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Star Trek: 25th Anniversary Enhanced (1992)

You control Captain Kirk and the crew of the USS Enterprise as you experience a new series of adventures in the final frontier.

Director:

Michael McConnohie

Writer:

Boris Schneider (German Translator)
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Credited cast:
George Almond ... Elasi Crewman #1 / Elasi Crewman #2 (voice)
Robert V. Barron ... Brother Stephen (voice) (as Robert Barron)
Catherine Battistone Catherine Battistone ... Narrator (voice)
Steve Bulen ... Elasi Cereth / Lt. Ferris / Captain Patterson (voice)
Anthony De Longis ... Federation admiral (voice)
James Doohan ... Montgomery Scott (voice)
Eddie Frierson Eddie Frierson ... Ens. Everts / Elasi Captain (voice)
Clynell Jackson III ... Vlict Kenka (voice)
DeForest Kelley ... Dr. Leonard 'Bones' McCoy (voice)
Walter Koenig ... Ens. Pavel Chekov (voice)
Joyce Kurtz Joyce Kurtz ... Computer (voice)
Kerrigan Mahan ... Lt. Stragey / Brother Chubb (voice)
Dave Mallow ... Ens. Kije (voice)
Michael McConnohie ... Lt. Christensen / Commander Taraz (voice)
Nichelle Nichols ... Lt. Nyota Uhura (voice)

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In the final frontier, you control Captain Kirk and the crew of the USS Enterprise in new adventures arranged as the 4th season of the original TV series. With the classic original cast voicing their characters, Kirk and the crew face Klingons, Romulans and even Harry Mudd as you explore space and face challenges that will test your wits and courage. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (kchishol@rogers.com)

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The makers of this game ran into a problem when they used the character of Harry Mudd in one of the stories that make up the game. Because there was no time to go through the channels to get approval to use the likeness of the late Roger C. Carmel, his dialogue was tweaked and he was placed in shadow where the perfect likeness of his image was obscured. See more »

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In the first story, the alien that pops up at the end thanks Captain Kirk and his crew for "repairing our somnambutron." But they haven't repaired it - they've shut it down, which is what released the alien in the first place. See more »

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Ies Bredell: Captain, all wars require justification. They aren't supposed to be fun. You have your justification and I have mine. Don't take diplomacy so seriously. However, Captain, I do intend to enjoy myself. I do intend to enjoy seeing "Lieutenant" Kirk's ship go up in flames! I shall laugh at the sight!
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One of the better Star Trek games.
2 July 2003 | by DragonMasterHiroSee all my reviews

If you love Star Trek, especially the original series, then this game will be a treat for you. Of course, it's really outdated and finding a copy of it would probably be hard to find. Finding a computer that would run it would also be a problem. They should re-release the game because it is a lot of fun. It functions like an adventure game, similar to Monkey Island. You control Captain Kirk as you explore the final frontier.

For surface missions, you are accompanied by Mr. Spock and Dr. McCoy, of course and sometimes a security officer (aka Red Shirt). Sometimes you also get other crew members in your party, like Scotty or Chekhov. There are plenty of puzzles for each mission, different times to collect as well as different outcomes depending on what you do. Being reckless or not being diplomatic will affect your score, thus affecting whether or not you progress through the game.

You will also be able to pilot the Enterprise in battle, and when flying to where ever you're needed. FYI, they took the basic control sequence and applied it to the Super Nintendo Game, Starfleet Academy. If you go off course, different things happen as well.

Everyone from the series offers their voice here. Sometimes there's a little too much dialogue and listening too much of it can make a person bored. They tried to recreate it with The Next Generation crew in "A Final Unity" but that game was kind of on the dull side. This game sticks to everything from the original series, and is really a good adventure game. You'll enjoy it a lot more if you're a fan of TOS.


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