Reviews and Problems with Star Trek Elite Force II
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21 November 2014
Summary: I have to say I was a little disappointed... I love the first one with a passion but there is something about this second one that seems a little off. While the graphics are a MAJOR improvement and nice to finally be able to use a tricorder, the cut scenes are unskippable (and there is minute long...
More action than brains spoils replayability of this game
Rottenberg's rotten book review, Amazon
16 March 2014
Summary: YOU KNOW WHAT IT'S ABOUT "Elite Force 2" follows the adventures of Lt. Munro, leader of the Hazard team, Starfleet's special commando team "Elite Force". (Unlike the first EF game, you play Munroe only as a guy.
Summary: This is going to just be a comparison between Elite Force 1 and 2. EF1: Lots of varied architecture, including Borg, Etherian, Klingon, etc., with no repeats. Many of these architectures are really gorgeous. This applies to both single-player and multi-player maps.
Summary: This game's graphics and story line are much improved on the first entry, ST: Elite Force. It also adds some puzzle-solving tasks, which is a nice way to break up the action. If you liked the first game you are likely to enjoy this sequel, but don't expect anything new to the FPS genre.
Summary: Maybe I am a boring sod, 59 yrs old, but I have been playing computer games forever. Begining with Dungeon Master et al. I have to admit I am only on the second level but with the exception of the tedious logic puzzles there is nothing in this game that grabs me. Unlike Unreal2 which amazed me.
Summary: The original Elite Force took gamers and reviewers by surprise when first released, as it was quite simply the best Star Trek game ever. As a FPS it was extremely enjoyable - while never pushing the genre to new heights.
Summary: Personally, I loved this game as I’m a great fan of all the star trek series. But even as game without the star trek support, it’s simply amazing. That said, it is even better if you watch next generation and voyager a lot.
Summary: The original Elite Force was a long way from eing "excellent" - while it looked nice, it was far too short. Elite Force 2 is a bit more in the same vein. The game is longer than its predecessor, although the lengthy storyline cut-scenes do become quite annoying later in the game.