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Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force

by Empire
Windows 95 / 98
 Ages 7 and Over
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)

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  • Uses the Quake III Arena engine technology
  • Multiplayer modes offer Free-for-All, Capture the Flag, and Team play
  • New and unique alien environments as well as known locales from the TV series
  • Realistic 3-D exploration of a Starfleet vessel--Voyager
  • Voice talent from the series' actors, portraying their character in the game
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Windows 95 / 98
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 7 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
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  • ASIN: B00006BSPG
  • Item Weight: 449 g
  • Release Date: 26 July 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 15,060 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Amazon.co.uk Review

Elite Force on the PC is a Trektastic first-person shooter set in the Voyager universe. The story plays like an episode of the hit show. The ill-fated USS Voyager answers a distress call only to find out that it's a carefully prepared trap that transports them to an alien ship graveyard from which there appears to be no escape. Their predicament forces Voyager's command crew to create the Hazard Team, a specialist squad charged with the task of exploring the other ships stranded in the mysterious vortex and discovering a way home.

This is standard first-person shooter fare with a Star Trek twist. You take on the role of Alex (or Alexandra) Munroe and get to wander about various sci-fi backdrops with ever increasing firepower. The story is well done and you really feel like you are participating in an episode of Star Trek; the weapons are imaginative enough to keep you interested. There's the usual array of puzzles along the way and some surprises and you get to take on the Borg in your attempt to get the crew of the ill-fated Voyager back on the path home.

One of the best aspects of the game is the multi-player experience. You can play either online or offline against bots in a number of sets from the holodeck including the Borg Cube and a Wild West scenario. Unlike the first-person campaign you can also play as your favourite character--cue Seven of Nine running around in ridiculously tight lycra. Basically this is a brilliantly done, atmospheric and immersive FPS for fans of the genre and of Star Trek alike. --Kristen Bowditch

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Good Solid Game, Well Worth The Money. 1 Sep 2002
After watching the show fairly regularly for a couple of years now, I was more than a little worried that Elite Force would reflect the sort of lost, sappy, meandering madness that the Star Trek universe has become on recent shows. By putting the characters in close contact with a variety of races, and by creating the "Hazard Team," a special group of security operatives sent in to handle dicey situations, the Star Trek universe gets a much-need kick in the pants from the "wow, the Doctor can sing opera!" slant of storytelling that's been killing the series over the past couple of years. By the time you're done you'll see rip-offs of Predator, Starship Troopers, and Aliens come before the sizzling muzzle of your phaser weapons, and while on the series that may come across as heavy-handed, in an action-oriented setting they're just what you need for good, clean fun.
After playing through the first few sections of the game, I was more than impressed with how the storyline branched out in new directions, and most of the game follows that formula. Just as with the first few levels, you'll be doing a variety of tasks -- taking out shield protectors, saving teammates, turning on gravity in giant ship bays. Because you'll spend the latter half of the game with a team of people assisting you, you'll be figuring out puzzles together, not just blasting through door X. In fact, that's one of the cool things about Elite Force-- you'll rarely, if ever, have to resort to finding a switch to open a specific door. Instead, you'll have situations such as one on a Borg vessel where one of your team works on breaking a force field open while you and your teammates work hard to protect them from a constant Borg onslaught.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I wasn't one of the first people queuing to buy Elite Force, but I wasn't one of the last either. I actually didn't buy the game until after it had been out for some time. However, once I did - I was hooked! From shooting the first shot against the Borg, to finally defeating the Forge alien, it is one immense action game - with surprises around the corner.
And the best part is - you can always replay it and change your tactics! That's what I did, and different things happened in each mission.
Also - once completed, it's fun to put the cheats in and go back and have a little fun killing Captain Janeway...you all know how she gets on your nerves!
I can't wait for the next Elite Force game to come out, on the 24th June 2003 - i'll definately be one of the first to get it.
And with the fantastic offers that amazon.co.uk provide - I'll definately get it through them!
To sum up - this is a game that anyone can enjoy, whether you're a trekker/trekkie or even someone who has never watched an episode in your life. The game is very self explanatory.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars its good but a bit short 13 Sep 2003
By Sam
This game is amazing even if you hate star-trek, which i'm sad to say i do. The storyline is brilliant. The only flaw is that it wasn't long enough for me. Especially after playing elite force 2 which is far, far bigger. Still at this amazing price it is worth getting!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars patchy but playable 30 Nov 2004
It's nice to hear the actual characters' voices on this game (with the exception of Seven of Nine but it's a close second) - the game is also nicely playable with real Star-Trek style missions to complete.
However, the graphics are, frankly, pants. The neck/colloar movements are hideous and the movments themselves are a little moonwalky for my taste. You can't really interact with NPCs all that much - when you try you're met with a rude response.
Some of your teammates' one-liners get repetitive too. "Well they know we're here now" occurs far, far too often.
A nice touch is that if you're too inaccurate with your firing and hit your teammates once to often, they turn on you and won't stop firing til you're dead, which is a nice reaction.
That said, the game is still ridiculously playable, if a little linear - you can't really deviate from the course but it's still sufficiently challenging to be worth a go.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best games I've ever played 19 Dec 2013
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I've been playing this game for over 10/11 years, although I've had to buy this game at least 3 times, due to the CD disc getting scratched. I still play it now, and still enjoy playing it despite I've completed it a few times now. But it's a fantastic game, the missions are brilliant, they get harder as they go along, which is great, and the weapons in the game are equally as good and I'm also very glad they got the whole Star Trek Voyager cast to do the voices of the crew in the game. I've now got the game with the Expansion Pack as the previous two discs I had just included Single Player and Holomatch. And it includes Virtual Voyager, which I think is brilliant, its great being able to explore Voyager in detail and go to different parts of the ship. Holomatch is also brilliant and lots of fun to play as well playing Single Player. I would recommend this game highly, even if you aren't a Star Trek fan or are one, definitely one of the best games I've ever played.
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