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Star Trek: Hidden Evil
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Star Trek: Hidden Evil

Publisher: Activision
Developer: Presto Studios
Released: 16 November 1999
Stardate: 53343.7 (2376)
Platform(s): Windows 9x, ME
System Requirements: 200 MHz processor, 32 Mb RAM, 4X CD-ROM drive, 225 Mb hard drive space
Rating(s): ESRB Teen ELSPA 11 USK 12 OFLC G8
Genre(s): Action/Adventure
Reference #: ASIN B0000296ZH (US)
ASIN B00004SQN4 (UK)
ASIN B00007CW2N (UK "Xplosiv" re-release)
ASIN B00004TPKC (Germany)

Star Trek: Hidden Evil is an adventure game set in the Star Trek universe. The game sees the player embody the persona of Ensign Sovok, a Human raised by Vulcans, who, as a result of this unusual upbringing, can use the Vulcan nerve pinch.

Marketed as the sequel game to Star Trek: Insurrection, the game embroils the player in a plot to harness the destructive powers of a coveted genetic seed. After discovering a warning from the Ancient humanoids, the player must engage alien forces and outwit foes in a series of challenging missions, or the galaxy will fall victim to a ruthless archenemy.

Hidden Evil was poorly received, garnering a 4.0 from IGN [1] and 4.5 from GameSpot.[2] In addition to weak storytelling, the game shipped with numerous technical glitches.

A Collector's Edition of Hidden Evil, released in the US, included the full game in special packaging, a VHS tape featuring the episode "All Good Things...", and electronic previews of two DC Star Trek comics.

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