Therre were four Star Trek games in the 90s that features live action footage. Borg and Klingon were both published by Simon & Schuster Interactive as 'interactive movies', the player would make a choice at the end of a scene to decide what would happen next. Both were filmed at Paramount using sets, props and costumes from the contemporary (Voyager/DS9) TV shows; directors, producers and even composers (including Jonathan Frakes on Klingon!) from the shows would work on them too to give that authentic feel, John deLancie and Robert O'Reilly respectively would appear as Q and Gowron. I'm almost surprised that they, particularly Borg, did not appear as extras on the TNG blu ray sets or Voyager DVDs (Klingon would go well with DS9 Season 4??) They are full-blown productions. Ten, in 1997, three years after Generations, William Shatner, George Takei and Walter Koenig appeared in Starfleet Academy, set between movies V and VI. This was notable as it was filmed entirely on virtual sets, new technology at the time. The game, however, was a flight simulator. A sequel, Klingon Academy, featured Chang and Gorkon from Star Trek VI, again set in the same time frame. It is cool to see these 'extra adventures' though they are sometimes forgotten. The Star Trek cast has worked on many other games, in character, with cutscens that tell a story. They are animated though, nto live action What do people make of these?