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Forsaken is a 3D first-person shooter computer game developed by Probe Entertainment and published by Acclaim Entertainment in 1998. The game is known for its six degrees of freedom gameplay and being one of the first DirectX games that utilized colored dynamic lights. Forsaken was used as a benchmark in computer test for many years after the initial release of the game.

Platform : PC Windows 32-bit
Format : PC CD-ROM
Publisher : Acclaim Entertainment
Authors : Probe Entertainment
Date : 1998

Other Software by Acclaim Entertainment:

Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
SEGA Bass Fishing Duel Acclaim Entertainment Sony PlayStation 2 CD-ROM Unknown
Super Wrestle Mania Acclaim Entertainment, Inc Sega Mega Drive 16-Bit Cartridge Unknown
Forsaken Acclaim Entertainment PC Windows 32-bit PC CD-ROM 1998
Forsaken Acclaim Entertainment Sony Playstation 1 CD-ROM 3 Jun 1998
Turok: Evolution Acclaim Entertainment Sony Playstation 2 DVD 2002

Information About Acclaim Entertainment:




This exhibit has a reference ID of CH51871. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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