Expanding Fronts is a massive modification for Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds aimed to breathe life back into the classic LucasArts strategy game by adding various new units, features, and gameplay elements. Each of the 8 civilizations are being reworked and enhanced to make each feel more unique and authentic to the universe, while maintaining the classic Battlegrounds gameplay. In addition, the Scenario Editor is being filled with hundreds of new units, buildings, effects, triggers, and objects to allow campaign and scenario designers more freedom than ever before.

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TheUnabridgedGamer
TheUnabridgedGamer

Hey! I recognize those fighters. I always loved Starfighter, its story stood out amongst the massive wave of Episode 1 inspired games. Never got why the sequel shoved Vanha Sage out to only being present at one mission though.

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marsonra
marsonra

I've never played Starfighter. Is it good?

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TheUnabridgedGamer
TheUnabridgedGamer

That's like asking if Halo is popular.

Yes, yes Starfighter is a good game. It included a valid unlock system, replayable mission types, even a decent boss fight.

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evgenidb
evgenidb

And I never understood why "Jedi Starfighter" wasn't made for PC. Or why the sequel to "Episode 1: Racer", "Racer Revenge" wasn't as well. :(

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Gandbon Online
Gandbon

Well you could just play the old "starfighter" or Rogue squadron they were for the pc. And a good point about why they were not for pc :(

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evgenidb
evgenidb

Already played them. And even if I didn't, I'd still want "Racer Revenge" on a PC.

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Plejadenwolf
Plejadenwolf

I think it is a great advantage that the whole graphic style is much more soft and smooth like in the old Star Wars games. This makes it much more authentic and captures the style of the films better than all those hilariously overdone graphic styles in nowaday Star wars games.

Great work on this.

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The_Darker_Side
The_Darker_Side

Where's Reti? ;)

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Gen_Rhys_Dallows Author
Gen_Rhys_Dallows

We haven't forgotten about Reti. He's not quite finished at the moment, but he'll be there.

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AlanQuartermain
AlanQuartermain

Seems I'm alone, but... OMG SCARABS!

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In this image, some old friends line up a strafing run on an advancing droid force. You might be familiar with them. Havoc and Guardian Mantis Models provided for us by Warb_Null, who also converted DTM's Scarab Droid Starfighter for us. Thanks again.

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