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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - The Fallen


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The Collective, Simon & Schuster

November 23, 2000

PC (Microsoft Windows), Mac



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Content Gaps: Some areas of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - The Fallen feel underdeveloped or lacking in content.

Requires Patience: The game’s pacing might be slow for those who prefer fast-paced Shooter games.

Repetitive Elements: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - The Fallen may become repetitive after extended play, especially in the Shooter genre.

Why To Avoid

Innovative Mechanics: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - The Fallen introduces new and innovative mechanics in the Shooter genre.

Compelling Storyline: The narrative in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - The Fallen is deeply engaging, making it a must-play for Shooter fans.

High Replay Value: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - The Fallen offers numerous reasons to replay, thanks to its Shooter elements.

Why To Play

The Bajorans believe the alien species that reside in the wormhole near their planet are Prophets, worshipping them as gods and referring to the wormhole as the "Celestial Temple". Bajoran legend tells that millennia ago, the Prophets expelled another race from the wormhole, the Pah-wraiths, imprisoning them forever in the Fire Caves on Bajor. However, legend tells of three red Orbs which are said to hold the key to the Pah-wraiths' resurrection and return to the Temple, although none of these Orbs have ever been located. Or so it is thought.

The game is loosely based on a trilogy of novels by Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens called Millennium: The Fall of Terok Nor, The War of the Prophets, and Inferno. The setting is the Deep Space Nine space station featured in the American science fiction television series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.



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