Star Wars: X-Wing Vs. TIE Fighter Ad Blurbs (Windows)
Advertising BlurbsItalian distributor's website:
Nella battaglia spaziale fra l'Impero e l'Alleanza Ribelle, X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter è la prima simulazione di combattimento multi-player ambientata nell'universo di Star Wars. In X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter i giocatori si sfidano a vicenda in un'emozionante battaglia fra il bene e il male.
Contributed by jean-louis (24881) on Jan 04, 2015.
BIS ZU 8 SPIELER
MEHR ALS 15 MISSIONEN
MULTIPLAYER-OPTION ÜBER MODEM ODER NETZWERK
ZAHLREICHE SONDEROPTIONEN IM GEFECHTS- UND KAMPAGNEN-MODUS
Contributed by Patrick Bregger (161769) on Apr 14, 2010.
IN X-WING VS. TIE FIGHTER
YOU WILL BATTLE
AN ENEMY MORE RUTHLESS THAN
JABBA THE HUTT
AND MORE SINISTER THAN
(Floyd from Accounting.)
Today, it's Floyd. Tomorrow, the greatest pilot in the Star Wars universe could be a dentist in New Jersey. That's the beauty of X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter. It allows you to engage in head-to-head combat against real people over modem, network and the internet. It's a real first, and it's in real time. The graphics have been galactically enhanced. The flight engine is phenomenal. The new missions are masterstrokes of space mayhem. There are even single player missions for an all-new explosive experience. No wonder Computer Gaming World proclaims X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter "number one on every space sim-er's wish list." And if you don't believe them, just ask Floyd. http://www.lucasarts.com
Product Information Number 224
Contributed by Pseudo_Intellectual (47938) on Jan 12, 2006.
The power of the Force resides with the most skilled and daring pilot. Choose your craft and choose your weapons, but most of all, choose your wingmates carefully--your life may depend on it.
- This space combat simulation puts you in dogfights with up to 2 players over modem, up to 8 players on a LAN, and up to 4 players on the Internet
- Over 50 combat missions
- Fly one of nine enhanced spacecraft
- Choose free-for-all combat or a series of battle missions
Contributed by MAT (145030) on May 26, 2001.