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Anyone here play STO???

 

My username is Husker@Ashman7286, hit me up in game.


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Yup, I play every now and again. I've got a couple of 50's knocking about. 

 

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I'll add you next time i'm on.


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Shiny ^^


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Whats the online play like? I mean if you two played against each other, what sort if style game play is it?

Ive been a trek fan for a very long time but never played any if the games..

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It's pretty awesome. The multiplayer aspect is great, the instance play is really well designed and the questing... AWESOME! the stories are really well written and a lot of it has voice acting now. 

 

If you're a trekkie, you'll love it. There's so much nostalgia it'll give you a nerdgasm.


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I tried adding you as a friend but couldn't find your @handle.


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No idea mate, though when I added my bro he had to be online...


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Whats the online play like? I mean if you two played against each other, what sort if style game play is it?

Ive been a trek fan for a very long time but never played any if the games..

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Ground



Space

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=fDRxpuyElCM

 

These are both my video's. Gives you an idea of what the game is like.


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The 3rd person on the ground doesn't really appeal to me, i much prefer 1st person. Maybe you can change that though in game.

 

Space bit look awesome though, i might give it a go :D

Very much like Homeworld 2 that i got into a few years back.



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You can go into first person shooter mode in ground combat. 


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Though that's not all... they questing story lines are fantastic. If you play through all the quests you'll see some fantastic trek nostalgia. 


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