Ambience is the key to atmosphere in the StaTrek universe, there's
almost always a warp core hum, alien sound or electrical shock
going on somewhere. Elite Force takes this to heart and adds
it to the already bustling collection of StarTrek sounds; they
even used special voice recordings from nearly all the crew
for the game (not 7of9).
quality tends to be high and the use of A3D Surround gives you
that extra edge over attacking foes. Music could have been better,
although does lend itself well to the StarTrek mould and is
a commendable effort, bar the intro tune that's just plain bad!
of StarTrek would give EF in the nineties; more objective viewers
would give it in the eighties or late seventies. As such we'll
try to bridge the gap with an overall mark of 85%.
the end EF is a good and solid FPS, however you can't ignore
how short it is, unoriginal multiplayer (so much Raven could
have done, down to mod makers now), limited interactivity and
poor use of Q3A's graphical merits.
Mark 'KILLZAT' Jackson
- 7.5 Sound - 8.5 Gameplay
- 8 Originality - 8
Overall - 8.5 (85%)