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Energized by an enhanced version of the Unreal Tournament engine, The Fallen places the player at the heart of an exhilarating adventure.

  • A sophisticated camera system takes third-person perspective gaming to a higher plane, whether in close quarters or wide-open expanses.
  • The Fallen utilizes a revolutionary multiple-character system - giving the player three unique and compelling single player experiences - as either Sisko, Kira or Worf.
  • A custom-designed inverse kinetics and bones animation system provides fluid and realistic character movements and interactions, while a revolutionary facial animation system enables real-time lip synching and heightened dramatic interaction between characters.
  • Officially sanctioned by Paramount, The Fallen's digital cast has been brought to life with the actual voices of Deep Space Nine's cast.
  • More than 10 new weapons, Federation issue and beyond, all with multiple firing modes.
  • Highly detailed architecture and intricate lighting techniques provide cinematic ambience and mood. With three distinct character paths across more than 30 unique, detailed maps, The Fallen transports the player through rich, photo-realistic environments never before seen in any Star Trek episode or motion picture.
  • Opposition will come from more than 25 alien species, including an all new race of bio-analogous creatures known as the Grigari.
Release Date: October 2000
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