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Old July 10 2012, 01:45 PM   #31
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Re: resurrecting Star Trek: Secret of Vulcan Fury as a animated TOS st

I remember when I first saw the trailer for the game back in '98 or '99 time frame. I was so excited for it and was looking forward to playing it. When I found out it was not going to be released I was pretty upset as it looked like a ST game that would be different than anything we had seen at that point (and since I think).

An animated version would definitely be cool and I would buy it in a heartbeat, but I don't see it happening for reasons others have pointed out. We can all hope though.
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Old July 11 2012, 12:44 PM   #32
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Re: resurrecting Star Trek: Secret of Vulcan Fury as a animated TOS st

They should hirer Doug Drexler and turn inti a CGI extravaganza
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Old July 18 2012, 09:35 AM   #33
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You know...we could also give JJ and Co a hint. Maybe they would be willing to try and aquire the audio tracks and do something with it.
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Old July 19 2012, 04:33 PM   #34
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^ Doubtful. Why would they delve into old Trek? They have already made their intentions clear when it comes to their focus on the new universe, not the prime.
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Old August 1 2012, 10:57 AM   #35
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Re: resurrecting Star Trek: Secret of Vulcan Fury as a animated TOS st

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Pocket Books still hasn't done 25th Anniversary, Judgement Rites or Kobayashi Alternative prose novelizations.
Actually, the various new alien races created by Diane Duane for "The Kobayashi Alternative" were integrated into her ST novel, "Doctor's Orders".
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Old August 9 2012, 06:58 PM   #36
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^ Doubtful. Why would they delve into old Trek? They have already made their intentions clear when it comes to their focus on the new universe, not the prime.
New Trek kind of is old Trek, after a fashion. If it's a story that's ready-made and unknown by the fans, there's no reason it couldn't at least be looked at and adapted as a potential treatment. If either of the rumors about Cumberbatch being Khan or Gary Mitchel are true, that seems like Abrams doesn't have much of a problem delving into old Trek at all.

The only in-universe thing that I would surmise keeping him from doing it is Vulcan's destruction in the previous film. Any moons in orbit, hidden weapon platforms or otherwise, would have been sucked in by the red matter singularity or thrown out into deep space, never to be seen again.
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