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Hands-On Preview: Star Trek - Electronic Theatre

Namco Bandai Games has made a concerted effort to reassure fans of the Star Trek franchise that the forthcoming videogame remains faithful to the forthcoming motion-picture. Featuring an original story by Marianne Krawczyk and set after the events of the Star Trek (2009) reboot, players will be able to bridge the gap between that first release and the upcoming sequel with an entirely original story. However, there’s more to this than simply pleasing the fans. Star Trek looks set to become that rarest of breeds: the motion-picture tie-in that will appeal not just to fans of the source material, but videogames in general. (PC, PS3, Star Trek, Xbox 360)

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