Star Trek: Elite Force 2 Single-Player Demo

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Even though the six-year run of Star Trek: Voyager is over, the Elite Forces unit is going. Trumping the original Star Trek: Elite Force, the sequel picks up where the show left off. And, Trekkie or not, there's an epic story in the making that'll make you want to sign on for the new mission.
The setup is this: After destroying a Borg sphere--an event that occurs at the end of the Star Trek: Voyager television series and serves as your first mission in Elite Force II--your crew gets unwillingly reassigned to desk jobs by an annoying Star Fleet bureaucrat. Thankfully, Captain Picard (voiced by Patrick Stewart) intervenes, reassembles your crew, and whisks you off on a surprisingly atypical series of missions that involve Alien-style creatures and two races new to the Star Trek universe: the Attrexians and the Idryll.

The Attrexians are a gnomish society centered on mining and construction. The Idryll, an elfish-looking race long oppressed by the Attrexians, are much more sophisticated--and mystical. The conflict between these two races, as well as the origin and nature of the alien menace, is central to the game's main story line.

Elite Force II's plot is massive (at least three times as big as the original, which should please fans unhappy with the first game's short length) and spans more than 10 different locales, which range from trippy bio-sci-fi factories to arctic Romulan outposts. This large number of worlds and settings promises to keep gamers interested, especially given the amount of play variance Ritual and Activision are striving to achieve

DEMO MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

3D Hardware Accelerator Card required - 100% DirectX 9.0 compatible 32MB video card and drivers
Pentium III 600 or Athlon processor or higher
English version of Microsoft Windows 98/98SE/ME/2000/XP
128MB of RAM
Quad Speed CD-ROM drive (600 K/sec sustained transfer rate) and drivers
200 MB of uncompressed free hard disk space (plus 500MB for Windows swap file)
100% DirectX 9.0 compatible 16 bit sound card and drivers
100% Windows 98/98SE/ME/2000/XP compatible mouse, keyboard and drivers
DirectX 9.0

Important Note: *Some 3D accelerator cards may not be compatible with the 3D acceleration features utilized by Star Trek Elite Force II. Please refer to your hardware manufacturer for 100% DirectX 9.0 compatibility. (This product does not support Microsoft Windows 95 or NT.)

Demo Supported Chipsets for Windows 98/98SE/ME/2000/XP
ATI Radeon cards (* Radeon 7200 not supported in Demo)
nVidia TNT2 and TNT2 Ultra
All nVidia GeForce chipsets

IMPORTANT NOTE: This demo is based on pre-release code, and does not reflect the expected final quality level of the full, released version of Star Trek Elite Force II. Any bugs encountered will likely be resolved; weapon balance, level design, scripted sequences and monsters encountered all may change in the final version.

Due to its pre-release nature, Activision Customer Support does not officially support this demo. Please do not contact Activision Customer Support for assistance with this pre-release demo.

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Star Trek: Elite Force 2 Single-Player Demo

I'va been stoked for this game for a while now... Not dissapointed... but hopefully the graphic level will improve slightly with full release... even with everything maxed, the blood goop looks fake after a while, oh well, still schweeeet blowing the things to itty bits

Star Trek: Elite Force 2 Single-Player Demo

It's the Quake 3 engine, and this game kicks some serious f**king ass!!! It's so damn good, I'm surprise that Ritual was able to continue what Raven began so well; a series of great Star Trek games, even making a decent Star Trek game would have been a feat of its own. This game has a mix of complex/simple gameplay, which is sort of hard to expain but you'd know it when you try it. Just download, that's all I can say.

Star Trek: Elite Force 2 Single-Player Demo

this game f**king blows, the graphics dont compare to doom 3 therefore it automatically sucks. and i don't want to hear any pussies whine about if the gameplay is good then graphics don't matter cuz graphics are all that matters, anyone who says otherwise is a dumbass. i don't care about the game just as long as the graphics are awesome! yeah rock on muthaf**kas, little bitches rule! besides i'm getting a blowjob from a fine ass bitch tonight so i can't be bothered with this piece of shit. and by the way you f**king moron it's the quake 3 team arena engine, totally out of f**king date!!!! bitches!!! grow up! get with the times!!! doom 3 all the way doom 3 rulez!!!

Star Trek: Elite Force 2 Single-Player Demo

Just kidding guys! That post was damn funny though eh? I just wanted to make an example of all those ignorant gamers out there who do think like that. Elite Force is a good game , Ritual has done a nice job following up Raven. I hear it's longer too which is good cuz the one thing that was lame about the first one was that it was too short. And yes i agree with ST-EF2 that it is the most decent Star Trek game out there. Thx

Star Trek: Elite Force 2 Single-Player Demo

ugh, you guys are morons first the 9700 isnt supported because ATI sucks and had to buy out every company so that they could "make" drivers... 2nd this is the same engine as the first one, q3.. the gfx have improved, source has overwritten, and theres even a better polycount, the missions are great, nice cinematic cut scenes, about 20x more missions then the first, this game has it all.. the only reason to cut it up is if you have a 9700 garbage or your iq is pretty low because this game is easy as hell for me.and btw, st:elite force was game of the year and ive seen people that hate trek love this game, so f**k off you clowns!

Star Trek: Elite Force 2 Single-Player Demo

I still don't have a f**king clue how ppl cannot get the D/L working for this game. You'd have to either be gay or retarted, or maybe a little bit of both. This game has it all! A little reminiscent of Half-Life in the gameplay, with the action activated NPC's, and simplistic get complex gameplay (one action button does so much for example), I very much like! Q3 engine kicks some serious ass, seriously the UT2k3 engine doesn't even look that good, and it chugs on my 2Ghz machine, this game just cruises beautifully, and I'd have to say I actually think it looks better too! Things like a few extra poly's here and useless bump-mapping there and shit like in ut2k3 just waste precious processor power. Can't wait for full version, very proud of Ritual (last best game in my opinion of SiN, really good game, lacked in a few areas, but still really good (especially for a first full game)).

Star Trek: Elite Force 2 Single-Player Demo

In spite of the fact that the more "moronic" amoungst us seem to use this format for a slagging ground, I think I will stick the host's intended use and avoid derrogatory and homophobic remarks.This game really is the "Bling bling"Having played the elite force original to death and still do to this day, in addition to being a die hard member of the FPS fraternity, this game gets the JS seal of approval. Can't wait for the release. No problems loading or running on my machine.

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