Mac DS9 Delay
11:56 AM | Michael Eilers | Comment on this story
Simon and Schuster has dropped us a quick note regarding the progress of their Trek-based release Deep Space Nine: The Fallen. It seems both the Mac and PC versions of this title will be slightly delayed, with the version for our OS trailing the PC by approximately a month. Here is the update:
NEW YORK, October 18, 2000 -- Simon & Schuster Interactive announced today that its highly anticipated Unreal Tournament powered CD-ROM game title "Star Trek Deep Space Nine(TM): The Fallen will now be shipping for the PC (Windows(R) 2000, 98, 95) on November 13. The Mac version of The Fallen is scheduled to ship one month later in mid-December. The reason for the delay for the PC version is to allow for tweaking of gameplay and debugging by the developer, The Collective. Development of the Mac version of The Fallen is presently underway and it is expected to arrive at retail before Christmas.Ah yes, one more game to be found under the Christmas tree. Watch for more details on this game in the next few weeks.
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Douglas Hare of The Collective commented on this very short delay. "We're taking the extra time to give The Fallen the spit and polish it deserves. It'll be worth the wait."
More information on Star Trek Deep Space Nine: The Fallen can be found at www.ds9thefallen.com. Fans can also chat about the game and discuss the development of The Fallen with The Collective.
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