A first person action adventure game for the PC with first person shooter segments as well as real-time strategy sections. Based on Star Trek: Generations (1994).


Credited cast:
Lt. Cmdr. Geordi La Forge (voice)
Lt. Cmdr. Worf (voice)
Cmdr. William T. Riker (voice)
Commander / Dr. Beverly Crusher (voice)
Lt. Cmdr. Data (voice)
Capt. Jean-Luc Picard (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Thomas E. Benkert ...
Klingon / Romulan computer (voice)
Ivor Biggun ...
Engineer #2 (voice)
Dave Henry ...
Engineer #1 / Klingon computer / Romulan (voice)
Bill Krauss ...
Chodak computer / Chodak / Klingon enemy / Romulan centurion (voice)


Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the Enterprise-D are in the middle of a crisis that has been in effect for more then 80 years. An evil El-Aurian scientist named Tolian Soran has been destroying stars in order to change the path of a space anomaly called the Nexus, a ribbon of energy that acts as a gateway to another reality where all of your hopes and dreams come true. In order to do so, Soran has teamed up with the renegade Klingon faction lead by the Duras sisters, and plans on destroying the Veridian system (inhabited with hundreds of millions of people) in order to cross over into the Nexus. Written by Anonymous

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The game takes place in 2371. See more »


Spun-off from Star Trek: Generations (1994) See more »

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I don't care what anyone says!
29 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Every gaming website and review I've read for this game has trashed it and called it junk. Well, I for one think they're all wrong, because I remember playing this game and having pure fun. It combines the movie elements and adds in its own missions, aliens, and story lines that couldn't be put in the movie. Sure the graphics weren't that great and some of the things you had to look for were very obscure, but I don't care because I loved it, and I regret not having my Windows 95 just so I can have one more space battle with the Romulans. The stuff Microprose added were, in my opinion, pure genius. They made the Amargosa investigation much more interesting and engaging with actual parties of Romulan attackers to contend with. The Chodak, while presenting near impossible space matches, had their own intriguing mission and backstory. My most favorite level ever was the Q'urash, the Duras sisters' bird-of-prey, just because I had always wondered what it would be like to intrude upon a Klingon ship. So exciting! So it doesn't matter to me whether everyone else absolutely hated this game, because I loved it, and no one's opinion is going to change that.

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