Star Trek: Voyager Elite Force (PS2) Reviews
Product Type: other PS2 games
Newest Review: ... something of a visual highlight, even if the brightly-lit facades are rather basic when paid close attention. The majority of ... more
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Customer Star Trek: Voyager Elite Force (PS2) Reviews (2)
by - written on 16/11/11, updated on 16/11/11 (Very useful, 42 readings)
In theory at least, Elite Force could have been the answer to so many a long-suffering sci-fi fan's prayers. After a seemingly endless run of straight-laced space combat games and colourless real-time strategies, finally a first-person shoot 'em up arrived that put you right in the heart of a Star Trek universe, phasers and all. Sadly, by the time of its PS2 release in 2001 more than a year after first debuting on PC, Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force had already been assimilated by its superior competitors. Decent games-of-films are few and far between, decent games-of-TV-series' perhaps even more so. What's frustrating is how much of a missed opportunity Elite ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/08/02, updated on 21/08/02 (Very useful, 318 readings)
I’ve always been a bit of a Star Wars man myself. I know what you’re thinking, ‘He’s going to give our beloved programme a verbal trouncing’. Saying that though, I’ve always been partial to the majority of science fiction and when sci-fi and games meet, I’m in intergalactic heaven. So here we have Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force where you will find yourself in the shoes of Ensign Munro. Life is never simple on board the U.S.S. Voyager so you won’t be surprised when an alien probe interrupts your 70-year journey back to earth. As you and the Voyager crew are unwillingly transported to a mysterious null-space ... Read the complete review
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