This week, Fan Collective Unimatrix 47 looks at Star Trek Prodigy’s thirteenth episode of the first season. Dal and the Protostar crew find themselves in the middle of a classic Trek trope: the planet with the slightly inappropriate First Contact. However, despite the differences, the Enderprizians teach Dal a lot about faith.
This week, the TD crew discusses Star Trek: Prodigy’s fourteenth episode of season one. Dal and the rest of his crew try to find a way off an ice planet and run into none other than Vice Admiral Janeway. The TD crew has real thoughts on this episode.
Maze Blaze is an arcade shooter where players fight swarms of enemies while solving procedurally-generated maze levels that are dripping in neon lights and brilliant special effects. Those who miss old-school arcade action will find a lot to enjoy in these dazzling mazes.
This week, Fan Collective Unimatrix 47 looks at Star Trek: Prodigy’s twelfth episode of the first season. The Protostar encounters a dormant Borg cube, which could hold the key to shutting the Living Construct down. Despite Janeway’s misgivings, Dal decides to risk going aboard the Cube. What could possibly go wrong?
This week, the TD crew discusses Star Trek: Prodigy’s thirteenth episode of season one which takes us back to the TOS era and asks us to think about the nature of the Prime Directive and our inadvertent impacts on those around us.
Anyone looking for a relaxing puzzle adventure involving adorable trains and railroad type puzzles will enjoy Railbound, a title that starts off extremely easy and then ramps up the challenge as you play.
This week, Fan Collective Unimatrix 47 looks at Star Trek: Lower Decks tenth episode of the third season, which is also the season finale. In the wake of Project Swing By’s abject failure, the fate of the entire California class hangs in jeopardy. Freeman challenges Buenamigo to a mission race, pitting the Cerritos against Buenamigo’s automated ships. Will Mariner decide to come back? Will Starfleet retire the Cali class?
This week, the TD crew chats uniforms, Borg, possible outcomes, and eventually, all about Star Trek: Prodigy’s twelfth episode of season one. There’s also a surprise guest commenter toward the end of the video you won’t want to miss.
Witch Strandings is a unique combination of a video game walking type simulation and an adventure with a heavy emphasis on community building. This is not a title that everyone will enjoy, but for those who like the stranding-type genre, it offers a compelling journey.
After the animated series long hiatus, Star Trek: Prodigy makes its return with part two of its first season, and Fan Collective Unimatrix 47 takes a look at that eleventh episode. Dal and his crew make their way to the nearest Federation Relay Outpost in order to request asylum. However, things go awry when the caretaker attempts to download the Protostar’s logs. Our cadets manage to escape death, but what will these events mean for their journey to Starfleet?