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Crapshoot: The games of variable quality based on Star Trek: The Next Generation

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From 2010 to 2014 Richard Cobbett wrote Crapshoot, a column about rolling the dice to bring random obscure games back into the light. Following his look at Star Trek: Judgment Rites, we warp ahead in time to visit The Next Generation for A Final Unity, Generations, and the Q who put the Q in Q.

It’s difficult to tell where The Next Generation begins and ends, in terms of PC games. Last week we looked at Judgment Rites, based on the original series, which came out in 1993. The Next Generation, however, had been running since 1987, and ended in 1994. The idiocy that was Star Trek: Voyager then kicked off in 1995. In short, there wasn’t much time for Star Trek games to embrace The Next Generation specifically, and most of the games that…



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