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Star Trek: Judgement Rites Limited CD-Rom Collector's Edition

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Product Features

  • Limited CD-ROM Collector's Edition
  • Star Trek Judgment Rites CD-ROM Game
  • Gene Roddenberry & Leonard Nimoy interactive interviews
  • Behind-the-scenes video hosted by Leonard Nimoy
  • #1 Rated Original Star Trek Episode, "City on the Edge of Forever" on VHS

System Requirements

  • Platform:   DOS
  • Media: CD-ROM

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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds
  • ASIN: B000E9PJS0
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 20, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,226 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)

Product Description

Have you ever wished you could talk with Gene Roddenberry? Your time has come. Just take a seat in the captain's chair as Gene Roddenberry joins you on-screen for an interactive interview, answering a galaxy of intriguing questions. This one-on-one, personal interview--never before seen in the U.S.--is a must for serious collectors. Now move to Spock's chair and participate in an interactive interview with Leonard Nimoy--you ask the questions and he has all the answers..what else would you expect from the venerable vulcan? Interact with genius. Experience the epic. Visit the stars. Collect the treasures. Collection includes a Collector's pin, one of an exclusive series of eight.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
What could you not like about this game. It has excellent gameplay, witty dialogue, great voice overs(from the original crew), atmospheric(in retro early 1970's styl'n good times) drawings and graphics to die for(in 1994 VGA was to die for).

The game is comprised(unlike one-dimentinal thinking game deveopers of modern times) in to two separate genres, the ship-ship combat bridge simulation(with all the operations in addition to "bridge commander's commands) but it also consisits of AWAY team missions lead by you(Captain Kirk) and an assortment of crew and witty dialogue between them and the inhabitants(all VOs are professionally done, not just the crew). The continuity transistion from AWAY planetside missions and on board ship dialgoue(betwen episodes) is very well done and not feeling a separate element at all(as in the actual series). PC tannoy voices are done by Majel Barret to give the computer the transisino from primative robotic(1960's) to the NG done in Majel Barret fashion with more human tones of voice. the "missing link" is here in the fourth year of the five year mission of Enterprise NCC-1701(not bloody A B or C or D). little is done to tell of the decommission(as in the port story of Kirk after) but that is becasue they were planning another one.

The Collector's Edtion includes a commemerative CD-ROM semi interactive with interveiws with Gene Roddenberry(in 1991) and Leonard Nimoy(current of 1995), and the staff and crew who made the game. These gnarly nineties nerds really knew theirs stuff as they were gamers in the 80's wishing for a star trek game they themselves could play in("By gamers For Gamers" logo). Good company before defunct in stupid frivolouis lawsuit(by elves_;)==).
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