Star Wars - Rogue Squadron (N64): Average game, not to my taste.
6 January 2010
Summary: Ok well lets start with the good: The game contains a good amount of levels, and also contains various ships in order to carry out those missions in. The game is also entirely in 3D, although the game doesnt look too good due to the N64's naturally low resolution. Now onto the bad: The game doesnt feature any multiplayer whatsoever, though this isnt really an expected feature in such a game.
Pros: good amount of missions and ships
Cons: No multiplayer, difficult controls, repetitive
Summary: The best flight game on the N64! Rogue Squadron has a brilliant mix of game play and spaceships. The levels are varied and al different. There is an awesome array of ships for you to take control of. There are all the ships from the movies such as the X-Wing and the Snowspeeder and A-Wing. Also available is the Y-Wing and V-Wing. The V-Wing is a new ship and has some great features. It is fast, maneuverable and packs some cool weapons.
Star Wars - Rogue Squadron (N64): The Rebel Alliance Needs YOU!!!
12 August 2001
Summary: Lets cast our minds back here… Remember the days when the N64 was named Project Reality? When the graphical capabilities of the Playstation were god-like compared to all that stood before it? When the Re-mastered Star Wars were still top of the film charts? You should do it was only a few years ago! Anywho In this time of woe Nintendo with there soon to be names Ultra64 had plans of greatness!
Excerpt: "...before it? When the Re-mastered Star Wars were still top of the film charts? You should do it was only a few years ago! Anywho In this time of woe Nintendo with there soon to be names Ultra64 had plans of greatness! They released details of a Star Wars game, a game that would cash in on the unbelievable success of the film saga. The game was Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire. The game consisted of elements of flying missions, but mostly ...
Excerpt: "...The game is set within Star Wars: A New Hope (The first film) and the Empire Strikes Back. You control Luke Skywalker but it's not like any of the Snes Platform games or even Shadows of the empire. This all is Space Combat, well not space combat it's combat set on planets from the movies and even a few more based around the comics and books. The controls are virtually the best you could possibly do on the N64 and the graphics are good too. The expansion ...
Pros: Good controls, well designed levels, fly star wars crafts
Not just for star Wars fans. An excellent shooter.
30 July 2001
Excerpt: "...for the N64 from the Star Wars franchise, and in my opinion is the best of them. It is a well-thought out flying shoot-em-up, which is initially a bit hard to pick up, but once you get into it, it can be an enormously rewarding game to play. The story of the game revolves around "Rogue Squadron", an elite force of fighter pilots formed by Luke Skywalker, and seen initially in the movie "Empire Srikes Back". The really good thing about the game's ...
Pros: An excellent, well - thought out game with a high addictiveness factor
Cons: Can be slightly frustrating early on, no multi - player
Summary: Everyone knows the story of Star Wars, well everyone who hasn't been under a rock for the past 30 years. This game sort of follows the story but from a differernt perspective. You play as Luke Skywalker the leader of Rogue Squadran, made up of the best fighter pilots the rebellion has to offer. Fly on varies missions in the hope to destroy the empire a bit at a time. Blast through amazing 3D worlds on pulse pounding search and destroy, reconnaissance and rescue mission.
Star Wars - Rogue Squadron (N64): I sense much play in this
3 April 2001
Summary: Finally, a good star wars game on the N64. First we had the terrible Shadows of the empire but now we have a true, Star Wars feeling game. The game is set in between "The Empire Strikes Back" and "Return of the Jedi." So all of your loved characters are here. From Luke Skywalker to Chewbacca. Instead of missions being of different types such as flying missions, 3rd person shooters and riding speeder bikes, Rogue Squadron sticks to the basic shoot em up idea.
Pros: Good flight simulator. Expansion pak enhanced. Talking friends. Loads of ships to pilot.
Cons: Some fogging. Linear missions. No multiplayer.
Summary: But it has just changed. No more dodgy games prduced on this hard to get license, as LucasArts has finally realised what we want! This is by far the best flying game I have ever played, and by even further the best Star Wars game ever! You lead a small band of rebels, playing as Luke Skywalker. All the missions take place above the planet surface, not in space, but this is still very good.