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Reviewed: Star Trek: Hidden Evil
Publisher: Activision
Developer:Presto Studios
Genre Type:Puzzle/Adventure
ESP:$44.99 Buy Star Trek Hidden Evil From Gamestop
Required System:
Pentium 200 MHz, 32 MB Ram, 4x CD-Rom, 225MB HD (+ 80Mb swapfile space), Windows 95/98 with DirectX 7.0+
Reviewer's System: K6-3 450, 128MB RAM, Riva 128ZX 8MB video, DirectX 7, Windows 98.
Related Games: None yet from Activision
ESRB Rating: Teen
Overall Rating:
Author: Michael "" Ahlf       Date: December 31st 1999
Page: 1

Star Trek games have risen and fallen in popularity, right from the very first "Spacewar" game to the myriad tries as of late, such as Klingon Honor Guard and other bad games. Paramount opened up the franchise, however, and so Activision is taking its try with three new ideas. Elite Force is a first person shooter set on Voyager, Armada is the real time strategy, and the lead-off is Hidden Evil, a video game sequel to Star Trek: Insurrection. As storylines go, it's a nice idea, but unfortunately the game falls a little flat in both gameplay and replayability.

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Added:  Friday, December 31, 1999
Reviewer:  Michael Ahlf
Page: 1/5

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