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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 853d ago | review

Destructoid- Review: Star Trek: The Video Game

DToid:As predicted, this is yet another movie tie-in game that feels rushed and incomplete. Oddly, it has nothing to do with the plot of the upcoming film, so why it was rushed to coincide only proves it was made merely to cash-in on the popularity right at the film's release. With as many mechanics that it borrows from other titles, and how poorly it implements them, it should be beamed directly into the trash compactor. Sloppy, glitchy controls and graphics, tedious gameplay, and spotty co-op makes for one adventure you'll wish would boldly go away. (PC, PS3, Star Trek, Xbox 360) 4/10

MysticStrummer  +   853d ago
Yet another game that got good to great buzz in previews that gets bad reviews upon release. Where is the disconnect happening?

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