Star Trek Online "Exploration" Trailer

Posted: January 5, 2010
Star Trek Online "Exploration" Trailer
Star Trek Online is the new MMO from the creators of City of Heroes, which combines on-the-ground away missions with space flight using the Enterprise and other popular Star Trek ships.

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Star Trek Online (PC)

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  • Spybreak

    You know I'd watch Star Trek on tv when it's on and I wasn't really interested in a Star Trek MMO but man I love the planetary exploration they've added. Reminds me of Spore's expansion (which I didn't get though).

    Posted: January 6, 2010 12:01 AM
  • kiohto

    Im really looking forward to this game, its something different from WoW, and I love Star Trek, while my friends were watching barney I was watching TNG

    Posted: January 5, 2010 7:36 PM
  • Major Power

    Was that DS9 at :37? I hope so.

    Posted: January 5, 2010 1:24 PM
  • paulbvarela

    crap .. now i want it. i thought it was nothing more then space ships that go pew pew pew, but now that i see that you can actually land on planets? i really want to play this

    Posted: January 5, 2010 1:23 PM
  • CaptFrederic

    I am a really, really, really big Star Trek fan. I own the entire series on DVD and intend to buy the Remastered Origional Series on Blu-Ray. The only thing that dissapoints me as a fan is usually how bad the Star Trek games are.

    The first Star Trek game that I felt ripped off on was Shattered Universe. That game was way too hard on the easiest difficulity setting. I really wanted to love this game, but as soon as I finished it, I took it back for credit at Game Stop. Ever since then, I have been really cautious about Star Trek games.

    The first good Star Trek game I've played was Elite Force when it was ported to the PS2. I never expected a Star Trek game to take place as a first person shooter, but it really worked for me.

    The other good Star Trek game was Legacy on the Xbox 360. I decided to rent this game because it wasn't perfect and I couldn't justified the $60 price tag at the time. In fact, I am still debating even buying it at an used $20 price tag at Game Stop.

    At PAX 2009 in Seattle, I tried the single player demo of Star Trek Universe. I was cautious with my expectations with the game, but after having one of the deveolpers walk me through the game and talk about it as I played, I fell in love with this game. I honestly feel this will be one of the best Star Trek games ever. It takes the qualities of Legacy and Elite Force and does them so well. And I am proud to say I will be one of the early adopters of the Collector's Edition when it drops on Febuary 3.

    Posted: January 5, 2010 12:23 PM