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StarLancer - StarLancer
Fri, September 22 2000 | 1:21PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Back in 1996, Erin Roberts and a developer named Warthog created a space combat simulation game called Privateer 2: The Darkening, while his brother, Chris Roberts, worked on the Wing Commander series with Origin. Soon after finishing those two games, the brothers left to create their own game company, Digital Anvil. Quickly after they began working on two space combat simulation games, one called "StarLancer" that was aiming for a single player experience like the Wing Commander series, and the other "Freelancer" which is aiming for the multiplayer picture. It appears that they mainly aimed their efforts on StarLancer, and Digital Anvil has produced a quality game for this year."
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