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Friday, July 21, 2000
 

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MW: Deep Space Nine Screens
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Our trip to Simon and Schuster HQ was quite fruitful - not only did we get to see Star Trek Deep Space Nine: The Fallen in action, we walked away with these excellent screen shots. As you can see, if you look closely, the Unreal Tournament engine has been modified extensively - explosions cause colored reflections, shadows are projected realistically by light sources in realtime, and the textures are razor-sharp. This is one game we are really looking forward to, and Simon and Schuster has promised as near to a simultaneous release as they can manage. Trek fans and non-fans alike, look on in awe!

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