Wing Commander IV: The Price of Freedom Ad Blurbs (PlayStation)
Advertising BlurbsPrint advertisement - PC Player 12/1995:
Der Preis der Freiheit ist ewige WachsamkeitWING COMMANDER IV
Einberufungsbescheide folgen im Dezember
In den Hauptrollen:
Mark Hamill als Colonel BlairMalcolm McDowell als Admiral Tolwyn
Contributed by Patrick Bregger (200674) on Apr 07, 2010.
Believe it - the BEST interactive movie has just gotten BETTER!
The Kilrathi war may be over, but back home nothing is the same. There's trouble in the Border Worlds. Civil War seems imminent. You have to decide how to save the Confederation - or if it should be saved at all!
The latest epic adventure in the Wing Commander saga applies improved cinematic techniques and photo-realistic graphics to a story of intrigue, betrayal and death. Never before has Hollywood been so completely under your control.
- Ensemble cast of favorites, including Mark Hamill, Malcom McDowell, John Rhys-Davies and Tom Wilson (as Maniac)
- Enhanced movie quality, including panning camera and detailed Hollywood studio sets
- Shot on film!
- Runs under Win 95 with a DOS reboot
- Complexly woven story featuring old friends and new comrades
- Photo-realistic textures on all ships
- Enhanced interactivity both in and out of the cockpit - plus greater control of missions and drama
- Digital music throughout the game
- 16-bit movies with Dolby Surround Sound
- Better-than-ever gameplay
- Full screen view for enhanced visibility
Contributed by Terok Nor (26544) on Dec 24, 2001.
"The vanguard of the next generation of electronic entertainment." - CGW
Wing Commander IV is the next stage of the epic adventure! There's trouble in the Border Worlds. Civil war seems imminent. You have to decide how to save the Confederation - or if it should be saved at all!
More missions, more combat, more gameplay than ever before!
Digital music brings Dolby Surround Sound to your PC!
Full-screen view for enhanced visibility during combat
Complexly woven story featuring new comrades and old friends, including Mark Hamill and Malcolm McDowell (as Admiral Tolwyn).
Contributed by Zovni (10653) on Jun 30, 2001.