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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - The Fallen (2000)

The Cardassians, the Dominion and the Bajoran Pah-wraith cultists are all eager to obtain the lost orbs of the Pah-wraiths, which capable of releasing the "fallen gods," for their own purposes. Only the Federation stands in their way.

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Worf (voice)
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Kira (voice)
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Sisko (voice) (as Kevin Richardson)
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Jadzia Dax (voice)
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Garak (voice)
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Odo (voice)
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Bashir (voice)
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Quark (voice)
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O'Brien / Obsidian Order Male / Bajoran Monk (voice)
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Obanak / Wraith Obanak / Bajoran Man (voice)
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Terrell / Dejar / Obsidian Order Female / Bajoran Female (voice)
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Computer / Obsidian Order Female / Starfleet Officer Female / Bajoran Nun (voice)
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Bajoran Scientists / Starfleet Officer / Vorta Male / Zurris (voice)
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Bajoran Officer Female / Vorta Female / Kijana (voice)
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Bajoran Fanatic / Bajoran Officer Male / Obsidian Soldier / Rogon'Ogar (voice)
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In the later half of Deep Space Nine's season six, we were reintroduced to the Pah-wraiths...witness this chapter of the battle between the Pah-wraiths and the Prophets as you battle to control the Red Orbs which will open the Pah-wraiths' temple and bring about Armageddon. Written by Xander Janeway <sevenofmine79@hotmail.com>

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The game takes place in 2374. See more »

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Spun-off from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993) See more »

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Pretty realistic game, uses the Unreal game engine well, and is entertaining.
23 September 2002 | by See all my reviews

This is a pretty realistic game. (I especially like the water waves, which is good scenery). I'm glad that many of the voices on here is actually from the TV Series. This game uses the Unreal Engine, which is cool. There are several missions to complete. Sometimes I get lost in it, but I eventually get to where I am supposed to go after much exploring. It stays pretty faithful to the TV Series. Overall it was pretty good. It was entertaining and somewhat addicting.


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