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Star Wars Rogue Squadron II: Rogue Leader
16 June 2003
Excerpt: Okay, so George Lucas isn’t the almighty sfi-fi/fantasy deity that everyone thought him to be. His cruel and heinous decision to unleash the abhorrent Jar Jar Binks on millions of his most faithful followers has proven that much. Still, his recent lapse (or as some would argue – collapse) in judgment does nothing to tarnish the genuine excellence of his earlier work, namely the original Star Wars trilogy.
Excerpt: Critics of the GameCube have cited that the launch titles Nintendo offered were all based on cartoons and oriented towards children. Rogue Leader was one of the few titles that bucked the trend. Rogue Leader is the sequel to a title developed by Factor 5 that debuted on the N64. It follows in the same vein as its predecessor in covering the events of the middle Star Wars trilogy; the one that no one has any complaints about.
Excerpt: These are no rebels without a cause. Join the fight against the Imperial forces in one of the Nintendo GameCube's first and finest exclusive titles: Star Wars Rogue Leader, developed by Factor 5 and published by LucasArts.
Conclusion: When it comes down to it, Star Wars Rogue Squadron II: Rogue Leader is one of the best Star Wars games to date. The franchise takes fans and gamers alike into the cockpit with the legendary Rebel Alliance’s Rogue Squadron, and Factor 5 in partnership with LucasArts did a magnificent job of producing a title that brings that legend to life. You literally have an incredible experience of what a Rogue Leader was in the Alliance.