Summary: Excellent plot and acting, though it's a shame they couldn't get Jeri Ryan. As far as I know, the Elite Force series is the only Trek incarnation as an FPS. Fortunately, they nkocked it out of the park with this one. It's wonderful getting to explore Voyager and be a part of their journey for a brief period. Yes, compared to today's high def graphics it looks ancient, but it still plays Excellent plot and acting, though it's a shame they couldn't get Jeri Ryan.
One of the two best Star Trek "game experiences" ever made...
Cary L. Brown, Amazon
25 October 2011
Summary: The history of Star Trek games has been a long, convoluted, and remarkably inconsistent one. Some games have been HORRIBLE, most have been remarkably average, but a few have been exceptionally well made. This game is the best "first person" Trek experience ever made, and "Klingon Academy" is the best starship combat simulation ever made. Both are utterly immersive, tremendous fun, and draw you into a story-telling experience. To be fair, I was never a fan of Voyager...
Summary: Star Trek Voyager Elite Force is quite fun. I have enjoyed it thoroughly. The only thing negative is that the "used" product did not come with a CD key which means I cannot play it online. However, given the age of the game, it is likely that no one plays it online anyway. The single player is a lot of fun and it was well worth buying.
Summary: This is certainly one of my favorite 1st person shooter games and since I'm a fan of the show it makes all the more interesting. The graphics are of course out dated but still very detailed and interactive. I'd love to see more of this quality game.
Summary: The graphics are decent for the year it was created in. I like the fact that it feels as though you are participating in the episodes of Star Trek Voyager. The only thing that I didn't like about it was the fact that you could die easily. So, I went against my mantra and used the cheat codes that prevented me from dying. I thought the re-creation of Voyager was well done, and it feels real to be in the game.
Summary: This 1st-person-shooter game has you taking on the role of Alexander Munro (or the lovely Alexandra) an ensign aboard Star Trek's USS Voyager. When Voyager was catapulted into a distant corner of the galaxy - far beyond any hope of reinforcements - Tuvok, the ship's executive officer, formed the Hazard Team, an elite corps of Starfleet commandos capable of facing any threat.
Summary: I have had Elite Force for years, and I have to say that it is just as fun as it was when I first played the game. You really do feel like you are part of the Voyager crew as the entire cast (minus Kes) returns to reprise their roles we all know and love from the series. The story is sharp and the acting is even sharper. Fighting the Borg face to face is really amazing, talking to the crew is even cooler.
Summary: This game is sooooooo fun! Any fan of Voyager would like it. And, with all the modifications, multiplayer (holomatch) maps and skins (what your character looks like) you can download it certainly gets more fun. The only thing that could improve this is the expansion pack and its "explore voyager" mode. Its even better with cheats: press tilda (the key next to 1 which looks like this `) and type "god" then hit enter. Now you have infinte health and armor!