The player is a Starfleet cadet whose father was killed during the Battle of Wolf 359 fought against the Borg 10 years ago. Impish Q shows up and offers him to go back in time to his father's ship during the battle and try to save him.

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Barry Lynch ...
Nikolai Andropov
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Dr. Bennington Biraka (as John Cothran Jr.)
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Murray Rubinstein ...
Dr. Thaddeus Quint
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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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During the game, the player must often make a choice between two obvious actions. Sometimes however, the correct choice is a "hidden" third option that isn't obvious at all and requires Q's outside the box thinking. In these cases, clicking all over the screen in hope of getting lucky usually works. This doesn't help when it comes to obtuse console puzzles. On the other hand, the player is sometimes required not to act in certain dramatic situations even though the characters imply otherwise. See more »

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Anastastia Targus: [Targus has tried to decode the information on a Borg implant by connecting it to her cranial implant, which is starting to take over her mind] Kill me!
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Spun-off from Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987) See more »

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One of the best ST games ever!
12 February 2000 | by (Ardmore, PA) – See all my reviews

This game rocks. It's part movie, part game and has the best Star Trek bad guy there ever was, as well as fan favorite, Q. These are just a few examples of why this game is great. The game is hard and requires making tough decisions on what to do. If you succeed, you can win the game, but if you fail, you lose everything. But don't worry. Another good thing about this game is no life limit, so you can try over and over again until you get it right. Highly recommended.


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