Star Trek [Download]

June 28, 2013 - Comment

The award-winning Star Trek game casts players for the first time ever as Kirk and Spock in a totally original co-op experience worthy of gamers and fans. Set in the new canon of director and producer J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek (2009) reboot, players will be immersed in the game’s rich story and action-packed combat. Under

Star Trek Logo

The award-winning Star Trek game casts players for the first time ever as Kirk and Spock in a totally original co-op experience worthy of gamers and fans. Set in the new canon of director and producer J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek (2009) reboot, players will be immersed in the game’s rich story and action-packed combat.

Under development by acclaimed Ontario-based developers Digital Extremes (Bioshock 2, Dark Sector, The Darkness 2), Star Trek features an original story by BAFTA award winner and God of War writer, Marianne Krawczyk, in collaboration with the writer/producers of the new Star Trek films, Bob Orci, Alex Kurtzman and Damon Lindelof.

Star Trek is in development for a console and PC release in early 2013.

Kirk and Spock in a Red and Blue Corridor
Gorn Face
Spock Jumping Over a Barrier

Key Game Features

  • Meet the Crew– The 2009 Star Trek film cast will be contributing their voices for the game, including Chris Pine as Kirk and Zachary Quinto as Spock.
  • Original Standalone Story– Set after the events of the Star Trek (2009) reboot, continue the sweeping journey through the new universe with a completely original story
  • Ultimate Co-op – Built from the ground up as a co-op experience, Star Trek packs two vastly different gameplay styles and unique character abilities into one game. The result: the most fully realized and varied co-op experience of this console generation.
  • Kirk and Spock Reborn – Play for the first time as two of the most well-known characters in science fiction, as only this new Star Trek game could allow. With the fate of the galaxy on the line, players must rely on each other to create a kick-ass team.
  • The Gorn Return – Determined to conquer the galaxy, the Gorn returns as re-imagined versions of the classic Trek villains, infecting their foes with venom that can poison, cause hallucinations, and even kill. Ranging in size and abilities, the Gorn seed mayhem and destruction as they destroy populations and deplete planets of their resources.
The Enterprise
Kirk Grabbing Spock's Hand
Kirk Shooting a Gorn



More Features:

  • The 2009 Star Trek film cast will be contributing their voices for the game, including Chris Pine as Kirk and Zachary Quinto as Spock.
  • Set after events of the Star Trek (2009) reboot, continue the sweeping journey through the new universe with a completely original story
  • Uncover new areas on the Enterprise and other ships, explore never-before-seen sectors throughout the galaxy including exotic planets, treacherous jungles, remote space stations and other locales
  • Built from the ground up as a co-op experience, Star Trek packs two vastly different gameplay styles and unique character abilities into one game. The result – the most fully realized and varied co-op experience of this console generation
  • Play for the first time as two of the most well-known characters in science fiction, as only this new Star Trek game could allow. With fate of the galaxy on the line, players must rely on each other to create a kick-ass team



Requires Steam Client to activate.


System Requirements
  Minimum Specifications:
OS: Windows 7, Vista and XP
Processor: Intel Core 2 @ 2GHz / AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+
RAM: 2 GB
Hard Drive: 8 GB
Video Card: Nvidia Geforce 9600/ ATI Radeon HD 2900 GFX RAM: 512 MB
Additional Info: DirectX Compatible

Famous Words of Inspiration...


Powered By AMZ QuoteCash

Comments

Cindy Deskins says:

Co-op does not work The games Co-op features don’t work on the PC version of the game and the game developer has gone through great lengths to hide this from customers. The single player game is mediocre at best. I have concerns that this may never be fixed. The game was delayed months and yet they still didn’t fix this issue before release. Buy at your own risk.I would also like to point out the the EULA has convienently placed language preventing class action law suits. Consumers need to be aware of this as well. The game is buggy, and little more than a scam.For the true trekkie the game could be played in single player mode, which might afford some amusement. The PC Co-op is a lie.

Reviewer32 says:

Moments of greatness… everything else needs work. I’ve played a lot of Star Trek games in my life. I’ve been through the greats (Elite Force series) and the not-so-greats (STO anyone?). Star Trek’s latest game, the first for the reboot timeline, is sadly in the latter category.Let me start with the redeeming qualities. First, it’s a decent storyline. I love the connections to the original series; the re-imagined Gorn make decent enemies; and it’s about time you get to play as Kirk and Spock. The game play itself is okay at times: good space exterior levels (I appreciate the 360-style levels) and, for the most part, the cover and climbing system is passable. Finally, the best part for me is the interior shots of the Enterprise. I’m a techno-geek at heart: I like exploring space ships. I know some people dislike the redesigned Enterprise, but I grew up with the Enterprise-D/Enterprise-E. The original Enterprise never made much sense to me, so I appreciate the redesign.Those highlights alone warrant two out of…

J. Irwin says:

Action packed About an hour in, and while it doesn’t innovate or do anything different, it’s a great appetizer before Into Darkness is released. Zachary Quinto and Chris Pine’s banter is well written and flows well. I will say that some of the other voiceovers fall a little flat…Zoe Saldana’s voiceover performance is flat so far and I don’t expect it to get better. The AI for the character you don’t choose to play as (in my case Spock), isn’t terrible. He only got a little stuck once, but I opened the tricorder and ordered him to move and that fixed that. On the PC the graphics aren’t bad at all on the High settings. They certainly look better than the previews of the XBox version shown on IGN. The sound design is excellent. The game play is a mix of Uncharted and Mass Effect, though maybe not as refined as either.This is the BEST licensed product “tied” to a movie release I’ve ever played. I took away a star because it’s not going to ever be on a top ten list of 2013, but in…

Comments are disabled for this post.