Six classic Star Trek games have come out on GOG.com

Six classic Star Trek games have come out on GOG.com

The good news comes for fans of Star Trek games who can remember or play for the first time some of the titles that came out in the late '90s and early 2000s and without any problems about running on modern computers. Namely, on the occasion of the 55th anniversary of Star Trek, GOG.com and Activision decided to celebrate this anniversary with six games that are adapted for modern operating systems. They say the games run on Windows 7, 8, and 10.

Chronologically, the first on the list is Star Trek: Hidden Evil, which came out in 1999, and it is an adventurous title that continues the events from the Insurrection movie.

Fans of shooters must have heard at one point about Star Trek: Voyager - Elite Force that came out in 2000 and took us to the Borg Cube. This title garnered positive reviews in almost all fields and later came with the PC version on the PlayStation 2, but that port was not as good as the original.

Then there’s the 2001 Star Trek: Away Team. This title is more oriented towards fans of tactics because it is a tactical title that draws inspiration from XCOM.

In 2002, we had the opportunity to sit in the captain’s chair in Star Trek: Bridge Commander and take charge of the entire ship to ourselves while experiencing various space adventures.

A little later that year, Star Trek: Starfleet Command III came and took us to the neutral zone and provided the opportunity for tactics by playing as a Federation, Klingon, or Romulan Empire.

A year later, in 2003, we had the opportunity to play the sequel to Elite Force, or Star Trek: Elite Force II, in which we once again showed who is in charge when it comes to shooting. Although the game did not receive as many positive reviews as its predecessor, this title was not even commercially successful, so it was also the last Star Trek game released by Activision.

Fans of strategic Star Trek titles will later be able to play Star Trek: Armada and Star Trek: Armada II later, which will come a little later, and you can buy all the mentioned games for $ 11.85 on GOG.com.

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