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Elite Force uses the Quake III Arena engine--the ultimate in sci-fi first-person shooter action. The first game based on the Star Trek Voyager universe, Elite Force pits players against a multitude of Star Trek enemies, including the relentless Borg and never-before-seen aliens in intense single-player and multiplayer combat missions. Elite Force has eight missions, plus between-missions gameplay on the Voyager ship. Each mission consists of multiple levels, ranging from two to five. All away missions take place on other alien spaceships or space stations.
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Furthermore the game sports maps of Voyager and OTHER Federation ships. Have you ever wanted to walk the corridors of ships from other Alpha quadrant races? You can in this game. I don't want to ruin the game for you but there are many surpises in the Game. If you are a Trek Fan this game is an absolute must. It'll be the first time you were in an actuall episode. You'll also get to hear the voice talents of Tom Willson (Biff) from "Back To The Future." He will have dialog that will be on par with Bill Paxton's (Alien 2 fame),"Well put her in charge.." and "Game over, man game over.." Get this game and find out which of Tom's one liners will become famous.
The game does make a known universe come to life. It is nothing short from authentic. You do not feel like going on an unknown adventure while the rest of the crew concentrate on doing the TV show (like Star Trek: Hidden Evil). You ARE part of the crew. You ARE part of the show. You ARE part of the story.
While this is a "First-Person-Shooter", it is accessible to the beginners. It is not overly complicated. This can be a problem for experienced gamers, who might finish this game in 15 hours tops.
But then again, there is still the Multiplayer. I never play online, so I cannot comment much about this feature, although I heard that people appreciated the various "awards" given to players based on their performance (i.e. Efficiency: Greater than 50% accuracy; Untouchable: Player never killed; Logistics: Player used a high number of power-ups; Demolitionist: Killed a LOT of players using explosives). Some "awards" are not kill-based. I might give it a try...
During the single-player game, friends in the Hazard team help you. Wow! Talk about teamwork. Where other games failed to provide adequate friendly AI and usually send you on a solo mission, this games almost always sends you WITH you team, and they actually look like they KNOW what they are doing. The "ally-blocking-a-path-in-a-narrow-corridor" syndrome is quite rare. And they NEVER will shoot you by accident. They look like they actually HELP you. And you actually get attached to them. Really.
On the down side, the characters appear a little rigid.Read more ›
As far as system requirements are concerned, this game is OpenGL so it is quite friendly with mid performance computers. However, the game does require a 3D accelerator. OpenGL is by far still the friendliest API out there when it comes to measuring frames per second on mid performance computers. The only I would recommend to players is to do a full installation of the game for increased disk performance.Read more ›
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The graphics are decent for the year it was created in. I like the fact that it feels as though you are participating in the episodes of Star Trek Voyager. Read morePublished on December 29, 2006 by Ashley Pasco
This 1st-person-shooter game has you taking on the role of Alexander Munro (or the lovely Alexandra) an ensign aboard Star Trek's USS Voyager. Read morePublished on September 5, 2006 by Rottenberg's rotten book review
This game was very enjoyable although it was really hard. I don't like shoot-em-up games that much but it was a lot of fun to play a character in Voyager and the cut scenes were... Read morePublished on July 11, 2003 by Eric P. Medlock
This game is great! But to me, it needs some work on the graphics. Otherwise, you should get this game.Published on January 2, 2003
For all those who said that there were never any good games from a TV show, you were probably right... until now. Read morePublished on August 17, 2001 by Chris Nitkin
..but that is not saying much. What I will say is that the game is a lot of fun to play and the graphics are excellent. Read morePublished on April 23, 2001 by H. A Huffman
Star Trek Voyager : Elite Force is a Excellent game!
Finally it seems that someone has put to use the excellent Quake III engine and has produced a game where you become the... Read more