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James Swallow is known for his work on Deus Ex: Human Revolution (2011), Disney Infinity 3.0 (2015) and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (2016). See full bio »

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 2016 Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (Video Game)
 2015 Disney Infinity 3.0 (Video Game)
 2013 Deus Ex: The Fall (Video Game) (game writer)
 2012 Fable: The Journey (Video Game) (writer)
 2011 Deus Ex: Human Revolution (Video Game)
 2003 Battlestar Galactica (Video Game) (script)
 2000 Star Trek: Invasion (Video Game) (written by)
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 1998-2000 Star Trek: Voyager (TV Series) (story concept - 2 episodes)
- Memorial (2000) ... (story concept - uncredited)
- One (1998) ... (story concept - uncredited)
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 1992 Beast Warriors (TV Mini-Series)
Bud Mint (English version, voice)
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 2009 Killzone 2 (Video Game) (special thanks)
 2004 Trekkies 2 (Documentary) (special thanks - as Jim Swallow)
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 2012 Outside Xbox (TV Series documentary)
Himself - Writer, Deus Ex: Human Revolution
- Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Retrospective with James Swallow (2012) ... Himself - Writer, Deus Ex: Human Revolution

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Author of several novels and audio dramas, including works based on Star Trek, Doctor Who, Stargate, Judge Dredd and Blake's 7.

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Jim Swallow

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He is the only British writer to have ever worked on a "Star Trek" television series. He submitted the original story premises for the Star Trek: Voyager (1995) episodes "One" and "Memorial". See more »

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