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  • Summary: Star Wolves 3: Civil War is a sequel to the popular real time strategy with RPG elements. Original large-scale scenario, closely tied with the first part of intergalactic epic helps the player influence the ongoing events and foreordain one of many endings. Free roam, free mission selection,Star Wolves 3: Civil War is a sequel to the popular real time strategy with RPG elements. Original large-scale scenario, closely tied with the first part of intergalactic epic helps the player influence the ongoing events and foreordain one of many endings. Free roam, free mission selection, free team forming ? the world of Star Wolves waits for its heroes. Expand
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  1. Jan 28, 2016
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    Starwolves 3 is the sequel to Starwolves 1. Starwolves 2 was so buggy that it went nowhere with the gamers and was more or less dropped by theStarwolves 3 is the sequel to Starwolves 1. Starwolves 2 was so buggy that it went nowhere with the gamers and was more or less dropped by the developers that did not even bother to try to fix it. This third installment is nothing less than a scripted failure. It's supposed to be an "open world" game when in fact it's nothing but. Try to stray from the scripted route and you'll get blown up. Worse yet, there is only one way to succeed any mission even if more than one option is offered. Pick the wrong one and you'll be reloading because you got blown up regardless of the power of your mothership and fighters. And to make matter worst, the interface is buggy (Or it may have been scripted this way...) and required actions will not work when you need it. Click on "d" or the blue arrow icon to dock and... nothing happens unless the script allow you to do it. Click on "E" to escort a transport that you must protect and again it won't work because the developer has decide otherwise to artificially increase the mission's difficulty. And, of course, the same transport will do it's best to get away from you and as close as possible to the enemy to get merrily blown-up. Give orders to your fighters and they will just ignore it and get blown up. Really a scripted disaster. Stay away from this one, at any price. Starwolves one was a masterpiece compared to this one, need I say more??? Expand