Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force

Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force

Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force
List Price: £67.95


  • Elite Force on the PC was a Trektastic first-person shooter set in the Voyager universe
  • The PS2 version is a direct port of the original game and unfortunately it’s lost something in translation
  • 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 which 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

Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force
List Price: £67.95
Your Price: £67.95- Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force

Elite Force on the PC was a Trektastic first-person shooter set in the Voyager universe. The PS2 version is a direct port of the original game and unfortunately it’s lost something in translation. 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 which 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 really feels like being in an episode of Star Trek and the weapons are imaginative enough to keep you interested. There’s the usual array of puzzles along the way, some surprises and you get to take on The Borg. But what is disappointing in this PS2 version is that there isn’t anything really new about it. Graphically it’s a shadow of its former PC self with the backgrounds looking pixilated and washed out and the load times are interminable. The enemy AI is also less than stellar with quite a few putting up less fight than a bag full of Tribbles… on vallium. Basically the PC version was so immersive that this console adaptation just doesn’t do it justice; it’s not bad, it just doesn’t set your phaser to stun. FPS fans will find that the genre has moved on too much for Elite Force to make any kind of impact and it’s really only going to appeal to true blue Star Trek fans who will probably already have played

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LucasArts Classic: Star Wars: Jedi Knight II – Outcast (PC)

LucasArts Classic: Star Wars: Jedi Knight II – Outcast (PC)

LucasArts Classic: Star Wars: Jedi Knight II - Outcast (PC)
List Price: £22.95


  • A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away (well five years ago in California to be precise), Lucas Arts developed a first-person shooter (and third person lightsabre) adventure starring mercenary and latent Jedi Kyle Katarn
  • For Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast, Raven Software (responsible for Star Trek Elite Force) has taken over development, but rest assured Kyle is back and this time he’s defiantly on the right side of the force
  • The action takes place nine years after Jedi Knight, Kyle has forsworn his lightsabre and the Force and with his partner Jan Ors now works for the New Republic
  • You join him as he is sent to investigate remaining Imperial forces (now called the Remnant) on a remote outpost
  • From the outset you really know that this is a sequel, if you played Jedi Knight you will nod sagely at the references to its denouement–the valley of the Jedi–in the opening cut sequence of JK2

LucasArts Classic: Star Wars: Jedi Knight II - Outcast (PC)
List Price: £22.95
Your Price: £22.95- LucasArts Classic: Star Wars: Jedi Knight II - Outcast (PC)

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away (well five years ago in California to be precise), Lucas Arts developed a first-person shooter (and third person lightsabre) adventure starring mercenary and latent Jedi Kyle Katarn. For Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast, Raven Software (responsible for Star Trek Elite Force) has taken over development, but rest assured Kyle is back and this time he’s defiantly on the right side of the force. The action takes place nine years after Jedi Knight, Kyle has forsworn his lightsabre and the Force and with his partner Jan Ors now works for the New Republic. You join him as he is sent to investigate remaining Imperial forces (now called the Remnant) on a remote outpost. From the outset you really know that this is a sequel, if you played Jedi Knight you will nod sagely at the references to its denouement–the valley of the Jedi–in the opening cut sequence of JK2. There is also no training mission, you are thrown straight into stormtrooper-slaying action (you will initially have to manage with a pitifully poor excuse for a weapon the blaster as Kyle has given up carrying a lightsabre.) But having said that this is classic shooter action, you run around killing things, solving puzzles and gradually unravelling the plot with the single player campaign is split up into eight missions spanning 24 levels on seven worlds including Nar Shaddaa, Yavin and the Cloud City of Bespin. The thing that makes JK2 different from other shooters is when you get the lightsabre. This aspect of the game is seriously improved from the original, here you can block, smash boxes and even throw your weapon and watch it return to your hand like a Jedi boomerang. The camera automatically changes to a third-person view whenever you activate the lightsabre, which makes it

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Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force

Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force

Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force
List Price: £39.99



Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force
List Price: £39.99
Your Price: £29.96- Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force

Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force is as close as we’ve come so far to actually being able to participate in an away team mission. The plot of this first-person shooter is pure Star Trek: during a battle with an alien ship, the badly damaged USS Voyager is transported by mysterious means to a strange spaceship graveyard. It isn’t long before the Voyager crew members discover they aren’t the only abductees trying to patch their vessel together and escape, and the adventure begins. As a member of Voyager’s newly formed hazard team, it’s your job to secure required repair materials, gather information about the other survivors, and ultimately enable Voyager to resume its long journey home.

Frequently there are two or more team members with you (including familiar faces like Seven of Nine), which lets missions play out more like episodes from the series than a solo firefight that just happens to take place in a Star Trek setting. Other team members will disable security fields, analyse data, converse with you as the mission progresses, and add some much-needed firepower in the tough battle sequences. Elite Force uses the Quake III engine to good effect, serving up some beautiful environments, colourful special effects, and smooth frame rates. Our only gripe is that all the missions take place inside various spacecraft, but the architecture used by each race is unique so that it isn’t too repetitive.

Elite Force stays very true to the source material, as you’ll discover the first time you beam into a Borg cube and watch the inhabitants march by as if you weren’t there. Shot a passing Borg and the massive environment sprung to life as the threat was detected and dozens of angry Borg will converge onto your position. The cast of the TV series provided the voices for their characters in the game, and the artists painstakingly modelled the interior of Voyager. It all lends an authentic flair to this fun game that belongs in the collection of any Star Trek fan. —T Byrl Baker

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Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force – Expansion Pack (PC)

Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force – Expansion Pack (PC)

Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force - Expansion Pack (PC)
List Price: £19.99



Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force - Expansion Pack (PC)
List Price: £19.99
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Elite Force Mission Pack attempts to fill in the gaps in the original Elite Force. Hardcore Voyager fans may be pleased with the Virtual Voyager mode, which enables you to wander around the ship, interacting with crew members and equipment. However, some may find getting lost in Voyager’s labyrinthine corridors a little frustrating and tasks to complete, items to collect and mini-games to discover are too heavily interspersed with pointless corridor wandering to be particularly entertaining.

The single player game remains unchanged, save for the inclusion of Jeri Ryan’s voice. This is disappointing because one major gripe was the shortness of the original adventure. Similarly, the new holo-training missions are a very hit-and-miss affair, offering little more than bland variations of the original holo-distractions. It’s not all bad though; there are enough new maps and model skins to accompany most online gamers right through puberty. New modes include Assimilation–a Borg-themed version of Tag–and Elimination, a last-player-standing variation. Disintegration provides a frenetic “one-shot kills” mode and Action Hero sees players trying to neutralise the Hero in order to earn enhanced weapons and abilities. The player-class option brings more team-based play to Elite Force, with player strengths and weaknesses depending on their chosen class. Remaining offerings range from artwork and preview trailers to the useful editing tools for the mod makers out there (somewhere).

Despite the volume of extras, the expansion pack only really improves on the multiplayer game and single player fans won’t be missing much. As such this will only appeal to those who truly love Voyager and Elite Force; less fanatical fanatics will have to boldly go elsewhere for their fix. —Tae Mawson

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Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force Double Pack

Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force Double Pack

Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force Double Pack
List Price: £19.99



Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force Double Pack
List Price: £19.99
Your Price: £39.98- Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force Double Pack

Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force is as close as we’ve come so far to actually being able to participate in an away team mission. The plot of this first-person shooter is pure Star Trek: during a battle with an alien ship, the badly damaged USS Voyager is transported by mysterious means to a strange spaceship graveyard. It isn’t long before the Voyager crew members discover they aren’t the only abductees trying to escape. As a member of Voyager’s newly formed hazard team, it’s your job to secure required repair materials, gather information about the other survivors, and ultimately enable Voyager to resume its long journey home.

Frequently there are two or more team members with you, which lets missions play out more like episodes from the series than a solo firefight that just happens to take place in a Star Trek setting. Other team members will disable security fields, analyse data, converse with you as the mission progresses, and add some much-needed firepower in the tough battle sequences. Elite Force uses the Quake III engine to good effect, serving up some beautiful environments, colourful special effects, and smooth frame rates.

The Elite Force Mission Pack attempts to fill in the gaps in the original Elite Force. Hardcore Voyager fans may be pleased with the Virtual Voyager mode, which enables you to wander around the ship, interacting with crew members and equipment. However, some may find getting lost in Voyager’s labyrinthine corridors a little frustrating and tasks to complete, items to collect and mini-games to discover are too heavily interspersed with pointless corridor wandering to be particularly entertaining.

The single player game remains unchanged, save for the inclusion of Jeri Ryan’s voice. This is disappointing because one major gripe was the shortness of the original adventure. Similarly, the new holo-training missions are a very hit-and-miss affair, offering little more than bland variations of the original holo-distractions. It’s not all bad though; there are enough new maps and model skins to accompany most online gamers right through puberty. New modes include Assimilation–a Borg-themed version of Tag–and Elimination, a last-player-standing variation. Disintegration provides a frenetic “one-shot kills” mode and Action Hero sees players trying to neutralise the Hero in order to earn enhanced weapons and abilities.

Despite the volume of extras, the expansion pack only really improves on the multiplayer game and single player fans won’t be missing much. As such this will only appeal to those who truly love Voyager and Elite Force; less fanatical fanatics will have to boldly go elsewhere for their fix.–Tae Mawson

Your Price: £39.98 – Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force Double Pack

Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force

Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force

Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force
List Price: £39.99



Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force
List Price: £39.99
Your Price: £49.99- Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force

Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force is as close you can get to actually being able to participate in an away-team mission. The plot of this first-person shooter is pure Star Trek. During a battle with an alien ship, the badly damaged USS Voyager is transported by mysterious means to a strange spaceship graveyard.

It isn’t long before the Voyager crew members discover they aren’t the only abductees trying to patch their vessel together and escape… and the adventure begins. As a member of Voyager’s newly formed hazard team, it’s your job to secure required repair materials, gather information about the other survivors, and ultimately enable Voyager to resume its long journey home.

Frequently there are two or more team members with you (including familiar faces such as Seven of Nine), which lets missions play out more like episodes from the series than a solo firefight that just happens to take place in a Star Trek setting. Other team members will disable security fields, analyze data, converse with you as the mission progresses, and add some much-needed firepower in the tough battle sequences.

Elite Force uses the Quake III engine to good effect, serving up some beautiful environments, colourful special effects and smooth frame rates. Our only gripe is that all the missions take place inside various spacecraft, but the architecture used by each race is unique so that it isn’t too repetitive.

The cast of the TV series provided the voices for their characters in the game, and the artists painstakingly modeled the interior of Voyager. It all lends an authentic flair to this fun game that belongs in the collection of any Star Trek fan. –T Byrl Baker

Your Price: £49.99 – Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force

Riley's Game Time – Invading the Scavenger Ship! — Voyager Elite Force (4)


Riley’s Game Time – Invading the Scavenger Ship! — Voyager Elite Force (4)
Rating: 4
Today’s Game: Star Trek: Voyager Elite Force I About the game: bit.ly Part 1: bit.ly Part 2: bit.ly Part 3: bit.ly Part 5: bit.ly Riley kicks off his Game Time series with Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force I on the PC. This has been a favorite of Rileys ever since its release in 2000. This series will encompass 8 videos in total – this means Riley will play and commentate on more than 90% of the game! Now you can join Riley for some commentary excitement as he plays some of his past favorites! New episodes uploaded twice a week. Rather than a snapshot of a particular title (similar to what Jon does), Riley plays a good majority of the entire game. Join him every Monday and Friday so watch him progress through his favorite video game titles! +++++++++++++++++++++++ Social Networks! Twitter: www.ideoProductions.com Facebook: www.ideoProductions.com Facebook App: apps.facebook.com +++++++++++++++++++++++ Email Me! rileyfan -at- ideoproductions.com +++++++++++++++++++++++ Check out the ideo Productions Network! ideo Facebook: www.ideoProductions.com Jon’s Channel: www.ideoProductions.com Jory’s Channel: www.ideoProductions.com Main Channel: www.ideoProductions.com +++++++++++++++++++++++ Created by Riley McIlwain An ideo Production – © 2011. ~

Riley's Game Time – Sniping Scavengers! — Voyager Elite Force (5)


Riley’s Game Time – Sniping Scavengers! — Voyager Elite Force (5)
Rating: 4
Today’s Game: Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force Part 1: bit.ly Part 2: bit.ly Part 3: bit.ly Part 4: bit.ly Part 5: bit.ly Part 6: bit.ly About the game: bit.ly Game Time Show: bit.ly Riley kicks off his Game Time series with Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force I on the PC. This has been a favorite of Rileys ever since its release in 2000. This series will encompass 8 videos in total – this means Riley will play and commentate on more than 90% of the game! Now you can join Riley for some commentary excitement as he plays some of his past favorites! New episodes uploaded twice a week. Rather than a snapshot of a particular title (similar to what Jon does), Riley plays a good majority of the entire game. Join him every Monday and Friday so watch him progress through his favorite video game titles! +++++++++++++++++++++++ Social Networks! Twitter: www.ideoProductions.com Facebook: www.ideoProductions.com Facebook App: apps.facebook.com +++++++++++++++++++++++ Email Me! rileyfan -at- ideoproductions.com +++++++++++++++++++++++ Check out the ideo Productions Network! ideo Facebook: www.ideoProductions.com Jon’s Channel: www.ideoProductions.com Jory’s Channel: www.ideoProductions.com Main Channel: www.ideoProductions.com +++++++++++++++++++++++ Created by Riley McIlwain An ideo Production – © 2011. ~

Star Trek: Elite Force II (PC CD)

Star Trek: Elite Force II (PC CD)

Star Trek: Elite Force II (PC CD)
List Price: £39.99



Star Trek: Elite Force II (PC CD)
List Price: £39.99
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Combining elements of puzzling, exploration and full-on first-person action, Star Trek Elite Force II picks up where the excellent original left off. That it also proves to be one of the smartest uses of the undoubtedly resourceful Star Trek licence should endear it still further to action-hungry PC gamers. Putting the player in the shoes of one of those throwaway extras that tend to disappear in a special effect from time to time, the challenge is to complete a series of missions spread across environments that should be more than familiar to the average Trek fan. Yet to the credit of the designers, they’re also suitably diverting to uninitiated, thanks to quality level design, a succession of interesting challenges and a believable game environment.

As a game, it demands that you work out what to do and where to do it, which frequently means putting weapons away and letting your brain do some of the work. But a good blast is never too far away, and you’re never left you with nothing to do. Sure, you might find yourself stuck from time to time, but a little bit of thought can usually back you out of a corner.

Frankly, it’s all very good fun, with just a couple of caveats. For instance, it does follow a tried and tested path that fans of this kind of title will have trodden many times before. It doesn’t add too much in gameplay terms to the original, either.

All things considered though, it’s still an easy game to recommend. Challenging, entertaining and, when it hits top gear, really quite engrossing, Elite Force II is polished PC entertainment and one of the strongest users of the Trek licence to date. —Simon Brew

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Let's Play Star Trek Elite Force – Part 1


Let’s Play Star Trek Elite Force – Part 1
Rating: 4
We’re starting a new game, one of my favorite fps games of all time. Came out in the year 2000.

Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force (Playstation 2) Pt. 6


Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force (Playstation 2) Pt. 6
Rating: 0
This is my Gameplay footage of Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force for the Playstation 2. This game was originally created on and released for the computer on September 20th 2000 it was than ported to the Playstation 2 on December 6th 2001 roughly a year after the Playstation 2 was released in North America. Even though the graphics are outdated will I enjoy this game or will it lead me to the point I want to hang myself via my balls? Watch and find out.

Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force (Playstation 2) Pt. 7


Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force (Playstation 2) Pt. 7
Rating: 0
This is my Gameplay footage of Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force for the Playstation 2. This game was originally created on and released for the computer on September 20th 2000 it was than ported to the Playstation 2 on December 6th 2001 roughly a year after the Playstation 2 was released in North America. Even though the graphics are outdated will I enjoy this game or will it lead me to the point I want to hang myself via my balls? Watch and find out.

Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force

Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force

Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force
List Price: £9.99



Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force
List Price: £9.99
Your Price: £28.24- Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force

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

Your Price: £28.24 – Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force