(N64 / Nintendo 64)

Star Wars: Rogue Squadron (N64 / Nintendo 64)

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Fly against the evil Empire!

As Luke Skywalker, co-founder of the Rebel Alliance's elite Rogue Squadron, you must combat the evil Galactic Empire.

Engage in intense, fast-paced planetary air-to-ground and air-to-air missions — dogfights, search and destroy, reconnaissance, bombing runs, rescue missions, and more!

Game Review

Review

Europe PAL Version

Posted by Andrew Donaldson

"I've lost Artoo!"

A long time ago (around 13 years to be precise) in a galaxy not so far away, and when Nintendo 64 hardware was still fresh off the factory production line, LucasArts released Shadows of the Empire. Unfortunately for Star Wars fans everywhere, it was a...

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User Comments (2)

CanisWolfred

#1

CanisWolfred said:

I played this in a hotel once. I guess it was okay, but it really hasn't aged well. I might try to pick up as cheap copy someday, just so I can finish it, but it certain;y ain't a top priority. I wonder if the sequels are worth looking into?

Rawk_Hawk

#2

Rawk_Hawk said:

Are the GCN sequels worth looking into? Yes Yes and Yes!

They are in a word awesome!

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