>> Star Trek Elite Force II
|Genre: First Person Shooter
Platforms: PC, Mac
PC Publisher: Activision
Mac Publisher: Aspyr Media
Engine: Quake III, with Ritual's ÜBER Tools
ESRB Rating: Teen
Released: June 24, 2003
|· DirectX 9.0 compatible 32MB video card
· Pentium III 600 or Athlon™ processor or higher
· 128MB of RAM
· Microsoft® Windows® 98/98SE/ME/2000/XP
· DirectX® 9.0 compatible 16 bit sound card
· DirectX® 9.0
New Life forms And New Civilizations...
The Hazard Team will encounter a number of alien races throughout the game. Not all of them are hostile, and more than once will you come acrossindividuals that will help you accomplish your mission.
The Borg are an extremely powerful race consisting of humanoids that are enhanced by cybernetic implants. This grants them superior strength and the unique ability to function as a single mind. Every Borg drone is also equipped with personal shielding technology, which automatically adapts to energy-based weapons.
Little is known about the Exomorphs. They are non-humanoid life forms that can operate in any environment. There are several different kinds of Exomorphs, all of which feature large claws. This makes them extremely lethal in close combat. Some Exomorphs are also known to have the ability to spit some sort of venom.
So far it has not been possible to determine where the Exomorphs originated from and all attempts to establishany sort of communication with them have failed. They appear to be exremely hostile andcaution is recommended when engaging them.
The Attrexians are an industrial race that has warp capability, but is not as advanced as the Federation. Though not considered a "big player", the Attrexian empire consists of several worlds located on either side of the Romulan Neutral Zone. Most Attrexians are in the mining business, and minerals found on Attrexian worlds are frequently traded for new technology.
The mysterious Idryll are the remains of a once powerful star empire. They can be found on some of the planets now controlled by the Attrexians, and they are slowly assimilated into the Attrexian society as a labor class. The Idryll are well educated and cultured, and considered friendly to the Federation.
Idryll warriors are proficient in handling a variety of weapons and prefer to use energy shields in battle to deflect enemy weapons fire.
An aggressive offspring of the Vulcan race, the Romulans have been a long-time foe of the Federation. Though the Dominion War resulted in the Romulans forming an alliance with the Federation and the Klingons, several commanders throughout the Romulan Empire still feel that Starfleet is not to be trusted.