Star Trek games had been going through a bit of a slump, so Raven Software took the Quake III engine boldly to places where no Trek game had gone before.
In the show’s second season, Acclaim must have wanted to make a game before South Park fever might instantly disappear. Hence, the first of the show’s infamously lacking, rushed electronic tie-ins – specifically, its even worse PC port.
Take orders from Patrick Stewart, run the Enterprise from the safety of its bridge… how could a Trek fan go wrong?
Walk in shadow, move in silence, guard against extraterrestrial violence as the animated versions of Agent J and K.
A reasonable attempt at making a mostly-realistic adventure game starring a defense attorney. Unfortunately, the L.A. Law name is only used to sell copies.
Pummel dopey AI with confusing controls in this home approximation of the show.