Stargate - Empire at War: Pegasus Chronicles is a total conversion for the fantastic game Star Wars - Empire at War: Forces of corruption. This total conversion will replace every single Star Wars asset of the original game with Stargate assets. This includes units, buildings, icons, sounds, videos and so much more. Pegasus Chronicles offers 3 playable races, the Ta'uri (alliance between Earth and the Asgard), Anubis (a mighty systemlord) and the Wraith. Beside these 3 playable races, you will meet many non-playable ones like the Replicators, the Asurans, the systemlord alliance, the Aschen, the Ori and many more. Each faction will have several space and land units, well known from the series or completely new ones. Contrary to our first full version for the normal Empire at War, the next release will offer finished GC maps, in which you can play through the known Stargate storylines and experience a lot of never seen missions and adventures.

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Cervi_Messias Dec 23 2010 says:

There is a major difference

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MassDownloader Dec 23 2010 says:

which one is the old one?

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harper90 Jan 2 2011 replied:

to the right is the old one to the left is the NEW... LoL

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novahawk Dec 23 2010 says:

MassDownloader: the ship on the right is the old style. Just look at the detail on the new one on the left.(detailed F302 bays for one)

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MythbustersWannaBe Dec 23 2010 replied:

main detail for me was the missile tubes, i'm just a nerd like that xD

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pizzas56 Dec 23 2010 says:


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Decider0916 Dec 23 2010 says:

The new one does look more TV-accurate, even down to the tower being on the left side of the ship.

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Hank Ishtar
Hank Ishtar Dec 24 2010 says:

the old one as in old mod(1.1/1/2) or just old version in the new mod Pegasus Chronicles?

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Adrien_Victus Dec 24 2010 says:

that is a nice ship

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Jack_Hunter Creator
Jack_Hunter Dec 24 2010 says:

@RKDG7: The old 304 was also in the internal TPC versions, but now we have a new 304 and we replaced these by the old one.

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Jaywolf3596 Jan 2 2011 says:

The new one looks much better, and I like how you can see the light from the fighter bays.

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drekmoor Jan 13 2011 says:

Wow, and you even remembered to place the control tower on the left side!! :)

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[SGMG]McKay Creator
[SGMG]McKay Jan 19 2011 replied:

Actually, throughout the series the tower sometimes was on the left and sometimes on the right, so there is no "correct" position for the tower ;)

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Decider0916 Jan 19 2011 replied:

Having watched the series, most of the footage placed the tower on the left side. Even in Stargate Universe it was on the left side, and i'm assuming this was true for the film and/or CGI model.

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[SGMG]McKay Creator
[SGMG]McKay Jan 21 2011 replied:

It may be, that it is placed on the left side "most of the time", but there cant be a right position if it is also placed on the right side several times.

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Decider0916 Jan 23 2011 replied:

Maybe, but some of the stock footage from the series could have been flipped. Wouldn't be the first time. Remember in Star Trek, we never saw the left side of the Enterprise because (behind the scenes) the model was built to be shown from only the right side.

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[SGMG]McKay Creator
[SGMG]McKay Jan 26 2011 replied:

You noticed that it was no stock footage? ;)
Of course you are right, it can be flipped, but in this case it wasnt.

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Decider0916 Jan 23 2011 says:

And of course, stock footage could be reversed to make it seem like we saw both sides. It's a lot cheaper than creating new camera angles (especially in TOS where there was-at the time it was produced in 1966-little or no money to work with).

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This is a comparaison screen between the old/new BC-304 Modell.

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