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Submitted by -Mezzo- 853d ago | interview

Star Trek: The Game – Paramount Pictures on taking creative control of a game project

EDGE - “We had to be the main driving force creatively,” says Brian Miller, senior vice president of Paramount Pictures and producer of Star Trek: The Game, “I think it wouldn’t have worked any other way.”

Star Trek is in development at Digital Extremes, a studio responsible for the confident storytelling in The Darkness II and therefore a natural fit for a movie adaptation. Namco Bandai is also co-publishing, but it’s not a designer or Namco producer we’re talking to today. Miller’s presence at this hands-on event for Star Trek is more than just lip-service; it’s a reflection of the depth of involvement and creative control that Paramount itself has commanded over the project. (PC, PS3, Star Trek, Xbox 360)

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