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E3 2012: Namco Bandai takes Star Trek where no third-person shooter has gone before | Destructoid

Yahoo writes: So far, we're impressed by the sheer Star Trek-ness of it all, from the sights and sounds to the interactions between beloved characters, like Kirk's banter with Scotty over his communicator during the mission — complete with pleas to beam Spock and himself up as the Gorn utterly overwhelm them. The demo ended with Kirk directing the Enterprise to launch photon torpedoes at their foes from orbit, resulting in a fittingly explosive end for what had been a surprisingly thrilling presentation. We're looking forward to seeing more of Star Trek as its spring 2013 release draws closer. (E3, PC, PS3, Star Trek, Xbox 360)

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