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Editor's Word - 01/01/2006

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DALLAS - The "Star Trek" series, now relegated to video rentals and television reruns, plans to beam up some new video games later this year.

In an exclusive licensing deal announced this week with CBS Corp.'s CBS Communications Group, Bethesda Softworks LLC will publish Trek games for consoles, handheld systems and personal computers. Terms weren't disclosed.

Rockville, Md.-based Bethesda's first title will be "Star Trek: Legacy," where gamers can orchestrate space battles as a Starfleet admiral. A second game for handheld systems will let players control either Federation or Klingon forces.

Both are scheduled for release in September to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the franchise that introduced pointy-eared Vulcans and photon torpedoes.

2006 is truly year of the gamer, rejoice as we revel in our holy year!



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Smart. Nice find kingbob, and adds yet another reason for 2006 to be a spiffing good gaming year, once again hammering down all those upstart consoles :D

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