Star Trek: Borg (1996)

Video Game  -  Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi
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You play a Starfleet officer whose father was killed at Wolf 359 and are upset when Starfleet won't allow you to participate in repelling the current Borg attack. Q steps in and makes you a... See full summary »

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Nikolai Andropov
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Dr. Bennington Biraka (as John Cothran Jr.)
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You play a Starfleet officer whose father was killed at Wolf 359 and are upset when Starfleet won't allow you to participate in repelling the current Borg attack. Q steps in and makes you a deal-with-the-devil offer: he will take you back to the Battle of Wolf 359 to prevent your father's death. Written by Jeff Cross <blackjac_1998@yahoo.com>

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The starship bridge seen in this game was originally used in Star Trek: Voyager (1995) as the USS Excelsior bridge, in the episode "Flashback". See more »

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Dr. Bennington Biraka: Your problem is very straightforward, doctor. You *desperately* want to be liked.
Q: If I wanted to be liked, all I'd have to do is snap my fingers, and I'd be liked. I'm an omnipotent being, masquerading as Dr. Quint! Whatever I want to happen, happens.
Dr. Bennington Biraka: Interesting fantasy. Alright, let's play that through. Then why don't you?
Q: Why don't I what?
Dr. Bennington Biraka: Make everyone *like* you!
Q: Because I don't *want* to!
Dr. Bennington Biraka: No! Because you want them to like you of their own free will. And, phenomenon logically speaking, you...
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14 December 1998 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

Star Trek Borg, The Interactive Movie is a must have for all Star Trek fans. That said, you do not have to be a fan to enjoy the game. Star Trek regular, John de Lancie, is fantastic as Q, the comical 'omnipotent being', and is well supported by a group of able actors. The game features 120 minutes of original footage and is a pleasure to watch/play. Whilst very challenging, it is a bit short and not one of those games you play over and over again. Despite this it is well worth the money.


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