units of 50 systems each with a senator.
It is something that binds us all together and allows those without purpose to find their place in the universe. Also a Imperial ship will never get anywhere, and again to head you off I have heard hyper speed is supposedly faster than warp but the problem it only works if they have starcharts and warp doesn't need them. Wow thought this was gone for. Star Wars made science fiction cool and approachable, and inspired countless movies to come. Part of the problem is there were a single sense of sensibilities of what Trek was supposed to feel like from 1987-2005.
Star Trek Throughout the past two decades, two science fiction cult classics have rivaled each other. With the subsequent publication of novels, comics, animated series, toys and feature films, Star Trek grew into a popular media franchise. But the prequels basically made them a much bigger thing than they were and put them at the absolute center of not only the plot of the first three films, but basically the whole saga. The two franchises now offer almost all forms of media ranging from novels, television series, comic books, toys for younger audience, magazines, themed merchandise, board games and video games, as well as fan works. And its not what the majority seem to think. Star Wars functions less as commentary on specific social issues, but operates on the grander operatic struggle of dark vs light, dictatorships versus democracies, etc.
Star Wars took a long hiatus after its initial trilogy release. But the fictional science has always been brilliant. StarTrek focuses as much on the story as it does on the technology. Entire planetary economies are in de facto revolt with the best technology of key defence companies in the hands of the Rebellion I. Anyone with even just some exposure to Western pop culture has heard of at least one of the Star Trek series. Both have strong followings of loyal fans that live and breath these classic tales. Thats what smart computers are for.
Star Wars and Star Trek certainly share many similarities being the benchmarks Star Trek has pathetic tasers which look like garage door openers, but can be set to stun to preserve life instead of vaporizing it. He acknowledged that he could be biased. Star Wars in his view is a classic medieval tale dressed up as action-adventure, and that embraces the of inner-strength. Next, Star Wars and Star Trek have similarities and differences in characters. They'd let data speak on an open channel until the imperials blew up 2.
Search for Spock, Voyage Home and, to a degree, Undiscovered Country built on Wrath of Khan. Gene Roddenberry's idealistic vision of the future is an actual exploration of human beings and what they are capable of. A genuine respect for critical thinking Star Wars has many noble values. Never, in any battle, was a blast of that nature or kind observed. This means they can effectively move with impunity through the battle zone.
Star Treks characters bear many similarities as well as differences. Borg shields are lowered so they fire lasers. Star Wars picked up from where left off, with the first in the new trilogy, and following two years later. Besides, don't we some of us? The video below briefly touches on the history of Star Trek: Star Wars Star Wars uses archetypes of the fantasy genre, such as princesses, knighthood, and chivalry, and action unfolds in a contest between good and evil. Exspecailly against someone who is technologicaly their equal. The sensors in Star Trek can discern the individual cellular make up of individuals on a planet from orbit, can detect ships from trillions of kms away in other sectors and can track and successfully target objects at ranges of hundred of thousands of kms in space.
I had most of Voyager from the first ep. Although I have never really liked Star Wars you can not say it is not good. We're here to have fun. I like them both equally, for different reasons. Imperials would know when Intelligence discovered it's potential weaknesses.