This summer Gameforge will release their free browser game Star Trek Infinite Space. To build excitement they have been releasing a number of 3D ship renders and today TrekMovie has an exclusive first look at the latest one. Check it out below
Two weeks ago Atari announced they were going to sell Star Trek Online developer Cryptic, and now they have found a buyer. Today it has been reported that Chinese gaming giant Perfect World will be be buying Cryptic for $50.3 million. Details below.
To get you ready for their upcoming browser game Star Trek: Infinite Space," Gameforge has released a Klingon language lesson video. Watch it below.
Star Trek is returning to the world of CCGs (collectible card games) for the first time since Decipher departed in 2005. This summer Bandai will release their first Star Trek CCG (or as they call it "Deck Building Game") – and it is based on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Details below plus previews of some of the cards.
While there has been some concern regarding the sale of Cryptic announced earlier this week, the Star Trek Online game developers continue to move forward with new additions to the game. This week they added new fighters, check out a video feature on those below. Plus STO’s Executive Producer has outlined plans for July’s Season 4 and offered more encouragement about the future of the game.
Today Gameforge has revealed another 3D model preview of one of the ships for their upcoming browser-game Star Trek: Infinite Space. Check out the 3D Klingon K’Tinga ship below, along with some more videos from Gameforge at FedCon XX.
It looks like the 2 1/2 year relationship between game publisher Atari and Star Trek Online developer Cryptic is over. Atari has announced plans to "divest" from Cryptic and confirmed with TrekMovie that they will continued to support Star Trek Online while they look for a buyer for Cryptic. Details below
Today Cryptic has announced the winner (and runners up) of the Design the Next Enterprise Contest. Check them out below, plus a video showing off Star Trek Online’s new Section 31 uniforms. All that plus the latest STOked podcast.
FedConXX may be over, but we’ve got an in depth look at couple of the exciting new things we saw at this year’s convention. TrekMovie got a video interview and sneak peek of the new free-to-play browser based game, Star Trek: Infinite Space. Plus we interviewed the artist behind Canvas Warriors, the company designing custom, hand-painted Star Trek & sci-fi themed Chuck Taylor shoes, hoodies, bags, and even jewelry.
In 2009 USAopoloy released the Monopoly: Star Trek Continuum Edition board game, and in late 2011 they return to the Trek universe with a "Klingon Collector’s Edition." Details below, plus find out how you can help design the game.
Time to check in with the two big Star Trek computer games, Star Trek Online and the upcoming browser-game Star Trek: Infinite Space. Cryptic has added the Oberth class to STO, check out a video below. Plus there are new comments from the producer of Star Trek: Infinite Space promising an authentic Deep Space Nine experience.
This summer HeroClix will release their new "Star Trek: Expeditions" board game, based on the 2009 Star Trek movie. We have lots of details, pictures and a demo video for this new "cooperative game" which has already been getting some buzz in the gaming world.
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.
Time again to catch up on what’s going on with Star Trek Online. Firstly this weekend Cryptic is offering a tax relief sale on all C-Store items and lifetime subscriptions. In addition, Cryptic has also launched their Foundry player generated content function and new added Bajoran militia uniforms. We have video promos for both of those plus more of the latest on Star Trek Online.
This summer Gameforge releases their browser game Star Trek: Infinite Space. Today the game publisher provided us with a new Q&A with Star Trek consultants Mike & Denise Okuda, along with some screenshots of the free to play role playing game.
The first episode of the web series Mortal Kombat Legacy, featuring Star Trek Voyager’s Jeri Ryan as Sonja Blade, debuted today. Watch it in full below.
In 2008 WMS Gaming rolled out their first Star Trek slot machines, which are currently in casinos across North America. Now they have a brand new slot machine called "Star Trek: Battlestations" which allows players to work together. Check out some exclusive shots and a new video showing off the game.
It is time once again to check in with the world of Star Trek gaming. First up we have recent video interview giving more details on Star Trek: Infinite Space, the upcoming browser game, along with some in game screenshots. And for Star Trek Online, Crytpic have released a new original series bundle that allows you to play the game old school. All that and more below.
Yoostar 2, the new "movie karaoke" game for Playstation 3 and XBox 360, was released this week. And to promote it Yoostar has put out some demo scenes starring Jay Baruchel (She’s Out of Your League). See below for his take on the "Trouble with Tribbles" scene from the original Star Trek.
Today we have a quick Star Trek gaming update. First up Gameforge has announced that Chris Hülsbeck will be scoring their browser-based game, and they provided a clip of music from the game. Listen to it below, plus check out some recent Star Trek Online videos and updates.