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Old July 5 2012, 11:01 PM   #23
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Re: resurrecting Star Trek: Secret of Vulcan Fury as a animated TOS st

Yosef Lindell wrote: View Post
I was the one who originally posted about the audio tracks for the game possibly having been backed up on magnetic tapes and stored somewhere. I was never able to get any more information on this.

But after seeing this post, I searched around the internet a bit more. For those who are not aware, Interplay still exists, although what they are doing is somewhat unclear. They do have a very active forum with frequent responses from Interplay employees.

About a year ago, there was a post on SOVF, in which a current employee said that all the files from SOVF have been lost:

Now I don't want to believe this. It would be a tragedy. I think we may yet be able to get more detailed information from this person on the Interplay forum as to how he came by this knowledge and who else we can contact.

Is anyone up for this?
There is a rumour also the material exists somewhere. I hope it's true - maybe someone backed up the discs/tapes knowing how important it is? Maybe the person on that forum got it wrong. Interplay exists, I'd love it if a talented person with knowledge and contacts could track it down. Yorktown: A Time To Heal starring George Takei has been revived.

This is a BRAND NEW STORY set during the original 5 year mission featuring the WHOLE cast written by DC Fontana and directed by Jon Lucas. Exploring the history of the Vulcan/Romulan conflict.

The last performances of DeForest Kelley, James Doohan and Mark Lenard as their characters. If not a game it could be an animated feature or even an audio drama?

Don't give up til it's over! As long as it exists (if it does) then chances are 10, 20, 30 years down the line, something could be done with it. And I don't mean put it in the garbage.
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