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 Dec 13, 2004 - 03:00 PM - by Michael
* Wing Commander 3 turns Ten

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Wing Commander 3, which convinced many gamers to finally buy a CD-Rom drive rather than sticking with stacks of floppies, has turned ten years old.

The writer put together a photo of his memorabilia for the occasion, as well as this tribute:

Each and every Wing Commander game was at the forefront of technology and innovative gameplay when they were released. Games today still rarely exceed the polish and production values associated with installments in the series. Wing Commander fans around the world share a special bond. We'd like to wish this gaming classic a Happy Tenth Birthday!

 

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