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Iain

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  1. Well that's a pain. While I gave up on Discovery after season 2 I really enjoyed Lower Decks so I'll have to sail the high seas for season 3 of that. No chance I'm taking out another streaming subscription
  2. Is Paramount+ not due to be launched in Europe next year? If so Star Trek could possibly move to that.
  3. This nonsense just proves that there is still a market for physical media. Just wish we could get a proper blu ray release of DS9 now.
  4. The theatrical cut of Aliens has been added today.
  5. Ronald D. Moore did move from DS9 to Voyager but didn't have a good time and left very quickly. A little bit about it here. https://trekmovie.com/2008/06/21/exclusive-interview-ron-moore-fighting-the-trek-cliches/
  6. Just finished this and it's fine I guess. It does have that Star Wars feel, and returning blaster bolts with my lightsabre is probably the highlight of the combat mechanics. I didn't like the level design, and having to return through the entire level to get back to your ship is a chore rather than enjoying more combat. Didn't get all collectables during my playthrough and I have no urge to go back and get them. If a sequel came out I definitely wouldn't buy it at launch, would wait until it came down in price. Having more planets and smaller levels could help.
  7. A few years ago I was on the ferry from Larne to Stranraer. The captain spoke over the intercom to announce us arriving. As he finished he said his name and his surname was Kirk, so I can safely say that I have been on a ship with Captain Kirk.
  8. Definitely watch as close to Life Day as you can.
  9. I'm really looking forward to this, but only to see just how bad it will actually be.
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