History VideoGame / StarTrekEliteForce

3rd Oct '17 3:32:01 AM Morgenthaler
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* AlternativeContinuity: Like ''all'' StarTrekExpandedUniverse material, it exists outside of proper continuity. The story is carefully designed, however, to fit cleanly into the shows and movies involved without contradicting anything presented there(although the sequel's opening mission on the Borg sphere seems to take some time, while the actual episode suggested that Voyager had not been trapped for more than a few minutes). The distinct lack of the I-Mod weapon in the TV series does stand out, however.

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* AlternativeContinuity: Like ''all'' StarTrekExpandedUniverse Franchise/StarTrekExpandedUniverse material, it exists outside of proper continuity. The story is carefully designed, however, to fit cleanly into the shows and movies involved without contradicting anything presented there(although the sequel's opening mission on the Borg sphere seems to take some time, while the actual episode suggested that Voyager had not been trapped for more than a few minutes). The distinct lack of the I-Mod weapon in the TV series does stand out, however.
22nd Sep '17 10:46:01 PM whateveryousay21
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* CallBack: One of the missions in the sequel is set in the very same starbase that ''Trouble With Tribbles'' took place on... although it's a century later, under alien control and looks nothing like it did back then.
22nd Sep '17 10:38:53 PM whateveryousay21
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* AlternativeContinuity: Like ''all'' StarTrekExpandedUniverse material, it exists outside of proper continuity. The story is carefully designed, however, to fit cleanly into the shows and movies involved without contradicting anything presented there(although the sequel's opening mission on the Borg sphere seems to take some time, while the actual episode suggested that Voyager had not been trapped for more than a few minutes).

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* AlternativeContinuity: Like ''all'' StarTrekExpandedUniverse material, it exists outside of proper continuity. The story is carefully designed, however, to fit cleanly into the shows and movies involved without contradicting anything presented there(although the sequel's opening mission on the Borg sphere seems to take some time, while the actual episode suggested that Voyager had not been trapped for more than a few minutes). The distinct lack of the I-Mod weapon in the TV series does stand out, however.
25th Jul '17 11:35:56 PM ZuTheSkunk
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* AchievementMockery: The RedShirt award is awarded in a multiplayer game to those who [[MythologyGag manage to die first]].
3rd Jun '17 8:28:31 PM whateveryousay21
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* TakeThat: Stimmons, the stuffy Starfleet bureaucrat from the sequel, is practically a middle finger towards Babylon 5, as he looks almost identical to a character from that show and is written to be both idiotic and unlikeable. He only seems to be there so Picard can tell him to shut up at one point.
3rd Jun '17 8:18:03 PM whateveryousay21
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* AlternativeContinuity: Like ''all'' StarTrekExpandedUniverse material, it exists outside of proper continuity. The story is carefully designed, however, to fit cleanly into the shows and movies involved without contradicting anything presented there.

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* AlternativeContinuity: Like ''all'' StarTrekExpandedUniverse material, it exists outside of proper continuity. The story is carefully designed, however, to fit cleanly into the shows and movies involved without contradicting anything presented there.there(although the sequel's opening mission on the Borg sphere seems to take some time, while the actual episode suggested that Voyager had not been trapped for more than a few minutes).
7th Apr '17 7:16:48 AM TheNerevarine
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* MsFanservice: The second game had [[https://static.giantbomb.com/uploads/original/0/1366/1352949-eliteforce2_060203_002.jpg Kleeya]], a gorgeous [[HumanAliens alien]] [[HotScientist scientist]] in a Stripperiffic clothing who is available for [[PlayerCharacter Munro]] to romance.

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* MsFanservice: The second game had [[https://static.giantbomb.com/uploads/original/0/1366/1352949-eliteforce2_060203_002.jpg Kleeya]], a gorgeous [[HumanAliens alien]] [[HotScientist scientist]] in a Stripperiffic clothing who [[{{Stripperiffic}} skimpy blue bikini]]. Given her design pays homage to [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe alien babes]] romanced by Kirk in the original series, and she is also available as a LoveInterest for [[PlayerCharacter Munro]] to romance. Munro]], this trope isn't surprising.
6th Apr '17 5:23:08 PM TheNerevarine
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* BettyAndVeronica: Telsia and Kleeya respectively in the second game.


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* MsFanservice: The second game had [[https://static.giantbomb.com/uploads/original/0/1366/1352949-eliteforce2_060203_002.jpg Kleeya]], a gorgeous [[HumanAliens alien]] [[HotScientist scientist]] in a Stripperiffic clothing who is available for [[PlayerCharacter Munro]] to romance.
19th Mar '17 11:46:35 AM nombretomado
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** For bonus points, the bar in the second game has a ShoutOut to ''StarWars'': in one of the booths you can find some people re-creating the scene from ''ANewHope'' where Luke and Obi-Wan hire Han Solo. The dialog is identical, except for swapping out ''Wars''[='=] TechnoBabble with ''Trek''[='s=] TechnoBabble.

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** For bonus points, the bar in the second game has a ShoutOut to ''StarWars'': ''Franchise/StarWars'': in one of the booths you can find some people re-creating the scene from ''ANewHope'' ''Film/ANewHope'' where Luke and Obi-Wan hire Han Solo. The dialog is identical, except for swapping out ''Wars''[='=] TechnoBabble with ''Trek''[='s=] TechnoBabble.
19th Dec '16 9:10:00 PM TheRoguePenguin
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* DestructionEqualsOffSwitch: Averted. Shooting the console in the final part of the opening tutorial mission just gets your entire team killed when it explodes. This being ''Star Trek'', that outcome should have been obvious.



* ObstructiveBureaucrat: Mr. Stemmons, the guy with the BigOlEyebrows, in [=EF2=].
** CrowningMomentOfAwesome: When Picard tells Stemmons, essentially, to kiss off.

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* ObstructiveBureaucrat: Mr. Stemmons, the guy with the BigOlEyebrows, in [=EF2=].
** CrowningMomentOfAwesome: When
[=EF2=]. Picard tells Stemmons, essentially, to kiss off.
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