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Yoostar Adds More Star Trek Scenes + YouTube Connectivity April 22, 2011

by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Games,TNG,TOS,Web , trackback

Last month we reported the release of Yoostar 2, the movie karaoke game that includes a couple of Star Trek scenes you can insert yourself into. Yoostar has released more Star Trek scenes you can add, including a Star Trek pack. They have also announced connectivity to share videos on YouTube. Details below, plus links to some fun versions of famous Star Trek scenes.


More Star Trek content for Yoostar 2

Yoostar 2 is a console game for the Kinect for Xbox 360 and the PlayStation® 3 computer entertainment system utilizing the PlayStation®Eye that is played on the user’s television and connects to the Internet, which was released last month. Yoostar 2 makes it possible for players to insert themselves into famous movie and TV scenes, and the basic game includes included 50 scenes, 2 of which are from Star Trek, plus there is a Enterprise D bridge set for "improv.". Yoostar has since released three new expansion packs, including one for Star Trek.

Star Trek one of the first three downloadable expansion packs

The Star Trek Scene Pack includes 5 scenes:

All are also available as individual scenes. In addition they have also added a new scene as a single clip:

The 5-clip Star Trek pack costs $7, or you can buy the individual scenes for $2 each at the Yoostore.

And this week Yoostar has announced the ability to share movies on YouTube. Using the free Yoostar Playground™ game on Facebook, you will soon be able to post your videos onto YouTube, along with a number of other new features for the Yoostar Playground.

The YouTube functionality hasn’t started yet, but you can check out some funny Star Trek scenes from the "Yoocrew" at the Yoostar Playground on Facebook, just click the images below.


"I like my species the way it is"

"Fight The Gorn"


Yoostar 2 Available now

Yoostar 2 is available at Amazon for both Xbox 360 (w/ Kinect) and PS3 (w/ Playstation Eye).  

The expansion packs are available at yoostar.com.


1. Harry Ballz - April 22, 2011


2. Jeyl - April 22, 2011

I can totally see JJ in that Best of Both Worlds scene when he tries to convince Worf how much of the Klingons are going to be changed.

3. Mikey1091 - April 22, 2011

Once again, no PC version equals no purchase for me. I know this is a platform specific app, but everything is moving away from the PC, or at least seems to be (yes there is STO and the upcoming DAC-mimic Infinite Space, but still).

4. Shannon Nutt - April 22, 2011

Mikey, the original Yoostar is a PC version. I’m waiting for the price to drop…it’s fun (I have the PC version, which makes you fuss around with a huge green screen), but not worth the price they ask for it. It still has glitches that need fixed…if anyone could perfect this system, it would be great – but as you can see from the clips, it’s still very hard to get the lighting/ghosting just right.

BTW, it’s a lot more fun to improvise your own lines than to use the original words! :)

5. cpelc - April 22, 2011

Is anyone else hoping we soon see Sheldon using this on the BBT?

6. Dr. Cheis - April 22, 2011

I wonder if you have to say “KHAAAAN” twice or if it repeats it for you?

7. Dr. Cheis - April 22, 2011

They don’t include the original music in the Gorn clip? LAAAAME

8. Let Them Eat Plomeek Soup - April 22, 2011


Yes. Me.

9. Trekman_Dave - April 23, 2011

@5 hell yes that would be great!

10. Mikey1091 - April 23, 2011

Wait…last I saw the original wasn’t a PC version. I looked. Maybe I didn’t see it.

11. Mikey1091 - April 23, 2011

Sorry for the double post, but when I said no PC version, I meant no PC version of Yoostar TWO. Yes, the original is PC, but two isn’t, THAT’S what I’m annoyed with. Plus the fact that second one has Trek stuff but the first one…well…doesn’t as far a I can tell. Hence why you can see that I’m a little peeved. Now if I actually HAD an xbox 360 or PS3, then I wouldn’t be complaining, but I don’t like those systems in the first place, which is the whole reason I don’t have either of them.

12. AdamTrek - April 23, 2011

This is the problem with technology in the commercial age. They release it when it’s not perfected. Could you imagine if Transporters were invented and the technology was available to buy at the same level as this “Yoostar”. We’d be all pixilated around the edges after transport, wearing the wrong clothes, and acting as if we wanted to there, but not really.


13. CmdrR - April 23, 2011

This has all the charm of other peoples kids and pets.
But,. for BBT, sure…

14. MJ - April 23, 2011

Given TNG ended like 17 years ago what is the point of this? The would be like Trivial Pursuit re-releasing the 1980’s edition this year. Snore!!!

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