Submitted by Breadcrab 897d ago | review

Star Trek | Review - "Surprisingly Good, or Star Blech?" (KaboomShark.com)

"Star Trek: The Video Game has a lot working against it. It’s a licensed game in a world where people know they usually suck, a third person shooter in a market stuffed with them, and it hasn’t exactly seen much attention or positive word of mouth leading up to its release. All signs to point to another rushed dud in need of sucking out the airlock.

With all that being said, I’m certainly open to the possibility of being pleasantly surprised, especially when the game is being helmed Digital Extremes, the developers responsible for the sublime The Darkness II and parts of Unreal which, need I remind you, is the best game of all time. With them in the captain’s seat, will Star Trek be polished, exciting and imaginative enough to be considered worthwhile, or would it have been better named Star Blech? Join us and find out as we boldly go where pretty much every review has gone before." (Michael Urban, KaboomShark.com) (PC, PS3, Star Trek, Xbox 360) 2.5/5

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