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1990s X-Wing and TIE Fighter Video Games Re-Released!

by Shane McGlaun
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Star Wars video game fans have something to be excited about. Way back in 1994 and 1998 there were a pair of Star Wars video games that many feel were the best that ever wore the Star Wars name – X-Wing and TIE Fighter.

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If you were a fan of those games, they have both been re-released in their Special Edition variants, along with all of their original expansion packs included. They’ve also been tested to work with current-gen PCs and graphic cards. The games are available for a mere $10 each, which sounds like money well spent to me.

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Both X-Wing and TIE Fighter are available to purchase and download to your PC right now from Good Old Games. Sounds like a pixelated weekend of gaming is in the works. Will you be buying these games?

[via Kotaku]

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