Starsiege: Tribes full install

Starsiege: Tribes full install


Average User Rating:
4.2
out of 45 votes
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Not available
File Size:
135.69MB
Date Added:
June 08, 2004
Price:
Free
Operating Systems:
Windows 98/Me/2000/XP
Total Downloads:
269,659
Downloads Last Week:
34
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Additional Requirements:
Windows 98/Me/2000/XP

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  • All Versions:

    4.2

    out of 45 votes

    • 5 star: 33
    • 4 star: 2
    • 3 star: 3
    • 2 star: 2
    • 1 star: 5
  • Current Version:

    4.2

    out of 45 votes

    • 5 star: 33
    • 4 star: 2
    • 3 star: 3
    • 2 star: 2
    • 1 star: 5
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  • 5 stars

    "nice game.. but i would reccommend Tribes: Ascend"

    April 10, 2012   |   By xshockwavex2

    Version: Not Found

    Pros

    i havent played it . lol

    Cons

    horrid graphics from the look.. but its from over 10 years ago.. lol

    Summary

    i wouldnt reccomend this if you want a better game of the same type just download Tribes: Ascend its in Open Beta, Ascend is somewhat the same it just new in developement. But otherwise.. its a high graphic great game

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  • 5 stars

    "Does this work Windows 7?"

    March 01, 2011   |   By rocknrobert07

    Version: Not Found

    Pros

    Does this work on Windows 7? Its not working on my computer.

    Cons

    Great game. No cons.

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  • 5 stars

    "THE FATHER OF ALL ONLINE GAMES AND STILL GREAT FUN"

    April 25, 2010   |   By R_claessens

    Version: Not Found

    Pros

    Its simple fast and fun you can play in teams and requires stratagic thinking to do well

    Cons

    ....old graphics but they are more like robots

    Summary

    I have been playing tribes1 since shortly after it was released never realy got into the clan groups though. Allmost all the online games out there today [fps] are based on the starseige tribes engine people have been doing "mods" for years with a passion there are some amazing sites out there .
    GO RETRO AND GIVE THIS TO A TEENAGER WHO TEXTS TOO MUCH WE NEED PLAYERS !!!!! A THINKING GAME
    No gross graphics or blood
    so I am ok with younger kids playing my 10 year old calls it "robot shoot" and has no nightmeres

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  • 5 stars

    "The game that started my addiction !!!"

    September 11, 2009   |   By zip4rose

    Version: Not Found

    Pros

    My neighbor got me into this game and I was hooked. Love the fact that you can play a sniper, juggernaut warrior or the guy that builds stuff!!

    Cons

    Wish it was more popular

    Summary

    Download it and hopefully there's still a few servers playing it

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  • 5 stars

    "Dont Forget The Updates!"

    September 02, 2009   |   By SKZigZag

    Version: Not Found

    Pros

    Great FPS game I have played for 11 years now. Great to see it is for free as I was looking to show a friend. This game helped pave the way for modern FPS gaming. No one has been able to remake a FPS game that truley is this much fun.

    Cons

    You need to update the master server list to be able to view any servers online, Version 1.11 is a must have so google for good tribes links. tribesmasterserver.com for good help with master server issue.

    Summary

    This is a very addicting game beware! Capturing flags is a skill you must work hard for to be good as there are many tricks to the trade. Same with firing your disc launcher. Lots of great mods including Renegades and Annihilation along with Paintball as long as someone still hosts them... Great game for any size computer now days. This thing ran on windows 98 great... Vista and 64 bit users will need some patch tweeks you can google for to make it work properly. www.annihilations.info and www.tribes0.com are good resources. Also checkout www.planettribes.com... i hope these links stay good for years to come. If like you can always host a server with it right out of the box then wait for others to join that may only have the same version as this download. I know what your thinking... Shazbot! and Good luck!

    Here are some of the latest master servers you can add yourself in network settings:
    TribesMasterServer t1m1.masters.tribesmasterserver.com:28000
    bugs_ t1m1.pu.net:28000
    Plasmatic t1m1.tribes0.com:28000
    Kigen kigen.ath.cx:28000
    | SKB | skbmaster.ath.cx:28000

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  • 2 stars

    "as"

    June 14, 2008   |   By asdepica

    Version: Not Found

    Pros

    assss

    Cons

    asaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

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  • 5 stars

    "nice and it is good "

    March 22, 2008   |   By jefferybv

    Version: Not Found

    Pros

    it sweet

    Cons

    nothing i like everything

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  • 4 stars

    "Nice but incomplete"

    October 15, 2007   |   By aorue1

    Version: Not Found

    Pros

    Its cool addicting and fast. There are many players around to duel and fight with.

    Cons

    It is missing some volumes like Canyon Crusade and the Spartacus Gauntlet.

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  • 5 stars

    "Extremely Fantastic"

    July 14, 2007   |   By weshocku

    Version: Not Found

    Pros

    Addicting, supports better graphics if your computer has an even halfway decent video card, contains Single and Multiplayer with an easy to do tutorial that gets you on the field quick.

    Cons

    Nothing. To the idiots who complained, let me counteract your thoughts. To the person who said crappy graphics: First of all the game was made in the 90's, were you expecting 128mb GFX required with high definition volumes? Total moron. Also, if you went to options and changed your driver to the one that is connected to your video card, your graphics WOULD enhance. To the person who said 135mb is too big, obviously you have never played a game, because on average, games take up over 500mb these days. For the time it came out, it was a decent load, but it just became free when Vengeance was released, so you should have a computer that has sufficient room, not to mention it's not the game's fault you have dial-up. To the person who said there are lots of hackers: you're just an idiot, because there aren't. I play at least once or twice a week and the only "hacks" I have ever seen are people who have a scipt that lets you hold down spacebar to jump repeatedly as opposed to pounding spacebar over and over. Finally, whoever said it won't update on their computer: once again, it's not the games problem, it's something with your computer. It updated fine on both my XP Pro and my XP Home. DOWNLOAD THIS GAME, IF YOU READ THE NEGATIVES, READ MY COUNTERACTIONS. DON'T BE FOOLED BY PEOPLE WHO DON'T KNOW HOW TO REVIEW CORRECTLY.

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  • 5 stars

    "One of the best squad-based games ever made: fact."

    June 19, 2007   |   By Iendicis

    Version: Not Found

    Pros

    First and foremost, get this program from Gamer's Hell. You can grab the game, it's patch, and the manual, all for twenty megabytes less than here in a nice, easy zip file.

    Now, Tribes. It's an inductee into Gamespot's "Greatest Games of all Time" feature, and for good measure. At it's release, it included so many things that were ahead of its time. Huge maps that go in and out of terrain, sprawling bases that go for miles underground, support for 32 players (that number has gone up, of course), vehicles, weapons, classes, you name it, Tribes did it. In fact, with all that innovation it still holds up today.

    The game is primarily online, team based, where each side does something while killing and halting the other side's plans. Yeah, games have done it in many forms, and Tribes doesn't deliver difference in this category. What it succeeds in doing is making the game a full 3D shooter. You get this feel from the default jetpack, which (when not moving forward) will bring you as high as a five story building in game terms. This makes the game pretty hard to master, and even new players will be disorientated at first. Perhaps even a little motion sick.

    Once you learn how to shoot into the sky and your enemies and deal with the, then the combat is like no other. With your team and their team flying around you, scouts zipping back and forth in the highest altitude, moles sneaking into the trenches...you're in a point of gaming bliss, and here it is, laid out for you for free. Yes, there is a free lunch, and you're reading a review on it.

    Once you go deeper and see what the veterans do when you're off getting your head blown off, the game gives yet another layer, this time to strategy, to master. Not only to you have placeable turrets and radar to warn and defend against enemies, but you have command stations that let a leader set "waypoints." It gets even deeper later.

    This isn't even the tip of the iceberg, but this review is limited on words, so bye for now...

    Cons

    A few downloads extra will get your new Tribes install up to snuff, such as Hudbot, a program that makes your screen layout a little nicer. You'll also want Spoonbot, a handy computer to play against when the internet blows up. And finally, all of your glorious maps. In fact, might I say the maps are a pro on this game, because there are just so many maps. I have well into a hundred on this computer.

    If you did decide to disregard my advice on the alternate download. find and search for "Tribes patch 1.8 to 1.11" to get your game into gear, because this one isn't all the way where it's supposed to be (in its current form, it doesn't even support OpenGL).

    The game's visuals, even with Hudbot's little improvements on textures, still isn't great, but it's passable once you start adding a few of the texture packs for it that fans have a assembled. What you will be looking at, though, is a last decade game, abet a nice looking one.

    While there is no music, the sound space has been kept fairly clean for your own playlist (there's even a CD player hidden in there, type "userCD();" into the console), so that's neither bad nor good. It's just part of the game. There's no chat, though, so you're going to have to do with external programs, such as TeamSpeak.

    So in conclusion (I wish I had more space, I'd keep ranting) Tribes is still today one of the best team based games I have ever experienced. I am still amazed at how much the developers and fans poured into this game, and it will never end. With all the mods, maps, and things to master, I haven't seen it all, and I never will. But I want to.

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