Summary: I was given great instruction for this game and how to make it work for xp(being that the game sold turned out to be windows 95 compatible. and for the most part it worked great. shipping was very fast. i was pleased with this sale.
Summary: This is one of the best space simulation games I have ever played. I had borrowed this game from a friend, beat it, then bought it when I got my next paycheck. This game has incredible replay value, which is a must when I buy video games. If you fail a mission, it's not like other games where you have to redo the mission to go further in the game, instead the story goes right along and you do a mission you wouldn't have done if you didn't screw your last mission.
Summary: Wing Commander Prophecy is the last in the line of this epic gaming series. Much like other epics such as Beowulf, and Star Trek, Prophecy does well in ending the Wing Commander saga plot wise, so that Chris Roberts (The games creator) can go on to make a movie on the first three games of the franchise.
Summary: Wing Commander Prophecy is a classic. Even in 2002, it still looks pretty good concidering the screen resolution limitations. I actually first played Wingman on my PS2, and back then thought it was a better flight sim than most flight sims offered for PS2. Its just fun, and a "must have" for any simulation nutt. Its like re-visiting my roots. I spend most of my time with other games, but getting a perfect mint condition boxed copy of Prophecy, still sealed ....
Summary: orgin really screwed up with this one. maybe they were trying to kill the series but this was the worest wc game ever. all the numerous incarnations, wing commander 1,2,3,4 and academy were awsome. the story was so immersive that after you played you really felt it was worth your time. i play wing commander 4 still at the beginning of every summer and everytime its like watching an epic. too bad the movie didnt adopt the story of the game! would have been so much better.
Acceptable Plot; Awesome Gameplay, Graphics and Sound
J. N. K "Esco", Amazon
2 February 2001
Summary: Just to let all you Wing Commander fans that even though I have never played Wing Commander's 1-4, a great plot is something I always look for in a game (I play a lot of RPG's). So yes, I would have to state for you all that the story was certainly not one of the greatest I have ever come across, but there certainly was a plot to this game. Well, a story anyway. However, I got this game because I wanted a good space sim, and CGW rated this one the highest.
Summary: Wing Commander: Prophecy is a pretty damned impressive game; the ships are cool, the gameplay is great and the visuals are stunning. However, it seems to be missing something, especially compared with probably the best game of the series - Wing Commander IV, The Price of Freedom. The cutscenes are uninspired, despite the return of favourites Mark Hamill and Tom Wilson as Blair and Maniac; the other actors seem to be either grappling with the at-times cliched script or...
Summary: Having grown up with many of the original (and quite excellent) Wing Commander games, I was a bit dissapointed by this one. I found the gameplay was good but the story seemed to fall apart. The expansion was pretty sad, they didn't even take time to put any film cutscenes in. It was fun but I doubt I will be going back and playing this one again soon like the other WC.
Summary: this a great game very good, great graghics though a somewhat weak story line it could bo stonger. when you fly you get a strong feeling of speed movement. the ships are cool very cool, it is just so fun to fly around with the devestater and blast ships with the plasma cannon one hit their gone everyone should try it.