This trailer offers a new look at Star Trek: The Video Game, the upcoming Kirk and Spock co-op action game. The clip features gameplay footage, and commentary from Paramount's Brian Miller, executive producer on the game. "Kirk is this brash cowboy character, whereas Spock is the exact opposite – and when you break down Star Trek to those elements, you had to make a co-op game," Miller explains. "There was no other game we could possibly make."
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I found the new movie entertaining for an "origin" movie. None of the Star Trek movies, TOS or TNG, were ever as good as any season of the shows, so I tend to look at the movies as separate entities. If future Star Trek movies featuring this cast are this focused on action they will still be entertaining but it is my hope that they do incorporate some of the focus on the moral and ethical issues that past movies have spent time on. Maybe I am not "trekkie" enough to be bothered if they don't, but I will say that I would speculate that it would, generally speaking, make them better movies.
Also...the Transformers movies were BAD movies. Regardless of whether you are a fan of Transformers or not, they were just bad. Bad casting, bad script. They had awesome CGI and action sequences, so if you could get past the bad they were probably enjoyable to you. The last Star Trek movie was not a bad movie in those ways. The casting was well done, the script was more then adequate, and CGI was excellent. You may not have liked the direction it took the franchise but to compare the Star Trek movie to any of the new Transformers movies as being similar is ludicrous. In my opinion of course.