Luke Skywalker leads the Rebel Alliance's elite starfighter unit, Rogue Squadron, into battle against the Empire.



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Cast overview:
Luke Skywalker (voice)
Robert M. Foster ...
Wedge Antilles / Other Rogue Members (voice) (as Robert Foster)
Kasan Moor / Other Rogue Members (voice)
Dack Ralter / Other Rogue Members (voice)
Crix Madine / Wes Janson / Other Rogue Members (voice) (as Terry McGovern)
Paul Amendt ...
Rogue Ten / Other Rogue Members (voice)


Luke Skywalker leads the Rebel Alliance's elite starfighter unit, Rogue Squadron, into battle against the Empire.

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Missions in the game take place between Episode IV and V. See more »


Kasan's voice can be heard over the radio in some of the earlier missions before she has joined the team See more »


Luke Skywalker: [In Wedge's Bio] Wedge Antilles, born on Corellia, had a hard life growing up. His parents were freighter pilots killed trying to save a space station when Wedge was young.
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Spun-off from Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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A game that I have warm memories with!
2 November 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Star Wars Rogue Squadron for the PC and N64 was a very great game when it first came out in 1998, because the game offered something that most people have never seen in a video game-creating graphics, sound, and controls that were out of this world during the N64 Era. While the game is no longer really an extremely amazing experience, because if you compare mostly the graphics to the video games today, it really doesn't look so good. But back when it was new, critics said it looked fantastic, because people back then didn't have the graphics we have today on the Gamecube and Wii. And the reason I wrote this review was because I really love the game a lot, and have some warm memories with it, because it is still fun to play on all of the exciting missions in the game. If you like Star Wars or any kind of fighter-pilot games, this game is definitely worth checking out (and you are probably going to have go online to buy the game, since most stores don't sell it anymore).

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