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Star Trek: Borg (1996)

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 ...
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Dr. Bennington Biraka (as John Cothran Jr.)
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Murray Rubinstein ...
Dr. Thaddeus Quint
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Shoreham (as Juli Donald)
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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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This non-canonical Star Trek game introduces a new alien race called the Bijani, who seem to have the unique ability to resist being completely taken over by Borg nanites that the Borg use to turn their victims into Borg drones. See more »

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Q: [You've made it back up to the moment your father died, and are re-watching it from the eyes of the person who should've been there] Here we are again, back at the beginning, except this time YOU are security, instead of that little mouse of an ensign.
Ralph Furlong: The Tolstoy just took a major hit.
Q: Are you going to be able to save them or not?
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More 'Video' than 'Game'
5 November 2000 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This game was a landmark in interactive movies, but it still lacked a feeling that I was actually playing a game. And for hardcore Star Trek continuity buffs, the timeline on this is all out of whack (but I'll save you all of the geeky details).


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