Star Trek Deep Space Nine: The Fallen - PC

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  • Long ago, a race called the Pah-Wraiths were exiled from the Alpha Quadrant. Now they're coming back -- and they seek the power of 3 mysterious Red Orbs to make them powerful enough to conquer the quadrant
  • At different points in the game, you play as Captain Sisko, Major Kira, or Lt. Worf, as you coordinate efforts to find these Red Orbs before the Pah-Wraiths, or any other opposing forces, get to them
  • Each character will have special missions, on top of coordinating group missions with other playable characters
  • Battle your way through Cardassians and Jem'Hadar with 10 weapons from around the galaxy
  • 3D adventure at its finest with the crew of legendary space station!

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Deep Space Nine: The Fallen takes the crew of DS9 into a strange & frightening piece of ancient history!

Star Trek Deep Space Nine: The Fallen is set toward the end of the sixth season of the TV series as a previously untold tale. The exiled yet all-powerful Pah-wraith aliens are on the edge of returning to and controlling the Alpha Quadrant. Race them and a number of other opposing forces in the search for the ancient Red Orbs, the key to the Final Reckoning. Explore Ops, the Promenade, sections of the habitat and docking rings, plus previously unseen sections of the Deep Space Nine as Captain Sisko, Major Kira, or Lieutenant Commander Worf. Fly the Defiant. Battle the Dominion. Save the galaxy.

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Release date November 15, 2000
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4.3 out of 5 stars 34 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
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Product Dimensions 9.6 x 7.9 x 2.3 inches
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By J. Leigh on February 19, 2001
I have played Star Trek Elite Force and when I saw this game come out I thought it was going to be just another Elite Force.
I was pleasantly surprised that the programmers have taken some care to put in elements in the game that really MAKE it a Star Trek experience. For example the Tricorder. When I play the game I actually spend most of the time using it. When I beam into a new site for the first time it is the first thing I am compelled to use. The tricorder is important because it helps you locate objects you need and allows you to scan for shield modulation frequencies so that you can penetrate enemy shields- very important for your survival.
Because of this the game creates an authentic Star Trek experience that Elite Force lacks- I felt like a starfleet officer doing things a starfleet officer would do! Elite Force on the otherhand made me feel like a Quake player running around in a Star Trek universe.
The game is solidly built. Nice rendering. Projective shadows help add to the mood. Good music- but missing the original DS9 theme. No problem just swap their MP3 with the correct one :)
The biggest thrill was running around Ops and the Promenade. It really gives you a new perspective on what DS9 was really like. (Make sure to look for the fish bowl on the promenade- a nice touch).
The game is more difficult than I expected- even on the first level. I guess authenticity gets in the way sometimes. But fortunately cheats are well documented online- so no worries there.
The only reason I give it a 4 out of 5 is that this is basically a Quake/UnReal game.
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"The Fallen" is a very solid game. I've played 2 of the 3 character missions, and really enjoy the story. The game looks terrific, as it should since it is using the Unreal engine, but I like the tweak of the over-the-shoulder camera. I also like the real differences between Worf and Kira, both in terms of weapons and in terms of tasks.
I was also surprised, as an amateur musician, at the quality of the soundtrack, which may be the best game music I've ever heard. My only real quibble with the game was that the missions were more of the same "fetch that object, and take it there" that this genre seems to rely on. I did like the overall story, however, and there are a couple of good twists, although they are not particularly difficult to guess.
All in all a terrific game, even if, like me, you are not a huge Star Trek fan. Final note: this game has actually got me interested in Deep Space 9 shows...
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I. This is what old fashioned single-player gaming used to be about. The Fallen avoids the temptation that Elite Forces gave into and gives us not a frag-fest but uses the Unreal Tournament to deliver a story. This feels much more like Vampire: Redemption and the Thief Games than the Quake/Unreal engines which run it. Not that Frag-fest games aren't an outstanding way to pass the time but DS9 really demanded more of this sort of gameplay.
II. Appreciation aside there are SERIOUS technical problems. Check out the Official website's discussion board to get an overview, but briefly the game, despite the 3dFX participation has a real bad time with GLIDE hardware, and often it will not recognize D3D mode either. One can usually work around the GLIDE and D3D problems by using the OPEN GL mode and installing the 2 patches (One of which is 32 meg: That is TOO big for a patch in my opionin it feels much more like a flawed retail product that needed more work). Also if you are using a Diamond MX 400 there are additional audio tweaks you will need to make to get the sound to work properly.
III. In conclusion this is a great game but I'm getting the feeling that they rished it out the door to make Christmas sales deadlines and the game was simply not ready for retail release (I know they missed 1 release date as it was). Hopefully future support will address these serious problems.
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I bought this game for ($$$)(in a jewel case, in case you're wondering how I got it so{inexpensive}). Now I'm not quite a fan of Star Trek games, in fact most are boring with each level being exactly the same (Invasion, Hidden Evil). Well, I thought I might try "The Fallen" and give it a chance. It's now one of my favorites. The graphics are one of the major highlights; there are projected shadows, which are very rare in games, except for "Jedi Knight 2" and "Metal Gear Solid 2." The environments are all totally different. You can play on derelict ships, jungles, caves, ice planets, and even a submerged ship. The gameplay is smooth; loading isn't too bad if you have a good video card and a good processor. If you've never played a Trek game or even seen "Deep Space Nine" or any Star Trek series, this game is still a definite buyer. This game is in my opinion, better than Unreal Tournament.
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I remember watching the original series on prime time and that's all I will say there, except, no, I do not live in my parent's basement. This is important, however, because I have seen all the shows and games develop over the years. I have a PS1 and have many interactive games, etc. I can still say this: This game is extrordinary. Even though there are not a lot of "puzzles" to solve, and the ones that are there are easy, so what? The graphics and action on this thing are superb, and playing all the games over and over is still fun because wasting the Cardies, Dominion dudes, and bad Bejorans is fun. Perhaps I got too much pleasure out of using the Sniper feature on the Star Fleet phaser rifle? Perhaps yes. Get this game. Period.
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