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Submitted by TMRBac 834d ago | review

Star Trek: The Video Game Review | TheHDRoom

TheHDRoom: "There is a moment in Star Trek: The Video Game when a firefight with the Gorn leads to a door, and behind that door stands one of the game's Vulcan NPC characters calmly waiting for your arrival as if it was an airport terminal on a weekday afternoon. Never mind the fact that every area around this room is crawling with cannon toting Gorn.

This lack of logic is a microcosm for the bafflingly poorly executed game as a whole, ironic since one of its two playable character's belief systems is structured around the examination and acceptance of logic. If Spock sat down to play Star Trek: The Video Game, he'd quickly flip open his communicator and make the request, "Beam me out of here, Scotty." (PS3, Star Trek, Xbox 360) 3.7/10

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