Why it matters: September 8 is Star Trek Day, and GOG has partnered with Activision to celebrate 55 years of sci-fi media ownership, bringing half of the classic Star Trek games from the golden age to its platform.
On the Star Trek game page, you'll find six fan favorites, including Star Trek: Hidden Evil, Star Trek: Voyager - Elite Force, Star Trek: Away Team, and Star Trek: Bridge . Commander, Star Trek: Starfleet Command III and Star Trek: Elite Force II. Each game is priced at $9.99, and they are all said to run smoothly for the first time on Windows 10, although some initial reviews of Starfleet Command III show otherwise.
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All without DRM and all but the hidden evil of gamer support local multiples. System requirements shouldn't be a concern either, as it is now almost 20 years old and can easily use modern hardware. Designed by Gene Roddenberry, Star Trek aired on NBC on September 8, 1966. The first Star Trek video game was released shortly after 1971 as a script title written in BASIC. Since then, more than 100 games based on the franchise have been released on many platforms, not counting all the TV series and movies they've been with over the past 55 years.
GOG has at least two Star Trek titles in development that you can add to your wishlist: Star Trek: Armada and Star Trek: Armada II. We don't have a release date for these games yet, but they will be released on the "next date"
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