History YMMV / StarTrek25thAnniversary

17th May '15 6:41:26 PM kchishol
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* TheProblemWithLicensedGames: [[SugarWiki/NoProblemWithLicensedGames Solidly averted]] - it's considered one of the best ''Franchise/StarTrek'' games produced, and remains very faithful to the original series.
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* TheProblemWithLicensedGames: [[SugarWiki/NoProblemWithLicensedGames Solidly averted]] - it's NoProblemWithLicensedGames: This game considered one of the best ''Franchise/StarTrek'' games produced, and remains very faithful to the original series.
9th Jun '13 1:31:18 AM OlfinBedwere
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* DisappointingLastLevel: The final mission in the release version gives you a two-room mission on the USS ''Republic'', followed by a ludicrously hard fight with a Vardaine copy of the ''Enterprise''. The CD version expands this to a much bigger mission on the ''Republic''. * GoodBadBugs: In the fifth mission, it's possible to have the Klingon bad guy killed by a planetary MasterComputer, then act like a jerk toward his subordinate, leading to a battle between the ''Enterprise'' and a Klingon ship. After winning the battle, Spock reports Kirk's actions to Starfleet Command -- but in an apparent oversight by the developers, this won't result in any reduction to the mission score, giving the impression that Starfleet are actually quite happy to have their captains going around starting fights with the Klingons.
1st Aug '12 11:36:04 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* AndTheFandomRejoiced: The disc version of the game went to great lengths to capture the individual "voice" of each character in its dialogue, even though it only featured written text. The addition of the entire original series cast reprising their roles for the CD-ROM edition was the icing on the cake, and it was a ''huge'' motivation for the fans to buy it again on the new technology. These days, the involvement of the full cast would be pretty much taken as read, but back then it was seen a real novelty.
7th Jul '12 4:47:20 AM NapoleonBlownapart
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* AndTheFandomRejoiced: The disc version of the game went to great lengths to capture the individual "voice" of each character in its dialogue, even though it only featured written text. The addition of the entire original series cast reprising their roles for the CD-ROM edition was the icing on the cake, and it was a ''huge'' motivation for the fans to buy it again on the new technology. These days, the involvement of the full cast would be pretty much taken as read, but back then it was seen a real novelty. * TheProblemWithLicensedGames: [[SugarWiki/NoProblemWithLicensedGames Solidly averted]] - it's considered one of the best ''Franchise/StarTrek'' games produced, and remains very faithful to the original series.
7th Jul '12 4:45:30 AM NapoleonBlownapart
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* CrowningMomentOfFunny: On one mission, you can dose Spock with Vulcan laughing gas. He'll spend the rest of the mission randomly yelling stuff like, "who gave me this lousy haircut?!" ** Spock, heck. You can dose Kirk, [=McCoy=] and the RedShirt with laughing gas, and get similar reactions from them. *** [=McCoy=] has [[ICantUseTheseThingsTogether the best lines for doing insane things]]. There's one situation where you have to [[DontAsk pick up a snake]] without it slithering back into its burrow. [=McCoy=] is the only one who won't do it. -->'''[=McCoy=]:''' It's a damn snake! I'm not picking it up! -->'''[=McCoy=]:''' ''(If you try to make him look inside the snake's burrow)'' I'm not sticking my hand in there! -->'''[=McCoy=]:''' ''(If you have captured the snake and have it highlighted and click on [=McCoy=] with it)'' Get that thing ''away'' from me! *** If you click on Kirk with the snake after capturing it, the narrator informs you that the snake enjoys biting your hand.
7th Jul '12 4:44:11 AM NapoleonBlownapart
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** Spock, heck. You can dose Kirk, McCoy and the RedShirt with laughing gas, and get similar reactions from them.
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** Spock, heck. You can dose Kirk, McCoy [=McCoy=] and the RedShirt with laughing gas, and get similar reactions from them.
7th Jul '12 4:43:50 AM NapoleonBlownapart
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* CrowningMomentOfFunny: One mission, you can dose Spock with Vulcan laughing gas. He'll spend the rest of the mission randomly yelling stuff like, "who gave me this lousy haircut?!"
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* CrowningMomentOfFunny: One On one mission, you can dose Spock with Vulcan laughing gas. He'll spend the rest of the mission randomly yelling stuff like, "who gave me this lousy haircut?!"

*** [=McCoy=] has [[CantUseTheseThingsTogether the best lines for doing insane things]]. There's one situation where you have to [[DontAsk pick up a snake]] without it slithering back into its burrow. [=McCoy=] is the only one who won't do it.
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*** [=McCoy=] has [[CantUseTheseThingsTogether [[ICantUseTheseThingsTogether the best lines for doing insane things]]. There's one situation where you have to [[DontAsk pick up a snake]] without it slithering back into its burrow. [=McCoy=] is the only one who won't do it.
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