Admit it -- when you first saw the trailers for Star Trek Online
, you started reading the opening monologue in your head. Or maybe that was just us. Either way, there's a lot of cultural weight and expectation going into the game, as you'd expect for a series with thirty-four years of fandom and material. With the doors open and more information becoming available
about the game, there's a lot of space (pun intended) for you to start filling in the adventures of the USS Whatever. Not to mention that launch is less than a month away, which always makes it that much more exciting.
On the other hand, the evaluations have not been uniformly positive. Early previews might give you the impression that the game isn't polished, or isn't focusing on the areas you really want to see from the game. Perhaps you feel burned by Champions Online
and worry that Cryptic
isn't going to be able to deliver a better experience this time. Or maybe you're one of the people who just hates Star Trek
for whatever reason. With a little less than a month to go, are you excited for Star Trek Online