After PC Gamer included the Kilrathi Saga version of Wing Commander 1 on the US edition's cover disk, Pedro contacted their CD editor about the possibility of a similar cover disk for the UK edition.
While the UK edition is easiest to find in Europe, some stores do carry the US edition. So if you live in the Old World, you'll have to either track down a US edition, or acquire its cover disk in some other way.
No, unfortunately ELSPA (European Leisure Software Publishers Association) currently prohibits us from distributing full games on magazine cover discs.
That was probably our weirdest headline yet. A guy called "Bobi Roka" reviewed Starlancer for Dead Alfs 2000, and mistook Erin Roberts for Chris' wife. Apparently someone noticed the error, or a reader told them (I'm betting on the latter), because it's been corrected. So here's the corrected snippet from the article:
After wincing at the evil Microsoft logo for a few short seconds as the game starts up, we are soon reminded that this is the first game from Digital Anvil. Set up by Wing Commander creator, Chris Roberts and brother Erin, the company has had many promising titles up its sleeves for quite some time. So this is the first, and it's jolly nice to know that the game's 3D engine was partly designed by Warthog, a British team.
The game got a final rating of 8/10, and Warthog doesn't get the credit they deserve. So other than the now corrected wife mention, this is a typical Starlancer review.