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Video Game
Name
Star Trek: Voyager Elite Force
Nickname
US PlayStation 2 Edition
Alternate Names
Release Date
2001-12-11
Release Publisher
Platform
Release Developer
Media
DVD
Region
North America
Video Game Rating
Languages
English
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From back cover

PUTTING THE FINAL IN THE FINAL FONTIER.
One blast from destruction, the U.S.S. Voyager is mysteriously tranported into null space infested with danger. As part of the Voyager's elite Harzard Team, you must defend it from a host scavenging aliens, then infitrate a Borg cube and derelict vessels to eradicate your deadly foes. The Quake III Arena engine powers the dynamic gameplay as you fight for survival through ultra-intense single-player missions and over 30 multiplayer arenas. It's first person shooter action that won't quit. But, be prepared-- if Voyager is destroyed, humanity won't be far behind...

Fight along side crewmembers with addition of Icarus AI, an enhancement to the Quake III Arena engine that allows team interactions.

Nine weapons-each with two firing modes-gives you eighteen different attack options. That means the firepower will be there for when you need it most.

Challenge other players in Multiplayer holodeck match.

Corridors collopse, walls explode, and enemies materalize right in front of you.

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