Get ready to boldly go where no one has gone before as Ubisoft announces a new Star Trek game bound for virtual reality headsets. It's called Star Trek: Bridge Crew, and it will be revealed during the publisher's E3 press conference Monday afternoon, June 13.
Microsoft's new roller coaster simulator, ScreamRide, will crash-land on Xbox One and Xbox 360 systems on March 3rd. But if you're the impatient type, I have good news: the demo will be available at midnight tonight.
Now that J.J. Abrams' second movie in the Star Trek universe, Into Darkness, has boldly gone into movie theaters, it seems only appropriate that Star Trek Online fire back with its first ever expansion pack, Legacy of Romulus.
The upcoming Star Trek video game features a new storyline set between the 2009 reboot and the soon-to-be-released Star Trek Into Darkness. A new trailer provides an overview of this tale, considered canon in the new Star Trek universe.
An epic feud begun more than 40 years ago continues today with the release of a brand new trailer for Star Trek: The Video Game. In it, Captain Kirk himself wages war against his long time nemesis, the evil Gorn. In the wise words of Sulu, “oh my.”
Namco Bandai has released the first making-of video for Star Trek's upcoming video game. In the video, Paramount senior vice president Brian Miller discusses how they've brought the reboot film series into a gaming series.
We've been hearing very little about 0×10^c from Markus “Notch” Persson. He's only blurted out tidbits of information every once in a while. It's supposed to be a hard-hardcore sci-fi game and the first test footage of this appellation-abomination looks like a failed Star Trek game from 1994.
Namco Bandai released a new trailer for Digital Extremes' upcoming Star Trek game at this year's GamesCom convention. The trailer features both Kirk and Spock engaged in some intense third-person combat, facing off against likely and unlikely foes as well as Spock putting some mean Vulcan moves to use on unsuspecting baddies.
Gameforge has ended their efforts to make a free-to-play, browser-based MMO based on Star Trek. The German publisher and developer said they were unable to find another company willing to help them bring Star Trek: Infinite Space to market. .
Namco Bandai released a new teaser trailer for Star Trek featuring some more gameplay and fast-paced, sci-fi action and adventuring. The trailer features Spock and Kirk running, gunning, and jumping out into the far reaches of space.