Star Wars: X-Wing Vs. Tie Fighter Totally Games, Inc. / LucasArts Entertainment Company LLC 1997

Technically superior to its two predecessors, XvT runs on Windows, requires a joystick (the others could be played with a mouse), features a CD audio soundtrack, supports high resolution graphics, brings texture mapping to the ship models of the in-flight game engine, includes robust multiplayer options for up to eight players in free-for-all, team-based, and cooperative play modes, and has a sophisticated pilot and mission selection system that tracks the player's points and awards. The player also has the ability to choose for each mission which squadron he or she wants to fly in (e.g. either the Y-wings that disable a ship for capture or the X-wings that support them), his or her specific ship type, and the ship's armaments. Response to the game was mixed. It is the only part of the series designed almost exclusively for multiplayer and/or personal practice only; it lacks a storyline and numerous cutscenes. While the gameplay was universally praised as an exceptional experience (especially for multiplayer), the lack of a story was strongly criticized by many fans. "X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter: Flight School" included 14 sample missions from the full game.

Also see: #Advanced Tactical Missions, #Balance Of Power Campaigns, #More Fights, #Stellar Combat: Mission Pack

Level Pack
Level Demo 6MB (uploaded by
ISO Demo 344MB (uploaded by Old_Schooler)
Flight School limited version included in Star Wars X-Wing Collector Series (1998) 2CD ISO Demo 768MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
Level Demo (Sampler CD) included in The LucasArts Archives Vol. III 6CD ISO Demo 1.20GB (uploaded by hgdagon)
Flight School limited version included in The LucasArts Archives Vol. IV 6CD ISO Demo 1.40GB (uploaded by hgdagon)

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