Star Trek: Generations - Beyond the Nexus (Game Boy)

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Consoles Plus (Nov, 1995)
Sans être transcendant, Star Trek, avec ses niveaux de styles variés et ses rares mais bienvenus mots de passe, peut s'avérer plaisant.
Game Players (Apr, 1994)
If your Game Boy seems to be losing its luster, Star Trek could be a lifesaver. Set a course at Warp 9 for your nearest game dealer and "engage!".
GamePro (US) (Feb, 1995)
ST: Generation isn't a disaster if you give it a chance, but it could've used better game balance and a difficulty-select option. Proceed with caution, young starwalkers.
There are very few ships to shoot and they're difficult to find. The phaser isn't effective and runs out of energy quickly, It's all slow going, so it isn't much fun. The graphics and sound effects are good, but the controls are hard to get used to.
Total! (Germany) (Dec, 1995)
Wie so oft bei Filmlizenzen besteht auf „Star Trek Generation“ aus verschiedenen kleinen Einzelspielchen. Keine Firma hätte sich vermutlich getraut, nur eines dieser Spielchen alleine zu veröffentlichen – aber auch im großen Sammelpack werden sie nicht besser!