The North American Xbox One got its first MMORPG today, in the form of a two-year-old free-to-play Dungeons & Dragons PC game. Check out character creation and the opening tutorial for Neverwinter.
Set your phasers on stupid Trek reference, as Cryptic's Star Trek Online opens its free-to-play docking bay and invites the world inside following a brief subscriber-only period. To see what players get for free, hit up the official Star Trek Online web page.
It's no Neverwinter Nights, but the upcoming Neverwinter online game is still Dungeons & Dragons and it's still Neverwinter. So a first decent look at the game's engine since E3 (albeit via a rather cinematic trailer) is still in order.
Superhero MMO City of Heroes is killing its monthly fee with the advent of City of Heroes Freedom as the game transitions from subscription-based model to a new, free to play one.
Atari and Cryptic Studios have mounted a huge push for players in Star Trek Online, featuring a referral program, veteran rewards, a free demo, and an invitation to lapsed players of the three-month-old MMO to try it again for free.
Like the console version(s) of Cryptic's superhero MMO Champions Online, Star Trek Online is having a hard time making the leap from PCs to consoles, as if it were caught in some sort of temporal distortion field, Captain.
If you can't bring an Orion girl into your personal quarters, what good is Star Trek Online? Cryptic has plans to unlock more of the players' ship interiors for exploration, answering the prayers of role-playing STO subscribers across the universe.
Cryptic just couldn't resist using the Borg as its first big content update for Star Trek Online. After all, nothing can move the Borg! Wait, that's not right.
Welcome to the first weekly installment of the Star Trek Online MMO Log, a four-part weekly series, leading up to our review. In this first installment, I take my first steps, and lose a great deal of sleep.
With the game's launch just around the corner, the Star Trek Online beta test ends today as many things have before it - with a large-scale invasion by the Klingons.
Cryptic and Atari have announced the subscription rates for Star Trek Online, finally giving players an idea of the cost of playing the Trek-themed MMO, aside from sleep deprivation and a gradual loss of skin pigment.
Prepare to pick out your uniform, christen your starship, and boldly go where only closed beta participants have gone before, as Cryptic launches the open beta test for Star Trek Online.
Cryptic held a contest to develop names for three ship classifications in its upcoming Star Trek Online MMO, and the winners have been announced. The winners get the game and a special in-game title for their characters.
Star Trek Online isn't all phaser shootouts and epic space battles. You'll spend plenty of time exploring strange new worlds, seeking out new life and new civilizations, and boldly so.
Champions Online's Millennium City has been invaded by the Black Harlequin and his giant, murderous mecha-teddy, Clarence for the holidays. We're going to need bigger hugs.
GameStop has posted details on the Collector's Edition of Star Trek Online, featuring $30 worth of extra collectible Star Trek goodness in a brushed aluminum 3dX holography case.
Seeing more Star Trek Online ship combat is always nice, but when you call a trailer "Belly of the Beast" there had damn well better be bellies or beasts in it. Or beast bellies.
The second starship tactics video for Cryptic's Star Trek Online discusses power management, starship repair, and boarding parties.
Boldly go where only closed beta testers have gone before this January, when Cryptic launches the open beta test for Star Trek Online on stardate 63497.