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Wing Commander: Privateer - Righteous Fire (DOS)

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Along with my (European) copy of Righteous Fire, there came a Strike Commander poster, which says "Strike really flies with an Intel486(tm) DX2." On the back side of it there's "What does an Intel486 DX2 do for you?" with several examples, including Strike Commander, Michael Jordan In Flight(tm), Star Trek: 25th Anniversary, Syndicate and Ultima Underworld. The last quote is on the bottom of the back side, saying "Intel486 DX2. Can you survive without one?"

Contributed by Thomas Perl (78) on Aug 06, 2002. -- edit trivia



It contained Origin's second batch-file adventure, following the "Tabtne.vda" file on the first Privateer. The third batch file adventure was included with their Wings of Glory WWI sim.

Contributed by WizardX (116) on Jun 09, 2000. -- edit trivia