|freedoom - 2011-04-26 |
Was there even a shareware version of x-wing? loved this game, couldn't get into tie fighter because of some moral stand against the empire.
There was definitely a shareware version of TIE Fighter, probably one for X-Wing. Although I was not sure, I figured it deserved some leeway because of how much it rules.
|Xenocide - 2011-04-26 |
Wait, they give a shot of Artoo instead of showing us the Death Star exploding? Goddamn the special editions!
|FeeFiFoFoTheFifeFifeBrown - 2011-04-26 |
I kept expecting the space cops to pull Luke over and start asking how many drinks he's had tonight.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2011-04-27 |
After all that nauseous jerking around I was at least hoping for a big boom. :(
Oh well, X-wing was still remarkably fun. Though I found TIE Fighter a lot more, because I loved scanning ships for rebels and destroying them.
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2011-04-27 |
An all time classic but godamn was it HARD. If you died it would delete your pilot file so you always had to have it backed up on floppy.
|teenage mutant lisa turtle - 2011-04-27 |
So much fun, and the last time I used a flight stick controller on a pc
|erratic - 2011-04-27 |
So many memories. I remember being blown away by the outrageous 12 megs of harddrive space it wanted. I found the text files that control the narration, status and other messages and had endless hours of fun making them say absurd things. I always hated how they added those extra architectural bits to the trench run, though.
|Ursa_minor - 2011-04-27 |
Who is flying X-wing? Oh no, Grandma is flying X-wing!
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