Star Trek Saldana

July 6, 2011 by Post Team 

Star Trek SaldanaStar Trek Saldana, On the eve of the Electronic Entertainment Expo last month, Paramount Digital Entertainment, Digital Extremes has announced a Star Trek co-op shooter where players blast-phaser their way through the galaxy as Kirk and Spock. We knew then that the game would be restarted in the Trek universe established by JJ Abrams, Kirk and Spock and Chris Pine looks like Zachary Quinto. The movie screenwriters Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman worked on the story of God of War writer Marianne Krawczyk, and a new interview, Orci explained that the game will be part of official canon Trek, with a story that will act as a bridge between Star Trek and Star Trek, which Kurtzmann and Damon Lindelof are writing.

Videogame tie-ins movie franchise is more important, more often than not, hurried and unsatisfactory, which exists only as part of the show merchandising that inevitably accompanies the highest grossing films. From the sound of it, however, Orci and his colleagues are dealing with something more substantial, at least so far in the narrative.

In an interview with Brendon Connelly in fresh blood, Orci talks about the game instead of just restarted Trek continuity. First, it has been officially confirmed to be a part of the canon, saying in no uncertain terms,

Game is not allowed to leave if it was somehow a part of the continuum.

He went on to distinguish between continuity of old and new, by time-traveling antics and the need to increase the overall accessibility of Trek. Saying

What is becoming a star will be different this game is that, becoming the protagonist going to fit in our new universe. She became the protagonist going to fit in the Star Trek we were fortunate to generate, and becoming the protagonist will be a story that happens in this universe and that history will not be fan fiction. She became the protagonist will be a story that fits our film, and fits between the first two films.

In Star Trek, the young Kirk and Spock went from enemies to allies, with its nascent friendship established at the end of the film. In Star Trek 2, of course, the duo will be well on your way to BFF Kingdom, but the game is filled in the early days of heterosexual romance. Says Orci,

What the AM good this game is that you get to show that intermediate step. You get to see Kirk and Spock in the way that you will not Aore in the film. That Aore becomes friends, but going on adventures Aore Aore not going to see in the movies. The game gives you a new vision of what they are.

Finally, Orci mocks mysterious villains in the sequel, as he says vaguely that bad the game could appear on adventures of Kirk and company

We want to ensure that somehow the game is its own movie. I do not, AOT want to give away the villains are, but people in the game can be people who end up in the film. I like to think the game as a movie, AOVE could have done. We treat the game with the same respect. I can say that the villains are very much in the canon.

The game’s official announcement said the intrepid crew of the USS Enterprise is going head to head with “legendary enemy race bent on conquering the galaxy.” Trek to know the species can this be? Klingons are the most obvious choice, but Abrams and his creative team really feel comfortable revealing their views on foreigner’s worldwide favorite out of the movie real?

The game is set to hit stores next summer and no doubt to coincide with the initially expected for summer 2012 Paramount Star Trek date version 2. With JJ Abrams just off Super 8 and his team of writers working with a very detailed 70-page treatment of anyone last heard, it is generally accepted that the study is taking his time rather than just quickly respond to this date. Either way, the likes of Zoe Saldana, Anton Yelchin, Karl Urban, John Cho, Simon Pegg and return to Star Trek 2 bridge and will happen. It’s just a matter of time.

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