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Gen. James 'Paladin' Taggart / Prince Thrakhath / Kilrathi in-flight voices (voice)
Jason Bernard ...
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Maj. Todd 'Maniac' Marshall (as Tom Wilson)
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Jennifer MacDonald ...
Lt. Robin 'Flint' Peters
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Lt. Ted 'Radio' Rollins
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B.J. Jefferson ...
Lt. Laurel 'Cobra' Buckley
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Maj. Jace 'Flash' Dillon (as Joshua Lucas)
Julian Reyes ...
Lt. Mitchell 'Vaquero' Lopez
Yolanda Jilot ...
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Jean Pierre Pereat ...
Bartender (as J.P. Pereat)
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The war with the Kilrathi has lasted for generations, now the Terran Confederation faces the possibility of humanity losing the war, and Earth being over-run by the cat-like race of the Kilrathi. In a desperate attempt to win, the Terran Confederation prepares to destroy Kilrah; the Kilrathi home-world, and end the war. But only one man is qualified; Colonel Chirstopher Blair, who the Kilrathi have dubbed "The Heart of the Tiger"... Written by John Betancourt <MXKM38B@prodigy.com>

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December 1994 (USA)  »

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$4,000,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

Some re-releases of the game were packaged with a special "Making-Of" CD-ROM which featured hours of footage from the shooting of the live action scenes. Highlights include co-star Tom Wilson engaging in a mock lightsaber battle with Mark Hamill and several other cast members making fun of Hamill's Star Wars past. During one dramatic scene, Mark Hamill exits the room as scripted and once he's gone, Tom Wilson turns towards the camera and says: "Isn't that the guy from Star Wars?" See more »

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A hand holding Blair's ankle is visible when Prince Thrakhath plunges his claw into him and lifts him up in the air (if the player refuses to beg for the mercy in the cutscene that follows if the player ejects in the final losing endgame mission) See more »

Quotes

Rachel: [looking at the blueprints of the Behemoth] My, my, grandma, what a big gun you have.
Blair: They don't get any bigger.
Rachel: That's what they all say. Talk is cheap.
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Featured in Gamesmaster: Episode #4.4 (1994) See more »

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How Wing Commander III pulls you in.
22 February 1999 | by (Texas) – See all my reviews

I got Wing Commander III from my dad for my birthday. I had never even heard of it, but I saw that Mark Hamill was in it and that got me interested. The cool graphics, the live-action cut scenes, and the entire fun of space simulation soon had me hooked. Afterwards I have purchased Wing Commander IV and Wing Commander Prophecy and hope to get Wing Commander: Secret Ops soon. Overall, this game is very fun and addictive.


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