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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Star Trek Online

Star Trek Online

Star Trek Online
List Price: £31.95


  • Recurring monthly subscription required to play The Final Frontier: Become a warrior in the Klingon Empire or join the Federation’s esteemed Starfleet and explore a never-before-seen, completely interactive Star Trek Universe
  • You Are The Captain: Command your own starship
  • Recruit and train your own AI controlled crew
  • Space & Ground: Pilot your starship through the endless depths of space
  • Beam down with your own away team and explore strange new worlds

Star Trek Online
List Price: £31.95
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Recurring monthly subscription required to play The Final Frontier: Become a warrior in the Klingon Empire or join the Federation’s esteemed Starfleet and explore a never-before-seen, completely interactive Star Trek Universe.  You Are The Captain: Command your own starship. Recruit and train your own AI controlled crew.  Space & Ground: Pilot your starship through the endless depths of space. Beam down with your own away team and explore strange new worlds.  Total Customisation: Play the game the way you want. Customise the look of your ship and design your avatar and crew. Create your own alien race within the Star Trek Universe! Minimum System Requirements OS – Windows XP(SP2)/Vista/7r PrProcessor – Intel core 2 duo 1.8GHz or AMD Athlon X2 3800+ Memory – 1GB Hard drive – 10GB DVD-Rom – 6X Video Card – Nvidia Geforce 7950 / ATI Radeon X1800 / intel HD graphics Sound card – DirectX version 9.0cr  

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Star Trek Hidden Evil

Star Trek Hidden Evil

Star Trek Hidden Evil
List Price: £25.95


  • Following the plot of Star Trek: Insurrection, you have been ordered to command Captain Picard’s shuttle to the Ba’ku planet
  • On Ba’ku you find a peaceful colony who have discovered the fountain of youth
  • Romulan forces seek to enslave the inhabitants of Ba’ku and it is up to you save the natives
  • This game features story-driven missions filled with combat, exploration, and intelligence any fan would enjoy

Star Trek Hidden Evil
List Price: £25.95
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Following the plot of Star Trek: Insurrection, you have been ordered to command Captain Picard’s shuttle to the Ba’ku planet. On Ba’ku you find a peaceful colony who have discovered the fountain of youth. Romulan forces seek to enslave the inhabitants of Ba’ku and it is up to you save the natives. This game features story-driven missions filled with combat, exploration, and intelligence any fan would enjoy.

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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: Away Team

Star Trek: Away Team

Star Trek: Away Team
List Price: £19.99



Star Trek: Away Team
List Price: £19.99
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Star Trek Away Team is a top down optional RTS game that sees you command a four man away team through a number of missions behind enemy lines. With an interface similar to Commandos the movement is mainly controlled via the mouse and shortcut keys rather than face paced First Person Shooter action.

Armed with the task of helping out where the Federation can’t, Star Trek Away Team sees you play Captain Refelian on the USS Incursion, a new class of ship that can cloak/mask itself to look like any other class ship across the Star Trek universe.

Guiding you through your missions as you fight the Borg, Kinglons and of course Romulons is the voice of Brent Spinner–otherwise known as Data–and although you are unable to play him, it offers the familiarity that we all come to depend on in the Star Trek games.

Anyone who enjoyed Commandos or general strategy will be at home with the control system, especially the visual shortcuts. Trading on the roots of other great strategy games makes for a good start; and you can skip the handholding of early missions.

The 2-D viewpoint makes for a specification-friendly game except for the 600 Mb disk space; the main processor can trade down to under 350Mhz and less than 32 Mb on your graphics card. Being Star Trek it’s almost blood free. The morality code within the game encourages stealth and long-range tactics; not the wading in with all guns blazing prevalent in Elite Force. Like its first-person elder brother, it succeeds by being a good game, Star Trek or not. —Kenneth Henry.

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Star Trek Federation Compilation – PC CD-ROM

Star Trek Federation Compilation – PC CD-ROM

Star Trek Federation Compilation - PC CD-ROM
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  • STARFLEET ACADEMY-THE FIRST AND ONLY STAR TREK ACTION/FLIGHT SIMULATOR
  • STARFLEET ACADEMY-CHEKOVS LOST MISSIONS
  • STAR TREK 25TH ANNIVERSARY
  • STAR TREK-THE NEXT GENERATION-EMBARK ON AN ADVENTURE BEYOND YOUR IMAGINATION
  • STAR TREK GENERATIONS-EXPLORER.WARRIOR.STRATEGIST.

Star Trek Federation Compilation - PC CD-ROM
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Star Trek: Invasion

Star Trek: Invasion

Star Trek: Invasion
List Price: £12.99



Star Trek: Invasion
List Price: £12.99
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While Star Trek Invasion never quite reaches the lofty heights of the Colony Wars games, it’s still worth a look even if you’re not a green-blooded trekkie.

Set in the timeline of the Next Generation TV and film series, Invasion has you cast in the role of a fighter pilot destined for a big part in the upcoming war against the Earth-bound Borg. The Borg is not the only Trek race to show up in here; the Cardassians, Klingons, and Bajorans are all along, too. Whilst actors Michael Dorn as Worf and Patrick Stewart as Captain Picard contribute good voice acting to an all-around solid production.

The visuals in Invasion are uniformly sharp and show an attention to detail that almost makes the old PlayStation beg for mercy. The planets, the ships, the explosions (especially the explosions!) are top notch. Disturbingly, the controls in Invasion can be a little to sensitve at times and are suited to perhaps better space jokeys amongst us.

Perhaps because it is set in the more politically correct universe of Star Trek, Invasion does lack Colony Wars‘ level of intense, gritty combat and its story isn’t nearly as engaging. Yet, for a laser-blast filled journey into the final frontier, it’s still a fun ride.–Mark Brooks

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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)
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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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Amazing Lasers! – Blu-ray Laser Phaser!


Amazing Lasers! – Blu-ray Laser Phaser!
Rating: 4
Hack a Playstation 3 blu-ray laser and turn the Star Trek Phaser into a Blu-Ray Laser Phaser! CAUTION!! Lasers can be dangerous! Do not point them at any living thing! DO NOT look into the beam or the reflection of the beam. Always wear laser goggles.

Star Trek: Starfleet Command III (PC CD)

Star Trek: Starfleet Command III (PC CD)

Star Trek: Starfleet Command III (PC CD)
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Star Trek: Starfleet Command III (PC CD)
List Price: £19.99
Your Price: £84.99- Star Trek: Starfleet Command III (PC CD)

Take to the planes of space once more with Star Trek: Starfleet Command 3 for the PC. The game, which continues on from the popular Star Trek Commander series, allows you to pit your wits against the Klingons, Romulans and occasional Borg in this real-time strategy battle fest.

Set before the latest Star Trek Next Generation movie–Star Trek Nemesis–the Klingon and Federations alliance has become awfully close–too close for the liking of the ever encroaching Romulans. And so with the chance of peace on a galactic scale, the Romulans want one thing and one thing only: war.

Playing all three races, there is plenty of depth for both the RTS fan and Star Trek aficionado alike, and with an array of weapons, shuttle craft to control and scanning to be done, this game will soon eat a couple of hours without any thought.

Graphics and sound are similar to the previous incarnations, meaning this game will easily run on a low-spec machine. Meanwhile the standardised inclusion of multi-player options, quick skirmishes and campaign-based levels shows that Activision is still offering plenty to play within the game.

If you are a hardened fan of the Star Trek genre, then this game will certainly be for you. Yes, there is less choice than in previous versions, but somehow this comes across as a good thing. For the real-time strategist, it offers something different, with plenty of time to manage weapons, ships and entire fleets —Jason Denwood

Your Price: £84.99 – Star Trek: Starfleet Command III (PC CD)

Lego Universe, Star Trek Online and gaming grannies


Lego Universe, Star Trek Online and gaming grannies
Rating: 4
We look at 2010’s new crop of massively multiplayer online games, play Nintendo with French pensioners and become the bearers of some bad gaming news. Follow us on twitter at twitter.com

New STO Ground Combat Tutorial


New STO Ground Combat Tutorial
Rating: 4
Season 4: Crossfire brings you a new way to experience ground combat in Star Trek Online. We now offer an alternate firing mode called “Shooter Mode.” This optional mode allows for increased responsiveness and quicker acquisition of targets via the targeting reticule. Shooter Mode greatly improves the pacing of ground combat, rendering it significantly more visceral. Response times and activate times are much quicker and gratifying, while recharge times on the secondary fire for most weapons have been greatly reduced. www.startrekonline.com

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 Online demo from Gamescon 09


Star Trek Online demo from Gamescon 09
Rating: 4
The new Star Trek Online game play demo shown at Gamescon 2009 in Cologne Germany. The Star Trek license is owned by CBS Star Trek images property of Paramount Pictures & CBS Corporation The footage and game “Star Trek Online” is owned and operated by Atari and Cryptic Studios. Video made available by IGN

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.