Spend your money on a Star Trek Borg boxed set instead.
13 May 2011
Excerpt: Star Trek.. love it or hate it, it's hard to ignore. Starting off as a show in the sixties, that was eventually axed, it's grown into a marketing manager's dream. Movies, spin off series, toys, and all sorts of merchandising tat. There's even a book to teach you klingon, if you are the kind of person who relishes being able to talk like you've got your mouth full all the time. It's built up quite a following, with varying degrees of fanaticism.
A great interactive game where every choice changes the plot line
15 November 2008
Excerpt: Star Trek Borg is a interactive movie/computer game, the first of this type that I had played. It is set 10 years after the Battle of Wolf 359 and the story is seen through the eyes of a Starfleet Cadet Qaylan Furlong, his father died at Wolf 359. He is given the chance by Q (played by John de Lancie as in the tv series) to go back in time and prevent his father's death on the USS Righteous.
Excerpt: The success of ‘Star Trek: Klingon,’ a PC game that effectively played as an interactive movie with insights into Klingon culture, led to an immediate sequel focusing on the far less interesting Borg, the organic Daleks/Cybermen/zombies of the Star Trek universe. Produced in 1995 but released in 1996, ‘Star Trek: Borg’ arrived at just the right time to cash in on the increased popularity of the villains after their appearance in the ‘First Contact’ feature film.
Excerpt: Star Trek fans everywhere will tell you that one of the best things to come out of the Star Trek: The Next Generation television series was the introduction of the Borg. For the few people who are not Star Trek fans reading this review, the Borg are an intractable, collective life form made up of cybernetically modified humanoids. They are the ultimate communists, working solely for the collective (like ants or bees) and sharing a single collective consciousness.
Excerpt: Star Trek Borg is a fully interactive movie which lasts for 120 minutes. You control Cadet Furlong on a mission to avenge his fathers death caused by the Borg. Q, a time traveller appears on the ship to allow Cadet Furlong to travel back in time to change the past to prevent the future from re-occuring and so allowing his fathers death to become non existant.