Episode 065 – Star Trek: 25th Anniversary (1992)

Episode 065 – Star Trek: 25th Anniversary (1992)

Episode 065 – Star Trek: 25th Anniversary (1992)

This week in Your Parents Basement, we are going where no man has gone before! From 1992, we’re playing Star Trek: 25th Anniversary developed by Interplay and published by Ultra (Konami) for the NES. We’re joined by special guest and lover of Ghostbusters (for real), Bob Hanson!

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  • 0:00 – Intro, which features the tiny bit of the Star Trek theme that is in the game’s main theme.
  • 54:00 – Emails! Ole Scooty writes in, and someone wants to know what Steve’s favorite number is.
  • 1:03:00 – It’s our fastest growing segment! Ask The Sweet Boys.
  • 1:14:00 – Snifferoo. For some reason, we’re actually playing a good game next week! One of the ultimate cult classics for the SNES.


– According to Price Charting, Star Trek: 25th Anniversary is reasonably priced, at $10.80 for the loose cart and $29.14 for the box, manual and cart. The Next Generation is a bit more, in the $18.95 to $40 range.

– The Angry Video Game Nerd has covered a couple Star Trek games.

– Ultra was a publishing company for Konami, setup to bypass Nintendo’s strict five-per-year limit for companies in the U.S. Read more about the company on its Wikipedia page.

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