Three's a crowd
Factor 5 struck gold when it released the sublime Star Wars: Rogue Squadron for the Nintendo 64 way back in 1998/1999. Then, in 2001/2002, the development studio topped this already impressive feat with the astounding Star Wars Rogue Squadron II: Rogue Leader. So when it announced that it had a third Rogue Squadron game in the works...
Star Wars Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike Guides
Like a circle in a spiral, like a wheel within a wheel
Not long after the arrival of polygons on the video gaming scene, many developers began placing 'Easter Eggs' in their big 3D games that contained references to their older 2D work and even included entire games on occasion. In an age where companies have wised up and realised gamers will...
About The Game
Factor 5's follow-up to the successful Star Wars launch title recreates battles from the first three movies both in the air and on the ground.
Pilot your favorite vehicles from the movies such as AT-Sts, B-wings, A-wings, and speederbikes, and navigate them through various places in the Star Wars universe. Participate in multiplayer modes including co-op mode, capture-the-base, endurance mode, and dogfighting. Star Wars Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike takes full advantage of the technical capabilities of the Nintendo GameCube supporting HDTV Progressive Scan, and vivid 5-channel Dolby Pro Logic 2 surround sound.