Metascore
86

Generally favorable reviews - based on 25 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 25 out of 25
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 25
  3. Negative: 0 out of 25
  1. A romp to remember and a multiplayer taste to acquire and savour.
  2. 100
    With its high production value, smart level design, and impressive story, STVEF is simply one of the finest first-person shooters to come out this year.
  3. A masterpiece of story telling and electronic enjoyment, rolled together in one tight package of pure gaming delight.
  4. The best Star Trek game ever, and a first-rate FPS in its own right. [Dec 2000, p.138]
  5. Not just a great Star Trek game, but a really great game in general.
  6. 91
    Definitely one of the best FPS to come out this year, and certainly is one of the best Star Trek games ever.
  7. Couple this awesome visual presentation with a solid game engine and then couple that with a painstakingly faithful Voyager plot and you’ve simply got one of the best Star Trek action/adventure games you’re ever going to come across.
  8. As a fast-paced and intense gameplay title, it is appealing to those who have no idea what Star Trek Voyager is.
  9. Action gamers rejoice! A straightforward action shooter that produces both a strong single player and online multiplayer experience.
  10. It represents the first perfect translation of another medium, be it film, television or another form of entertainment, to a computer game.
  11. There was enough original action and story line to keep me playing right to the end and wanting more missions.
  12. Even provides an excellent FPS experience for those who may not wear their pointy rubber ears to bed at night like we do.
  13. The most important thing, though, is that Raven seems to have actually made the world of Star Trek: Voyager -- dare I say it? -- fun; an impressive task in and of itself.
  14. 86
    Beam this one down using the tractor phaser from your local space mart. Or something.
  15. It's undoubtedly one of the best Star Trek games to date, and its only rival in its genre so far this year is, unsurprisingly, Raven's own shooter, "Soldier of Fortune."
  16. Multiplayer play is uninspired, but still entertaining because while the traditional multiplayer elements are lacking, the fact remains that you're playing in a creative universe, with characters you're familiar with and with "authentic" weapons and settings that come straight out of the television show.
  17. Overall, Elite Force screams quality gaming, though perhaps a little short of quantity.
  18. Elite Force is faithfully to the series, loaded with action, and is a lot of fun to play.
  19. The varied mission types, scripted events and engrossing storyline made it great fun to play, an "experience" more than just a game.
  20. The levels are well designed, and the game's weapons are damn cool and pack a real punch.
  21. An exceptionally enjoyable first person shooter and should not be discounted on the basis of its length. If you fancy a new first person adventure and already own "Deus Ex," this is the game to buy.
  22. The levels started off to a great start, but tapered off way too quickly in a way that was just disappointing. They had a great story going for them, but some more length and detail would have gone a long way for them.
  23. The game's replay value is bolstered by its multiplayer modes, where you can select from the entire cast of the Voyager crew and battle online.
  24. 79
    Story, attention to detail, stunning visuals and exceptional character AI makes a standard shooting fare, compelling and enjoyable.
  25. The main reason Elite Force works so well is that it combines not simply the Voyager license with the "Quake III" engine, but merges a well-written story with an incredibly solid first-person shooter.
User Score
8.3

Generally favorable reviews- based on 38 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 4
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 4
  3. Negative: 0 out of 4
  1. Aug 2, 2012
    9
    Excellent plot and acting, though it's a shame they couldn't get Jeri Ryan. As far as I know, the Elite Force series is the only Trek incarnation as an FPS. Fortunately, they nkocked it out of the park with this one. It's wonderful getting to explore Voyager and be a part of their journey for a brief period. Yes, compared to today's high def graphics it looks ancient, but it still plays competently. I recommend it to any fans of the series, but it should appeal to anyone who loves sci-fi. The expansion (from what I recall) doesn't really add much to it, but getting to explore more of the ship is certainly a treat. Full Review »
  2. LiveLongAndMulroneycakes
    Nov 19, 2002
    10
    Finally, a good - a great - Star Trek game. Based on a good -but not great - Star Trek series (no, really, it was good. Oh yeah? Right, you and me, outside, NOW!) Full Review »
  3. Dec 23, 2013
    8
    Star Trek Voyager Elite force remains faithful to the original TV series even infusing a sense of charm on it's own. However the gameplay may not have aged as gracefully as it could have. Full Review »