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Star Trek: Starfleet Academy (1997)

FMV space combat simulator, where you play a cadet training to become a Starfleet officer at the Academy and have adventures there in addition to your training.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Sturek
... Vanda M'Giia
... Jana Akton
Chuck Beyer ... Robin Brady
Peter Flanders ... Frank Malan (as Pete Flanders)
Leslie Danon ... Faith Gage (as Leslie Dannon)
Christopher Carroll ... Vanguard Spokesperson
... Darvi Zora
George Clifton ... Dukret
... Caldoss
... Telepath (as Jodie Codie-Fisher)
Joseph Hardin ... Toracles Varo / Konovin
... David Forrester (voice)
Kelly Kidneigh ... Anne Trava, Shantur Tenek
... Commander Pavel Chekov (voice)


In this FMV space combat simulator with elements of an adventure game, you play David Forester, a young human cadet at Starfleet Academy who is going through the extensive command training system that uses several simulator scenarios of missions with a variety of ship classes. In addition, you interact with your various classmates with the mundane situations on campus. You also have some meetings with Captain Hikaru Sulu and Pavel Chekov while Captain James T. Kirk assigns the missions. Through various dialogue options and other choices, you shape your story and must prove to yourself, your crew that's prone to infighting and Kirk that you are worthy of the captain's chair. The true test though arrives when your Vulcan member of the bridge crew gets hurt in an explosion. The first signs of a conspiracy that wants to push the Klingons and the Federation into another bloody conflict emerge here. You must also solve the mystery of a living spaceship created by an unknown alien race that ... Written by Kenneth Chisholm <kchishol@execulink.com>

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Novelization written by Diane Carey. See more »


References Star Trek: The Ultimate Computer (1968) See more »

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19 July 1999 | by See all my reviews

This game was so cool. You get to command a starship and fight exciting space battles and explore new worlds. It would have been better if it was set in the 24th century and had ships like the Enterprise-E and the Defiant. But still, the graphics are great and it is fun to play.

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