Friday, September 4, 2009

Let's Play Elite Force Part 11

After a lengthy delay, I'm back with another episode of Let's Play Elite Force! Remember that To Be Continued at the end of last time? Well...

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

MMMM! You know how to make a girl happy, Linkara!

Nothing brightens my day more than finding a new video by you.

thehivemind33 said...

Awesome! :D Finally, more episodes! Just the thing I need to help me to sleep...a good laugh! If that made sense...it's 12:30 down here in Texas. I guess I will laugh myself to sleep. Can't wait for the next episode!

alexanderthegreat said...

That's a shame about the troubles, but I'm glad it wasn't a gamebreaker.

I just had a sobering thought: this is the beginning of the end! How will I cope without my regular fix of Ensign Munrooooo?

I really hope you do more LPs, especially if you continue with the much neglected Trek shooters (Elite Force 2, Klingon: Honour Guard, Generations). The RTSs and RPGs don't really work for LPs, though it might be worth a shot.

Anonymous said...

So Voyager is hopelessly outgunned, outnumbered, and on the verge of annihilation, so they decide the best course of action is to launch wave after wave of crew members in shuttle craft against the harvesters (whom even the Borg like to avoid) in a frontal assault because Nelix thinks everyone is feeling a bit down? They're one human shield of children away from having this plan drawn directly from Zap Brannigan's Big Book of War. It's a wonder they ever made it back from the Delta Quadrant.

BS Digital Q said...

Awww, no big robots? You make BS sad...

=(

Anonymous said...

I am curious as to what version of elite force this is and what the specs are set on because I don't ever recall seeing the glitches you are having both visual and where you were getting the doc's conversations with the injured crewmembers displayed minutes after they were supposed to occur nor the shadows being that way.

Also the expansion was quite good for the virtual voyager thingy which you allowed to actually explore more of the ship and interact with stuff.

Anonymous said...

As for more games you may want to look up Star Trek: Forsaken. It's actually pretty decent fps game and ties into a small mini series of Star Trek Deep Space Nine novels.

Thing is some of the actors were not able to get their voices into the game due to time issues where they were unavailable for recording/contract issues.

Ivan Druzhkov said...

Anonymous, you mean The Fallen, right?

I'd second seeing an LP of that. It's a decent game, though it does tend to get a bit pissy on Windows XP.

Personally, I wish that the Grigari would pull a Harley Quinn and show up in one of the series. They're actually pretty damn freaky in the books.

Anonymous said...

Yeah Fallen. Wish I had gotten it when it was actually on the store shelves in the box that was the Bajoran emblem rather then just the jewel case version.