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Star Trek: Elite Force II

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Unlike the first game, Elite Force II is largely set onboard the USS Enterprise-E stationed in the Alpha Quadrant. The game's storyline is a semi-sequel to the movie Star Trek Nemesis, and the end of Star Trek: Voyager series. Many of the members from the original Hazard Team reappear. However only a few of the primary cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation did voice acting for the game, among them Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard, Dwight Schultz as Reginald Barclay, and Tim Russ as Tuvok. Several actors from Star Trek series provided additional voice acting: Jeffrey Combs (Weyoun from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Commander Shran from Star Trek: Enterprise) as one of the main villains; Robert O'Reilly (Gowron from Deep Space Nine) as Krindo; J.G. Hertzler (Martok from Deep Space Nine, plus roles in Voyager and Enterprise) as Lurok; and Vaughn Armstrong (Admiral Forrest in Enterprise) who contributed with several character voices. (Taken from Wikipedia.org, for temporary use.)

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  • jakemowbray jakemowbray

    Looks good

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  • Avoozl Avoozl

    I think I enjoyed the first game the most, also it's got me interested in watching the Voyager series even though I was never a Star Trek fan.

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    • Avoozl Avoozl

      Well I am even more of a Star Trek fan now since this post, I did what I said and watched all of Voyager last year and additionally DS9 this year, and I have now currently moved on to TNG.

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  • SunShining SunShining

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    SCREW you trekkies! Star wars is way better!

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    • Guitarman Guitarman

      I dunno about you but star wars is my least favourite sci-fi. it is awesome but Star Trek is better. Nevermind oppinions aside, This is a star trek game, do not discuss star wars

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    • JBJF14 JBJF14

      Why is being a troll necessary? Why can't sci-fi fans get along?

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      • IC-OSIK IC-OSIK

        I know. I know SEVERAL SW fans, and none of them troll. Might have something to do with the fact that they're intelligent...

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      • ADTeam™ ADTeam™

        I appreciate Star Trek as a masterpiece of the genre, even if I dont know that much about it as I know about Star Wars. And I'm a SW fan, so, don't pay attention to haters/trolls. Long live and prosper!

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      • DarthCaesar DarthCaesar

        I love both. I've always been a diehard SW fan but Star Trek is definitely awesome.

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    • Chrissstrahl Chrissstrahl

      It is different.

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