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YouGamers: Star Trek Online First Look

YouGamers writes "When Cryptic announced that they had acquired the Star Trek license and were busy working on Star Trek Online while at the same time being busy developing their new superhero-MMO Champions Online, people were understandably nervous. Even Blizzard, sitting on all those money bags, seems unable to produce enough polished and entertaining content to keep the playerbase happy for a single MMO, how on earth a smaller developer would manage doing not one, but two major MMOs, more or less at the same time. Even if they'd share the underlying technology, the sheer volume of content, gameplay design, tweaking and testing would be mindboggling. " (PC, Star Trek Online)

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