Reviews and Problems with Star Trek Elite Force II
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Star Trek: Elite Force 2
27 May 2012
Excerpt: Without calling myself a Trekkie, I do consider myself a Star Trek enthousiast. Still, of all the Star Trek Licensed games I have only played Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force, which left me craving for more. Did I get that with Star Trek Elite Force 2? We shall see!
Excerpt: Games that are based on a successful movie licence usually have very poor production values, not being able to reach the success of the movie they are trying to convert to PC. There are many examples, and the Star Trek...
Summary: For years the Star Trek franchise was synonymous with extremely poor PC gaming.
A slew of reasons ranging from bad writing, poor graphics, to substandard
gameplay was the chagrin of devout gamers and Trek fans alike.
Excerpt: Another star trek game I hear your say? its been a while since the last, well this month anyway. Star Trek Voyager: Elite Forces is the first game to be based on the Voyager series. Star Trek EF uses the Quake 3 Engine to full effect making the game run smoother and better.
Excerpt: Star Trek: Elite Force II is the sequel to the critically acclaimed Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force. This time your mission takes place on the Enterprise, though oddly the only person that appears from the show is Captain Picard.
Excerpt: Three years ago, Activision and Raven have released their first-person shooter based upon the Star Trek Voyager TV series. Now Activision and Ritual return with more Trek shooter action in Elite Force II that features a new in-depth storyline, scenarios and even more tweaked Quake 3 Engine.
Excerpt: The summer, quite frankly, is a difficult time to keep up with game reviewing. When you’re stuck inside in the winter, almost nothing short of snowbound here in New Hampshire, there’s often nothing better to do than play games and write about them, but in the midst of summer, my wife lying in the...
Conclusion: the H.R. Giger Alien design in movement, behaviour, appearance, and in their involvement with the plot elements. Unfortunately copying a well developed enemy design from another successful game (i.e. Aliens vs. Predator) doesn’t guarantee a successful clone.
Summary: One of the better Star Trek games of recent past was . The first person shooter wasn’t trying to push the boundaries of the genre but to offer a nice action packed Star Trek game. Warp ahead a few years later and now we have and the return of the Hazard Team.
Excerpt: Much like the Star Wars franchise, Star Trek has had its own long run of hit-and-miss licensed games. Knowing nothing about the Elite Force games, one might guess that a Star Trek first person shooter would be a bad decision.