Just in time for Star Trek Day, online video game retailer GOG.com has revealed that six classic Star Trek computer games are now available to download. This marks the first time these games are available on a modern video game storefront.
Star Trek: Voyager – Elite Force (2000) and its sequel (2003), Star Trek: Bridge Commander (2002), Star Trek: Starfleet Command III (2002), Star Trek: Hidden Evil (1999), and Star Trek: Away Team (2001) are now available for $10 each. These games are promised to play on modern computers.
Star Trek: Voyager – Elite Force –a first-person shooter set onboard the USS Voyager where you must take on some of the most dangerous special missions.
Star Trek: Elite Force II – a stunning sequel set on Enterprise-E where you get your orders from Captain Jean-Luc Picard himself!
Star Trek: Hidden Evil – a third-person adventure game with both Patrick Stewart and Brent Spiner reprising their roles as Captain Picard and Lt. Cmdr. Data.
Star Trek: Away Team – an isometric turn-based tactical game influenced by titles like Commandos and the X-Com series.
Star Trek: Starfleet Command III – a simulation game with RPG elements where you can customize your starship and lead it into space battles.
Star Trek: Bridge Commander – a space combat simulation game that sits you in an actual captain’s chair with a crew waiting for your orders.
Star Trek: Armada and its sequel are slated as “TBA.”
A few years ago, we looked back at Elite Force (often considered the best Star Trek game of all time) with the game’s director, Brian Pelletier, and found it holds up well after all these years.
To purchase the games, visit gog.com/partner/startrek.
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November 1, 2021 at 5:27 pm
I loved Elite Force, I remember in that game one of the first things I did was fire on the bridge crew, very satisfying.
December 11, 2021 at 12:08 am
I would be willing to pay up to $40 if they would use more advanced game engine with high polygon and texture models on the games. I would pay as much as $60 for a single updated game including all missions and add expansions of Voyager Elite Force 1 & 2