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Title : Star Trek: 25th Anniversary (Computer Game)
Developer : Interplay
Publisher : Interplay
Certificate : E
Platforms : Amiga, Macintosh, MS-DOS
Year : 1992
Rating : 4.5000 for 4 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Drake Zure Rating : 4
Review : Despite the rather low-quality graphics, this game is a great little game to play around with. You do need the handbook to actually get anything done, though.
Reviewer : Stoo Rating : 4
Review : Apart from some fairly basic enterprise-simulator bits, this one is mostly an old-school point-and-click adventure. And it's a lot of fun - missions include foiling a Romulan plot to steal the Genesis device, and investigating stories of demonic attacks on a federation colony. In some ways this is a lot more true to the spirit of the TV show than the numerous battle-based games we've seen lately. Well worthwhile.
Reviewer : Scott Robson Rating : 5
Review : In my eyes, this game is the quintessential Star Trek adventure -- the version with added voice dialog, provided by the original cast, is the closest experience that computer gaming has yet given us to an interactive episode of the actual series. While the graphics are certainly not up to the modern par, they are charming and functional in their own right. The storyline and script are excellent, offering many moments of nostalgic amusement in each level. If I had a single complaint about this game, it would be that it does not last nearly long enough!
Reviewer : RobertG Rating : 5
Review : A great game that really makes you feel as though you are playing through an actual episode of the original series. As another reviewer said, the only thing I have against it is that it could have been longer.
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