Choose your path as the Captain of the Federation, Romulan Empire, or the Klingon empire, and fight for the victory of your race as many other threats arise!


Joe Lyford, Lani Minella





Cast overview, first billed only:
Leonard Nimoy ... Spock Prime (voice)
Zachary Quinto ... Emergency Medical Hologram Mark VI (voice)
Chase Masterson ... Leeta / Mirror Leeta (voice)
Denise Crosby ... Tasha Yar / Sela (voice)
Michael Dorn ... Worf (voice)
Tim Russ ... Tuvok (voice)
Garrett Wang ... Ensign Harry Kim / Keten (voice)
Robert Picardo ... The Doctor (voice)
Jeri Ryan ... Seven of Nine (voice)
Ethan Phillips ... Neelix (voice)
Kim Rhodes ... Jhet'leya (voice)
Lisa LoCicero ... Miral Paris (voice)
Robert Duncan McNeill ... Tom Paris (voice)
Aron Eisenberg ... Nog (voice)
Kipleigh Brown ... Kuumaarke (voice)

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Choose your path as the Captain of the Federation, Romulan Empire, or the Klingon empire, and fight for the victory of your race as many other threats arise!

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Did You Know?


L'miren: [an Iconian Flagship has just entered the area] This is the moment of your extinction.
Tiaru Jarok: [on the bridge] not today.
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References Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991) See more »

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Well Done... Almost.
26 February 2020 | by michael-04313See all my reviews

Star Trek Online is one of the best games I have had the opportunity to play. The graphics mostly are decent, the game play is good, but the best part of the game has to be the plot. The plot of the whole game is so well written that it encompasses the whole of the Star Trek universe, both past and present. Next best thing the game has going for it is the customization for both the player's character, ship, and crew. Endless options appear for the player, that is, if you have enough money with a steady income.

That brings in the first con to the game, the money grab notion that most companies are falling for these past few years. In order to actually stay on top of your enemies and assignments, a ship with decent speed and energy reserves is required, which can only be bought by ARC's zen in-game currency. There are ships rewarded to the player for being promoted, but besides those few ships it all costs an arm and a leg. Next con is occasionally the game mechanics won't work, resulting in the player being unable to complete a mission because a) a certain enemy didn't spawn b) an item cannot be picked up c) your bridge officers won't work properly etc.

To finish up, the musical score is well done, the map is extensive, the star ships look beautiful, and the game really makes you feel like a Starfleet officer (or whichever faction you decide to play as). There is much the game has to offer, if you have a deep pocket.

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2 February 2010 (USA) See more »

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Star Trek Online: Legacy of Romulus See more »

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