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Submitted by Pozzle 771d ago | interview

Interview: Modern Star Trek, Modern Star Trek Game

1up writes: I had the opportunity to check out Digital Extremes' Star Trek for the first time this week. Having been a Trek fan -- including the recent movies -- I've been warily interested in the upcoming title. I'm not entirely sold on the notion of Trek as a cover-based shooter, but the emphasis on cooperative play (featuring Kirk as the dominant shooter and Spock in a technical support role) goes a long way toward emphasizing the essence of classic Trek: Namely, the duality of its two leads. I spoke briefly with Sheldon Carter, creative director at Digital Extremes and Brian Miller, senior vice president and game producer at Paramount Pictures, about the philosophy with which they've taken the franchise into modern core gaming. (PC, PS3, Star Trek, Xbox 360)

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