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Submitted by Pozzle 546d ago | review

Star Trek: The Game Review | Shogun Gamer

Shogun Gamer:

Dull, repetitive, and lifeless. These are words I would’ve never associated with the Star Trek franchise but they perfectly encapsulate the experience that’s to be had in Star Trek: The Game. As a companion piece to the movies there may be an ounce of enjoyment to be had since the film cast actually reprises their roles, with some actual luster and energy to boot, yet that isn’t enough to save a game that feels dated and like it missed every ounce of potential it held. (PC, PS3, Star Trek, Xbox 360) 4/10

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