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Geek Peek: New Image Shows Ferocious ‘Star Trek’ Game Enemy The Gorn
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Just yesterday we shared with you that the new Star Trek game being made by Namco Bandai would have all of the important actors from J.J. Abrams’ 2009 hit reboot of the beloved science-fiction universe returning to voice their characters in the game, and that the enemy you would face in the game would be the feared lizard-skinned Gorn.

If you head to that story there’s a small glance at what the Gorn will look like, but now a much closer and much more terrifying peek at the Gorn has been revealed. You can see the angry being above (click to go bigger).

As we’ve already learned, the Gorn are a vicious species with numbers in the billions spread across thousands of colonies. Players will encounter various types of Gorn in the game—some small and basic; some much larger and powerful; and very cunning females who can climb walls and such—who are willing to sacrifice themselves and use dangerous venom and technologies.

[Source: Namco]

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