Deep Space Nine: The Fallen Update
5:38 PM | Michael Eilers | Comment on this story
Our GCA partner Stomped has posted an update on the third-person shooter Star Trek Deep Space Nine: The Fallen from Simon and Schuster's Peter Binazeski. As this game approaches the end of the development cycle, the team at The Collective has been adding the last few details, including voice-over work by actors from the television series. Sadly, the voice of Avery Brooks (the actor who portrayed Benjamin Sisko) will not be included; most likely his reappearance as a TV spokesperson raised his fee beyond their means.
The update from Stomped is fairly short, so here it is in full:
According to Peter Binazeski, the Publicity Director for Simon and Schuster Interactive, the voices for the game have now been cast and have been recorded. Returning to their roles from the Deep Space Nine television series are Michael (Worf) Dorn, Nana (Kira) Visitor, Alexander (Bashir) Siddig, Armin (Quark) Shimerman, Rene (Odo) Auberjonois, Andrew (Garak) Robinson, and for the first time since she left the series in the sixth season, Terry (Jadzia Dax) Farrell. Actors Avery Brooks and Colm Meaney will not be reprising their TV roles of Sisko and O'Brien for the game. Stomped also noted that they have a 'special surprise' related to DS9 coming soon, so we'll be sure and watch for that. DS9 is scheduled to be a simultaneous Mac/PC release. Visit the official web site for more details.
DS9: The Fallen Update at Stomped
Binazeski said QuickTime movie interviews of the DS9 cast members will be placed on The Fallen's official web site soon. According to him, the game is still on target to be completed and in stores in October.
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