Posts Tagged Star Trek
Borderlands 2 plus DLC for a tenner: Greenmangaming’s 666 Sale begins
Greenmangaming’s 666 summer sale is kicking off with a cackle, with Borderlands 2 and its season pass – containing all four campaign DLC packs – for a mere $13.50.
IncGamers Plays Star Trek
This is not your usual IncGamers Plays, but Tim had to put this together as he struggled through with Star Trek (see review).
Star Trek: The Video Game launch trailer beams in
Star Trek: The Video Game is due for release at the end of this week here in the UK and we’re really hoping that this Trek title will do the franchise justice.
Star Trek trailer will authentically convince you of game’s authenticity
Hello children, today’s word is ‘authentic.’ It pops up all over this latest trailer for Digital Extremes’ movie tie-in Star Trek title, to the extent that by the end the people talking about the game seem a little on the desperate side.
Galaxy Gorn mad: Star Trek’s villains profiled
Paramount Pictures has broadcast more ‘Making of Star Trek the videogame’ footage to the galaxy (ok, fine, I just mean they put it on youtube.)
This time, it’s about expanding the role of those pesky lizard-folk The Gorn.
Get a free Star Trek movie ticket when you pre-order the game
Here’s a nice deal courtesy of Namco, especially when you consider the price of movie tickets these days.
New Star Trek video shows how to make the ultimate co-op experience
Dure out on 26 April, the new Star Trek game will hopefully capture the imaginations of Star Trek fans everywhere, myself included.
Namco’s Star Trek game coming in April, pre-order bonuses outlined
Trek fans, if you’re up for some co-operative gameplay set in the “rebooted” universe then you’ve probably been keeping an eye on Namco’s forthcoming Star Trek game.
An enterprising new Star Trek trailer from Namco [Video]
Namco has issued a short trailer for its forthcoming co-op focused Star Trek title, based on the ‘rebooted’ universe of JJ Abrams.
Star Trek, Dark Souls and Tekken Tag lead Namco GamesCom line-up
If you’re heading to Germany’s GamesCom this year, or just want to know what to look out for when it comes to Namco Bandai published games, then read on.