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ESRB Rating: Mature (Ages 17+) - Animated Blood and violence
The First Star Trek Game of Ferocious 3-D Combat
Plunge into the Star Trek universe in this fast-paced, high-action, first-person shooter using the Unreal 3-D engine. Mayhem reigns as an assassination attempt on Gowron, leader of the Klingon High Council, has left the Empire shocked and screaming for revenge. As a member of the elite Klingon Honor Guard, the most brutal combat specialists in the galaxy, you must fulfill your blood oath - become the ultimate warrior and exact glorious revenge on those who would destroy the Klingon Empire.
Explore 19 huge missions in 7 unique Star Trek worlds, including the Klingon Bird of Prey, Rure Penthe' Prison and Tong Vey Klingon City.
Guard against a vicious onslaught of opponents - including veteran Klingon warriors.
Wield 10 unique weapons, including assault disruptors, rocket launchers and particle dispersal cannons.
Encounter 24 formidable enemy types and a razor-sharp enemy AI.
Go for the throat and show no mercy in the Deathmatch or cooperative mission-based battles via LAN or Internet. Or, create your own holodeck environments and battle over the Internet.
Master close-in fighting techniques using the deadly Bat'leth and D'k tahg blades.
Features the voices of four veteran actors from the popular Star Trek: The Next Generation TV show, including Tony Todd as Captain Kurn.
Requirements: 166MHz Pentium MMX with 3-D graphics accelerator or 233MHz Pentium II or faster. Windows 95 or Windows 98. 32MB RAM. True color graphics for 24-bit color. Quad speed CD-ROM drive. Hard drive (250MB free). mouse. DirectX-compatible sound card.
Recommended: 266MHz Pentium II or faster, 64MB RAM, A 3D enabled sound card. Hardware 3-D graphics accelerator (3Dfx Voodoo or NEC PowerVR chipset required).
Required for Multiplayer Option: Local area network with TCP/IP protocol. Internet play requires a true TCP/IP connection.
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