In 1997, Interplay announced a new game that was to be a technological breakthrough, Star Trek: Secret of Vulcan Fury. It would feature an original story by D.C. Fontana, groundbreaking motion capture technology to recreate the characters as they first appeared, completely new environments from the Enterprise to Vulcan, and the voices of the original series actors reprising their roles. It would be the "Star Trek" video game of all time. But, in 1999, the plug was pulled. I wish to know what anyone else knows about this game that never came to be, and I also wish that CBS and Paramount could find a way to finish this project and let all of us finally enjoy it.