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View Poll Results: What Type Of Game Would You Like?
An Exploration Game 13 46.43%
Play The Whole Movie 11 39.29%
An RPG, Play Spock, Kirk 11 39.29%
Control The Big E And Kill Nero 10 35.71%
Command A Fleet. 10 35.71%
choose which side to play on( Nero Or Kirks Side) And Play The Movie Storyline As Him. 11 39.29%
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Old 11-29-2008, 06:06 AM
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What Type Of Game Would You Like For It. There Will Be One, For Sure. I Can Tell Because Its The Iron Man Type Movie, It Had A Game. Plus, Who Dousn't Want To Get In The Big E And Blow Some Romulans Butt Off?
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I'd like to see an online-interactive Game centered around a Mirror-Universe-ST-XI Enterprise, in which J.J. Abrams, in good-ol' Captain-Ahab-Khan-fashion, commandeers the Captaincy from Kirk, and then proceeds to seek out and phase into oblivion those holier-than-thou Fans who take this TV/Movie Franchise too seriously and feel their real-life-futures have been contaminated/altered/destroyed by deviating-from-canon bullshyt.

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Old 11-29-2008, 06:53 AM
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I like exploration games. I always thought Star Trek would be perfect for a game like Oblivion. Instead of traveling to other towns, you would travel to different planets. It could be like the old Star Trek 25th Anniversary edition but with 3d graphics instead.

The only game I have heard of that is coming out is Star Trek Online.
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I voted everything because it needs to have everything on there to be a good game... this game desperately needs to be a sandbox games with thousands of different choices to make
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the best is yet to come for games
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Old 11-29-2008, 08:34 AM
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agreed. i believe they will make a seperate game from sto.
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I'd like to see an online-interactive Game centered around a Mirror-Universe-ST-XI Enterprise, in which J.J. Abrams, in good-ol' Captain-Ahab-Khan-fashion, commandeers the Captaincy from Kirk, and then proceeds to seek out and phase into oblivion those holier-than-thou Fans who take this TV/Movie Franchise too seriously and feel their real-life-futures have been contaminated/altered/destroyed by deviating-from-canon bullshyt.

Khan to Abrams... "I shall leave you as you left my stories... marooned for all eternity in the center of a dead planet... Buried alive! Buried Alive!!!"
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I'd like to see a Star Trek game that's not shiite. I'd be happy with that.

What was the last mad-decent game? Elite Force?
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A good offline RPG would do nicely. Something along the lines of Elder Scrolls: Oblivion, and Fallout, except set in the Star Trek universe. If they did grant the license to Bethesda, just think about all the groovy racial, equipment and starship mods we could make for it. I'm salivating already, just thinking about it.
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i want it for 360. please no bethasda
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