Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force (PC CD) by: Star Trek Voyager
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Platform: Windows 95, Windows 98
ESRB Age Rating: Teen
Release date: 26th July, 2002
Media: Video Game
- 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
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