Another overdub. Awkward.
Results tagged “Star Trek”
Coming in July 2010. A seemingly actual product.
He filled out his 2010 census form.
Sounds like the game's got a lot going for it. Just needs to be polished a little more.
The Ships: You could put any avatar in a Star Trek uniform and suddenly they're a Starfleet officer. The real characters in Star Trek Online are the ships. Star Trek Online's starships are gorgeous creatures, lovingly rendered with painstaking attention to detail, and given to the players, who can then mix and match parts from several different styles to create their own personal star-spanning ride.
I love my ship more than I love some of my pets.
Oh my god. Can't stop laughing.
It's apparently an exercise in dubbing random phrases to lip sync a video clip.
Take that Star Trek.
In fact brilliantly designed (except for the fact that it's a little too easy to override the safety protocols, and, you know, die), but none of the movies ever addresses what anyone who's ever thought seriously about holodecks knows: Given that it's hard enough to get some MMORPG players today to take care of their basic bodily needs with Cheetos and moist towelettes, what's keeping the entire population of the Federation from queuing up the "Roman orgy" recreation, stepping into a holodeck, and never ever coming out again? If you say "they have to eat," allow me to introduce you to the magic of the food replicator.
So says Ron Moore (creator of the redux Battlestar Galactica).
Moore then went on to describe how a typical script might read before the science consultants did their thing:
La Forge: "Captain, the tech is overteching."
Picard: "Well, route the auxiliary tech to the tech, Mr. La Forge."
La Forge: "No, Captain. Captain, I've tried to tech the tech, and it won't
Picard: "Well, then we're doomed."