Now that the episodic HITMAN game is available on a single disk, we thought we would re-release the review we did of the entire series. The final episode concluded with an epic final level in Hokkaido, Japan that seemed like something out of a James Bond movie. But now gamers can pick up all six of them in one swoop. Should they?
Today, Perfect World Entertainment Inc., a leading publisher of free-to-play MMORPGs, and Cryptic Studios announced Star Trek Online: Season 12 – Reckoning is now available on PC. The update celebrates a very special milestone for the 100% free-to-play MMORPG based on the iconic Star Trek franchise, as the game celebrates its incredible 7th Anniversary. To commemorate this achievement, captains can experience a brand-new episode, featuring the debut of General Rodek, voiced by actor Tony Todd. Players will also complete daily missions to earn special rewards, including the new Lukari ship, which the community helped design last fall. Season 12 – … Continue reading Star Trek Online: Season 12 – Reckoning Now Available
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