Update: The dilithium store’s overpriced costume wear (already 9 times higher than anything else) got a small 15% discount when the changes were pushed live to holodeck this morning. Update 2: Well so much for that – the discount came from our dilithium min discount. Grrr. Thanks to Ross (@khamseen_air) for pointing that out. [sarcasm] Yeah, NOW I’m going to buy something [/sarcasm] If vanity items … Continue reading This has to be a mistake… $50 for a character-bound costume?
Update (1): We’re getting reports of people not having/ or have been unsubscribed to the emails associated with this and other promotions. See the bottom of this post for instruction on how to check your subscriptions status. Update (2): PWE Response originally published on MassivelyOP. Update (3): No news on the criteria, and any assumptions previously made about criteria I’m now throwing out the window. Some … Continue reading Why some people didn’t get the Latinum-plated T6 Grand Nagus Marauder. Unsubscribe is deadly.
This morning Star Trek (CBS/Paramount) released an official set of guidelines outlining the do’s and don’ts of what constitutes fan film productions. Largely produced to counter what the owners of the IP likely see as profiteering by Axanar Productions, the list of guidelines counters Axanar’s efforts on every front while effectively ending hour-long episodic formats used by other fan film producers. Does this mean an … Continue reading Star Trek Official Fan Film Rules Released, thanks Axanar!
Update: Mac users with questions/concerns can contact support directly. Laughing Trendy has been on the Reddit forums to help mitigate some of the concerns. Comment from discussion LaughingTrendy’s comment from discussion "STO Mac Client discontinued". After years of lack-luster support and frequent update issues, Perfect World Entertainment announced this morning that they will be discontinuing support for the native Mac client for Star Trek Online. As of … Continue reading MAC client support to be discontinued for Star Trek Online: First Rule of Acquisition Applies