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Submitted by Pozzle 1087d ago | preview

E3 2012: Star Trek (2013) Hands-Off Gameplay Demo Impressions | BlisteredThumbs

BT writes: If nothing else, the game does have a strong grip on its license (though the lack of McCoy joining in on the away mission striking this long time Trekkie as wrong but that is just my own personal hang-ups and not something to be held against the developers, especially since it is in line with the 2009 movie) and there are worse things that a licensed game can be than ‘competent yet familiar’. At the very least, the demo left me feeling fairly hopeful that the game’s developer’s Digital Extremes will be successful in ultimately giving players an experience that remains both fun and true to the Star Trek license. Whether or not that will translate to a game that non-fans will want to play, is something that remains to be seen. (E3, PC, PS3, Star Trek, Xbox 360)

BattleAxe  +   1087d ago
Sweet, this looks good.

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