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New Photos of The Gorn From Star Trek The Video Game

Source:   EW
February 25, 2013


The upcoming Star Trek The Video Game will feature an enemy that hasn't appeared in the Star Trek cannon in some time, the Gorn. Making their debut into the mythos in the original series, the Gorn are a reptilian race who would like nothing more than to conquer everything in their path. EW has a new look at the creatures from the game, check them out below!

In the game, you play as Kirk and Spock whose battles will take you into familiar locations, like the bridge, transporter room and the engine room – but also deep into many areas of the ship that have never been seen on film before, including the Enterprise’s turbolift shafts, observation lounge, engineering decks and officer’s quarters. This epic action adventure features an original storyline and provides immersive co-op gameplay.

Developed by NAMCO Bandai games, Star Trek The Video Game will be released on April 23, 2013 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.




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