Thursday, July 2, 2009

Let's Play Elite Force Parts 3 and 4

The Let's Play of Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force continues!

In episode 3, we visit a gross, squishy spaceship.




In episode 4, I sing and once again prove why I could run this ship single-handedly.

24 comments:

Anonymous said...

Are you still doing comics in five panels?

Lewis Lovhaug said...

Yes, but I haven't been particularly motivated or inspired to do any lately. It's tough to think of something funny for them.

WOLFMOTHER said...

"ladies and gentleman - the probinator!"

ouch. :)

KHarn said...

Thank you, Lewis, I was hoping you would post more of the adventures of ENSIGN MONROE: FEDERATION ASS-KICKER!

Anna said...

It sounds great when you sing! Want to hear much much more of that! Hoping for more ass-kicking!

Kimarous said...

I never got past the Etherian ship when I played this as a kid; they scared the crap out of me and I refused to go any further.

BTW, anyone else think of "Mars Attacks!" when the Etherians pulled the communication excuse?

Justin said...

Thank god your continuing. ^_^

If you were serious, The Doctor did sing that song on the show. :p

Anonymous said...

I'm curious what you mean when you say "Elements don't work that way"

Is it because isotopes are chemically indistinguishable?

Lewis Lovhaug said...

That was me being a bonehead and thinking in my head that they said "elements" when they said "isotopes." However, it's understandable since oftentimes science fiction will call something an element when they mean something else.

aa97464 said...

I love how Voyager has this dogged enthusiasm for trying to be the stupidest Trek series of all time.

Chell: She was vaporized!
Monroe: Why, are you detecting large spikes in C0 and C02 levels?
Chell: No! But she's disappeared!
Monroe: *facepalm*

Charly Dunst said...

I love games with organic weapons, gears and stuff... that's why I love Prey XD

Cervus said...

There's a drinking game here. Take a shot every time they use a term with "iso" in front of it for no apparent reason.

SynjoDeonecros said...

Oh, jeez! What's with this game and their fetish for teleporting death trap enemy gangrape? There's not even a logical pattern to them showing up, or a semi-obvious trigger, they just warp in at any given moment and rape your face. That's not nice. It kinda reminds me of the enemies in Vivisector.

The organic ship sorta reminded me of Species 8472 and their biotech. Even the aliens look somewhat similar. I guess the game didn't really have all that much in the way of creativity with their enemies, huh?

Kamen Rider Gumo said...

Am I the only one to notice that the Etherians are, physically-speaking, nearly identical to the interdimensional aliens from the two-part Voyager ep "Equinox"? I've checked all the fansites and Wikis and none of them make note of the connection. Just thought I'd mention that.

Lewis Lovhaug said...

I did notice that, but for some reason I never thought of it during the actual gameplay recording. ^^;

Sieg-sama said...

After all those spawning and respawning fylers, still not one died... Maybe it would've offended the aliens.

Oh and never go into a stealth mission without a grenade launcher. Or else you're not following ENSIGN MUNRO's code of badassery.

Might be handy if someone's 'in your way, sir' again.

Dan said...

"Now they DEFINITELY know we're here!"

So much Linkara in one week, you're going to spoil us!

Also, you have a very nice singing voice. I'm going to have to finally check out Camelot, I've been putting it off. Damn you for being so talented!

Jack said...

I like these lets plays of yours.The sound on these two was rather unbalanced though, i could barely hear you on 3. It was abit better on 4 though.

Marcel said...

Honestly, I LOL'd at the name of the game save in episode three. Nice reference there.

Are we going to see more Let's Play things from you? You should keep up with them. They're entertaining.

Cavalier said...

Part four kept me laughing the whole time. I hope you get more chances to test weapons in the holo-deck; it was great.

Isodesium made my brain hurt. By definition an isotope is a specific form of an element, like Uranium 235. So what is isodesium an isotope of? I'm guessing isotainium.

Episodes like "The 37's" and "Dreadnought" prove that ANYTHING can show up in the Delta quadrant. I'm surprised Voyager didn't find Elvis.

gmudskipper said...

Are you taking bets on whether the Etherians end up being the villains? It seems like a predictable set-up. Then again, Star Trek needs its warm fuzzy moment quota.

Inanna said...

Totally echoing Dan. I keep seeing snippets of Camelot, but now I have to sit down and actually watch the thing.

You do have a very nice singing voice. I wasn't expecting that.

URGMA said...

Hey lewis, I just started watching this lets play, cause i forgot about it a while back and you just mentioned it in your new review so i thought i would check it out. (I couldn't find the first 2 parts so i watched them on TGWTG)So far it's great, probably as entertaining as something spoony would do. It would be cool if you did another lets play sometime soon...well if you have any other games that you would want to do it with cause i know you're not a big gamer...but yeah the lp is great and i don't know if you'll see this or not, but i love your reviews and keep up the good work :D

De-Ji said...

I know that Camelot map! HAHA! My big brother and I would play multiplayer with a billion (obviously hyperbolizing, it was probably more around 20) AI so that there were so many you would either get bombarded constantly, or trapped constantly. XD So frustrating and yet so fun.
And just when I thought it couldn't get any better, you start to sing! You've got a great voice. ^u~ If you ever make an album, I am SO buying it.