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That one Star Trek game that follows the reboot flick by J.J. Abrams ( Super 8 ) has released a bunch more information. For instance, the Gorn villain race has been picked as the antagonists of this cooperative focused game bound for Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and PC in early 2013.
The Gorn are among the Star Trek lore’s most iconic evil race of lizard-like folk. Their strength in numbers make their aggressive military conquest for universal domination a threat to anyone that stands in the way of their dictatorship. They’ll come in many different formats, such as a venom spitting Gorn, large brutes and more direct assaults. Adversely, female Gorn can be seen crawling over walls and using their cunning to thwart the Trekkies. There’s such shameless gender binary to be found here, even in an alien race.
More so, Star Trek will also picture the likenesses of the actors in the film, as well as have some of them reprise their roles. For instance, Simon Pegg (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz) can be seen as Scotty, Zoe Saldana as Lieutenant Uhura, Karl Urban as Doc McCoy, Anton Yelchin as Chekov and John Cho as Sulu. Both Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto will voice the characters of their role as Captin Kirk and Mr. Spock respectively.
The game’s story is in hands of awarded God of War writer Marianne Krawczyk and Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman that are working on the current movie sequel. A new trailer comes with the announcement that shows the dynamic of duo Kirk and Spock and their view on their adventure.
The side by side reel looks at each character respectively and shows a first confrontation with the lizard alien race. Before long, the two will be setting their guns to “kill” and carnage takes over as this duet works its way towards each other. There’s almost a sort of love story that can be derived from that.
The Star Trek game is under care of Digital Extremes, which is said to have cooperated on BioShock, Unreal Tournament and The Darkness II. The cinematic quality is being overseen by Paramount Pictures’ Brian Miller.