Die-hard “Star Trek” fans may remember the franchise’s very first game released in 1979, called Phaser Strike, for Milton Bradley’s Microvision. Though a far cry from any modern conception of gaming, Phaser Strike still retains the intrinsic relationship with the 1960s “Star Trek” and its vision of the far-off future, now ripe for nostalgia for everything from the early days of television to science fiction’s steady influence on pop culture.
- Captain Picard serenades with ‘Let it Snow’ (‘Make it So’)
- Say it with a USS Enterprise ring
- Spin the droidel for a geeky Hanukkah
- Eau My: George Takei treks out his own cologne
- ‘Star Trek’ transporter set is cosplay for bathrooms
Thirty-four years later, “Sta… [Read more]