Star Trek Online Full PC Game
|Official Name||Star Trek Online|
|Platform (s)||Microsoft Windows, PC|
|Release date (s)||2010|
|Developer (s)||Cryptic Studios|
|Publisher (s)||Cryptic Studios|
|Distributor (s)||Perfect World Entertainment|
|Genre (s)||Massively multiplayer online role-playing, third-person shooter|
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Star Trek Online Download Free Full Game is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) developed by Cryptic Studios based on the Star Trek series created by the Star Trek author, Gene Roddenberry. The game is set in the 25th century, 30 years after the events of Star Trek: Nemesis. Star Trek Online is the first massively multiplayer online role-playing game within the Star Trek franchise and was released for the Microsoft Windows platform in February 2010. At launch, the game required a game purchase and a recurring monthly fee. In January 2012, it relaunched with a tier of free-to-play access available. After a public beta testing period, a completed version of the game was released for OS X in March 2014. Due to insurmountable technical issues with the platform, however, support for OS X ended in February 2016. By January 2014, the game had over 3.2 million accounts. It was later released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in September 2016.
Star Trek Online is set in the years 2409/2410, thirty years after the events of Star Trek: Nemesis. The alliance between the United Federation of Planets and the Klingon Empire has collapsed, and both sides are once again at war. The Romulan Star Empire continues to deal with the fallout of the loss of their homeworld twenty-two years earlier (as shown in J. J. Abrams' Star Trek reboot), while the Dominion rebuilds its forces. The Borg Collective has re-emerged as a major threat. Star Trek Online Free Download.
Each player is the captain of his or her own individual ship, utilizing any and all officers who have access to a ship, including the player's character. In keeping with naval tradition, anyone who commands a ship, regardless of his or her actual rank, is considered a de facto «captain». Currently, there are three factions available: Federation; Klingon; and Romulan, and players can create characters from any of these factions at level 1. Previously, Klingon characters could only be unlocked at and after level 25, and Romulan characters were not available. At around level 10, after the completion of their starting campaign, Romulan characters may choose to ally with the Federation or the Klingon Empire, which influences both their uniform styles and where they can travel (a Romulan character allied with the Klingon Empire could not go to Earth or Vulcan, for instance). Bridge officers have a separate progression, including the purchase of skills and equipment, and can be promoted to higher ranks by their ships' captains, up to the rank of Commander (Subcommander for Romulan characters). The Agents of Yesterday expansion, released in July 2016, adds a subfaction of the Federation with a character beginning in the 23rd century (the period of the original series), eventually being pulled forward into the game's «present» at the end of their starting storyline.
The game features references to several famous storylines, ships, and characters from various Star Trek television series. The story unfolds in the standard timeline established within the televised Star Trek series, mostly ignoring the events presented in Abrams' Star Trek reboot, which is set in an alternate timeline. However, it does follow the plot from the reboot — the destruction of Romulus — that is within the «prime» Star Trek timeline. One confirmed reference to Abrams' film was revealed when Zachary Quinto announced at the 2009 Spike TV Video Game Awards that he will be voicing dialogue during the game's tutorial. Leonard Nimoy is heard for all of the gameplay and exploration voice-over samples. Chase Masterson joined the game as «Holo-Leeta» in 2010. A mission in the Agents of Yesterday expansion briefly takes players into the alternate timeline. Star Trek Online Free Download PC Game.
The LCARS computer system dialog is voiced by a Majel Barrett impersonator.
Other Star Trek alumni have also returned to provide voicing for their earlier roles. Starting with the Legacy of Romulus expansion in 2013, Denise Crosby has voiced both the characters of Tasha Yar and Sela. Michael Dorn reprised his role as Worf later in the year. In February 2014, Tim Russ returned to the role of Tuvok. With the launch of the game's second expansion, Delta Rising, in October, Star Trek: Voyager actors Ethan Phillips, Robert Picardo, Jeri Ryan and Garrett Wang returned to voice their roles of Neelix, The Doctor, Seven of Nine and Harry Kim, respectively, for the game. In 2015, Aron Eisenberg, Robert Duncan McNeill, Lisa LoCicero and Kim Rhodes joined the game as Nog, Tom Paris, Miral Paris, and Lyndsay Ballard/Jhet'leya, respectively. In addition, Chase Masterson returned (this time as «Mirror Leeta»), and Kipleigh Brown appeared as «Administrator Kuumaarke» (a different character from that which she portrayed in the television series). The Agents of Yesterday expansion, released in July 2016 in anticipation of the 50th anniversary of Star Trek, featured Walter Koenig as Pavel Chekov; Chris Doohan filling in for his late father, James Doohan, as Montgomery Scott (a role he also plays in the fan series Star Trek Continues); Matt Winston as Daniels, the temporal agent from Star Trek: Enterprise; Vic Mignogna (who appears as Captain James T. Kirk in Star Trek Continues) as Admiral Isaac Garrett, a member of Starfleet Command in the 23rd century; and Joseph Gatt as Science Officer 0718, who appeared in Star Trek Into Darkness, the second film of the reboot series.
In Star Trek Online, each player acts as the captain of his or her own ship. Players are able to play as a starship, controlling the ship's engineering, tactical, and science systems by keyboard/mouse or using an on-screen console. Players can also «beam down» and move around as a player character in various settings with access to weapons and specific support and combat skills relating to their own characters' classes. The two combat systems are intertwined throughout the game: away-team missions feature fast-paced «run-and-gun» combat, while space combat stresses the long-term tactical aspect of combat between capital ships. Both are offered in concert with the Star Trek storyline and emphasize ship positioning to efficiently utilize shields during space combat, as well as the player's away team's positioning in consideration of flanking damage and finding various weaknesses to exploit during ground combat. Star Trek Online for PC.
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Cryptic Studios partnered with several retailers for distribution of pre-order copies. Each retailer had a version with unique and exclusive content, such as a Borg Bridge Officer (Amazon), a classic Constitution-class starship (Gamestop), Sniper Rifle (Target), Chromodynamic armor (Steam), 500 bonus skill points (WalMart), Neodymium deflector dish (SyFy), or a Tribble/Targ pet (Best Buy). All versions of the game came with access to the Open Beta and Head Start launch date. These are on a limited basis, but may still be found after launch, depending on stock. At launch, Cryptic allowed single accounts to apply multiple retail keys, adding multiple pre-order benefits to their current account (without the free month of play that came with the title). Most of the pre-order benefits are now available through the Cryptic Points store without purchasing a retail box or adding time to an account.
In addition, the code for a «Wrath of Khan» Admiral's uniform is included in the DVD release of «The Best of Star Trek: The Next Generation Volume 2» and the Blu-ray release of "Star Trek: The Original Series — Season 3."
Also, Cryptic partnered with Del Taco to offer codes with collectible cups (Macho size drinks) that come with a Type 8 Shuttlecraft non-combat «pet», as well as two days of trial time per code that allow a total of 10 days of trial play time when a player uses all four available codes.
On February 25, 2010, Atari announced that they would be reducing the cost of Star Trek Online on their online store by $10 and including an extra sixty days of free game time, as a limited time offer that expired on March 3, 2010.
The game has adopted a hybrid free-to-play model as of January 17, 2012; the free-to-play tier ended the sale of the Star Trek Online retail box at stores as well as unused retail codes. Players on a subscription can continue as a Gold Class player, receiving a monthly allowance of ZEN, a higher cap of Energy Credits, and other perks not offered to Free-To-Play users in the Silver Class. Non-payment of the subscription fee changes the account to Silver Class until the subscription resumes. Lifetime Players can receive Gold Class benefits (including the monthly allotment of ZEN) without paying the monthly subscription fee.
Star Trek Online has received mixed reviews, garnering a 66 on Metacritic. GameSpot praised the game's space combat as entertaining, but found the other aspects of the game to be «bland and shallow». MMOify's reviewer reviewed the game favorably but criticized many aspects of gameplay, including «poor voice acting» and repetitive quests. An IGN reviewer described the game experience as feeling like «two games» which did not mesh together well, and although visually it was «quite a gorgeous game», found much of the gameplay to be repetitive in nature.
On January 4, 2011, Massive Online Gamer announced that Star Trek Online won Best New MMO of 2010 in its Reader Choice Awards 2010. Star Trek Online Download Torrent.
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