He's prepared a training simulation where I have to destroy an entire city single handedly by destroying a cooling system. He saw a movie once where some other guy managed to do it so it should be a simple enough task for a complete rookie like me.
Which way am I supposed to go anyway?
The disruptor fires very big, very slow-moving balls of glowy green pain. Slows the game down like hell, but their glow helps me find my way out the cave.
I run toward them with my dagger, because I'm nuts. Then the screen starts shaking.
The disruptor's alternate fire vaporises them both... slowly.
"ONE LESS CORPSE TO TRIP OVER."
"IS THAT MY D'K TAHG IN YOUR THROAT."
I head toward the passage at the far end.
There's three guys on the same platform as me and two guys on the top level. I decide to hide behind a box to avoid the snipers and knife anybody who decides to check out what's behind the boxes.
Let's try that again.
One more go.
Oh right, it's not real. I guess killing everybody in the cave is a win for this part of the mission.
I wonder where I'll end up next?
Are Klingons are made of bubblegum? Sure looks like it.
Is there anything else I should be doing? I activated a switch for the sewers, but I have no idea where that is.
Let's see what's beneath the surface of this green sludge.
Either these save games are stacking up or somebody beat me to this fan.
HUH. What do you know, you can just shoot the fans and destroy them. I trying to shoot the EVIL SPIDERS.
"I LOVE THAT SMELL."
Pretty glad my guy didn't say that when I was sneaking around before.
A bomb's gone off somewhere and the Klingon High Council is something something. The leader of the Honor Guard has chosen me to kill those responsible. I've been chosen because as an inductee of the Honor Guard, MY LOYALTIES ARE WITHOUT QUESTION. They could have at least given me a new gun or perhaps healed me, I'm still at 2% health from the last mission! And that mission didn't really happen! Blah. No more game.
It's functional enough, but it's really boring. Even if you were interested, there's no computer on the planet that's gonna run this game right. I enlisted the help of many of the world's most talented scientists and several entirely different computers to get it to run for the purposes of this adventure and even then it went screwy whenever I fired a weapon.
Don't try running this game, it will take the rest of your life to get it working and it's not worth it.