Reviews and Problems with Star Wars Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike
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Value for money 10
Sound quality 10
It is pure Star Wars gold on GameCube.
11 December 2014
Excerpt: Having played the first rogue squadron game on the GameCube and the one on the Nintendo 64 I of course had to get this, I had seen the trailers and knew they were going in a different direction with this one but I saw it cheap and bought it, now you can buy this online pretty cheap and it is not a rare title to find which is great.
Summary: Did anyone have great expectations from Factor 5 and Lucas Arts when they announced that Rebel Strike was in the making? I certainly did. Now it seems that they dropped the ball, and have considerably lowered the standards of the game. Excellent craft and backgrounds, definitely. It puts all other console graphics in the shade. But the game itself has been a bit of a let-down.
Summary: Star Wars Rougue Squadron 3 Rebel Strike could have been the greatest StarWars game ever, but unfortionatly to the dull, repetetive "on foot" sections this is not to be. It is very sad to seen that Rebel Strike has some of the greatest flying sections the world of gaming has ever experienced, but you can not escape the fact that the "on foot" sections, which are thankfully not included in the games awsome multiplayer, have almost killed it.
Summary: I cant help but feel a little de-ja-cous when playing this game. the story is great and the aditions of little parts of the movie is great. But somewhere along the line this seems to turn into a remake of the original Rogue Squadron games. Everything seems to overlap in both the story lines and the levels. the adition of 3rd person view walking about mode is great making a platform adition to Rogue Squadron.
Summary: this is a very good game. its not as challenging (in my view) as rogue leader and i think its longer overall in terms of levels. the single player is very enjoyable, at least when youre in a ship. the on foot sections are very weak, predictable and basically a waste of time. even if the single player isnt as good as it could have been, the multiplayer extras are definatley worth it. the whole of rogue leader in co-op(apart from the darth vader missions)!
Summary: It stays true to the previous games of the series in the flight sections. The sections in the speeder bike is fun but pointless and the other ground sections are rubbish the reason it got 4 stars is because the flight sections are just so good and to add to that the multiplayer is awesome all in all a good game.
Summary: Along time ago...about a year and a half, to be more exact, I purchased my Gamecube (black) a day after it's release (I would have got it on it's release but they had sold out) and with it I got the only decent game worth buying - Star Wars Rogue Leader, the sequel the the original Rogue Squadron on the N64. I got home and set-up my Cube. When i switched on and the logo came up i waited quietly when..
Summary: Rebel Strike is the follow up to Rougue Leader and boasts 2 brand new feature that Rouge Leader lacked, these are a multiplayer mode and the ability to play thorugh missions on the ground in a third person perspective. However it is the second new feature that is Rebel Strikes downfall, it is just too simple.