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Submitted by Grateful Ghoul 791d ago | review

Review: Star Trek (This Is My Joystick)

Oh my. You know what’s illogical Jim? The fact you can buy games for the same price as Star Trek that have oodles more originality, features and story. Yet as fans of Star Trek you will know that this isn’t the point. The point is you get to experience what it’s like to cruise about in our universe’s most famous fictional space ship, the USS Enterprise NCC-1701.

Coupled with that, you get to play as arguably the world’s most famous fictional captain, James T Kirk, and if that wasn’t enough you could also decide to tickle the game as his anally-retentive alien buddy, Spock. Further to that, you can play with your real-life best mate, backing you up as a co-op buddy. It seems more logical then that one should play this game, if these facts alone beams your target and thrusts your shuttle. (PS3, Star Trek, Xbox 360) -

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