PSX Extreme writes: "The new movie is scheduled to release in theaters next month, and even though many Trekkies consider it an abomination of sorts – "that's nothing like the show!" – it should appeal to a new generation that didn't grow up with Captain Kirk. It may be a decent movie but rather than attempt to create a full-budget, full-price video game adaptation, developer Naked Sky has decided to produce a downloadable title to go along with the film. It's a top-down, 2D shooter entitled, Star Trek: D-A-C, and it holds a primary emphasis on multiplayer gameplay. You're probably wondering what "D-A-C" stands for but for some reason, publisher Paramount doesn't want to reveal the secret just yet. However, IGN believes it simply stands for Deathmatch, Assault and Conquest, which are the three modes for the game. If you want an immediate and somewhat accurate comparison, you may want to think of Battlestar Galactica, which came out a few years ago, but if you desire a deeper outline and explanation, keep reading."