Star Trek: Generations (1997)

Video Game   |  Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi


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A first person action adventure game for the PC with first person shooter segments as well as real-time strategy sections. Based on Star Trek: Generations (1994).

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Directors:

Simon Ffinch , Guymond Louie , Rick Rasay

Writers:

Matthew Archambault, Julien Beasely, Michael Bilodeau, Kyle Brink, Bing Crowell, Simon Ffinch, Erin Fritz, Sam Kolb, Aaron Malchow, Scott Petersen, Naren Shankar, Steve Tsai, Dan Young, Daniel Young

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12 December 1999 | oertel
4
| not very interesting game
This game is just boring and annoying. There are some nice moments with Shatner and Stewart and the rest of the crew, but the gameplay, the graphic and fun are just bad.And that you cannot save the game is just horrible, it makes you sick. Sorry, could have been so much better.

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Genres

Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi

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Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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