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X3 Reunion - PC

Windows 98 / 2000 / Me / XP
3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews) 71 / 100

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  • The Bala Gi MISSIONS are part of the campaign to unlock a unique new spacecraft and get hold of the biggest construction set in the X universe so far: The headquarters station.
  • Jump into the cockpit of the exclusive (and unique) battleship once owned by the Pontifex Maximus Paranidia himself. This ship is lean and mean and can host two fighter ships.
  • Bala Gi Research Inc. have developed a new M3+ class of ships. During the game you can distribute the blueprints for this new masterpiece in ship construction to the various shipyards.
  • Exotic space ships, revised battle tactics and exciting missions for all difficulty levels. Expand buildings by linking factories into huge production compounds.
  • The most gigantic, complex universe ever seen in a game continues to expand. Hundreds of goods to trade in a gigantic universe with real economic simulation.

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  • ASIN: B000APK4FQ
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 31, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,655 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

X3 Reunion version 2.0, the sequel to the brilliant X2 – The Threat, gives the player a chance to uncover some of the answers to the biggest questions in the X-Universe. Version 2.0 includes the full version of X3 Reunion PLUS the jam-packed addition of the: Bala Gi research missions.

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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars X3: Reunion Install Problem Fix December 29, 2005
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
This isn't exactly a review, but there is a workaround for installing the game for those who received a defective Disc 2 with missing files:

When you receive the error message for the 08105.mp3 or 08106.mp3 file, put in Disc 3 and click Retry, then click Ignore when the error message comes up again.

Download the missing files from Enlight here:

For file 08105.mp3


For file 08106.mp3


Extract then Drag and drop Or copy and paste the 1 or 2 mp3's to "C:\Program Files\EGOSOFT\X3 REUNION\soundtrack" depending on which file you are having problems with.

(Workaround From Enlight support @ [...])

I thought X2 was a great game that steadily improved over time with patches from the developer. Time will tell for X3.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Get it right the first time! January 30, 2006
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Up until about a week ago, I agreed with all of the negative reviews of this game. Though I did not have installation problems, I did have lag times (even at the lowest settings) and the game was pretty near unplayable. After reading the forums on Egosoft's site, I realized that Egosoft released a game that was nowhere near ready to release. Of course, as you all know, once you buy and open a game you are stuck with it so I uninstalled it and chalked it up to being taken.

However, since that time, EgoSoft has released two more patches (1.3 and 1.3.01). These have made the game not only playable, but enjoyable! I was so excited to actually be able to play the game. The graphics are gorgeous as is the soundtrack. You really get the feeling that you are part of a large universe. The free roaming game is truly free roaming where you pretty much do whatever you want, but pay consequences/reap rewards of your actions. I'm not sure what some folks are expecting from the graphics department or the mission variety, but I have no complaints about them.

I am not going to get into the specifics of the game because if you're interested, you can learn about the game from egosoft's site, gamespot, or IGN. As far as fun goes, I give the game a 4-Star rating, because now that I can play it I'm hooked! Yes, the controls are pretty involved and the learning curve is indeed a bit steep, but I have had worse. I do agree that a game of this magnitude should have a better tutorial system. (Please note that I never concern myself with 'plot holes' in a story line in a game as long as I am having fun so I can't comment on that.)

The reason, the overall rating is 2-stars is because Egosoft should be ashamed of themselves for releasing the game in the condition it was released.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Immersive November 16, 2005
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
A space flight / fight / trading / empire building game. It is like later day version of 'Elite'.

You can command a fighter ship which embarks on missions and captures enemy ships where you progress through a storyline. You can also command a trader which trades the space lanes, eventually you can build factories and gigantic fleets of ships, dreadnoughts, carrier ships.

The whole world is dynamic and filled with traders, stations and computer players that react intelligently to anything that you do or happens.

It takes about 3 hours just to get used to the controls and how to fly around and do anything, the graphics are incredible and you will just fly around looknig at things everywhere. I almost gave up on this game early on as I couldn't seem to really do anything or work out the controls. It then takes another 4 hours to start to understand the dynamic economy as a trader. Once you understand the game it becomes completely immersive as there is just so much to it.

Replay value is huge. You can spend an unlimited amount of time playing this game and enjoying it. You need a good PC to run it though.

Here is a good description.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Slow paced, but very addicting. April 2, 2006
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I have been playing this game for almost a month now, and i cant comment on the differences from X2 to X3 as i could never get X2 to run. I have read over other peoples comments on this game, and just about every negative point was either completly wrong, or has since been fixed. for example, just to nitpick, one person mentioned changing your players name in X3, sure you can, yeah everyone still calls you julian in the storyline and such. heck you can even change the name of any one of your ships, which is handy at later points in the game when you need to track 10, 20, 30, or more ships.

One true point to some peoples complaints, is the graphics in the game. they are absolutly beautiful, but at a high cost. in recent patches they have added more options for tweaking the graphics levels to help run on lower end machines. myself, i run it in med-high settings with a 6600gt gfx card. It looks great, sounds great, just great.

The storyline is a bit dry, but i dont feel that the storyline drives the game really. You have to kinda look at this game like a combo between a Sim City style game, a RPG, and a real time strategy. The space combat is not that much of a force in the game, you can of course choose to go this route to just fly around killing pirates or whatever all day. you may also choose to build a vast empire of trade ships, stations, complexes, and factories.

One of the interesting points to this game, is the scripts engine. there are scripts of all sorts, from cheats, to temp bug fixes, to tweaks of the current game. you can do quite a bit with the scripting engine if you have the ability to learn how to work it, or you can simply use the egosoft website to download other scripts for your use.
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