Summary: All in all this was a decent game. The atmosphere was good, and the graphics were much improved from the original Elite Force. The weapons and sounds were authentic to the series as well. So what, you may ask, is the reason I only gave it a 3? This is because it has poor replay value. I beat it in about 3 days and I don't really feel like going through again. Good game though, I liked it. If you're a Star Trek fan its a good game to check out.
Summary: As in most of my reviews, I use the word "solid." While this game doesn't match up to Aliens Vs Predator 2, I enjoyed it much more than the original Elite Force. For me, the graphics were much improved. I found this game a bit more challenging than the first. It was hard enough at times, to get me frustrated. Yet not too hard to throw in the towel. You'll battle aliens on different ships in the galaxy.
Summary: Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed this game. Graphics in particular were greatly improved over the original. I enjoyed a change of scenery from voyager to the Enterprise-E. Weapons, more than the original, some were enhanced. There are some secrets to look for, and they are worth checking out if found. As with all windows software, it can be expected to give some problems, but for the most part it was stable.
Not quite the original, but entertaining nevertheless
Brian Brackeen "_code_poet_", Amazon
20 January 2004
Summary: (spoilers) I am an avid elite force one fan. I beat the first game several times. So I guess i see some of the nuances that most ppl do not see of this game. Over all, the overall plot itself is a lot more elaborate and surprisingly much more believable the original. In this game, despite the love triangle, the character interaction is so much more one dimentional. I liked the fact that blessman was a jerk, chell was a fradycat, and tuvok was a jerk.
Summary: This was a disappointing follow up to the previous release. I was interested in the Star Trek world and really excited when I found out this took place on the Enterprise. However, that excitement slowly faded to bland interest. Let me give you the lowdown on how this game works. 1) Start New Mission 2) Get separated from rest of away team 3) Open door / climb stairs / take elevator 4) Blast everything in sight 5) Find another door 6) Goto step 4, until your tired of...
Summary: I have been playing for a week and haven't had any problems with this game. The graphics are really good and the sound pulls you into the game. A couple times some encounters made me jump, and that is rare in a game. If you liked the first Elite Force then you should like this one too. There is one mission that you get to some some space walking on the Hull. One mission you have to manually control a turrent on the Starship in order to save it.
Summary: An fps based on the Tv show with the voice of real cast including Captain Picard. Built on the Quake3 engine the graphics are not much different and quite dated today but the system requierements are low. You play the leader of the Hazard Team, Lt. Munro and take over the baddies who have a weapon of mass destruction. Some of the missions are linear while some missions are very hard.
Summary: I love first person shooters. I happen to also enjoy Star Trek. Does this profile match yours? If so, go get this game...now! I had my doubts. Reading endlessly through reviews of games in magazines and online, I have seen other games that reviewers shove down my throat about being worth my hard earned dollar. This game was installed in the mid afternoon and it's nearly tomorrow.