The final frontier has a new owner. As reported by Airlock Alpha, Cryptic Studios, producers of the MMORPG Star Trek Online, has been sold by game developer Atari to the Chinese company Perfect World. The sale price is $50.4 million. Atari picked up Cryptic in 2008. STO launched early last year.Continue
Dungeons & Dragons will enter the realm of multiplatform downloadable video games when Daggerdale debuts this spring. The game from Bedlam and Atari will be available for Xbox LIVE, PlayStation Network and PC download, and is described as an action roleplaying game with single-player and four-player coop gameplay. This follows news of a new online […]Continue
‘Star Trek’ fans are getting the chance to redesign science fiction’s most iconic space vessel.
CBS and Intel are working with ‘Star Trek Online’ developer Cryptic Studios to let players submit designs for the next generation of the starship Enterprise.
Cryptic Studios, the developers of Star Trek Online, are bringing the fantastical city of Neverwinter from the Dungeons & Dragons Forgotten Realms campaign setting back in an all-new online roleplaying game for the PC platform. Neverwinter, due out in the fourth quarter of 2011, will update the classic BioWare/Infogrames RPG Neverwinter Nights and will tie […]Continue
Hasbro is suing Atari over its license to make computer games based on the Dungeons & Dragons brand, which it owns through its subsidiary Wizards of the Coast. The toymaker claims Atari violated its licensing agreement when it sold its European arm to Japanese game maker Namco Bandai, a competitor in that region. Wizards also […]Continue
Zachary Quinto, Sylar from Heroes and young Spock in the new Star Trek movie, announced Saturday at Spike’s Video Game Awards that he will be the “voice” of Atari’s upcoming roleplaying game, Star Trek Online. The game takes place in the 25th century, long after the time frame of the recent movie that rebooted the […]Continue
The official website of Star Trek Online has relaunched today with a new design and a first look at the game’s striking box art. The online RPG, due out Feb. 2, is priced at $49.99. Subscription pricing has not been announced. PC system requirements were revealed last week. Closed beta testing of the game, which […]Continue
Courtesy of Kotaku, here are the PC system requirements for Cryptic’s Star Trek Online, set for release Feb. 2 in North America and Feb. 5 in Europe. System Requirements OS: Windows XP SP2 / Windows Vista / Windows 7 (32 or 64-bit) CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo 1.8 Ghz or AMD Athlon X2 3800+ Memory: […]Continue
Cryptic Studios and its parent company, Atari, have confirmed that their MMO Star Trek Online will be released Feb. 2, 2010, in North America. The European launch will follow on Feb. 5, the companies told Eurogamer. This will put the game’s release safely ahead of the end of Atari’s fiscal year. Closed beta testing of […]Continue
The Associated Press has a report this morning on Champions Online, the other online roleplaying game in development from Cryptic Studios and published by Atari. The one that’s not Star Trek Online. The article focuses on how players will be able to create their own superheroes, rather than play established supers like Superman or Spider-Man. […]Continue