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Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force

by Playstation
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews) 52 / 100

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  • ASIN: B00005NCB6
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: February 22, 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,399 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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Based on the PC original, Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force casts the player as a member of the Hazard Team, an elite emergency response unit that must regain control of the Voyager after a band of alien marauders has taken over. It includes voice talent from the TV series, utilizes real set layouts in its detailed environments, and offers a rogue's gallery of alien species, including the Borg, Scavengers, and Hirogen. The game offers both single-player and team missions.

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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Very good FPS based on the Star Trek:Voyager universe. January 3, 2002
Let me start by saying that in all of my reviews of video games, I don't concern myself with graphics, sound, and story as much as some do. What matters to me the most is game play and whether the game is fun or frustrating. This game is a very good game and a lot of fun to play, which just happens to have outstanding graphics, sound, and an interesting story.
Voyager Elite Force is a FPS based on the Star Trek:Voyager universe featuring the voice talents of all the cast members of the TV show (except for Kes). As a member of Voyager's "hazard team" you will embark on several missions on Voyager and various alien ships including a Borg cube. You will encounter a variety of aliens and alien weapons, but the game is not just a shooter, it involves some thoughtful puzzle solving. The game has varying degrees of difficulty so that you can adjust the game play to your skill level. One of the big pluses for this game is the "save at any point" feature that allows you to move the game along and not have to replay some of the longer, more tedious segments.
The game has a few negative points. For one thing, it's pretty easy to run out ammunition and you find yourself often second guessing what weapon to use. When fighting alongside team members, they often get in your way more than they help. The most annoying thing however, were the long cutscenes. Also some portions of the Voyager based missions are frankly pretty boring and seem to be there just to take up time. And the load times are horrendous.
However, even with these annoyances, this is still a good solid game. Voyager fans will love it, but I think anyone who enjoys FPS's will have a great time with the game. This title has become my favorite game for the PS 2.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Not bad. February 21, 2002
My brother-in-law got me this game last weekend. I had been on sort of a binge with mature-rated games, but I welcomely accepted the gift, being an avid Star Trek watcher.
In comparison to another first-person shooter I own, Red Faction, Elite Force just barely doesn't measure up in the graphics department. It is also a little more difficult. But because of its starkly different plot, this game offers many innovative aspects.
For example, usually after an away mission, you will be called upon to assist in repairs aboard Voyager. In the two cases I have encountered, so far, you are presented with the opportunity to save a crewmember or sacrifice him for your own safety. Between away missions, you can also test out new firepower on the holodeck, which offers a simulated western shootout. Even more refreshing aspects reserved for Star Trek Voyager await, but you will have to find out for yourself.
I also like the idea of the Infinity Modulator, an energy weapon developed by Seven of Nine that rapidly changes its frequency so that the Borg cannot adapt to it and defend themselves. In addition, all of the aspects of the Borg from the show are seamlessly transplanted into this game. They ignore you until you attack, the green energy nodes can be destroyed, rendering all nearby Borg helpless, and they will adapt to all energy weapons after a few shots, except for the Infinity Modulator.
All in all, I am satisfied with the game. First-person shooters generally have a high replay value as well as many, many levels to complete. I think I enjoyed Red Faction just a little more and, of course, you always hit the occasional snag where you've searched everything and still can't figure out how to move on in a level. However, it's original, intriguing, and fun.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars An overall good game. December 26, 2001
In this game you play as a special forces team leader on a star ship trapped 70 years from home. its based on the tv show "star trek voyeger" and includes the real actors doing the voices for the characters. more than 10 weapons(which is actually enough believe it or not) and 5 worlds, with each world having about 10 stages makes this a game that you cant just beat in a couple days. this game is filled with somewhat simple uzzles and challenging battles. the very last boss dissapointed me though, there was no trick to beating him, just dont stop moving and keep shooting him with photon blasts. the controls are very slick but your auto target only works when you almost have them in your sights, and makes it very difficult to just hit stuff, which can be very frustrating. the graphics are pretty descent but in this kind of game you dont really need perfect CG. on the pc version you can play multy player against the computer or online. now you can only play against your friends in 2-4 player mode with no computer characters. its still a blast, it never really gets old with a ton of multiplayer levels which are huge, tons of characters you can choose, powerups, armor, weapons and more, it is definetly worth buying.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
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This was a fantastic game. The graphics and the story line our great. You start off as second in command of the hazard eam, but believe me, that wont last for long. You start off in a holodeck simulation fighting off some borg. Next, the ship is tranported to some sort of graveyard of ships. You get to walk around the ship interact with the crew. You go the etherian ship, a standard away mission. You go to a ship called the scavengers, and when you get deep into the malon section and almost into the irogen, dont bother jumping into the pipe, i spent a long time on it and i never got in, there is a much easier way around. After a little surprise from the borg, you beam back to the ship, get a pep talk from Tuvok, and off you go to a borg ship, fight some borg, get to shoot a couple of 8472, you get back wit h an upsetting loss. Then, the harvesters are coming to attack you, they do that when you get to the graveyard. Then you go to a gunship, hint , look to the left for little things to jump on as soon as you get in, you'll need them to get to the top level. You fight some scavengers, then the weapon systems are malfunctioning so you cant destroy the harvester ship from there. Guess, what you have to take you own little team to fix them, use your torperdo lanucher, it works well. That's how far I am. It's an excellent game, if you like first person shooting combined with an interesting storyline, buy this game.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Two Stars
Boring, and difficult. Didn't play long.
Published 1 month ago by Benjamin R. Reynolds
4.0 out of 5 stars Game is too short
The game was fun but went by too fast I had it beat in two days, but for any star trek fan this would be a great add to your collection.
Published 15 months ago by drewie
5.0 out of 5 stars Liked the game
The game went entirely too fast for me.
I enjoyed it and it's rustic 16 bit charm.
Don't look for eye popping graphics here. Read more
Published 15 months ago by Wally D. Carbo
5.0 out of 5 stars Thank you
I chose this rating because the game was in perfect condition when I got it.
I liked that it also arrived early.
I would recommend this product.
Published 20 months ago by Katelyn Rempe
5.0 out of 5 stars Great game for Trekkies
I bought this game as a gift for a friend who is obsessed with Star Trek Voyager. She LOVED it! Bringing back the characters of the original series and allowing YOU to play as the... Read more
Published 20 months ago by Jen Watson
5.0 out of 5 stars The Best Star Trek PS2 Game
Out of the three Star Trek video games that I own, Elite Force is the best even though I have never cared for Star Trek Voyager. Read more
Published 23 months ago by Coffee Addicted Writer's Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Elite Force Voyager Borg
this game is great multiplayer and with codes,and so is Star Trek Legacy-X-Box and P.c,Star Trek Encounters is a great simulation by Betheseda Softworks and... Read more
Published on July 5, 2012 by tiberius13
5.0 out of 5 stars Great game
Great first person shoot 'em up game. Follows the Star Trek Voyager storyline. Very hard and challenging at times. Encounter borgs, don't get assimilated.
Published on March 6, 2012 by Lavakai
3.0 out of 5 stars Could of had more to it.
I bought this game thinking there was going to be more to it than fighting borg aliens all through it. Read more
Published on January 7, 2012 by Deroche
4.0 out of 5 stars Awesome
I love this game. I don't rate my games on how good the graphics or sounds are but more on how entertaining the game is. Read more
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