(written from a Production point of view)
|Star Trek D-A-C|
|Publisher:||Paramount Digital Entertainment and Bad Robot Interactive|
|Developer:||Naked Sky Entertainment|
|Released:||13 May 2009 (Xbox 360)|
12 November 2009 (PC/PS3)
23 December 2009 (Mac)
|System Requirements:||Intel P4 2400 Mhz or AMD Athlon XP 2400+, 1024 MB (XP) or 2048 MB (Vista/Windows 7) RAM, GeForce 6600 GT or ATI Radeon X1300-series with 256 MB dedicated video memory, DirectX 9.0c, 400 MB hard drive space, Direct-X compatible sound card, Xbox 360 controller (recommended)|
|Reference #:||ASIN B0039ZKI5U (PC and Mac)|
Star Trek D-A-C is a video game produced by Naked Sky Entertainment, and published by Paramount Digital Entertainment in association with Bad Robot Interactive. Its subtitle, "D-A-C", refers to the three game types that can be played: Deathmatch, Assault, and Conquest.
A tie-in to Star Trek, the game was released for Xbox 360 via the Live Arcade download service in May 2009, concurrent with the film's release. Releases on PlayStation 3 and Windows PC (also via download) followed shortly thereafter. The title has been in development since 2008.
The game is an arcade-style space shooter in which players can engage in single player or on-line multiplayer ship-to-ship combat. Three different game types will be available: Deathmatch, Conquest and Assault.
Players are able to choose from two factions: the Federation or the Romulans. Each faction has three types of playable ships: a flagship, a fighter, and a bomber. The flagship on the Federation side is the USS Enterprise as seen in the film. The Romulan flagship is a vessel inspired by the Narada, the war machine commanded by Nero in the film.