Reviews and Problems with Star Wars: Rogue Leader - Rogue Squadron II
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Star Wars : Rogue Leader- Rogue Squadron II [Gamecube]
Captain scarlet, amazon.co.uk
26 July 2013
Summary: I remember playing this game years ago , Ok the graphics are a little outdated now but the game is still good fun and a used Gamecube is only £20 win medals on this game, bronze, silver , gold , if you only manage a bronze you can always come back to that level and try for a better medal , .
Summary: Gamecube's best launch game and one of the best Star Wars games to boot. The controls are smooth and satifying. It looks a treat with a great feel for the movies: going up against a Star Destroyer or swooping down the Death Star trench feels properly epic. There's plenty of missions to play through with more to unlock. All the Rebel Alliance craft are present and correct with some cool unlockables in the TIE Interceptor and Boba Fett's Slave I.
If Star Wars & epic space battles are your thing get Rogue Leader
19 June 2010
Excerpt: "...the end of the original Star Wars film, your objective: take out the Death Star. This sees you taking out shield generators, dog fighting with TIE fighters, and flying at breakneck speeds down the infamous trench. And it’s these incredible set pieces that make you love the game. Even scenes you won’t recognise from the movies look stunning and are drenched in Star Wars atmosphere. And while most objectives are simply destroy or protect, there are ...
Pros: Re - live the cream of Star Wars space battles, A real challenge to earn all the medals
Excerpt: "...truly being massacred in the Star Wars universe. It even, as the game box proudly boasts, has the original voice for Wedge Antilles, just a hint at how movie like this game sounds. However, the actual music is sometimes original, and doesn't live up to the music from the John Williams piece of the rest of the game. The game itself is a definitely step up from the original - although the missions themselves don't follow the films ...
Excerpt: "...you flying around in a star wars air craft, and shooting stuff up. In every mission you take two people with you who you can send to do something for you. You use your control stick to order them to follow you, attack planes or keep guns off your back. Although they can’t do your job for you if used well they can help you complete the mission. You don’t have all the crafts at the beginning, and some missions will require a specific craft but in ...
Excerpt: "...special crafts- Slave 1, Naboo Star Fighter, Bespin Cloud Car, Imperial Shuttle, and the Millennium Falcon. In training you get to use the T-16 Sky Hopper. In alternate reality levels you can also have Tie Fighter, or Vaders Tie Advanced. There is even a cheat to let you get a car! Since I have already wrote about most of these in my previous opinion on Rogue Squadron PC, I will only write about those that are new, as I fear I would be repeating ...
Pros: Far superior graphically to no1, much better flight control to P . C
Cons: Still no multiplayer, CPU players still don't do anything
Summary: The hype is lived up to as 'Star Wars Rogue Leader- Rogue Squadron II' get as close as possible as being an exact transformation from a popular film to an amazing video game on Nintendo's latest, the Gamecube. There are simply not enough complimentary words in the English dictionary to sum up the graphics which this game boasts. The crisp visuals show so much attention to detail and that combined with the limited slowdown is a big plus to any game of today.
Excerpt: "The gamecube gets its first Star wars title. Having played Roque Squadron of the N64, I was more than interested in trying out the latest version. For thos of you new to the game, the basic jist is to follow the battle orders in a variety of Ships with the aim of destroying the Imperial scum or protecting your very Friendly rebels. The first noticeable differnce from the N64 is the graphics and sound, much more of a cinematic experience and ...
Pros: Sleeker, faster, noisier
Cons: samey'ish (but how many ways can you think of to destroy the empire)
Summary: If you like Star Wars you will love this game. The graphics are great, and the sound and effects superb. The only reason I have given it four stars is because there seems to be a lack of depth in the game; even with the great picture value, the game is basically the N64 version on steroids (or turned to the good side of the force) and because of that there's nothing "new" about it.
Excerpt: "A good film for both grown up and children together. Worth sitting down or going out to see as a family group, which can spark off round the dinner table chats. I can see plenty of christmas toys coming from this film so get the presents soon this year folks. A lot of good background and foreground sequences with really good sound and light effects, makes you look and think how they got everything to work to good timing, it must have taken superb ...
Pros: A must for possitive imaginations, for all ages