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Privateer 2: The Darkening (Video Game 1996) Poster

(1996 Video Game)

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This was originally intended to be an adventure-type game made in Britain. When the budget for this game and one other active project began to spiral higher and higher the two projects were merged.
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Six of the eight main planets in the Tri-System; Anhur, Crius, Hades, Hermes, Hephaestus and Janus IV, are named after mythological Gods from the Greek, Roman and Egyptian eras. Karatikus is named after Caratacus, the leader of a British tribe who resisted the Roman invasion. The planet Bex, which produces Bex Beer, was probably named after Beck's, the German beer brand.
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The Papagod pirate clan fighters Ashearer and Ecantona are presumably named after the footballers Alan Shearer and Eric Cantona.
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Filmed at Pinewood Studios.
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The ITV television program "Bad Influence!" was invited to the set, to film behind-the-scenes footage, during production and presenter Violet Berlin interviewed Clive Owen, Christopher Walken and John Hurt.
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Despite the title suggesting that this is a sequel to Privateer (1993), this game is not set in the Wing Commander (1990) universe like the previous game is. Everything is different and new; spacecraft, peoples, planets, culture, history, government and military. There is no "Terran Confederation", instead law and order is kept by the "CIS", however a "confederation" is vaguely mentioned once or twice in the in-game information database (the booths)
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David Warner later played Admiral Tolwyn (replacing Malcolm McDowell) in Wing Commander (1999) the film adaptation of the Wing Commander games also produced by Origin (the first Privateer game was a Wing Commander spinoff)
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