Archive - Feb 17, 2011
German game company Gameforge is slowly approaching it's summer 2011 release date for the upcoming Trek title Star Trek: Infinite Space. Like we reported last year, the browser based free-to-play game will be set in the Deep Space Nine timeline and already has Trek alumni Mike & Denise Okuda on board. The latest news to come out of Karlsruhe is that composer Chris Hülsbeck is set to create the score. Hülsbeck is best know for his work on Turrican 2 and The Great Giana Sisters.
“This commission is a great honor, to work on a Star Trek product was a dream that has now come true,” Hülsbeck explains.
Ralf Adam, Gameforge’s Executive Producer, adds: “We are all very proud of being able to enlist such an outstanding artist. Chris Hülsbeck has decisively influenced a whole generation of computer games.”CONTINUE READING >>