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Star Wars: X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter (1996)

Start a campaign through a galaxy far, far away as a pilot for the Rebellion or the Galactic Empire. Earn awards and unlock more powerful ships to complete the campaign as you progress. First person pilot-in-cockpit shooter.

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Rebel Commander / Imperial Pilot #2 (voice) (as Bill E. Martin)
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Rebel Commander / Rebel Pilot #3 (voice)
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Rebel Officer #1 (voice) (as Vic Ploizis)
Roy Conrad ...
Rebel Officer #2 (voice)
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Imperial Officer #1 / Rebel Pilot #4 (voice) (as Tom Kayne)
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Imperial Officer #2 (voice) (as Clive Revel)
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Rebel Pilot #2 (voice)
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Rebel Pilot #5 (voice)
Edie Mirman ...
Rebel Pilot #6 (voice)
Stephen Hoye ...
Imperial Pilot #1 (voice) (as Stephan Hoye)
Peter Renaday ...
Imperial Pilot #3 (voice) (as Pete Renaday)
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Imperial Pilot #4 (voice) (as Steven Jay Blum)
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Start a campaign through a galaxy far, far away as a pilot for the Rebellion or the Galactic Empire. Earn awards and unlock more powerful ships to complete the campaign as you progress. First person pilot-in-cockpit shooter.

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Spun-off from Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980) See more »

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One of the best multiplayer games ever!
24 July 2001 | by (Karlstad, Sweden) – See all my reviews

X-W vs. TF is a space shooter, where you get to control X-Wings, TIE Fighters and other Imperial- and Rebel ships. It had amazing graphic- and sound effects for the time. The game was probably meant to be played in multiplayer-mode, i.e. versus other (non computer controlled) players. Sure, there were singleplayer missions also, but they had no background story, and no characters from the Star Wars universe appeared, so they weren't that interesting.

I used to spend hours and hours playing this game on Microsoft's "The Zone" versus other online players... I don't know if you still can (this was a couple of years ago) but if you do, try it out --you won't be disappointed!


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