[gameinfo title=”Game Info” game_name=”Star Trek” developers=”Digital Extremes” publishers=”Namco Bandai / Paramount Pictures” platforms=”PS3/360/PC” genres=”Third Person Action Adventure” release_date=”April 26th” version_played=”PS3″]
Star Trek is a third-person action-adventure Star Trek video game, developed by Digital Extremes. The story sees The USS Enterprise receives a distress call from a space station harvesting the power of a binary star. There is too much interference to beam the crew aboard, so Captain James T. Kirk and Spock take a shuttle to rescue the crew. They encounter T’Mar, a childhood friend of Spock, who explains they were gathering energy to power the Helios device, which would speed up the terraforming of New Vulcan, but unwittingly opened a Rip in space. Beaming to New Vulcan, Kirk and Spock meet with T’Mar’s father Surok, who explains the station’s power from the base was lost after they were attacked by creatures – who call themselves the Gorn. The story does a good job of setting up the second movie.
I find the voice acting and music in Star Trek to be one of it’s only redeeming qualities. The voices are authentic to the movie and the dialogue can be quite charming to Star Trek fans. This helps Star Trek at least semi appeal to the Trekkies out there.