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Star Trek: Klingon Academy (2000)

In this FMV space combat game and prequel to Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991), the death of a respected Klingon leader causes a coup d'état attempt. General Chang and his best cadet, Torlek (the player), try to stop it.




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Douglas Owen McDonald ...
Kalnor (as Douglas O. McDonald)
Andrew Palmer ...
Paul Sandman ...
Academy First Officer / Hovak Captain / Starbase 3 (voice) (as John Shull)
Fritz Sperberg ...
Jamie Alcroft ...
Perry Brown ...
Academy Engineer / Gorkon Allied Command / Starbase 2 (voice) (as T.C. Carson)


The Klingons, the original Star Trek race of warriors, are running out of resources. The only way to continue this proud race, they must conquer vast areas of resource-rich space and battle their adversaries. General Chang convinces Chancellor Gorkon to build a battle academy to defeat their longtime adversary, the United Federation of Planets. An academy lesson consists of Chang delivering a lecture followed by a simulated mission where cadets play a vital role during an important stage of a fictitious conflict between the Federation and the Klingon Empire. You play as a Klingon warrior training to command a warship, while the Klingons face civil war, planetary conquest, countless skirmishes, and even self-annihilation. Written by <Wes1701E@hotmail.com>

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Once more unto the breach, dear friends, no peace in our time....
23 June 2000 | by (Scottsdale, Arizona, USA) – See all my reviews

If you saw Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country; if you are a gamer, or a science fiction fan; then you should definitely check out Klingon Academy, an IBM-compatible computer space simulation game being released now by Interplay. The game features ninety dramatic minutes of stunning, full motion video, as veteran actor Christopher Plummer reprises his over-the-top role as the Shakespeare-quoting General Chang. Actor David Warner returns to his role as the level-headed Chancellor Gorkon, and you will finally learn how Chang lost the sight in one eye, how Gorkon came to power, and the events which culminate in Chang's eventual betrayal of Gorkon and his subsequent efforts to thrust the galaxy into total war as featured in the aforementioned movie. The soundtrack is engrossing, and the video helps draw the player into his role as a young Klingon warrior, under the tutelage of Chang at the Elite Command Academy which is part of the game. There is a handy utility which allows you to watch the movies in sequence without playing the missions through. Eventually, you will have to choose between your duty to the Empire and your loyalty to Chang. I thoroughly enjoyed the movies and the game. As the Klingons like to say in greeting, Qa'pla!

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