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Submitted by mathsman 572d ago | review

Review: Star Trek | Metro Gaming

The recent reboot of the Star Trek franchise has been warmly received by fans both old and new, and the launch of a second motion-picture production has unsurprisingly been gifted with even greater budgets, and thus even more attention. It’s also benefited from an accompanying videogame launch designed to bridge the gap between the two movies, simply titled ‘Star Trek.’ (PC, PS3, Star Trek, Xbox 360) 5/10

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