Es ist das Jahr 2938. Das lang ersehnte Zusammentreffen des X-Universums mit der Erde bringt Freude und Leid gleichermaßen für die Völker des Weltalls. Während der Handel erblüht, sorgt der Zusammenprall verschiedener Rassen, Kulturen und Lebensformen für neue Spannungen, Misstrauen und offene Konflikte.
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Veröffentlichung: 16. Okt. 2008

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X3: Albion Prelude ist der neueste Teil der X3-Weltraumspielserie. HANDELN, KÄMPFEN, BAUEN, DENKEN Sie in einem lebendigen und pulsierenden Universum. Eine neue Handlung und viele neue Inhalte für das freie Endlosspiel. Diese Erweiterung ist kostenlos für alle Besitzer der X3: SuperBox.

Über dieses Spiel

Es ist das Jahr 2938. Das lang ersehnte Zusammentreffen des X-Universums mit der Erde bringt Freude und Leid gleichermaßen für die Völker des Weltalls. Während der Handel erblüht, sorgt der Zusammenprall verschiedener Rassen, Kulturen und Lebensformen für neue Spannungen, Misstrauen und offene Konflikte.
Erleben Sie den fulminanten Höhepunkt der X-Trilogie und nehmen Sie ihren Platz in der Geschichte des X-Universums ein.
  • Das größte X-Universum aller Zeiten.
  • Neue Fraktion: Die Terraner - Bewohner der Erde.
  • Mehr Jobs und nichtlineare Missionen als jemals zuvor.
  • Mehr als 100 neue Raumschiffe, neue Schiffsklassen und Waffensysteme.
  • Überarbeitete Benutzeroberfläche für eine komfortable Bedienung mit Maus, Tastatur und Joystick.
  • Neues Gruppenverwaltungs-Werkzeug.
  • Riesige Kampfschiffe können von einem anderen Team geentert werden.

Systemanforderungen

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • Betriebssystem: Windows 8.1 / 8 / 7 / Vista SP1 / XP SP2
    • Prozessor: Pentium® IV oder vergleichbarer AMD® 2,0 GHz
    • Speicher: 1 GB RAM
    • Grafik: 256 MB 3D DirectX 9 kompatible Grafikkarte (keine onboard-Chips) mit Pixel Shader 1.1 Unterstützung
    • Festplatte: 10 GB frei
    • Sound: Soundkarte (Surround Sound empfohlen)
    Empfohlen:
    • Betriebssystem: Windows 8.1 / 8 / 7 / Vista SP1
    • Prozessor: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo oder vergleichbarer AMD® 2,0 GHz
    • Speicher: 3 GB RAM
    • Grafik: 256 MB 3D DirectX 9 kompatible Grafikkarte (keine onboard-Chips) mit Pixel Shader 3.0 Unterstützung
    • Festplatte: 10 GB frei
    • Sound: Soundkarte (Surround Sound empfohlen)
    Minimum:
    • OS: 10.7 (Lion)
    • Processor: Pentium® IV or AMD® equivalent at 2.0 GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: "256MB OpenGL 2.0+ discrete NVIDIA/AMD card or Intel Core i7-2620M"
    • Hard Drive: 10GB of free space
    Recommended:
    • OS: 10.8 (Mountain Lion)
    • Processor: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo or AMD® equivalent at 2.0 GHz
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: "512MB OpenGL 3.0+ discrete NVIDIA/AMD card"
    • Hard Drive: 10GB of free space
    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 lts
    • Processor: Pentium® IV or AMD® equivalent at 2.0 GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: "256MB OpenGL 2.0+ discrete NVIDIA/AMD card (with proprietary driver) or Intel Core i7-2620M with mesa 9.0"
    • Hard Drive: 10GB of free space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 lts
    • Processor: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo or AMD® equivalent at 2.0 GHz
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: "512MB OpenGL 3.0+ discrete NVIDIA/AMD card (with proprietary driver)"
    • Hard Drive: 10GB of free space
Hilfreiche Kundenreviews
9 von 10 Personen (90%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
30.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22. April
Nun zunächst einmal dieses Spiel hat bereits ein paar Jahre auf dem Buckel aber das tut dem wahnsinnigen Umfang und Spielspaß keinerlei Abbruch. Ich habe seiner Zeit X2:Die Bedrohung und X3:Reunion gespielt und zwar (von der Spielzeit her) wochenlang.
Zugegeben dieses Spiel ist extrem Umfangfreich und es dauert wirklich eine Weile bis man sämtliche Funktionen, Eigenheiten der Völker/Schiffe etc herausgefunden hat allerdings wer sich für den Weltraum und vorallen für Simulationen interessiert ist hier genau richtig. Es gab und es wird vermutlich nie wieder ein vergleichbar Umfangreiches Weltraum-/Wirtschafts-/Kampfsimulations Spiel geben.
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3 von 4 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
304.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 18. Juli
+ Die Grafik ist, zumindest für meine Ansprüche, sehr schön und detailreich.
+ Physik und Trägheit der Schiffe sind gut durchdacht.
+ Vielfältige Waffensysteme bieten eine breite Auswahl.
+ Viele Stories sind recht interessant und bieten langen Spielspaß.
+ Das Game ist in sich sehr detailliert und bietet interessante Tricksereien, Einstellungen und Befehle.

- Manche Stories sind unverständlich beschrieben und ohne Hilfe und Tips aus dem Netz teils unlösbar.
- Die Aufgaben für den Part "Xenon-Hub" sind nicht gerade motivierend ("Mal eben" 500 Microchips besorgen - WTF!?)
- Das Entern ist durch den extrem dämlich programmierten Autopiloten (95% aller Versuche gehen von vornherein in die Hose), die ewig dauernde Ausbildung der Marines und deren Scheitern (Falls sie es überhaupt bis zum Schiff schaffen) leider extremst nervtötend und schlicht was für'n Eimer. Wer keinen Nerv dazu hat, lasse es am besten gleich sein.

Fazit:
Unter'm Strich definitiv empfehlenswert. In dieses Game sollte man viel Zeit investieren, denn für X-Newbies wird es nicht gerade einfach. Im Zweifelsfalle erst einmal X2 zocken, denn jenes Game (Besonders das Kampfsystem) ist meiner Meinung nach gerade für Anfänger um einiges leichter.
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30 von 31 Personen (97%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
171.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24. März
A worthy successor to X3: Reunion. With more ships (including bombers, which are a powerful addition for anti-capital ship combat). But lets not forget the biggest deal of all. You can play as a Terran! At long last we have seen our Terran brothers again, and can even play as them!

Pro:
+Great Story! (You'll need context of the other games to fully understand it though)

+Wide variety of mission types Combat missions alone include assassinations, defend a station, patrols, escorts, and even convoy hunting, Trade missions have you supplying or delivering wares to stations, or buying used ships (can be a great way to turn a profit when you repair it yourself). Build missions to have you build stations for the universe (thats right, get PAID to build stations. Last type of missions are the "think" missions, which have you transporting passengers, scanning asteroids, returning stolen or abandoned ships, tracking ships, etc.

+Randomly generated missions

+Vast options of ships/equipment to choose from. (Scout ships, interceptors, heavy fighters, bombers, transport freighter normal/heavy/super freigther, "Transport Large" (capital ship sized transport ship), corvettes (like a small frigate), frigates, destroyers and carriers.

+Player HQ (when unlocked) can reverse engineer ships (possibly jump beacons if you can get enough!) build ships, and house many ships,

+Living breathing universe. All those ships you see flying somewhere are doing things around the universe. Be it supplying a station somewhere, patrolling the sectors for hostiles. (Dont worry, escorts and the various ships respawn over time ... stations on the other hand ... dont (exception being shipyards and equipment docks)

+Reputation system for factions (how friendly/hostile they are to you, your clearence from shipyards, trading discounts, etc.)

+Autopilot!. Game can run autonomously in trade/exploration/combat aspects. Just buy the ships, buy the ship software from military bases and equipment docks. And you can have self sufficient fleets that can even automatically do trading across the universe for you (with Trade software MK3).

+Build your own stations. You can contribute to the universe and turn a decent profit when built on the right spots. Especially useful for obtaining some of those harder to obtain wares.

+Piracy, you can steal from freighters, capture capital ships, and smuggle illegal goods accross sectors.

Cons:
- Starts off a little slow. Because it takes a bit of time to work your way up (more from finances than from reputation; which is slightly hard to raise, easy to destroy).

-A little buggy. two story missions can be rather difficult, and can break if you arent careful (Mission six of Terran Conflict can break, so make a special save before you start it). and Mission seven can be annoying because you have to try to board and steal a capital ship (but dont worry, after a time your allies do it for you). Other than that, its pretty much bug free!

- Autopilot can be clunky sometimes. Such as when navigating around the massive Terran stations, or when flying the bigger ships.

- Relatively steep learning curve. This is for those who havent played any X games. If you havent, I suggest doing the tutorial (which only teaches you how to fly and communicate. Then reading up on the basics of trading, or of things in general (could learn even helpful basics in combat)
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171 von 265 Personen (65%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
11.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 8. März
Don't buy this unless you have the time to dedicate days to learning even the basics. Massive learning curve and a very tedious start make the game unbearable boring for the first several hours. If you happen to start near a nebula and you want to go anywhere, your screwed because you can't see anything outside of a tiny radious around you. The combat is boring and very finicky, and if bounty hunting your kills have a high chance of being stolen by a random passerby which make everything but a trader orientated start ridiculously hard.

Some of the positives are the freedom it gives you, even if it is a bit much for a beginner. The variety is also a nice touch, many different ships from different civilizations. Being able to just trade, just bounty hunt, or be an imperialist are all right there. Much like a single-player EvE but without the overly aggresive die hards playing it.

Would I recommend this to anyone I know or in general most people? No, but for some it would be something they love. That's what it seems like though, you either love or hate the game. The game design is amazing but immense and complicated, not for most. I started to enjoy the game after the long initial grind but eventually lost interest because it didn't hold my attention like most games in my library. Be wary when purchasing, learn about it and watch gameplay before purchasing.

*Important* It seems theres a bunch of people just rating "Unhelpful" on all negative reviews, and as such do not pay attention to negative reviews helpful ratings. Read a bunch of negative reviews and it will start to make sense why these reviews are negative.
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24 von 26 Personen (92%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
37.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 9. Mai
This is my first and only review I've ever made about anything, but this game truly deserves one. Yes, it is hard to learn to play it, there are so many different things you can do that you will basically use your entire keyboard to organize it all. But if you ever wanted to travel the stars, seek out distant planets, interact with different species, have a fleet of ships at your command, (ships that you yourself can fly) build stations in space, and/or build a galactic empire, hijack ships with trained marines, become a merchant/trader, a pirate, war hero, or simply not be known, watch entire fleets trading fire, use a turret while the ship attacks another, fire a barrage of missles at targets, destroy entire space stations, watch an assortment of people/NPCs live their lives all around you, fly thru asteroid fields, or just blow them up, then this is the game for you.

There is a lot I could say about this game, but in short, it's like nothing I have ever played, and I have been gaming for most of my life. I go on to speak about a few things on X3 Terran Conflict, but to be honest, there is just so much to say about this game, that it would take a heck of a lot of space. But here are a few bits, hope they help.

Nearly every ship in the game you yourself can pilot, from tiny fighters to large warships. You can travel the stars in on a large well defended ship, and then take out a fighter in your bay for a quick spin around the sector. The game itself is beautiful, from the stars to the ships down to the stations. It is all a sight to see.

I've played many space games in my time, but none come close to X3. It does have missions you can take on but at your leisure, it is essentially an open ended game; do what you want, when you want. It will take time to learn everything, but little by little you will pick it all up. You will start slow, no money, a poor ship, and lost in the sea of space, but in no time, you will have the money to improve your ship and its armament, and ofcourse you could always come across a abandoned ship in space.

The sad thing about Terran Conflict is that, dog fights are out of the question. All ships have some or the best weapons in the game so you are stuck flying a larger ship with better defenses. Not that you can't use a fighter class, it's just that you will die often, so make sure to save often. For this reason I would recommend you start with X3 Reunion. While dog fights in Terran Conflict are almost suicide, in Reunion they are a must; while also being fun. I myself played Reunion first and learned the basics thru that game, and that made Terran Conflict much easier to learn. Terran Conflict is just a much faster paced game.

I highly recommend this game to all space lovers, for I never felt closer to space than I have while playing this game. The mechanics are hard to learn but great once you get the hang of it. The visuals are a sight to see, and the ability to almost do anything you want is great. As I told a friend once, you could be flying to a far off place, while out of no where your trade ship is being attacked, while one of your stations is also being attacked, while your sector is being invaded, while your patrol fleet is being ambushed, all in a split second. It is truly something.

These few points and explanations do not do it justice, only playing it will.
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