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Submitted by Pozzle 688d ago | review

Star Trek review | Complex

Science, knowledge and diplomacy, often the backbones of the series, are never even an option. There isn’t even much banter between Pine and Quinto to keep things lively. If there’s one thing to take solace in here, it’s that—even if the film somehow sucks—Into Darkness will seem a masterpiece by comparison. (PC, PS3, Star Trek, Xbox 360) 3/10

Skynetone  +   688d ago
This game is seriously buggy, your ai character will be stuck in the nearest wall every chance he gets, and the fact that every door is resident evil style, two characters needed, half way through the first level my ai character was 50 feet in the air, apparently trying to run into deep space and not caring that I needed his azz to open a door, two resets on the first level, it would have been more only I managed to coax him away from some walls

there is no way this game, was ever play tested

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