When Leonard Nimoy passed away last week, the internet was heaving with tributes for the Star Trek star. Now Nimoy has been immortalized in an official Star Trek product — the massively mulitiplayer role-playing game Star Trek Online.
Well, a lot of them do anyway - but while there's no Janeway in sight, a good chunk of her bridge officers are returning to the Delta Quadrant for the latest expansion to Star Trek Online. Hooray!
Star Trek Online's upcoming expansion firmly puts the focus on Star Trek: Voyager. Alongside returning to the Delta Quadrant, the Art team have had to tweak the ship's LCARS cutaway schematics to better suit their needs - giving us our best ever look at the inner workings of the Federation's finest Intrepid-Class ship.
Today is a good day for art! This amazing Klingon painting, depicting an eyepatch-wearing Klingon leader going into battle, comes from Star Trek Online concept artist Chris Legaspi. Check out more of our favorite epic Klingon art below.
Just days after a lightsaber-wielding flash mob invaded Bristol, a slew of Starfleet Officers descended upon London on to celebrate the release of Star Trek Online.
Star Trek Online? Iron Man 2 details? Mass Effect alien shagging? A new Sonic in 2D? Oh yes, friends. All this and more!
The Federation is trying desperately to maintain peace in a chaotic galaxy shattered by war. Violent Klingons and bizarre alien invaders threaten. Sounds like the earliest days of Star Trek, but this is the galaxy's future in Star Trek Online.
Like many of you, many of us are huge Star Trek fans. It not only shaped everyone's view of technology from a young age, it's arguably one of the driving forces of technology today. And now you can live it.
Today may be a bad day to play Star Trek Online. Turns out 99% of the Star Trek MMO's Klingon content will be PvP — which mean plenty of people may just pass on the game entirely.
The Secret Apprentice, Starkiller, is back, but we have no idea how. If it's because of love, we may have to unleash the Force on LucasArts. Also, check out the latest trailer and news from Star Trek Online. Spoilers below.
This is a Real Girlfriend. She's supposed to be attractive, sexy even. But running on a PC that can't handle the rendering, things go a bit Terminator 2. Other great gaming stories from this week:
Look, it's the box art from Star Trek Online (along with new screens and impressions)! Also read on for the latest infotainment regarding Diablo III, a Diablo clone, the Avatar game and, of course, Modern Warfare 2.
How can the Star Trek MMO, Star Trek Online, be planning on creating a whole universe based on the TNG/DS9/Voyager version of Trek, when Nero erased that timeline by traveling backwards? The MMO has released a handy chart to explain.
Curious what the much-anticipated Star Trek Online will contain? We were there to get all the answers at the Cryptic Studios panel at NYCC, and those answers may be very pleasing indeed.
The last couple of seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation seemed to be leading up to showing Ensign Ro Laren joining the crew of Deep Space Nine, orbiting her homeworld of Bajor. So I was sad when Michelle Forbes turned down the DS9 role. But now at last, Ro has found her rightful place on the former Terok Nor — at…
One of the frustrating things about the Star Trek universe is that it stopped moving forward at some point. Deep Space Nine, the Next-Gen movies, and to some extent Voyager created a whole tapestry of stories about the Cardassians, the Romulans and the Borg. And then it all ends with Future Janeway smushing the Borg,…
Click to viewWhat's the point of playing Star Trek Online if you're not going to get to explore green alien hotties? New game play footage of the Star Trek MMO premiered at the ST Convention in Las Vegas this weekend, and while the space shots are strikingly beautiful, the characters themselves leave much to be…