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TrekToday - IGN Reviews 'Unimatrix Zero, Part Two'

IGN Reviews 'Unimatrix Zero, Part Two'

By Christian
October 7, 2000 - 12:00 AM

Jason Bates, still the regular 'Voyager' reviewer at IGN Sci-Fi has put up his review of the Voyager season opener, 'Unimatrix Zero, Part Two', awarding it only a 3 out of 5:

Unfortunately while last season's cliffhanger was full of suspense and special F/X, this outing seems a little tired, using the stale gambit of infecting the enemy with a computer virus (Independence Day) to save the day. In fact, everything the main characters do is predictable and exactly what any competent Starfleet office would do in such a situation, and so as a result none of the characters are allowed to take a stand, change, evolve, or shine. The computer nano-virus might as well be the star of the show; it's like that episode of The Simpsons where after a particularly harrowing Space Shuttle re-entry an inanimate carbon rod is paraded around as the star of the day.

For the full review, please follow this link.

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