Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force (2000)

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You play a key member of an elite commando force that plays a key role when the Voyager is abducted and trapped in a spaceship graveyard.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
The Doctor (voice)
Joan Buddenhagen ...
Seven of Nine (voice)
Neelix (voice)
Judi M. Durand ...
Rino Romano ...
Devon Raymond ...
Crewman Telsia Murphy (voice) (as Iris Bar-Ziv)
Lieutenant Les Foster / Hirogen / Klingon (voice)
Crewman Chell (voice)


Lt. Commander Tuvok, chief officer of the USS Voyager, has started a force against the dangerous races of the Delta Quadrant. You play as a member of this Elite Force of Starfleet Security officers as you battle the Borg, Hirogen, Species 8472, and other races of the Delta Quadrant. Your arsenal includes weapons seen on Voyager, as well as new alien and prototypical Starfleet weapons. Written by Wes Button <>

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Crewman Jeffrey Nelson was born in Montana on November 22, 2353. See more »


Paris: This is great! What is it?
Neelix: Pie.
Paris: What kind of pie?
Neelix: Oh, just pie.
Paris: What kind of pie?
Neelix: Lorinax grub roach pie. Enjoy!
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References Star Trek: Voyager: Unimatrix Zero: Part 1 (2000) See more »

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Best Star Trek game to come down the pike
30 May 2001 | by (Boston, USA) – See all my reviews

First things first.

Are you going to like this game more if you are a Trekkie? Of course.

Can it stand on its own merits and be enjoyable for those not indoctrinated by the Federation? Absolutely.

Elite Force has amazing graphics(no hiccups or hitches on a PIII 900), great musical score (reminiscent in places of the DS9 opening music) and a tight knit story. As a FPS it has both challenging exploration puzzles and fast and furious shoot 'em ups. For the Trekkies in the crowd it has the added bonus of being able to interact with Voyager regulars. The Bonus pack add-on only enhances this by adding the exploration mode, which lets you roam freely on 11 decks of Voyager.

The only severe drawback the game has is its length. Put bluntly, its way too short. For gamers used to Halflife it will seem like your just warming up by the time you finish off the final boss. It's a shame because there is a lot more potential here that goes untapped.

This drawback, however, is not enough to pull the game off your purchase list. This is especially true since it has by now made its way to the discount bins. (I picked up my copy for $9 US.) For all those who feel that there haven't been enough people reduced to orange light in recent Star Trek episodes, this games for you.

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