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Classic Star Trek games heading to GOG

Some classic Star Trek games are beaming down to GOG, giving fans a great way to revisit some oldies (but goodies). In celebration of Star Trek‘s 55th anniversary, GOG and Activision have teamed up to bring these games to the PC, updating them to work on modern devices.

GOG now has six Star Trek games, spanning different genres such as strategy or first-person shooters. The games were added to run smoothly on Windows 10, and some even have a working LAN multiplayer system. There’s a lot of different games to cover, so strap yourselves in, Trekkies.

Live long and prosper

Each of the six released games are offering a different experience and a chance to reunite with some beloved characters, with more on the way. Here are the six space adventures you’ll be able to download:

  • Star Trek: Voyager – Elite Force is a first-person shooter where you take dangerous missions upon the USS Voyager.
  • Star Trek: Elite Force II is the sequel to the first Elite Force game. The second entry in the series instead puts you on the Enterprise-E, where you take orders from Captain Jean-Luc Picard.
  • Star Trek: Hidden Evil is a third-person adventure game featuring original performers Patrick Stewart and Brent Spiner.
  • Star Trek: Away Team is an isometric tactical game influenced by games like X-COM.
  • Star Trek: Starfleet Command III is a simulation game where you can build a spaceship and lead it into battles.
  • Star Trek: Bridge Commander is a game that puts you into the captain’s seat with a crew awaiting orders.

You can pick up these games for $9.99 USD each directly from the GOG website. That’s not the end of Star Trek on GOG, however. Two more real-time strategy games are coming soon to GOG as well, Star Trek: Armada and Star Trek: Armada II.

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