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Cryptic lifts the lid on Star Trek Online

by Steven Williamson on 12 August 2008, 14:46

Tags: Star Trek Online, Atari (EPA:ATA), PC, Xbox 360, MMOG

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Cryptic Studios, the American developer of massively multiplayer online role-playing games, including City of Heroes and the upcoming superhero game, Champions Online, has revealed the first major details on its new and ambitious MMO based in the Star Trek Universe.

Star Trek Online was revealed to convention attendees and Trek fans from around the world who attended a live webcast event held in the Gene Roddenberry Theater. Cryptic’s Chief Creative Officer, Jack Emmert, was joined on stage by renowned Star Trek actor Leonard Nimoy, as he outlined the details of Star Trek Online.

“I spent many, many Saturday afternoons watching reruns of Star Trek and dreaming of its worlds. Leonard Nimoy helped inspire my imagination of what mysteries the universe might in fact hold,” said Emmert. “I’d like to think that very same imagination is what fuels my desire and drive as a game designer, pushing toward creating an MMO that is the ultimate Star Trek experience.”

Set in the year 2409, Star Trek Online will allow players to immerse themselves in the future of the Star Trek universe, exploring strange new worlds, seeking out new life and new civilizations in an ever expanding vast universe. Command a starship as a Federation or a Klingon Captain, outfit it with custom systems and recruit, train and mold a crew into an elite force for exploration and combat. Missions take players into thrilling space battle, planetside for face-to-face combat and even inside starships!

For more information regarding Cryptic Studios, to register for the Star Trek community or to view today’s webcast visit the official Star Trek Online site.

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Anyone watched the trailer? Its shocking….looks terrible.

Bridge commander looked better :eek: