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Submitted by -Mezzo- 638d ago | review

411mania - Star Trek: The Video Game Review

411mania - Star Trek: The Video Game was a game I was pretty excited about when I previewed it at E3. I love the Star Trek franchise, and a new action game where you could play as Captain Kirk and Commander Spock for the first time in basically two decades (since the Star Trek CD-ROM games with the original cast) was an exciting prospect. Based on statements from the developers, I really believed this would not be your typical rushed movie-licensed title. So here are the results, with Star Trek: The Video Game, a new game based on the current movie franchise from Paramount Pictures set between the last movie in 2009 and Star Trek: Into Darkness currently in theaters. The movie boasts an all-star voice cast featuring the entire main live-action movie cast reprising their roles, original music from movie composer Michael Giacchino, and a story developed by the movie screenwriters Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman. So almost two years after my first E3 preview of the game, how did this thing turn out? (PS3, Star Trek) 6.5/10

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