New Star Trek VR Game ‘Star Trek: Dark Remnant’ Arrives At Dave & Buster’s

Folks looking for some more Trek VR action might want to head on over to Dave & Buster’s, the chain of adult oriented combination arcade, bar, and restaurant. They have a new exclusive Star Trek VR game set in the Kelvin timeline. Developer VRstudios sent out a description today.

Star Trek: Dark Remnant puts you in control of the U.S.S. Galileo, Starfleet’s latest and most advanced stellar research vessel, accompanying the U.S.S. Enterprise on a routine mission to evacuate a stellar observatory located in the middle of the Klingon Neutral Zone and learn more about the decaying neutron star it orbits. When the neutron star collapses prematurely it leaves the Enterprise incapacitated. It’s now up to YOU to protect her from stellar debris – and the unwelcome arrival of a Klingon ship out for vengeance.

With several completely different endings combined with other elements of variability, including subtle differences in gameplay, randomized player characters, and dialogue that responds real-time to your performance, Star Trek: Dark Remnant is never the same experience twice. You might even observe the fate of a poor redshirt ensign!

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Players will encounter awe-inspiring vistas from their stations on a special research-observatory style bridge and will have a front row seat for dynamic and thrilling flybys of both the Enterprise and a Klingon Battlecruiser. The action will be controlled through a sleek and special virtual interaction device that enables players to control the Galileo’s phasers, deflector shields, and sensors.

Dark Remnant is now available at 122 Dave & Buster’s locations across North America.

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What the hell is Dave and Busters

“I don’t know who that is . . . And I don’t care to find out!”

Chuck E Cheese for the over 21 crowd, that actually has descent food.

Better prizes too

Not descent food. It’s terrible

An arcade for adults.

“Set phasers to fun” lol!

Sadly I think we’re only getting more Kelvin verse stories in video game format from this point.

You know it’s a great game when it goes straight to Dave & Busters!

They only did that because they’re using the skin and engine that the original Kelvin-verse game used. I wouldn’t look at that as any kind of sign. I’m expecting the next console game (whenever the hell that happens) to be based in Discovery’s universe or if this new Picard series takes off it will be based as post Voyager game with the look of the new show. Now that CBS is making new content, it’s just logical that any real game would follow that aesthetic.

No, I just meant I don’t think we will see anymore Kelvin movies and the only medium of this universe might just be in game form (and I guess more comics too). Obviously could be wrong but that’s what I’m talking about. I wasn’t saying we wouldn’t see video games of the other shows or films. That would be crazy if we weren’t.

Star Trek Bridge Crew has the TOS bridge and recently added the TNG bridge as well as missions involving Romulans and the Borg. And a recent update lets you play it in VR or on a traditional TV.

I haven’t been to Dave & Busters for years. This might be a reason to head back there. But I’d have to convince the better half. That will be a task!

This might be the first Trek VR game I get to play


“a stellar observatory located in the middle of the Klingon Neutral Zone”

Can you imagine the negotiations must have taken place to allow that to happen?

What did we allow the Klingons to put in the neutral zone in exchange? Staging grounds for an invasion?

They still piss about S31 and it’s plan to start a Klingon war against them and the destruction of praxis

Why would anyone spend money on the Kelvin timeline (which is basically dead) and not prime? Was it a bargain?