Submitted by NYC_Gamer 893d ago | review

GameInformer- Star Trek Review – Namco Bandai Sets Phasers To Failure

GI:J.J. Abrams’ 2009 Star Trek reboot took the concepts from the original 1960s television series and made them more palatable for a larger audience. The original series, while full of fun characters and clever storylines, was presented with gaudy sci-fi aesthetics produced on a ‘60s television budget. Digital Extremes’ newest game, based on the J.J. Abrams film series, reminds me more of the original series than the recent films; the game has a few clever mechanics and moments, but its overall lack of polish ensures that it doesn’t stand the test of time. (PC, PS3, Star Trek, Xbox 360) 5.5/10

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