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Star Wars: X-wing vs. TIE Fighter
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Exclusively focused on multiplayer, it gave players the option to take their dogfighting skills to the Internet and face off in a customizable array of battles, sorties, and similar arena challenges. What it did not do was include a single-player campaign like the ones that had made the series famous in the first place. Balance of Power, allegedly, was created to rectify this. Balance of Power adds a mission campaign for both the Imperial and Rebel sides. Cutscenes every six or so missions tell an ongoing story, while the missions themselves follow the overall tone of your progress, or sometimes even tie into each other in sequential stages. You can also fly both sides under one profile.
Attention is requested to create new articles from these links. Please remove this message when finished. Star Wars: X-wing vs. TIE Fighter is a flight simulator flight school that allows the player to train as a pilot for the Rebel Alliance or the Galactic Empire and gain the highest rank as Top Ace. Throughout the game, the player must complete eight missions, which can be played continuously, and gain points towards making there next rank.
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Star Wars: TIE Fighter
A notable improvement was the 3-D rendering engine, which supported Gouraud shading, an effect that makes curves of low polygon objects look much more realistic. There were many improvements and flight options added, and the briefings were richer; apart from the standard schematic map, the player had the ability to "talk" to an Imperial briefing officer and a Lesser Prophet in a dialogue menu. In addition to the pilot's manual, the initial release of the game offered a novella called The Stele Chronicles , similar to The Farlander Papers that shipped with X-Wing. The Imperial Palace in the introduction. The game begins soon after the Battle of Hoth , and the expansions lead up to the Battle of Endor. The player assumes the role of a rookie TIE pilot , whose name in the player's guide is given as Maarek Stele. Since this is the first game ever on the side of the Galactic Empire , the position of an Imperial main character could estrange some players; however the pilot's role becomes a bit sympathetic since he lives in fear of the punishment of Darth Vader and other superiors, and later the player is directed against other odds.