Star Trek Online: Future Past, Part One Trailer


I used to be addicted to World of Warcraft, and then I gave it up so that I could play more than one game all day long. It’s a great game, by far one of the best, but I needed to try more things. I’ve dabbled a little with other MMOs, like Age of Conan, Star Wars Galaxies or D&D Online, but none of them had the right polish or hook to hold me. And now there’s this… Star Trek Online. I’m *not* a huge Trekkie; I like the movies and the shows but haven’t seen every episode, but there’s something about a cool, familiar sci-fi MMO that’s appealing. Plus, the starship battles look frickin’ sweet. Take a peek:

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It is the year 2409 and mankind is once again at war. Thirty years have passed since Cpt. Jean Luc Picard thwarted the genocidal efforts of the Romulan Praetor, Shinzon. The Alpha quadrant has gone through radical changes. The balance of power has shifted. Long-standing treaties have dissolved. The shadow of war has fallen upon all.

Find out what changes three decades have wrought to the Star Trek universe through this in this Future Past: Part One video developer diary, along with whether the great factions of our future Federation, Romulan and Klingon now vie for supremacy or survival. Watch and discover what adventures await in Star Trek Online, the massively multiplayer game from Cryptic Studios and Atari!


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  2. For awhile,I believed i was concerned Star Trek was a passing away franchise. Then JJ Abrams came along. Nice touch. The scene with kid Kirk was a touch too quirky in the movie, although it was awesome in the movie trailer. Star Trek XI breathed new life into this favorite Roddenberry universe. I’d like to see all of this Enterprise cast come back for more outings. I spent my youth with the original series. Heck, my father got us a color TV just so we could view Star Trek each and every Friday evening. These days, I’m stuck on these new famous actors. In MHO, they have breathed life into their characters and made them their own. I, for one, am getting excited about more.