Star Trek: Generations (1997)

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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 ... See full summary »

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Commander / Dr. Beverly Crusher (voice)
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Klingon / Romulan computer (voice)
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Engineer #2 (voice)
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Engineer #1 / Klingon computer / Romulan (voice)
Bill Krauss ...
Chodak computer / Chodak / Klingon enemy / Romulan centurion (voice)
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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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27 July 2000 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

I swear that Star Trek should offer refunds and be sued for making such horrible games! Every single game made based on Star Trek (except for Harbinger and the recent ones like Armada, Elite Force) suck! Common this game, bad graphics, bad fun, hard. Everyone who has had generation agrees it sucks. People want challenges, but in this game you have to spot the impossible. Like little holes, little gaps/ In the battles, why is it that a huge galaxy class goes through bird of preys, warbirds. And my god the Chodak. Impossible heavy warships, you get like 200 photons, 120 is'nt enough for 1! But a feature of the game that is good is that you can order your type of manuveur, like close on target, manual, run from target etc. And only some battles are fun, and the level I actually like is the Romulan base. That's like the only good part of this game.


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