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X3: Goldbox

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X3: Goldbox

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The X games hurl you into the most detailed universe ever created, right into the middle of an epic, intergalactic story filled with twists and turns at every jump gate. Become the hero once more as you TRADE, FIGHT, BUILD, and THINK your way to victory.

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What the X series is all about:

The X games hurl you into the most detailed universe ever created, right into the middle of an epic, intergalactic story filled with twists and turns at every jump gate. Become the hero once more as you TRADE, FIGHT, BUILD, and THINK your way to victory.

Immerse yourself in a living, breathing universe where all your actions have consequences.

TRADE to make money or upgrade your ship, FIGHT epic battles or capture enemy ships, BUILD your own stations and produce goods in your own factories, and of course always THINK about the consequences of your actions in the realistic simulated universe and dynamic real-time economy.


Items included in this bundle:

  • X3: Albion Prelude

  • X3: Reunion

  • X3: Terran Conflict


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Publisher:
Egosoft GmbH
Developer:
Egosoft
Genres:
Strategy, Simulation
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Released:
Friday, October 8, 2010
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Languages:
English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish
Format:
Digital PC Download
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Great collection

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This is a great pack containing 3 games from the X series: -X3: Albion Prelude -The beginning of the highways and the war between Terrans and Argons. For me, X3 Albion Prelude is the best part of the X series, even though it is just an add on to Terran Conflict, Albion Prelude improves the performance noticeably, there is finally a real war between the races, something that never before really existed. Also, the useful little improvements such as that the player's destroyed missiles and the resulting explosion destroyed ships, are now awarded (or loaded) to the player. Especially with kill missions an absolute must. Clear purchase recommendation for X-veterans, recommendation for closer examination for all space simulation, economic simulation etc. friends. -X3: Reunion - This one reminds me that X series is probably the best space simulation I've ever played. Thanks to different start-up scenarios and many possibilities, you can do almost everything you imagine. Developing an economic system and acting, piracy, building a fleet, carrying out warfare, exploring missions ... however, X3 is not very easy to get into, and you have to invest a lot of time to get something on your feet. -X3: Terran Conflict - A wonderful space game in which you can lose yourself & definitely my favorite part of the X series. Whether as a fighter, dealer, pirate, smuggler or CEO, the vast universe with its multitude of seas provides a fantastic gameplay for everyone. However, the game forces one indirectly to trade and build factories, as this is still the most effective way to money. Thus a basic interest in economic activities and a certain degree of patience should be present. The game gives you the opportunity to play multiple plots with very interesting stories and bonuses (like your own HQ), which offer a great change to normal free play. Furthermore, there are really fantastic mods. Probably the biggest shortcoming, as with all X games, is the fact that many mechanics are never really explained to the player. You have to open up a lot yourself or to get help in the Internet / Tutorial / ect. fall back on.

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