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    on >Wing Commander News< was published:

    Still on the fence about this whole Wing Commander thing? Electronic Arts has announced that they are adding a seven day free trial to their Origin Access service (previously reported here.) Origin Access, the PC equivalent of their Xbox-based EA Access program, gives you the ability to play a host of Electronic Arts games free of charge. It also makes new titles (like the upcoming Mass Effect sequel) available early and includes a 10% discount on Origin store purchases. Origin Access includes Wing Commander, Wing Commander II: Vengeance of the Kilrathi, Wing Commander III: Heart of the Tiger, Wing Commander IV: The Price of Freedom and Wing Commander: Privateer. You can learn more and sign up for a seven day trial here.

    Source: http://www.wcnews.com/index.shtml#13750
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    on >Wing Commander News< was published:

    Anatoly Shashkin of DOSNostalgic shared this awesome advertisement for System Commander. Although it shares no relation to the Wing Commander series, it still has a pretty cool name, and this ad includes a shout out to WC4. "Win 95 is cool, but sucks with DOS games!" is the warning at the top. While that may sound overblown today, there was quite a stretch of time in the late '90s and even early 2000s when DOS/Windows compatibility was a big problem. DOS games often required specific drivers and memory management that simply weren't compatible with Windows. Or in other cases, sometimes hardware that needed special software to run in Windows created further conflicts with games. So boot loader programs like this were one helpful way to maintain distinct DOS and Windows environments to keep your gaming going. Today we have programs like DOSBox to help that along, but in the long history of PC gaming,
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    on >Wing Commander News< was published:

    Vudu enthusiast Jacob reports that the company has included Wing Commander in their latest monthly HDX sale. Through March 7, digital ownership of the movie will run you just $6.99. A few months ago, Vudu phased out their 720p "medium" resolution encodings in favor of just 480p and 1080p Full HD, as the company begins to roll out 4K UHD content. If you purchased Wing Commander in 720p, you should have already received a free upgrade to Full HD. Note that on Vudu, 1080p is called HDX.
    Based on the best selling video game, Wing Commander is a science fiction-war movie spectacle.
    Source: http://www.wcnews.com/index.shtml#13739

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