Summary: The game is a great play and is fun as it always has been. I still jump when something pops out of the shadows at me -_- but that's how it's supposed to be. The box was not damaged so I am pleased with the handling of my merchandise, and the game was delivered on time and directly to me.
Summary: Out of the four DS9 games released between 1995 and 2001, The Fallen is undoubtedly the best. Excellent level design and faithful renditions of Starfleet phasers and phaser rifles, along with Worf's bat'leth raise it above other Star Trek games made at the time.
Summary: First off, this isn't just a good game, it's a good Star Trek game. I have to admit that my favorite is Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force, but isn't it everybody's? In The Fallen, the 3rd person is a little different, and drastically changes the feel of the game, but it is awesome when you can climb...
Summary: If you're good with first-person-shooting games and you have a bit of nostalgia for Deep Space Nine episodes, this game really hits the spot. Now a "bargain bin" title, it still is quite enjoyable for the different sort of gameplay it presents.
Summary: This game is cool in that it resembles star trek details pretty well (including some actual actor voice-overs), but it is very aggravating when it comes to completing the missions. It is extremely easy to get lost...if you have little patience, this probably isn't the game for you.
Summary: Much like the terrific series its derived from, Deep Space Nine: The Fallen is a great game that follows in spirit of the show. I won't delve too much into the plot because its so thick with the lore of the DS9 series and I'd spend a whole 2 paragraphs describing it.
Summary: A pretty good time. The game has good graphics, good sound and ran on my computer without any glitches. There are three playable characters, and playing each character allows the player to see the story unfold from various viewpoints.