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Starships Unlimited: Divided Galaxies
Game Description:Being a leader is more than just knowing how to fight or being born into it. As the leader of your race you will need to be all things to all races using combat, diplomacy, intelligence and trade. Everyone knows war is coming and you better be up to the challenge. If not you better at least enjoy the war because the peace that follows will be hell. With randomly generated galaxies, researchable technologies, customizable units and engaging tactical combat, Starships Unlimited: Divided Galaxies promises a unique experience each time, with no two games alike! Starships Unlimited: Divided Galaxies functions as the sequel to Starships Unlimited (a third game in the series was signed by Matrix Games in 2005), and is based on the original Starships Unlimited version 2.3.
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  • 'Star Wars Galaxies' To Get Vehicle Combat

    Sony's MMO Star Wars Galaxies is gearing up for their next expansion, Battle for Echo Base. Included in this update is the addition of vehicle combat, which was planned to be announced at this year's Fan Faire event hosted by Sony, but John Smedley let the cat out of the bag when he was talking to Massively at E3. Since the news was already...

    Posted August 8, 2008| 9 Comments

    'Star Wars Galaxies' To Get Vehicle Combat

 


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