Why wont someone just make a star trek game with a free roaming prospect... where your not told where to go and ur the adventurer but with landmark areas to get to to activate missions like sid mieers pirates as an example with all the ships and some sort of ship upgrading, ranking and purchasing system. i played a flashtrek startrek game the other day that was quite good... poor graphics but the gameplay and the idea behind the game worked well..... simply putting someone in a ship and letting them travel around, fight , trade conquer planets and build fleets and it was more fun than any star trek game ive come across and iv played alot of them!!!
I am announcing a fan made star trek game project which is re-creating all the original series episodes into adventure game format the project can be found at www.startrekadventures.com/yearone the first demo is ready based off the episode of Arena
Winn was highly approved of by several members of the DS9 production staff. \"Don't you just hate Kai Winn\" Robert Hewitt Wolfe rhetorically asked. \"She's just another member of our beloved dysfunctional family.\" (Captains' Logs Supplemental - The Unauthorized Guide to the New Trek Voyages, p. 97) David Weddle agreed, \"Kai Winn is a woman you love to hate. What a great villain.\" (Cinefantastique, Vol. 30, No. 9/10, p. 59) \"It was interesting to have her there,\" Director Winrich Kolbe commented about Louise Fletcher. \"This has nothing to do with her personality, but what she comes up with is the banality of evil. She doesn't go around gritting her teeth and chomping at the bit. The evil is underneath. She's a very normal evil person.\" (Captains' Logs Supplemental - The Unauthorized Guide to the New Trek Voyages, p. 75) Director and Worf actor Michael Dorn noted, \"Louise Fletcher, I like working with her.\" (Cinefantastique, Vol. 32, Nos. 4/5, p. 93) Jeffrey Combs offered, \"She's just very gracious and very friendly, I mean as the character, and certainly as a person.\" (Cinefantastique, Vol. 29, Nos. 6/7, pp. 60-61) Damar actor Casey Biggs similarly referred to Kai Winn as a \"great\" recurring character. (Cinefantastique, Vol. 32, Nos. 4/5, p. 78) Fletcher herself accepted with amusement the recognition that came with appearing as one of Star Trek's guest stars. Members of her family liked her in the role. Her children, who were Star Trek fans, believed it was all a lot of fun. Her brother, a former minister, thought it was \"the cat's pyjamas.\" (Cinefantastique, Vol. 27, No. 4/5, p. 101)
NC (VO): I mean, this \"new generation\" isn't a \"new generation\", the evil thing chasing them, we have no idea what it is, that creepy star face...Ew! I mean, why is this even called Care Bears 2 It's in no way continuing the story from the last movie! They're just changing it halfway through, and all the little kids are praying their parents are gonna know what's going on, but, fuck it, we don't have a clue! It's like doing Lord of the Rings and as soon as you hit The Two Towers, the author's like...
NC (VO): No, they go to get the key from around his neck, as he keeps changing shape as he snoozes. Any logical person would just squash the bastard while he's a frog, but (cutesy voice) that wouldn't be caring enough! (normal) But the plan backfires as he banishes all the Care Bears into little red crystals. The kids show up and see the evil he's done, Christy included. And the caretakers show up as well. 1e1e36bf2d