When Q told Captain Picard that our little race fascinated him, he must have been talking about how we try to destroy each other in Star Trek ConQuest Online, the online Activision strategy game being shipped to stores today.
Hehe. Now we can all be Q-nipotent as we attempt to conquer the home planets of our opponents, other members of the Q continuum. Oh course we can't really be omnipotent, or there'd be no game. Instead, we can manipulate those pesky humans and use them as out pawn pieces. On a whim, we'll have access to all the Star Trek ships, characters and items from the TV shows to dispose of as we wish. We can make Jean-Luc Picard and Beverly Crusher kiss if we wanted (maybe). And we'll certainly be trading away that featherbrained Deanna Troy.
The online strategy game from Activision (Mech Warrior series) went gold on June 21st.
Each player in Star Trek ConQuest Online starts the game with 150 gamepieces. Additional pieces can be traded for or purchased.
The Q experience will cost Trekkies US$29.99--too bad money still exists.
Further information can be found at the official Star Trek ConQuest Online site.
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