Wing Commander: Privateer: Righteous Fire (416)

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System: PC
Company: Electronic Arts
Year: 1993
Genre: Simulation, Action
Theme: Business / Flight / Pirates / Science Fiction / War
Language: English
Licence: Commercial

Wing Commander: Privateer: Righteous Fire (ID: 416)

Disks:
2 x 3.5" HD (1440kB)
Format:
Raw (.IMG)
Status:
Unverified
Language:
English
SHA1 Hashes:

6a331c0a00caa2f754308d75ac7670d1b54c15b9  disk1.img
78190aba7c4194f7e0fdb813bd8585533ae1cec0  disk2.img
Added: 2016-08-15
Edited: 2020-04-20

Wing Commander: Privateer (ID: 412)

Disks:
6 x 3.5" HD (1440kB)
Format:
Raw (.IMG)
Status:
Modified
Language:
English
Notes:
Disk 2 is modified on boot sector and root area.
SHA1 Hashes:

dbc5f1a6ebd58e2d6f56f8901de4e297440a0ff8  disk1.img
19746f14d00bee934c116654755f6356aed9d30f  disk2.img
aff17997592a040e28f477f3f0c6e17463a9658a  disk3.img
f7bef208f5190099ff383bf8ce53ab744c355ade  disk4.img
3483bf265aa20d7bd792d430fd89d0f277bf8435  disk5.img
d059fb018e78855d801814ce25208be8d5f43d6d  disk6.img
Added: 2016-01-13
Edited: 2020-04-20

Wing Commander: Privateer: Speech Pack (ID: 417)

Disks:
3 x 3.5" HD (1440kB)
Format:
Raw (.IMG)
Status:
Unverified
Language:
English
SHA1 Hashes:

434b984325c58e58527b675d797c339d1d344fc2  disk1.img
07e44bb54468dd135210f37389e8eaa0c003d796  disk2.img
61d28cd46ea154be3ec32aab77eeeff5df457405  disk3.img
Added: 2016-08-15
Edited: 2020-04-20

Wing Commander: Privateer (ID: 1543)

Disks:
6 x 3.5" HD (1440kB)
Format:
Raw (.IMG)
Status:
Verified
Language:
English
Contributor:
bjt
Notes:
Disk 2 differs from id 412
SHA1 Hashes:

dbc5f1a6ebd58e2d6f56f8901de4e297440a0ff8  disk1.img
1d526ce6c68c26b0b503d83f931d4d77f522dfe6  disk2.img
aff17997592a040e28f477f3f0c6e17463a9658a  disk3.img
f7bef208f5190099ff383bf8ce53ab744c355ade  disk4.img
3483bf265aa20d7bd792d430fd89d0f277bf8435  disk5.img
d059fb018e78855d801814ce25208be8d5f43d6d  disk6.img
Added: 2016-07-18
Edited: 2020-04-20

Wing Commander: Privateer (ID: 2408)

Disks:
6 x 3.5" HD (1440kB)
Format:
Raw (.IMG)
Status:
Unverified
Language:
English
Contributor:
Moebius
Notes:
OEM ID is modified.
SHA1 Hashes:

750eb8c69d21456a1825c08df6487e2026bed21d  disk1.img
93293f68765226b1ffd5a1ffb8c4beebcac29122  disk2.img
47211a96a6c7234039829cdcbd4a90d87e85c505  disk3.img
f7bef208f5190099ff383bf8ce53ab744c355ade  disk4.img
fbeef4a2fbd9d6fa0f68b27f24c1d38370d73885  disk5.img
52919c8b42c128ef5814706c0dedb8339d1583f0  disk6.img
Added: 2019-12-10
Edited: 2020-04-20

Comments (8) [Post comment]

nobleEightfold (2019-08-15):
Wing Commander: Privateer is one of the best games I have ever played! It's just so much fun to play, and it sucks you right in.
Mr Creosote (2006-11-11):
By the way, I stronly advise everyone to check out the remakes in the related links. Both are built on top of the free Vegastrike engine, so they have lots of things in common. 'Privateer Gemini Gold' aims at being an exact remake (with improved graphics), 'Privateer Remake' (ironically) adds lots of new things to the game, like the ability to fly pretty much every ship and an additional campaign. They're both available for Linux, MacOS and Windows.
Wandrell (2006-11-10):
Yes now that I look for it. The copy I played is of a friend and by now it's nearly forgotten by me, so I mixed up things.
Mr Creosote (2006-11-10):
Wasn't that one released by Microsoft?
Wandrell (2006-11-10):
I mixed names, I looked and the game was Freelancer, aparently originally designed by the same who designed Privateer. I couldn't play much because the bug, but even thought it looked fun you couldn't travel freely, to unlock passages to other places you had to finish some missions.
Mr Creosote (2006-11-09):
Privateer: The Darkening? One of the worst disappointments I ever had. Virtually unplayable, I kept dying early on again and again, because unlike in the first part, the game immediately starts in the 'danger zone'. Also, once I got over this phase with lots of luck (read: restore saved game until a run gets through without meeting any pirates/whatever), I got to a point when I actually got quite good at fighting other ships. Only that suddenly, I found myself in an unending battle in which I killed something like 100 ships, but more kept coming, so I couldn't even run away. Horrible.
Wandrell (2006-11-09):
I have played another, newer, Privateer by EA, which owns Origin but gave the game that name probably to try to sell a bit more. It is fun, until you find it haves a game-stopping bug when you are ambushed, and have to be ambushed to continue playing and advance to the next place, and when a friend bought it (he had the same problem recently with another game by the way) there wasn't a patch for the problem.
Mr Creosote (2006-11-08):
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Right. What can I write about such an immensely popular game which hasn't already been said. Obviously not much. Also, what should I describe it for - everybody already knows it! Then again, maybe not really everybody. So, a brief introduction.

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