News BulletsBy Christian
April 19, 2000 - 6:05 PM
- Media Monster has sent out an updated schedule for the Back Stage Actorfest, a one-day expo for actors, which will also be attended by Majel Barrett-Roddenberry (Nurse Chapel, Lwaxana Troi).
- The Star Trek Communicator, the new instant multimedia messenger developed by RocketTalk we reported on yesterday, is now available for download.
- StarTrek.com is reporting about two new movies opening this Friday, both starring Trek alumni. 'Gossip' features Sharon Lawrence (Amelia Earhart, 'The 37's') as Detective Kelly, while 'Love and Basketball' features Alfre Woodard (Lily Sloane, 'First Contact') as Camille Wright.
- At the official web site of Decipher, publisher of the Star Trek Customisable Card Game, they've put up a card deck designed by Eric Johnfauno, who won the Indiana CCG Championships with it.
- Rohit Rao at 3DAccelerated has put up a review of 'Star Trek: Armada', awarding it a 3/5 and calling it "a standard RTS that just doesn't cut it when compared to games such as Age of Kings or Command and Conquer".
- According to the Flagship, the May 2000 issue of PC Gamer has a brief interview with Michael Dorn (Worf). In it, he is asked if he ever gets tired of being Worf. His answer: a concise 'no'.
- Interplay's official 'Star Trek: New Worlds' site has been updated with four new screenshots of their upcoming real-time strategy game. Thanks go out to Blue for this!
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