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Reviewed: Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force
Author: Michael Ahlf       Date: November 23rd 2000
Page: 4


 
Final Breakdown

Gameplay:

The single-player is great, but the multiplayer could have been made a bit better. Play this game for the storyline, not for the ability to blast the heck out of your friends.

Graphics:

This kind of beauty proves that the Quake 3 engine is the best out there for now.

Sound and Music:

The voices make the game, with beautiful music and effects to back them up. Raven software, thankfully, didn't have to make the game with soundalikes.

Multiplayer:

The multiplayer is nice, but it's just like playing Quake 3, and feels more like a mod than a new game.

AI and Difficulty:

The AI is good but not perfect. Then again, all the enemies are in character -- and that Hirogen Alpha is TOUGH!

Controls and Interface:

No problem can really be found in the interface, it's almost exactly the same as Quake 3.

Overall:

What are you waiting for? Try it out already!

Pluses (+)
  • Great Gameplay
  • Superb Trek Authenticity
  • Minuses (-)
  • Multiplayer is just like Q3 (not sure it's actually a Minus but I had to write something)
  • Too few polygons on faces: too many on Seven of Nine's "curved surfaces."
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    Added:  Thursday, November 23, 2000
    Reviewer:  Michael Ahlf
    Score:
    Page: 4/5

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