YMMV / Star Trek: Elite Force

  • Best Level Ever:
    • The mission to the mass of ships-turned-base full of brute scavengers in EF1, but most particularly the section that takes place onboard a mirror universe constitution class starship.
    • "Virtual Voyager" from the first game is often thought of very highly, as it essentially replicates the entirety of the ship for players to run around in. There are mini-missions to complete, hidden areas, weapons and collectibles to find, and all sorts of entertaining ways to cause chaos and death.
  • Goddamned Bats: The Harvesters, Antibodies and Parasites in EF1; the Exomorph Lurkers and Chewers in EF2.
  • Les Yay: In EF1, if you play as the female Munro, the flirting between Munro and Telsia doesn't change at all, making it rather unfortunate that you could not play as a female Munro in EF2.
  • Memetic Badass: Thanks to Linkara's Let's Play, ENSIGN MUNROOOOOOO!
  • The Problem with Licensed Games: Mostly averted. Elite Force was fairly well received (a claim precious few Trek-based games can make), though not free from criticism. For example:
  • That One Level: The introduction level can be this for some. Specifically, the part where you're supposed to "escape a Borg cube." It's a holodeck simulation, but it still manages to be ludicrously difficult for those who aren't familiar with Voyager.