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Thomas Musick 2018-08-30
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Although the newer movies are not Star Trek enough for most die-hard fans of the series, there’s still a lot of love out there for the Trek heroes of yore.

In a new Android strategy game, you can play as some of the most legendary characters in the long-running sci-fi franchise’s history.

Star Trek: Trexels 2 is a free-to-play strategy game where you build a starship, fill it with members of Starfleet Academy, and go on adventures throughout the universe.

The “Trexels” moniker is a portmanteau of “Trek” and “Pixels,” since the art style of the game is very Super Nintendo-esque.

Check out this teaser trailer for the game here:

The trailer makes it clear that you can play as characters from all the popular series, including Captian Jean-Luc Picard, Admiral James T. Kirk, Vice Admiral Kathryn Janeway, Lt.-Commander Data, Benjamin Sisko, and even Commander Deanna Troi.

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Brad Patterson 2018-12-05
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We've been waiting a while for Star trek: Discovery to drop its second season, along with all the Enteprisey guest stars, for a while now, but the time has nearly arrived.

With that in mind, and with Christmas on the way, there is no better than than now to buy yourself a truck-load of Final Frontier-themed goodies.

Earl Grey Hot Mug, £10.50

The Ferengi Rules of Acquisition, £7.70

Forget books like What They Teach You in Harvard Business School, a real entrepreneur follows the methods of galaxy's best (and sneaky) businessmen.

Starfleet Academy Graduation Ring (Kelvin Universe), £36

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Phillip Willis 2016-07-23
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New York's Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum here in sweltering New York City has a new Star Trek exhibition running through until the end of October: the Starfleet Academy Experience.

As a cadet at the academy, a wide range of interactive exhibits allow you to diagnose injured Klingons in sick bay, set phasers to stun in security, investigate the unknown at the science station, and more.

At the conclusion of your training, the system says which part of Starfleet you'd be best at: are you captain material, or would you be better off as the next Mr. Spock?

I learned that I'm not really cut out for security, because phasers are actually hard to aim.

Gun-shaped guns turn out to be much easier!

For parents, the exhibit's various historical artifacts will probably be the most interesting.

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Lucas Castillo 2016-06-08
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This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Star Trek franchise and to celebrate, an interactive mobile museum documenting the science fiction property's legacy is set to debut in New York.

Star Trek: Starfleet Academy Experience will feature full-scale replicas of the interior of the fictional starship Enterprise, including the bridge, allowing visitors to sit in the famed captain's chair, the transporter deck and even the medical quarters.

The installation, designed by Austria-based EMS Entertainment, will be on display at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, and will also feature real world technologies such as Leap Motion, the wireless gesture interface system.

In addition to gesture interface, visitors will also get to sample a voice-activated display a concept pioneered by the '60s TV series , a simulation of the fictional medical Tricorder using an RFID sensor-enabled table, a phaser shooting game and even, yes, holographic displays.

Not all of the imagined tech and science from the series is made real in the exhibit, but the tech embedded in the installation is an encouraging reminder that our current reality isn't far off from what Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry imagined for the 23rd century.

Spanning 12,000 square feet at New York's Pier 86, in addition to the "Tech Trek" installation, visitors will also be treated to a 60-minute tour of the exhibit outlining much of the fictional history of The Federation, its starships and the greater Star Trek universe.

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Lillie Snow 2018-06-20
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In the wake of shocking allegations against Star Trek: Discovery’s showrunners, producer Alex Kurtzman recently took over the role of showrunning the latest Trek series’ sophomore season.

But according to multiple reports today, he’s just signed a new deal with CBS that could usher in multiple new Star Trek shows.

Hold on to your butts...

Variety reports that Kurtzman has inked a $25 million deal with CBS as part of a five-year plan to bring more Trek shows to TV in the wake of Discovery’s success.

According to the site, five series are currently in early development:

A teen-oriented series set at Starfleet Academy from Stephanie Savage and Josh Schwartz, the duo behind the recent Dynasty reboot and Marvel’s Runaways adaptation.

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Marie Haines 2018-06-20
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Both the Hollywood Reporter and Variety reported Tuesday that plans are afoot to bring multiple new Star Trek shows to life, with Alex Kurtzman at the helm as part of a new five-year deal (he is currently the main showrunner for Star Trek: Discovery).

Kurtzman is a longtime Trek veteran and co-wrote both the 2009 Star Trek film and its sequel, Star Trek into Darkness.

"There is a very short list of writer-producer-directors that every film and television studio wants to be associated with, and Alex and his Secret Hideout team are always at the top," David Stapf, president of CBS Television Studios, said in a statement sent to both news outlets and to Ars.

"His talent, taste, and ability to shepherd a successful project is unparalleled."

According to Variety, citing anonymous sources, the potential new shows are said to include:

A series set at Starfleet Academy from creators Stephanie Savage and Josh Schwartz.

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Timothy Guardado 2018-08-04
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Captain Jean-Luc Picard is to return, with Sir Patrick Stewart again to star as the iconic Star Trek character in a new series.

The show, as-yet untitled, will be made for CBS All Access, with Stewart confirming the news today on his Twitter account and in an announcement at the Star Trek convention.

Chatter of a potential return for the Picard character began earlier this year.

At the time, the only confirmed titles would be a new series based on the Wrath of Kahn movie, along with a series about the Starfleet Academy, and an animated series yet to be detailed.

However, the rumor mill pointed to Picard – and Stewart – being involved as well.

Picard took the helm of the Starship Enterprise in Star Trek: The Next Generation first in 1987, the second captain of the ship, and taking place 99 years after the first five-year mission detailed in the original Star Trek series.

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Ronald Breau 2016-06-06
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Borrowing some of the science fiction cool from the Star Trek franchise, Hewlett Packard Enterprise has unveiled a new commercial that weaves future concept technologies into the imaginary world of Starfleet.

In the one-minute spot, we're taken to an unnamed alien planet as a Star Trek Starfleet Academy instructor guides a group of cadets to a location where a holographic display assists the instructor as he describes "the machine," which is supposed to be a new way of computing.

I asked the company's representatives if "the machine" is real and, if so, what, exactly, it is.

I was given nothing concrete, only broad generalities about research into a new way of computing from Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

Nevertheless, as means toward imbuing the Hewlett Packard brand with a dose of sci-fi, this is a pretty albeit product placement-driven attempt.

The related film, Star Trek Beyond, debuts on July 22.

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Nicolas Yeager 2017-03-23
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The death of Captain James T. Kirk remains one of the saddest travesties in the history of the Star Trek franchise.

Kirk died not in glorious drop-kicking battle, but falling from a bridge—and worse, it happened in Generations, a 1994 crossover with The Next Generation that threw the Original Series crew overboard the same way Data tossed Dr. Crusher.

Starfleet Academy takes place at space-captain school, where cadet David Forrester (Peter Kluge) struggles to learn how to command his “crew” of fellow cadets.

In Klingon Academy, a young Klingon must help get to the bottom of a plan to take over the Klingon Empire while navigating debates over war with the Federation.

Besides Shatner (who enjoys more screen time than you’d expect), you get George Takei as Sulu and Walter Koenig as Chekov.

On the Klingon side, Christopher Plummer reprises his role as General Chang from Star Trek VI, and David Warner shows up as Gorkon for a few minutes.

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Carl Dechant 2018-06-19
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CBS is going where no man — er, network — has gone before.

According to a report from Variety, four new series set in the Star Trek universe are currently in development at CBS after prolific sci-fi screenwriter Alex Kurtzman signed a five-year deal.

Kurtzman will oversee the expansion of CBS’s Trek portfolio, which currently consists solely of Star Trek: Discovery.

It’s unclear how extensive CBS’s plans are for the Trek universe — if Disney’s Star Wars activity is any indication, we’re in for a lot of spinoffs — but we do know of four projects currently in the pipes.

There’s a series set at Starfleet Academy from the team of Stephanie Savage and Josh Schwartz (Gossip Girl, Runaways); a limited series based on the Wrath of Khan storyline, which was the subject of both Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan and Star Trek: Into Darkness; an animated series, with no further details available; and another limited series, also being kept under wraps.

Discovery debuted alongside CBS All Access, the network’s new streaming platform, in 2017.

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Mildred Billups 2018-08-17
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Star Trek: Discovery has been a huge success, which means that, after years of letting the TV side of the franchise lie low, suddenly network executives want more Star Trek.

As in, “fetch me Sir Patrick Stewart, so help me god” and “let’s make CBS All Access basically Star Trek 24/7” levels of more Star Trek.

We know at the very least that beyond Discovery there is the new Jean-Luc Picard series, as well as at least three other shows that are potentially in the works as part of a $25 million (£20 million) deal with producer Alex Kurtzman: an animated series, a long-rumoured spinoff focusing on the iconic character of Khan from the original series and The Wrath of Khan, and a young-adult-focused Starfleet Academy show.

A First Contact Show From the Alien’s Point of View

I recently pondered this idea after re-watching the early seasons of Deep Space Nine, which focused on the awkward bristling between Starfleet and the Bajoran government.

The former attempted to integrate the latter into official Federation membership in the wake of a brutal occupation by the Cardassians.

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Robert Flenard 2017-04-09

Before setting out to work on a VR project it’s important to hone in and focus on something specific as a core mission.

Or maybe your goal is to recreate something specific with an authentic representation.That last point — authenticity — is the goal behind Star Trek: Bridge Crew from Ubisoft and Red Storm and from everything I’ve seen thus far, they’ve absolutely succeeded.

The actual game doesn’t have any echo problems.The first time I played Star Trek: Bridge Crew at E3 last year I was blown away (it was named our favorite multiplayer game at the show) and it continued to impress us when we tried again at Gamescom later last year.

Last week at a visit to Ubisoft’s San Francisco office we got the chance to play it once again, but this time with three of the four chairs filled by the Upload team and we flew both the new Aegis and the original Starship Enterprise.The great thing about Star Trek: Bridge Crew is that even though it’s an incredibly faithful adaptation of what it means to be on the bridge with your team, it doesn’t actually require any prior knowledge of the show.

During the opening Starfleet Academy training I sat in the Tactical Officer’s chair, in charge of combat systems, defenses, and scanning operations, our editor-in-chief Tal Blevins was in the captain’s chair, and Upload’s video producer, Azad Balabanian steered the ship as the Helmsman.

The UI is much improved from the last time I saw the game with a more intuitive layout and clearly defined tasks for each area of the panel.All of the crew on the Aegis has a large display in front of them that has various touchscreen sections.

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0
Gary Wynn 2018-10-25
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We already know Discovery won't be the only Star Trek on air soon, as the announcement Thursday of a new animated series reveals, and the future of Star Trek at CBS becomes clearer.

And if newly publicly available trademark filings are any indication, those shows might include Star Trek: Destiny and Star Trek: Ceti Alpha V.

Some additional intriguing trademarks uncovered by sister site ComicBook.com include:

Each title (save for Reliant) has had two trademarks filed, one for digital media and "downloadable multimedia files containing videos relating to programs featuring drama provided via a video-on-demand service" (sounds like CBS All Access to me…) and a second for "Entertainment services, namely, a continuing multimedia series featuring drama rendered through the media of television, cable, satellite and broadband systems, and via the Internet."

The trademarks are each registered to CBS Studios Inc. (Disclosure: CBS is CNET's parent company.)

CBS did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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Michael Marcano 2019-05-16
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We now have our first look at Patrick Stewart in character as Star Trek: The Next Generation's Jean-Luc Picard since the film Star Trek: Nemesis back in 2002.

The image is a photo of a video clip shown at CBS' Upfronts presentation.

Upfronts are hosted by TV networks like CBS to show off the next season's slate of shows primarily to advertisers, but sometimes to press as well.

Press and advertising professionals who presented at the event shared the details on Twitter.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette TV critic Rob Owen described the brief scene in a tweet, writing that the clip featured "a Starfleet officer asking Jean-Luc, 'May I have your name, please, sir?'

The clip was brief, and fans looking to learn about the series won't find a whole lot to work from.

collect
0
Thomas Musick 2018-08-30
img

Although the newer movies are not Star Trek enough for most die-hard fans of the series, there’s still a lot of love out there for the Trek heroes of yore.

In a new Android strategy game, you can play as some of the most legendary characters in the long-running sci-fi franchise’s history.

Star Trek: Trexels 2 is a free-to-play strategy game where you build a starship, fill it with members of Starfleet Academy, and go on adventures throughout the universe.

The “Trexels” moniker is a portmanteau of “Trek” and “Pixels,” since the art style of the game is very Super Nintendo-esque.

Check out this teaser trailer for the game here:

The trailer makes it clear that you can play as characters from all the popular series, including Captian Jean-Luc Picard, Admiral James T. Kirk, Vice Admiral Kathryn Janeway, Lt.-Commander Data, Benjamin Sisko, and even Commander Deanna Troi.

Phillip Willis 2016-07-23
img

New York's Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum here in sweltering New York City has a new Star Trek exhibition running through until the end of October: the Starfleet Academy Experience.

As a cadet at the academy, a wide range of interactive exhibits allow you to diagnose injured Klingons in sick bay, set phasers to stun in security, investigate the unknown at the science station, and more.

At the conclusion of your training, the system says which part of Starfleet you'd be best at: are you captain material, or would you be better off as the next Mr. Spock?

I learned that I'm not really cut out for security, because phasers are actually hard to aim.

Gun-shaped guns turn out to be much easier!

For parents, the exhibit's various historical artifacts will probably be the most interesting.

Lillie Snow 2018-06-20
img

In the wake of shocking allegations against Star Trek: Discovery’s showrunners, producer Alex Kurtzman recently took over the role of showrunning the latest Trek series’ sophomore season.

But according to multiple reports today, he’s just signed a new deal with CBS that could usher in multiple new Star Trek shows.

Hold on to your butts...

Variety reports that Kurtzman has inked a $25 million deal with CBS as part of a five-year plan to bring more Trek shows to TV in the wake of Discovery’s success.

According to the site, five series are currently in early development:

A teen-oriented series set at Starfleet Academy from Stephanie Savage and Josh Schwartz, the duo behind the recent Dynasty reboot and Marvel’s Runaways adaptation.

Timothy Guardado 2018-08-04
img

Captain Jean-Luc Picard is to return, with Sir Patrick Stewart again to star as the iconic Star Trek character in a new series.

The show, as-yet untitled, will be made for CBS All Access, with Stewart confirming the news today on his Twitter account and in an announcement at the Star Trek convention.

Chatter of a potential return for the Picard character began earlier this year.

At the time, the only confirmed titles would be a new series based on the Wrath of Kahn movie, along with a series about the Starfleet Academy, and an animated series yet to be detailed.

However, the rumor mill pointed to Picard – and Stewart – being involved as well.

Picard took the helm of the Starship Enterprise in Star Trek: The Next Generation first in 1987, the second captain of the ship, and taking place 99 years after the first five-year mission detailed in the original Star Trek series.

Nicolas Yeager 2017-03-23
img

The death of Captain James T. Kirk remains one of the saddest travesties in the history of the Star Trek franchise.

Kirk died not in glorious drop-kicking battle, but falling from a bridge—and worse, it happened in Generations, a 1994 crossover with The Next Generation that threw the Original Series crew overboard the same way Data tossed Dr. Crusher.

Starfleet Academy takes place at space-captain school, where cadet David Forrester (Peter Kluge) struggles to learn how to command his “crew” of fellow cadets.

In Klingon Academy, a young Klingon must help get to the bottom of a plan to take over the Klingon Empire while navigating debates over war with the Federation.

Besides Shatner (who enjoys more screen time than you’d expect), you get George Takei as Sulu and Walter Koenig as Chekov.

On the Klingon side, Christopher Plummer reprises his role as General Chang from Star Trek VI, and David Warner shows up as Gorkon for a few minutes.

Mildred Billups 2018-08-17
img

Star Trek: Discovery has been a huge success, which means that, after years of letting the TV side of the franchise lie low, suddenly network executives want more Star Trek.

As in, “fetch me Sir Patrick Stewart, so help me god” and “let’s make CBS All Access basically Star Trek 24/7” levels of more Star Trek.

We know at the very least that beyond Discovery there is the new Jean-Luc Picard series, as well as at least three other shows that are potentially in the works as part of a $25 million (£20 million) deal with producer Alex Kurtzman: an animated series, a long-rumoured spinoff focusing on the iconic character of Khan from the original series and The Wrath of Khan, and a young-adult-focused Starfleet Academy show.

A First Contact Show From the Alien’s Point of View

I recently pondered this idea after re-watching the early seasons of Deep Space Nine, which focused on the awkward bristling between Starfleet and the Bajoran government.

The former attempted to integrate the latter into official Federation membership in the wake of a brutal occupation by the Cardassians.

Gary Wynn 2018-10-25
img

We already know Discovery won't be the only Star Trek on air soon, as the announcement Thursday of a new animated series reveals, and the future of Star Trek at CBS becomes clearer.

And if newly publicly available trademark filings are any indication, those shows might include Star Trek: Destiny and Star Trek: Ceti Alpha V.

Some additional intriguing trademarks uncovered by sister site ComicBook.com include:

Each title (save for Reliant) has had two trademarks filed, one for digital media and "downloadable multimedia files containing videos relating to programs featuring drama provided via a video-on-demand service" (sounds like CBS All Access to me…) and a second for "Entertainment services, namely, a continuing multimedia series featuring drama rendered through the media of television, cable, satellite and broadband systems, and via the Internet."

The trademarks are each registered to CBS Studios Inc. (Disclosure: CBS is CNET's parent company.)

CBS did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Brad Patterson 2018-12-05
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We've been waiting a while for Star trek: Discovery to drop its second season, along with all the Enteprisey guest stars, for a while now, but the time has nearly arrived.

With that in mind, and with Christmas on the way, there is no better than than now to buy yourself a truck-load of Final Frontier-themed goodies.

Earl Grey Hot Mug, £10.50

The Ferengi Rules of Acquisition, £7.70

Forget books like What They Teach You in Harvard Business School, a real entrepreneur follows the methods of galaxy's best (and sneaky) businessmen.

Starfleet Academy Graduation Ring (Kelvin Universe), £36

Lucas Castillo 2016-06-08
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This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Star Trek franchise and to celebrate, an interactive mobile museum documenting the science fiction property's legacy is set to debut in New York.

Star Trek: Starfleet Academy Experience will feature full-scale replicas of the interior of the fictional starship Enterprise, including the bridge, allowing visitors to sit in the famed captain's chair, the transporter deck and even the medical quarters.

The installation, designed by Austria-based EMS Entertainment, will be on display at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, and will also feature real world technologies such as Leap Motion, the wireless gesture interface system.

In addition to gesture interface, visitors will also get to sample a voice-activated display a concept pioneered by the '60s TV series , a simulation of the fictional medical Tricorder using an RFID sensor-enabled table, a phaser shooting game and even, yes, holographic displays.

Not all of the imagined tech and science from the series is made real in the exhibit, but the tech embedded in the installation is an encouraging reminder that our current reality isn't far off from what Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry imagined for the 23rd century.

Spanning 12,000 square feet at New York's Pier 86, in addition to the "Tech Trek" installation, visitors will also be treated to a 60-minute tour of the exhibit outlining much of the fictional history of The Federation, its starships and the greater Star Trek universe.

Marie Haines 2018-06-20
img

Both the Hollywood Reporter and Variety reported Tuesday that plans are afoot to bring multiple new Star Trek shows to life, with Alex Kurtzman at the helm as part of a new five-year deal (he is currently the main showrunner for Star Trek: Discovery).

Kurtzman is a longtime Trek veteran and co-wrote both the 2009 Star Trek film and its sequel, Star Trek into Darkness.

"There is a very short list of writer-producer-directors that every film and television studio wants to be associated with, and Alex and his Secret Hideout team are always at the top," David Stapf, president of CBS Television Studios, said in a statement sent to both news outlets and to Ars.

"His talent, taste, and ability to shepherd a successful project is unparalleled."

According to Variety, citing anonymous sources, the potential new shows are said to include:

A series set at Starfleet Academy from creators Stephanie Savage and Josh Schwartz.

Ronald Breau 2016-06-06
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View photosMoreHttps%3a%2f%2fblueprint-api-production.s3.amazonaws.com%2fuploads%2fstory%2fthumbnail%2f10843%2fhptrk2

Borrowing some of the science fiction cool from the Star Trek franchise, Hewlett Packard Enterprise has unveiled a new commercial that weaves future concept technologies into the imaginary world of Starfleet.

In the one-minute spot, we're taken to an unnamed alien planet as a Star Trek Starfleet Academy instructor guides a group of cadets to a location where a holographic display assists the instructor as he describes "the machine," which is supposed to be a new way of computing.

I asked the company's representatives if "the machine" is real and, if so, what, exactly, it is.

I was given nothing concrete, only broad generalities about research into a new way of computing from Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

Nevertheless, as means toward imbuing the Hewlett Packard brand with a dose of sci-fi, this is a pretty albeit product placement-driven attempt.

The related film, Star Trek Beyond, debuts on July 22.

Carl Dechant 2018-06-19
img

CBS is going where no man — er, network — has gone before.

According to a report from Variety, four new series set in the Star Trek universe are currently in development at CBS after prolific sci-fi screenwriter Alex Kurtzman signed a five-year deal.

Kurtzman will oversee the expansion of CBS’s Trek portfolio, which currently consists solely of Star Trek: Discovery.

It’s unclear how extensive CBS’s plans are for the Trek universe — if Disney’s Star Wars activity is any indication, we’re in for a lot of spinoffs — but we do know of four projects currently in the pipes.

There’s a series set at Starfleet Academy from the team of Stephanie Savage and Josh Schwartz (Gossip Girl, Runaways); a limited series based on the Wrath of Khan storyline, which was the subject of both Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan and Star Trek: Into Darkness; an animated series, with no further details available; and another limited series, also being kept under wraps.

Discovery debuted alongside CBS All Access, the network’s new streaming platform, in 2017.

Robert Flenard 2017-04-09

Before setting out to work on a VR project it’s important to hone in and focus on something specific as a core mission.

Or maybe your goal is to recreate something specific with an authentic representation.That last point — authenticity — is the goal behind Star Trek: Bridge Crew from Ubisoft and Red Storm and from everything I’ve seen thus far, they’ve absolutely succeeded.

The actual game doesn’t have any echo problems.The first time I played Star Trek: Bridge Crew at E3 last year I was blown away (it was named our favorite multiplayer game at the show) and it continued to impress us when we tried again at Gamescom later last year.

Last week at a visit to Ubisoft’s San Francisco office we got the chance to play it once again, but this time with three of the four chairs filled by the Upload team and we flew both the new Aegis and the original Starship Enterprise.The great thing about Star Trek: Bridge Crew is that even though it’s an incredibly faithful adaptation of what it means to be on the bridge with your team, it doesn’t actually require any prior knowledge of the show.

During the opening Starfleet Academy training I sat in the Tactical Officer’s chair, in charge of combat systems, defenses, and scanning operations, our editor-in-chief Tal Blevins was in the captain’s chair, and Upload’s video producer, Azad Balabanian steered the ship as the Helmsman.

The UI is much improved from the last time I saw the game with a more intuitive layout and clearly defined tasks for each area of the panel.All of the crew on the Aegis has a large display in front of them that has various touchscreen sections.

Michael Marcano 2019-05-16
img

We now have our first look at Patrick Stewart in character as Star Trek: The Next Generation's Jean-Luc Picard since the film Star Trek: Nemesis back in 2002.

The image is a photo of a video clip shown at CBS' Upfronts presentation.

Upfronts are hosted by TV networks like CBS to show off the next season's slate of shows primarily to advertisers, but sometimes to press as well.

Press and advertising professionals who presented at the event shared the details on Twitter.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette TV critic Rob Owen described the brief scene in a tweet, writing that the clip featured "a Starfleet officer asking Jean-Luc, 'May I have your name, please, sir?'

The clip was brief, and fans looking to learn about the series won't find a whole lot to work from.