Spock to voice Star Trek Online tutorials

The one off the new film, not Nimoy. 

The man who played Mr Spock in the recent Star Trek movie is to lend a hand with the new videogame.

The announcement was made at the Spike TV Video Game Awards (as watched by Kotaku). Zachary Quinto, as he's called in real life, will be "teaching fans how to explore the Star Trek Online universe, improve their characters, attain higher ranks, and succeed in space combat".

Star Trek Online is due to launch in Europe on 5th February. Visit the gamepage for all the latest info.

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