When the U.S.S. Voyager is transported to a spaceship graveyard, Ensign Alex Munro of the elite commando force, the Hazard Team, must protect the ship during encounters with hostile aliens.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Capt. Kathryn Janeway (voice)
Commander Chakotay (voice)
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres (voice)
The Doctor (voice)
Joan Buddenhagen ...
Seven of Nine (voice)
Neelix (voice)
Judi M. Durand ...
Voyager Computer (voice)
Ensign Alexander Munro (voice)
Devon Raymond ...
Ensign Alexandria Munro (voice)
Crewman Telsia Murphy (voice) (as Iris Bar-Ziv)
Michael McFall ...
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 <Wes1701E@hotmail.com>

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The game takes place in 2376. See more »


Crewman Chell: I wouldn't be much of a technician if I couldn't open a door.
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References High Noon (1952) See more »

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Decent game...
3 February 2001 | by See all my reviews

This game isn't that bad for a FPS. The graphics, courtsey of the Quake III engine, are really crisp and flow really well. The game designers also noted some good features from other games, such as the alternate weapon function of Unreal Tournament, the BEST FPS IMHO. The plot revolves around you being a member of the newly created Hazzard Team. Your objective is to protect the ship from dangerous aliens. Sort of like the Starfleet Marines. I do agree with the other posters here that the beginning is truly unique and has a fresh feeling, but towards the end, especially once you invade the station, it feels more like Doom than something with some sort of intelligence or challenge. It felt nice to have all the cast members voice their characters, even Chell, a small part that appeared in 2 episodes shows up as one of the major characters in the game.

I found one mistake the designers made was making the game WAY too linear. I wish you had to pay the consiquences for your actions. Say if you disentegraged Tuvok, which I did many times to see what would happen, how the plot would then change. Maybe you could join the pirates and take over Voyager, and then try and free yourself from the forge from there. I think allowing you a little more leway of what you can do and where you can go would have spiced this game up a bit more. I also found the reactions of the bots to be really rude. If I had a weapon I wanted to disintegrate them. So if the designers are thinking of making a sequel, they should try some of the above approaches. I think that could make a very interesting game. That and ditch the Quake III engine, which is nice but not as pretty as the Unreal Tournament engine.

As for the multi-player aspects of the game, they were pretty standard fare for a FPS. You had your capture the flag, free for all, etc. Commanding the bots on your team was a bit of a hassle. It was rare that they listened to you and managed to just stand around. These are some minor flaws however. Over all this is a nice game, and definately something to add to your collection if you're a fan of first person shooters (FPS).

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