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 Christopher Blair (Mark Hamill), who the Kilrathi have dubbed "The Heart of the Tiger".
John Betancourt <MXKM38B@prodigy.com>
Did You Know?
Originally, Mark Hamill
was being considered for Maniac rather than Blair. Chris Roberts
was having trouble casting Blair, and after meeting Hamill, he realized that the man who played Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars film franchise would be an ideal choice to play the hero of this game, so the part was offered to Hamill and he accepted. See more
Hobbes appears much taller in the introduction cutscene (when Blair lands on the Victory) than he does in the rest of his appearances in the game's cutscenes. See more
Still buying the fantasy that we're winning the war?
Well, why the hard-on for the opposite take?
Because you'd have to be blind not to see that things are going bad and getting worse.
Fact: We haven't had shore leave in months. Fact: All we do is move from one defensive mission to another. Fact: Our entire force is constantly in retreat. Now is that just my imagination, or is the entire war effort unravelling before our eyes?
Fact: We have a communications officer aboard with far too ...
The Playstation version of the game replaces two ground attack missions with cut scenes of the fighters running their attacks. In addition after the player drops the Temblor bomb on Kilrah another cutscene shows the fighter's egress before the planet begins to break up. Throughout the PC game there were originally news cast video scenes that hinted to the player various tactical advances on the part of the enemy. Unfortunately these were cut in the end. See more
December 1994 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Wing Commander III: Heart of the Tiger
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Aspect Ratio: 1.33 : 1
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