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Star Trek: The Next Generation - A Final Unity (1995)

Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the U. S. S. Enterprise-D agrees to help Garidian dissidents locate a mythical scroll that might convince their government to give rights to slaves. The search takes them to Unity, a strange ancient alien device.


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Credited cast:
Lieutenant Worf (voice)
Commander Deanna Troi (voice)
Cynthia Marcucci ...
Ensign Tamara Butler (voice)
Paul Mogg ...
Ensign Nils Carlstrom (voice)
Enterprise Computer (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Suzy Berger ...
Pentara (voice)
Roy Blumenfeld ...
Iydia (voice)
Stamblyr (voice)
Deborah Sale Butler ...
Williams (voice) (as Deborah Sale)
Linda Clements ...
Madia (voice)


Fully voiced 2D point & click adventure, structured like an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation TV show. Near the Romulan Neutral Zone, Federation starship USS Enterprise-E encounters, a ship of Garidian dissidents, fleeing from their government's forces. Jean-Luc Picard, captain of Enterprise, agrees to grant the dissidents asylum on his ship. The three political refugees ask him to help them find a mythical ancient "Fifth Scroll" that their legends mention as the lost part of their historical heritage left by "The Lawgiver". They believe that the scroll holds proof that the subjugated slave class of their world, that's on the brink of open rebellion, ought to have the same rights as others. Picard agrees, but the truth behind the Fifth Scroll turns out to be much more complicated than previously thought. Their search takes them to a mysterious ancient alien mechanism, which the now extinct Chodak alien race that made it called the Unity Device. The Romulans decide to risk an ...

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Captain Jean-Luc Picard: [narrating] Captain's Log, Stardate 47111.1: A Federation listening post along the Romulan Neutral Zone has detected an unidentified vessel headed for Federation space. The Enterprise is moving to intercept.
Lt. Commander Data: At its reported heading and velocity, the vessel will enter Federation space in approximately 47.3 seconds.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard: Go to yellow alert.
Lieutenant Worf: We have the vessel on sensors.
Commander William T. Riker: The ship is a Garidian scout ship. They are driving their engines too hard, and their warp core is critical.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard: The Garidians? What is ...
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Still the best Trek adventure game to date
11 May 2002 | by See all my reviews

Yes, the graphics are dated now. Yes, you have to wrestle your computer into DOS to play it. But this adventure will suck you in.

The story is as rich as (in Insurrection's case, richer than) a TNG film, but much, much longer. Spectrum Holobyte used the medium of the game to tell an extended and detailed story, with nearly countless compelling characters and environments. The many-faceted interface and difficulty controls keeps gamers at any level engaged.

The entire cast of TNG was on board to provide voices, and they breathe life into their stone-faced animated characters. This is a gem from the golden age of PC adventures, and until a Trek adventure at the calibre of "Deus Ex" emerges, it will remain on top. If you're lucky enough to see a copy of it, pick it up without hesitation.

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