Average User Score: 2.7Apr 25, 2013As a gamer, I rate the games I play based on interesting stories, good gameplay, and the game's value compared to what I paid for it.
The story is decent...not bad, not great, just decent. Not edge-of-the-seat stuff, but at least it wasn't utterly boring.
The gameplay is the massive albatross around the title's neck. I can put up a long list of its faults, but most damning are the dated graphics, which look like they came from the original XBox, and the pointlessness of the cooperative interaction between Kirk and Spock, especially when playing on your own. It's extremely easy to flat-out forget about the other guy until he gets stuck running into a wall and needs to be revived.
For value, I would have slapped a 0 on this game if I paid $60 for it. Enemy AI is just too easy, so the game doesn't last and there's no replay value. However, I rented it for $2, which is pretty much equal to its value to most gamers.… Expand