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Star Trek: Voyager – Elite Force

Game description.

Star Trek: Voyager – Elite Force is a first-person shooter video game developed by Raven Software and published by Activision. The game was initially released on September 20, 2000 for Windows and Mac OS personal computers. Aspyr Media was responsible for porting the game to the Mac OS platform. Elite Force was later ported to the PlayStation 2 console by Pipe Dream Interactive and published by Majesco Entertainment on December 11, 2001.

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We might have the game available for more than one platform. Star Trek: Voyager – Elite Force is currently available on these platforms:

Windows (2000)

Star_Trek_Voyager_Elite_Force_Win_Files_EN.7z (622MB)

Star_Trek_Voyager_Elite_Force_Win_ISO_EN.7z (593MB)

How to play on Windows (preinstalled)

Note: Follow these steps only if you want the original base game. You can download a pre-installed version with the expansion pack from this page: https://oldgamesdownload.com/star-trek-voyager-elite-force-expansion-pack/

  • Download and Extract Star_Trek_Voyager_Elite_Force_Win_Files_EN.7z
  • Open the “Game Files” folder and run “stvoy.exe”
  • Play the game!

How to play on Windows + Expansion Pack (install version)

  • Download and Extract Star_Trek_Voyager_Elite_Force_Win_ISO_EN.7z
  • Download and Extract Star_Trek_Voyager_Elite_Force_Expansion_Pack_Win_ISO_EN.7z which you can find here .
  • Mount “Voyager Elite Force.iso” and run AUTORUN.exe. Follow on-screen instructions and install the game.
  • Mount “Voyager Elite Force Expansion Pack.iso” and launch DEMO32.exe. Double click on efxp.dbd and then select Install.
  • During installation, they will ask you to insert a CD key – use: C5-QCLS-0FLT-00RA-0001
  • Once installation is completed, they will ask you to register. Choose “No”.
  • Download “Star_Trek_Voyager_Elite_Force_NoCD_Win_EN” from the “Additional files, patches and fixes” on this page and copy-paste the contents into the game installation directory. Confirm you want to replace the files.
  • Launch game using desktop shortcut

Additional files, patches and fixes

Star Trek: Voyager – Elite Force Patch 1.2

Star Trek: Voyager – Elite Force NoCD

Star Trek: Voyager – Elite Force Windows ReadMe (English)

Star Trek: Voyager – Elite Force Windows Manual (English)

Star Trek: Voyager – Elite Force Screenshots

Star Trek: Voyager - Elite Force Gameplay (Windows)

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Star Trek: Voyager - Elite Force

Star Trek: Voyager - Elite Force is a singleplayer and multiplayer first-person FPS game in the Star Trek: Elite Force series.

The game received two official patches post-release. It was notable for including the looks and voices of the entire cast of the Star Trek: Voyager show; while the character of Seven of Nine had a replacement voice actress (Joan Buddenhagen), Jeri Ryan's voiceover was included in the official 1.2 patch.

In May 2001, the game received the Expansion Pack [sic] which included the Virtual Voyager game mode (where the player explores the ship and engages in various activities and a mini-game), new multiplayer maps and skins, and the automatic inclusion of the 1.2 patch.

Like most games in the id Tech 3 engine, its source code was released to the public (separately for singleplayer and multiplayer ).

General information

Availability

Monetization, dlc and expansion packs, essential improvements.

  • Windows v1.2
  • Mac OS - Install this before the Holomatch patch
  • Mac OS Holomatch Patch

Source ports

  • ioEF (also known as iostvoyHM and EFPort) is a fork of ioquake3 by Thilo Schulz for running Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force Holomatch (multiplayer).
  • Lilium Voyager is a fork of ioEF.
  • cMod is another fork of ioEF that is used by the release hosted on The Last Outpost

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Multiplayer server browser.

The main server browser hosted by Raven Software is unreliable, so the community has their own. A user-friendly browser application Pathfinder is available.

Configuration file(s) location

Save game data location, save game cloud syncing.

Video settings.

Widescreen resolution

Mouse acceleration, localizations, multiplayer types, connection types, issues fixed, installation on windows 10, low framerate / stuttering, brightness issues, "com_hunkmegs" error when playing on a custom resolution or after installing custom content, amd/ati graphics issues, says "please insert the cd" when it is in the drive already or crashes on launch with expansion cd in drive (mac), buggy shadows or black textures, other information, elite force graphic overhaul mod beta 0.90 release, sparkss elite force weapon sound overhaul, system requirements.

  • ↑ 1.0 1.1 When running this game without elevated privileges ( Run as administrator option), write operations against a location below %PROGRAMFILES% , %PROGRAMDATA% , or %WINDIR% might be redirected to %LOCALAPPDATA% \VirtualStore on Windows Vista and later ( more details ).
  • ↑ Star Trek: Voyager Elite Force | WSGF
  • ↑ Verified by User:AlphaYellow on 2024-03-27
  • ↑ Aureal A3D Central - 3D Sound Software list - last accessed on May 2023
  • ↑ Voyager: Elite Force - VOGONS forums - last accessed on May 2023
  • ↑ Star Trek Elite Force II GOG Community - last accessed on 2021-09-08
  • ↑ valiant-clan.at - last accessed on May 2023
  • ↑ gaming.trekcore.com - last accessed on May 2023
  • ↑ http://www.insidemacgames.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=33679
  • ↑ gog.com - last accessed on May 2023
  • ↑ Phoronix - List of commercial Linux PPC, Sparc and Alpha games - last accessed on 2019-11-24
  • One-time game purchase
  • Expansion pack
  • Singleplayer
  • Multiplayer
  • First-person
  • Direct control
  • Pages needing references
  • Self-hosting
  • GOG.com Enhancement Project

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Summary As Lt. Tuvok, you'll leap into action to defend the Voyager from assault, battle through derelict spacecraft, infiltrate a Borg cube, and take on the ultimate colonization force -- all while facing annihilation at every turn. No one said being a hero was easy. [Activision]

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Star Trek: Voyager Elite Force Review

Star Trek fans shouldn't be alone in experiencing the game's exciting story-driven single-player campaign, as well as its solid multiplayer mode.

By Greg Kasavin on May 17, 2006 at 3:09PM PDT

Star Trek: Voyager Elite Force is an outstanding first-person shooter based on the most recent Star Trek TV series. Star Trek fans shouldn't be alone in experiencing the game's exciting story-driven single-player campaign that pits the Voyager crew against Klingon scavengers, the Borg menace, and other sinister forces - as well as its solid multiplayer mode.

Elite Force is consistently action-packed, but nevertheless, it features a variety of settings that will challenge and impress even some of the most experienced first-person shooter enthusiasts. Best of all, these encounters are linked together seamlessly - in fact, there hasn't been a shooter with such a well-designed, albeit short, single-player mode since Opposing Force, Gearbox's great expansion to Valve Software's groundbreaking 1998 game, Half-Life. Comparing Half-Life and Opposing Force to Elite Force is an obvious gesture, mostly because the older games' influence is so evident in Elite Force's level design. Elite Force borrows Half-Life's convention of placing health and energy stations throughout the course of the game; and more significantly, the main character in Elite Force wears a special hazard suit much like the one that Half-Life protagonist Gordon Freeman wears. Just as in Valve's game, this hazard suit - standard issue for each member of Lieutenant Tuvok's special forces team in Elite Force - helps you suspend disbelief as it absorbs damage and reports health and ammunition ratings. It's the reason your enemies can't just kill you in one hit; meanwhile, your powerful energy weapons can literally disintegrate most of your foes on contact.

The arsenal in Elite Force consists of nine different good-looking, powerful weapons, each of which has two distinct modes of fire. The weapons range from the standard-issue Federation phaser and compression rifle to the devastating photon burst, whose explosive photon-torpedo-like attack can reduce your enemies to dust. All the weapons in Elite Force are high tech, and each produce bright, impressive effects, though the weapon models themselves don't look especially interesting. But the weapons sound good, and their alternate modes of fire either give them additional functionality (as with the grenade launcher, which can alternatively launch a sticky proximity mine) or more deadly attack modes that cost proportionally more energy or ammunition. Some veterans of first-person shooters - particularly fans of Raven Software's own Soldier of Fortune - might initially believe that the arsenal in Elite Force lacks weapons that have the same sort of satisfying impact as the shotguns and chainguns of classic shooters like Doom and Quake. Meanwhile, die-hard Star Trek fans may be reluctant to accept some of Elite Force's heavy-duty weapons as definitive Star Trek technology. In any case, on closer inspection, you'll certainly agree that the game's weapon designs are well designed - they each seem strong and useful, and yet all the guns are sufficiently elegant or alien that they do seem as if they're suitable to the Star Trek universe.

Some of the battles in Elite Force are particularly intense, because you're not the only one shooting the bad guys. Oftentimes you'll have one or more crewmates in tow, who will help you out in battle. In the interest of gameplay, they don't do too much of the real work, just as your enemies will be much more inclined to fire on you than at your squad. But these characters are surprisingly responsive, and they really give you the sense that you're not doing all the fighting by yourself. This is especially true when their special skills come into play in the game's many scripted sequences - you may have to provide cover for an engineer as he hacks into a heavily defended security system or complete a multitiered objective simultaneously with several crewmembers as you keep in contact via your communicators.

The crewmembers are a welcome asset in some of the game's large-scale battles. In one early sequence, you burst through a doorway to take part in a pitched gunfight that involves several of your crew and a host of Klingon foes who fire at each other from behind barricades. This is a memorable but not uncommon type of sequence in Elite Force - the game seems to use an ideal combination of scene scripting and artificial intelligence routines to create unique fights that play out differently on multiple trials. Elite Force even has several scenes in between the main combat missions in which you're aboard the Voyager to recuperate, rearm yourself, and discuss the situation with your crew. These parts of the game not only do a great job of modeling the deck of the Voyager, but also help make the game seem consistent and realistic, rather than merely like a series of shooter levels. Being able to chat with the Voyager's crew in between missions, either before a briefing or in the locker room, lends the game a personal touch.

Unfortunately, these sequences do point to a few shortcomings that are particularly problematic in light of how good the game is in general. Specifically, the enemy artificial intelligence in Elite Force is sometimes lacking. Some of your foes might stand idle as you fire on them, while others might move in nonsensical patterns as soon as they notice you. In addition, over the course of Elite Force you'll face several encounters in which your enemies will instantly beam into the area, a device that the designers sometimes seem to use a little too frequently. Although teleportation is certainly plausible in the context of Star Trek, it can get frustrating to have to constantly contend with enemies that materialize out of thin air.

Any such frustration won't last long, because most of the missions in Elite Force are paced very briskly. You'll face new foes, find new weapons, encounter new challenges, and uncover new elements of the plot frequently yet unpredictably enough. The game pits you against some of the most popular Star Trek villains, including the Klingons and the Borg - along with several interesting new additions to the Star Trek mythos. Unfortunately, the campaign is fairly short and won't be very difficult for shooter veterans; and all the action takes place in rather close quarters. It's disappointing that the campaign is so short because it's generally so well done. Clearly, the designers' time went into creating high-quality action sequences, rather than just a lot of them - but you'll still wish there were more.

Throughout the game, the highly detailed 3D characters, including all the regular cast of the show, are easily distinguishable and also have fairly articulate facial expressions as they speak their lines convincingly. Elite Force even gives you the option to play as either a male or a female character - Alexander or Alexandria Munro, both "Alex" for short. Both the male and female alter egos are confident and charismatic characters, and the game's dialogue changes slightly depending on which of the characters you choose. Elite Force also features a great interactive tutorial that takes place in the Voyager's holodeck, whose realistic holographic projections create a makeshift obstacle course that you're instructed on how to traverse.

The holodeck is also prominent in Elite Force's multiplayer mode, which is in many ways just as impressive, and as clever, as the game's single-player mode. Dubbed the holomatch, this mode is presented as a combat-training simulation aboard the Voyager's holodeck. As such, the designers have been able to take some liberties in creating themed levels that you might not expect from a Star Trek game - among these are a medieval castle and an Old West ghost town, in addition to the more typical settings like Borg and Klingon ships. You can square off in the multiplayer levels against computer-controlled bots of variable skill levels, or against human opponents in deathmatch, capture-the-flag, or other standard multiplayer action modes.

Since the game uses id Software's state-of-the-art Quake III: Arena engine, the multiplayer combat in Elite Force is predictably smooth and fast - and it's also a lot of fun because of the good graphics and diverse levels and character models, as well as the game's fairly distinct emphasis on focused energy weapons, which require precise accuracy. The holomatch does have some problems - it's somewhat cumbersome to have to load a separate executable file to play the multiplayer game, but apparently this is because some of the game's 3D architecture is streamlined in multiplayer. Likewise, the game's multiplayer weapon balance seems skewed in favor of the rapid-firing guns like the tetryon pulse distruper, since players can move and dodge about so quickly; and some of the maps are noticeably more interesting and more complex than others.

But such criticisms are presented largely to convey the sense that, in a perfect world, Elite Force would have been better. However, given that most Star Trek games - and, in fact, most first-person shooters - aren't actually very good, then it's easy to see all of what makes Elite Force so special. 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.

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Just in time for Star Trek Day , online video game retailer GOG.com has revealed that six classic Star Trek computer games are now available to download. This marks the first time these games are available on a modern video game storefront.

Star Trek: Voyager – Elite Force (2000) and its sequel (2003), Star Trek: Bridge Commander (2002), Star Trek: Starfleet Command III (2002), Star Trek: Hidden Evil (1999), and Star Trek: Away Team (2001) are now available for $10 each. These games are promised to play on modern computers.

Screenshot from 1999's Star Trek: Hidden Evil

Star Trek: Voyager – Elite Force –a first-person shooter set onboard the USS Voyager where you must take on some of the most dangerous special missions. Star Trek: Elite Force II – a stunning sequel set on Enterprise-E where you get your orders from Captain Jean-Luc Picard himself! Star Trek: Hidden Evil – a third-person adventure game with both Patrick Stewart and Brent Spiner reprising their roles as Captain Picard and Lt. Cmdr. Data. Star Trek: Away Team – an isometric turn-based tactical game influenced by titles like Commandos and the X-Com series. Star Trek: Starfleet Command III – a simulation game with RPG elements where you can customize your starship and lead it into space battles. Star Trek: Bridge Commander – a space combat simulation game that sits you in an actual captain’s chair with a crew waiting for your orders.

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A few years ago, we looked back at Elite Force (often considered the best Star Trek game of all time) with the game’s director, Brian Pelletier, and found it holds up well after all these years.

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Erik Szpyra

November 1, 2021 at 5:27 pm

I loved Elite Force, I remember in that game one of the first things I did was fire on the bridge crew, very satisfying.

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December 11, 2021 at 12:08 am

I would be willing to pay up to $40 if they would use more advanced game engine with high polygon and texture models on the games. I would pay as much as $60 for a single updated game including all missions and add expansions of Voyager Elite Force 1 & 2

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  • Release Date 2001
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  • 9.74 /10 1. Editors choice: Star Trek: Bridge Crew (PSVR)
  • 9.74 /10 2. Premium pick: Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force Expansion - PC
  • 9.63 /10 3. Best value: Star Trek Encounters - PlayStation 2
  • 9.67 /10 4. Star Trek - Playstation 3
  • 9.12 /10 5. Star Trek: Legacy - Xbox 360
  • 9.24 /10 6. Star Trek: Conquest - Nintendo Wii
  • 9.58 /10 7. Star Trek Prodigy: Supernova - PlayStation 4
  • 9.41 /10 8. Star Trek: Away Team - PC
  • 9.87 /10 9. Star Trek Deep Space Nine: The Fallen - PC
  • 9.92 /10 10. Star Trek: Tactical Assault

Star Trek is one of the most popular and well-known stories of all time. When it first premiered on television in 1966, there was nothing else like it. And since its birth, few other shows have even come close to matching the story in terms of scientific accuracy and appeal. Today, one of the ways that Star Trek lovers engage with the story is through video games, which can be more immersive than a show or movie. And the best Star Trek video games are accurate, they depict likenesses, and they come with an unbeatable plot. Here are some of our favorite Star Trek video game picks.

1. Star Trek: Bridge Crew (PSVR)

Star Trek: Bridge Crew was specifically developed as a virtual reality game, allowing Trekkies to interact with their favorite characters in a realistic, authentic way. If desired, players can operate in the co-op mode, designing a team of four to tackle their latest adventures. The team will consist of the Captain, Helm, Tactical, and Engineer as they travel through the galaxy.

Based on the 2009 Star Trek film timeline, the new ship, the USS Aegis begins searching for a home for the Vulcans. And, to do so, they head into Klingon territory. Players should keep in mind that the Captain’s role is the only one that displays the details of the mission. And the captain must communicate their latest endeavors to the rest of the crew in order to succeed.

The qualities that set this game apart from other Star Trek games are its dynamic gameplay and ongoing missions. Those who play Star Trek: Bridge Crew could really play indefinitely on a solo or co-op mission, which results in a captivating and valuable story. This game also stands apart from others in terms of its realism. As a virtual reality game, players should expect to feel completely immersed in the story.

  • Plastation VR
  • Bridge crew designed for VR
  • Operate as a crew
  • Ongoing missions mode
  • Release Date : 2017
  • Updated version
  • Solo mission or multiplayer
  • Good features
  • Does not include next generation ship

2. Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force Expansion - PC

Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force Expansion is a first-person shooter game that is set in the fourth Star Trek television series. The game follows a number of different missions on the USS Voyager — some of which take place 70,000 miles away from home. The game incorporates a large number of original characters into the gameplay, and each character features the actual voice from the television series. So, you can expect authentic results from iconic characters like Captain Kathyrn Janeway and Lieutenant Commander Tuvok.

The game starts with holodeck training that the team fails. It shows the characters attempting to complete a task on a Borg ship. But the end result is that the majority of those characters fail, becoming captured by the enemy. After the holodeck training, the Voyager is attacked by an unknown force. And, ultimately, the ship is teleported to a mysterious place. Characters within the game have to attempt to determine where they are, and what threats lie ahead in order to keep the crew and the future of the Voyager protected. This game was an extreme success as far as Star Trek games go. In fact, it received an 86 percent approval rate, attesting to its production and bugless gameplay.

  • Created by Raven Software
  • Stranded in Delta Quadrant
  • Set on USS Voyager
  • Tour mode or multiplayer mode
  • Release Date : 2001
  • Rich colors
  • Varied architecture
  • Great single player option
  • Nice graphics
  • Really challenging end boss

3. Star Trek Encounters - PlayStation 2

One of the interesting things about the Star Trek universe is that it’s incredibly developed. Over the past 60 years, artists of multiple kinds have had the chance to add to the universe, creating new environments and challenges along the way. And this often comes out in video games. In Star Trek: Encounters, for example, gamers control five generations of ships including the Original Series ship, the Next Generation, the Deep Space Nine, the Voyager, and even the most iconic ship: the Enterprise. While some Star Trek games fabricate new worlds and destinations, Encounters features destinations that you’ve probably seen before. And you can even play based on real TV show events.

As you play, you can combat your enemies using a variety of different weapons like Phasers, Pulse Cannons, and Torpedoes. There are also three different modes in the game. So, you can play in a multiplayer mode, in the episode mode of the skirmish mode. The result is a captivating and realistic version of the Star Trek universe that is likely to keep you entertained for many hours to come. Finally, the game style is similar to that which you would find in a conventional arcade – or a shooter game.

  • 5 generations of ships available
  • Authentic Star Trek locations
  • Choose from three modes
  • Multiplayer options
  • Release Date : 2006
  • Fun process
  • Can increase the challenge
  • Reminiscent of the arcade
  • Challenging gameplay
  • Anticlimactic finish

4. Star Trek - Playstation 3

For the first time ever, Star Trek for the Playstation 3 allowed players to adopt the characters of Captain Kirk and Spock in a new, and unique storyline. Set after the events of 2009 in the J.J. Abrams Star Trek reboot, was the first in-house game developed by Paramount Studios. This game is set in the Kelvin universe. It follows Captain Kirk, Spock, and the Starfleet crew as they evaluate and track a theft that took place. Captain Kirk and Spock head to Gorn territories in order to right the wrongs that were done to them.

One thing that sets this game apart from other Star Trek games is that the development of it relied on collaborative efforts from the film team and the video game producers. This means that the production team emphasized authenticity in the making of this game. And it shows. The likenesses of Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto are used throughout this game, making players feel entirely immersed in the plot of one of their favorite films. At the same time, the game allows you to travel to parts of the universe that have never yet been seen. The result is one of the most unforgettable Star Trek gaming experiences yet.

  • Available on PS3, Xbox 360, PC
  • Takes place after the events of 2009
  • Never before seen sectors
  • Includes two of the most well-known characters
  • Release Date : 2013
  • New visuals
  • Lots of items to find
  • Voice acting
  • A handful of glitches

5. Star Trek: Legacy - Xbox 360

Star Trek: Legacy hit the shelves in 2006, and quickly became a fan favorite due to the varied gameplay. Those who integrate themselves in this Trekkie world will be quick to notice that they have full access to the Star Trek universe in all of its glory. Along the way, they can command one to four ships, and battle others in the galaxy. Even when you’re in charge of multiple starships, you only command one at a time, allowing you to focus on the task at hand. You control features like weapons, repairs, and travel. And you can adjust the viewpoint, if desired.

Those who jump into the world of Star Trek: Legacy can also use the customized skirmish mode. You choose which way you’ll play, giving yourself the ideal gaming environment. And the PC version of this game has a few additional modes. The single-player version of this game operates in three different eras, switching between Star Trek: Enterprise, The Original Series, and The Next Generation. Or in 2159, 2270, and 2333. As graphically rich as it is engaging, Star Trek: Legacy is a collector's item if we’ve ever seen one. And the challenge that it presents to gamers is full of entertainment.

  • Spans the whole universe
  • Large-scale combat
  • 3D battlefields
  • Ships with full-damage modeling
  • Easier to control than PC version
  • Kid-friendly
  • Repetitive phrases

6. Star Trek: Conquest - Nintendo Wii

Developed by 4J Studios, Star Trek: Conquest is a single-player action game that uses both turn-based strategy and real-time strategy to captivate your attention. The game is set in the Next Generation chapter of Star Trek. And it allows the player to choose from groups that exist in that chapter like the Federation, Klingon, Romulan, Breen, Cardassian and Dominion groups. In this game, everyone is at war. Alliances that previously existed between groups have faded or been disrupted due to recent events. And all of this makes for a rather chaotic and dangerous universe. Everyone wants to capture more territories, outlining themselves as universe dominators.

Upon its release, Star Trek: Conquest received mixed reviews. Those who played on the Wii tended to be more skeptical of the game than those that played on other

platforms. We’re a fan of this particular Star Trek game because of its limitless possibilities. Interested in joining the gruff Klingon world for a while? No problem. Would you rather wear Romulan attire? If so, you can do just that in this Next Generation game. While this game is less linear than other Star Trek games, it comes with unique challenges and it requires strategy to win.

  • Nintendo Wii, Playstation 2
  • Single-player
  • Can take direct control of any ship
  • 6 playable races
  • Release Date : 2007
  • Strategy based
  • Challenging
  • Gets boring after a few conquers
  • Clunky controls

7. Star Trek Prodigy: Supernova - PlayStation 4

Trekkies that picture the most notorious and shocking Star Trek movies and shows typically point to those with Captain Kirk or the Next Generation. These are the most well-known chapters of Star Trek. But there are others. Star Trek Prodigy: Supernova is based on an animated Star Trek series. It debuted recently, in 2021 as an attempt to grow the universe that Paramount+ depicts. In the game, the year is 2383. The Voyager has already made its way home to earth when a group of aliens stumbles upon the USS Protostar and takes it as their own. Players have to figure out how to work with their team and make it out of Delta Quadrant in order to be successful.

Star Trek Prodigy: Supernova is a great game for those who love to explore new alien worlds instead of existing in old ones. Along the way, you’re likely to make it to places like Orisi, Mirios, and Taresse. And each place features its own culture, challenges, and puzzles. The goal is to meet with the aliens in each place and learn about their history. But those who make it far enough to do so are likely to run into the enemy.

  • Play as Dal R’El and Gwyndala
  • Takes you to alien worlds
  • Make first contact with new species
  • A new nemesis
  • Release Date : 2022

8. Star Trek: Away Team - PC

One thing that we love about Star Trek games is that they come in different styles. Some options might be first-person shooter games. Others might be more strategic or puzzle driven. Star Trek: Away Team is a real-time tactics game that was originally released for computers in 2001. Set after the Dominion War, the game hosts a variety of new characters in order to keep things interesting. But it also includes some fan favorites like Data, Michael Dorn, and Brent Spiner.

The gamer controls between four and six characters while immersed in this universe. Everyone has their own abilities and strengths, making them complementary and useful in specific environments. It’s up to the gamer to use them accordingly. Specialties that they might have could include a strength in science, health, or even engineering. And it’s fairly easy to see how those strengths could impact the mission. As a special operations group, this gang of characters can face as many as 18 different missions that require sharp faculties, attention, and strategy. You might find your team working against the Klingon race, the Borg, or even the Romulans, depending on that mission. What is certain is that there are plenty of challenges for you and your team to navigate as you make your way through the universe.

  • Strategy game
  • Chronicle missions of the USS Incursion
  • Experimental Starfleet ship
  • Holographic masking technology
  • Easy to play
  • No likenesses

9. Star Trek Deep Space Nine: The Fallen - PC

Most Star Trek games exist within worlds with which Trekkies are very familiar. We might find ourselves fighting against the Borg in one iteration of the game. Or perhaps the Romulans. But Star Trek Deep Space Nine: The Fallen presents a new reality to gamers that is both interesting and involved with Star Trek during a different chapter of its existence. At one point in Star Trek history, the Pah-Wraiths were banished from the Alpha Quadrant. But in this game, they’re attempting to come back in pursuit of three powerful orbs that could allow them to not only live within the quadrant but to rule it. If they succeed, life as the Alpha Quadrant will likely change for the worse.

In order to avoid this reality, the gamer adopts the character of Captain Sisko, Major Kira, or Lieutenant Worf in order to beat the Pah-Wraiths to the red orbs. Your goal is to find and contain them to protect the future of the Alpha Quadrant. Along the way, each character is prone to having its own mission and challenge. But they must also be available to coordinate with the team at large, or face ruin. What’s certain is that Star Trek Deep Space Nine: The Fallen offers new and memorable challenges for gamers.

  • Can play as multiple characters
  • Special missions
  • 3D adventure
  • Release Date : 2000
  • Different side of Star Trek
  • Fast reload
  • Great quality
  • Not always user friendly

10. Star Trek: Tactical Assault

Serious Trekkies know what the Star Trek universe is like. It’s complicated, and often chaotic and conflicted, which means that those on Star Trek ships are often in dangerous settings. Star Trek: Tactical Assault shows this reality since it features a variety of warships that are frequently under fire or headed for fire. But one thing that the game also demonstrates is that the captain (or the gamer, in some cases) can best prove their value and ability to exist within the Star Trek universe by either combating the enemy and winning or maneuvering their ship in a way that keeps their fleet safe. This game comes with two campaign modes to offer the gamer variety and multiple types of challenges. And, as the acting captain, it’s up to you to make the choices that will keep your ship healthy and fighting in the future.

In this game, you can also play from the lines of 5 different races, meaning that you can be the captain of a Federation ship, Klingon, Romulan, Gorn, and Orion ship. The altered perspective gives you a greater depth of understanding of the Star Trek universe. This multiplayer game is both entertaining and challenging, support Trekkies in their journeys to become the best captains possible.

  • Five playable races
  • Two full campaign modes
  • Real-time combat
  • Involves multiple war ships
  • Multiplayer option
  • Full-length campaigns
  • Teen-friendly
  • Classic game
  • Gameplay could be improved

Star Trek is an incredibly popular franchise that captivates full generations even today. And since it has been around for nearly 60 years, the story has had the opportunity to go through many different iterations and visual appearances. From the iconic Captain Kirk stories to the Next Generation, the story gets really deep and fascinating to those who stick with it long enough to learn about it. As a result of the story’s popularity, it's made its way into video games. And, over time, those video games have become more and more diverse. Today, you can choose from options like first-person shooter games, strategy, and even management options. And they are likely to satisfy even the most dedicated Star Trek fans.

A Brief History of Star Trek Video Games

Did you know that the first Star Trek game was first released in 1971? Titled Star Trek, this game featured turn-based battles, a text-based design, and tons of potential choices for gamers. Together, these key components teamed up to offer a game with nearly endless options. Although gaming has come a long way in the past 50 years, true Star Trek fanatics could benefit from dipping their toes back into iconic games like the original Star Trek to witness the progression of the story and the birth of Star Trek video games.

After the original Star Trek became popular, several other video games followed in its tracks. While many of the newer variations were slow to captivate audiences, there were a few that truly stood out for their gameplay and plot. Star Trek: 25th Anniversary, for example, allows players to embody Captain Kirk, who is in charge of the Enterprise.

After Activision acquired the rights to Star Trek in 1998, some of the most popular Star Trek games in history came to fruition. Titles like Star Trek: Armada, Star Trek Voyager - Elite Force, and Star Trek: Bridge Commander took Trekkies by surprise because of their improved graphics, likenesses, and storylines. And this solidified these games in history as some of the best video games ever to be released.

Star Trek continues to captivate gamers and story-lovers alike for its depth and realism. Who wouldn’t want to gain a greater understanding of the breadth of the universe, right? And since video games offer users an immersive experience into the universe of their choosing, it's no wonder why these Star Trek titles have become permanent fixtures in gaming history.

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