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Submitted by Pozzle 544d ago | opinion piece

Five Ways the New Star Trek Game Fails, and Five Ways it Succeeds (or at Least Doesn't Fail)

Star Trek is a franchise that has been used time and time again for video games, going back so far that fan and studio made Trek adventures could be played on some of the earliest home computers. Sadly, many of those attempts at interactive adventures have fallen short of the mark, with the latest installment landing between poor and average. Here are five of the biggest things it gets wrong, and five that it actually gets right. (PC, PS3, Star Trek, Xbox 360)

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