Gaming BulletsBy Caillan
August 24, 2002 - 12:24 PM
- Over at IGN PC, Dan Adams has uploaded his preview of 'Elite Force II,' in which he tested out the game in the company of lead designer Chris Stockman. Here's an extract from the article:
One of the new things Chris was able to show a little of, was one of the new alien species making it into the game. This alien is bipedal, but comes without a nose bridge! They're kind of a fishy looking sort of folk called the Attrexians. As one of the friendly races, you'll meet them along the way and get some help from them as well as help them out a bit.
Read the full preview here. Thanks to 'jimjustplainjim' this!
- Activision's Doug Pearson talks about 'Elite Force II's' storyline in another advance look at the game available at HomeLanFed. "Captain Picard visits Starfleet Academy and visits Munroe," Pearson said. "He becomes impressed with Munroe's achievements and decided to invite Munroe and the rest of the Hazard Team on the Enterprise." Things start to heat up when "the Enterprise receives a distress call from another Federation ship. They go to investigate and they find that the ship has been attacked by a new alien race that we are introducing in the game." Read more at this page.
- Six new screenshots from 'Star Trek: Elite Force II' as well as a fact sheet about the game have been posted at Ritualistic.com.
- A review of 'Star Trek: Voyager: Elite Force' for Playstation 2 can be found at Games Extreme. "So thumbs up to Raven and to the crew who ported this title to the PS2, it's great if you want to grab a slice of Trek singleplayer action," wrote 'WoLf'. "And if you have 3 extra mates and pads you could have a bit of a knockabout on some pretty good levels. All in all it' a great Trek game since a lot of the Trek games happen to be a bit lacking. Give it a miss if you have the PC version though." The game was awarded a score of 90% in the full review.
- Player reactions to the demo of the second edition of the Star Trek Customisable Card Game can be found in Decipher's latest design log.
Thanks to Blue's News for some of these!