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Submitted by littlejuicebox 481d ago | opinion piece

Trekkie’s Review of Star Trek

"This is going to be a review with a twist. In a normal videogame review, the reviewer must detach his/herself from preconceptions and bias, and give as objective a view as possible on the positive and negative aspects of the whole experience, culminating in a single numeric digit that every reader will inevitably skip to. Since Star Trek has been out a good long while now, I thought I’d do something interesting – the complete opposite. Here’s a Trekkie’s review of the game – complete with biased rants and fanboy ramblings. Why? Because why not." (Culture, PC, PS3, Star Trek, Xbox 360)

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