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Star Wars: Rebel Assault II - the Hidden Empire (1995)

The Rebel Alliance battles Darth Vader's Phantom TIE Fighter project.

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Rookie One
Julie Eccles ...
Ru Murleen
Gary Martinez ...
Adm. Sarn
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Howard Swain ...
Roy Conrad ...
Capt. Merrick
Craig C. Lewis ...
Adm. Crane
Michael Aron ...
Ens. Till
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Cmdr. Jenn
Marc Bauman ...
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Cmdr. Kirby
Nicole Galland ...
Ina Rece
Carl Magruder ...
Darnell Reggs / Stormtrooper
Mark Christiansen ...
Rebel
Holly Laddia ...
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When a Rebel patrol goes missing in the Dreighton Nebula, Rebel pilot Rookie One heads out to investigate and discovers a large Imperial presence in the area. With the help of his fellow Rebels, Rookie One uncovers a plan by Darth Vader to destroy the Alliance by developing an army of "cloaked" Phantom TIE Fighters. Written by Anonymous

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Great game for its time
29 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Rebel Assault II was the first Star Wars game that I ever played. Its mini-game style gameplay keeps it refreshing, and the cut scenes are actually quite thrilling. There are a couple incredibly frustrating moments that make you wonder whether developers made the game possible to finish, but you get through them eventually. I always thought the whole idea of phantom fighters was really cool, though. Hopefully you're playing this for the PSOne, and not the computer, as modern hardware far outdates the game. As far as I know, Lucas Arts has dropped the game from their help section entirely, so you're left to sift through message boards to find help with modifying computer settings just to run the game. (Just get it for PSOne).

All in all, it was fast and fun, and a great game for Star Wars fans. It's no KOTOR, but it gives Obi-Wan a run for its money, ha.


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