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Star Trek: The Video Game Review | OXM UK

OXM UK: "Digital Extremes has, at least, managed to port over a few of the production values that make the J.J. Abrams films so characterful - watching your ship tear apart raggedy space bandits with warbling photon torpedoes is a gentle thrill. But these points of stylistic overlap only serve to emphasise the key takeaway here, which is that the relationship between the film and videogame industries is still largely one of mercenary opportunism. Star Trek deserves better, and so do you." (Star Trek, Xbox 360) 3/10

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