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Large-scale battles have become a vestige of the past, depleting resources of conflicting parties. Settled space, where welfare and order had reigned, has become a cemetery for dead ships which is flooded with pirates and adventurists.

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Large-scale battles have become a vestige of the past, depleting resources of conflicting parties. Settled space, where welfare and order had reigned, has become a cemetery for dead ships which is flooded with pirates and adventurists. Complete impunity, black market flourishing where gun and tech trade is on the move, arbitrariness and anarchy – the Galaxy has become a real dangerous place. Events in the Universe and its habitant’s destiny are completely up to player’s choice and tactical decisions.

Star Wolves 3: Civil War is a sequel to the popular real time strategy with RPG elements. Original large-scale scenario, closely tied with the first part of intergalactic epic helps the player influence the ongoing events and foreordain one of many endings. Free roam, free mission selection, free team forming – the world of Star Wolves waits for its heroes.


Key Features:

  • Huge world: 110 highly detailed star systems in different parts of the Galaxy.

  • Non-linear story: several endings and additional quests create a complete game universe.

  • New characters and skills: form up a team of your dream; teach your companions new skills.

  • New participant in the intergalactic conflict: the Space Fleet of a New Empire, equipped with its own spaceships.

  • A number of new base ships and fighters with unique specifications and original weapon types and equipment.

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Publisher:
1C Company
Developer:
IMG Publishing Ltd.
Genres:
Strategy
Source:
1C Company
Released:
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
Modes:
Languages:
English
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  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: Pentium IV 2.0 GHz or AMD 2.0Ghz (Single Core)
  • Memory: 512 MB
  • Graphics: nVidia GF FX5700 or ATI Radeon 9600 with 128MB VideoRAM
  • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 5.5 GB
  • Sound: Sound card compatible with DirectX 9.0
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista
  • Processor: Pentium IV 2.8 GHz; or analogous AMD (Single Core)
  • Memory: 1 GB
  • Graphics: nVidia GF 6800 GT or ATI Radeon 1900XT with 512MB VideoRAM

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86
Best Star Wolves

It's simply the first game, and second one, multipiled. There are more fighters to chose from(now the game has five tiers of ships, compared to three in the first installment of the series). What's also a big step ahead is the fact that you get new motherships as you progress through the story. In midgame you get a mothership that can take out whole wings of fighters on its own. That is an awesome progress from the first game, where your mothership was very vulnerable and you had to run away from any fighting, except maybe the weakest enemies, like pirates. As I said in the beginning - Star Wolves is bigger and better than its predecessors. If you haven't played previous games you won't miss much. Just a few characters from first game appearing in Star Wolves 3. Also plot refers to some previous occurrences. To sum up - this one's the is the best what Star Wolves have to offer. As an off note - there was a standalone expansion planned for SW3, but it was never released. A shame if you ask me.

77
A good entry to the Star Wolves series

Star Wolves 3 is a tactical role playing game. In this you are controlling a spaceship and its crew. You can level up the crews and ships skills and in turn makes you have different abilities to use. The graphics have aged a bit however upon playing again recently I sort of liked the charm that the graphics have. This may not be for everyone however as it tends to look a bit ugly at times. The music ranges from good to being sort of out of place and not really needed at certain points. They could have done with maybe tuning down the music a bit to make it less powerful as it doesn't really match the game that well. Gameplay is very fun once you get into it, however it took me a while to get to grips with everything that was possible. You control the spaceship with the mouse. Finally if you are looking for something to play with role playing game, I definitely recommend this game.

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