X3 Terran Conflict
X3 Terran Conflict
3.2.4

2.5

X3 Terran Conflict free download for Mac

X3 Terran Conflict

3.2.4
21 July 2015

Intergalactic space combat game.

Overview

X3 Terran Conflict...It is the year 2938. The long wished-for encounter of the X Universe and the Earth holds both joy and sorrow for the people. Despite flourishing trade, the clash of the diverse races, cultures and life forms creates new tensions, mistrust and open conflict that need to be overcome!

Experience the brilliant climax of the legendary X-Trilogy , and take your place in the history of the X Universe.

What's new in X3 Terran Conflict

Version 3.2.4:
  • Multi-language release
  • Improved performance
  • Achievements through Game Center
  • Synchronous updates
  • Full support directly from EgoSoft

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1 X3 Terran Conflict Reviews

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CFrag
24 July 2012

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In 1985 I got hooked on a game called ELITE. I still play it occasionally on my Apple II emulator. Now, almost 30 years later, many have tried to recapture the essence of Elite: open-ended, freewheeling space trade. EVE online. T Minus. The X series. They all try, and X3 is the second time I've tried an offering from this series. X3 may be an OK game, but it is overly complex (however, that may appeal to you), and somewhat oddly paced. Some aspects of the interface (especially management of resources later in the game) are ill conceived or badly executed. This game is aimed at the hardcore gamer, with a stunning array of options, configuration options, and a learning curve to match. Worse, X3 can be singularly unforgiving - a small mistake during the initial phase of the game can come back to haunt you countless hours later. Again, this may appeal to hardcore gamers - but not to me. The tutorial is, unfortunately, not up to the task (unless you are either dedicated, happy to experiment, or have experience with one of the game's predecessors). A definite turn-off, though, is that it is neigh on impossible to play X3 without a joystick. Combine this with long load times, and for me this game holds only little appeal. The graphics are nice, though.
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Version 3.2.0
CFrag
24 July 2012
In 1985 I got hooked on a game called ELITE. I still play it occasionally on my Apple II emulator. Now, almost 30 years later, many have tried to recapture the essence of Elite: open-ended, freewheeling space trade. EVE online. T Minus. The X series. They all try, and X3 is the second time I've tried an offering from this series. X3 may be an OK game, but it is overly complex (however, that may appeal to you), and somewhat oddly paced. Some aspects of the interface (especially management of resources later in the game) are ill conceived or badly executed. This game is aimed at the hardcore gamer, with a stunning array of options, configuration options, and a learning curve to match. Worse, X3 can be singularly unforgiving - a small mistake during the initial phase of the game can come back to haunt you countless hours later. Again, this may appeal to hardcore gamers - but not to me. The tutorial is, unfortunately, not up to the task (unless you are either dedicated, happy to experiment, or have experience with one of the game's predecessors). A definite turn-off, though, is that it is neigh on impossible to play X3 without a joystick. Combine this with long load times, and for me this game holds only little appeal. The graphics are nice, though.
Like
Version 3.2.0