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X3: Terran War Pack (PC DVD)

Platform : Windows XP, Windows Vista
16 customer reviews

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  • A new plot throws you into the power struggle between corporations at a time of war.
  • More than 30 new ships and stations
  • New Stock Exchange feature allows advanced investment
  • Support for head tracking.
  • Improved graphics quality setting for high end machines.
  • Improved UI introducing charts to visualize economic developments.
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X3: Terran War Pack (PC DVD) + X3: Terran Conflict (PC DVD-ROM) + X Rebirth (PC DVD)
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  • Platform:   Windows XP / Vista
  • Media: DVD-ROM

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  • ASIN: B007GTOTNM
  • Release Date: 9 Mar. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,269 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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X3: Terran War Pack

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3.8 out of 5 stars

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By SovietWomble on 10 Feb. 2013
First off, this game is superb, but is a very slow burn. This isn't a title for those who want a quick fix of entertainment. It's for those who like methodical and grand strategies. Those who like to see a plan come together gradually over time. To illustrate:

- Starting a new game, you'll have a battered old ship. You'll ferret out little opportunities and explore the (astonishingly huge) galactic map. A few hours later, you'd have bought upgrades for your ship, then a jumpdrive to move through the galaxy faster. Then an NPC ship to back you up. Then another one. Then another.

- Eventually you'll have a small company of traders. And the game turns from trading to economic management. You'll build orbital factories, asteroid mines & farms. Then sell goods to other trade ships.

- Eventually you'll have a corporation with a hundreds ships & facilities. You'll build a headquarters. Manufacture wings of fighters and capital ships to patrol your trade routes. Your home sector will be teeming with expensive military hardware; Missile Frigates, Corvettes, Destroyers.

And from there you'll expand your influence across the galaxy. Your hourly turn over will be hundreds of millions an hour. Which you'll pour back into your corporations economy and military fleets.

I threw down the game about 5-6 times in frustration at first. But I'm glad I stuck it out. Once your corporation is setup and on it's feet, and you can start to afford the awesome ships and weapons, everything comes alive.

Just be prepared to spend many hours to get there.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. P. P. C. McKay on 23 Nov. 2013
Albion Prelude is a fantastic addition to Terran Conflict, All of the game elements are the same so if you are looking for a more in depth review I've also written one for Terran Conflict.

With Albion Prelude we get a more universe changing war which shakes gameplay up a little especially at the start. The only pity with this element is that while sectors in dispute between the Argon and Terrans do change hands, there is no real lasting changes when this happens which is a shame, it would have been nice to see a more dynamic AI vs AI environment and see one side penetrate deep into the others space and the visa versa.

What we do see is huge capital vs capital and fleet engagements which are extremelly cool to get involved with or just watch if you're friendly with both races.

There are new ships and stations and I think improved textures (could be wrong there) everything looks great and gameplay is fun, complex, and rewarding.

As before the game is well supported by Egosoft and updates are regular and extra missions have been given free, although they got busy with X Rebirth so there isn't as much new stuff being released for this as there was for Terran Conflict.

So the Terran War Pack gives you two games, X3 Terran Conflict and Albion Prelude, well worth the money and you will get years of enjoyent out of these games.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jason Prudhoe on 10 Mar. 2014
I have played about a week and a days worth from the time stamp on this review. Basically going into the parts of the game i know of and offering an opinion, mostly AP (Albion Prelude). So hopefully it helps someone out in their choice.

So the thing you must make sure of when you want the game is a bit of patience, you need to learn the game mechanics (it will take a few days to get an idea and perhaps a week or more to get the hang of it) and figure out what you plan on doing. useful sites you can visit like Egosoft's own forum for specific information, x3 wikia for general information and x3 roguey's site for other things even if the maps are a little inaccurate, there are a few others so make sure to look around for vanilla (stock, original or unmodified game) information.

Even after a week, i am still on the 'humble merchant' start, at first it took a while to realize what to do, like getting a ship that you own to follow the ship you are flying and keeping it safe from enemy contacts that try to shoot down that ship when you just jumped through a gate to another system and find out it was destroyed before it made it through the gate. It would be best to forget that type of thought for the moment, at least until later on in your game when you made your enemies. getting to the stock exchange on AP is usually key for any player of any start type.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By LeeSouthend on 13 Jun. 2013
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A modern day Elite updated in every way with jaw dropping graphics and a plot that will take months of gameplay to complete. downside is that so far the Albion Prelude plotline feels like an add on to X3 Terran Conflict (included in pack) but the saved game cannot be continued from one to the other.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Turner on 21 Nov. 2013
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This is an excellent pack if you love Elite clone games. From gentle trading to frantic fighting these games have it all. The pinacle is Albion Prelude and it will provide mega hours of enjoyment. to inyone into this genre.
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