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Title : Star Trek: Klingon Honor Guard
Developer : MicroProse
Publisher : Hasbro Interactive
Certificate : M
Platforms : Macintosh, Play Station 2, Windows
Year : 1998
Rating : 1.0000 for 1 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : NovaScream Rating : 1
Review : This game was based on the Quake II engine (game was an FPS) so the graphics were normal at the time. What was not normal is the repetitive copy and paste style mapping , not to mention that It did not take the advantages of the Star Trek universe.(Putting in 5 consoles and 2 badly designed "future"chairs in a map does not create a start trek feeling). The AI was not very great as well , even for those times. The weaponry was allright but there were no special items and it did not make a huge difference which one you were using. So all in all , it's Star Trek but it's barely worth mentioning.
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