Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999)

Video Game  -  Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi  -  1999 (UK)
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The Jedi attempt to protect Naboo from the greedy Trade Federation and, as they soon learn, the Sith.

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James Warwick ...
Qui-Gon Jinn (voice)
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Jar Jar Binks (voice)
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Watto (voice)
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Queen Amidala / Padmé Naberrie / Gungan Child (voice) (as Grey Delisle)
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Captain Panaka / Neimoidian Controller (voice)
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C-3PO / Barbo / Jym Lang / Prisoner / Thug Leader (voice)
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Beed (voice)
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Senator Palpatine / BC-55 / Gungan Male / Injured Soldier #2 / Rodian Thug / Tense Soldier (voice)
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Shmi Skywalker / Concerned Mother / TC-14 (voice)
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2-3G / Captain Rutger / Gungan Citizen #1 / Race Fanatic #1 / Vek Drow (voice)
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Alien Pedestrian / Coruscant Thug #3 / EV-7G& / Gungan Citizen #2 (voice)
Peter Lurie ...
Anabar / Bum / Naboo Soldier #4 / Scavenger / Twi'lek Tourist (voice)
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Angry Fan / Coruscant Male #3 / Alien Guard / Gungan Jailer / Soldier #7 (voice) (as James Ward)
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The Jedi attempt to protect Naboo from the greedy Trade Federation and, as they soon learn, the Sith.

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Qui-Gon Jinn: [about Jabba the Hutt] Jabba is even more grotesque than I imagined.
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Featured in Modern Marvels: Video Games: Behind the Fun (2000) See more »

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help me!
8 July 2000 | by See all my reviews

i haven't finished playing this great game yet, but i can see already that it's one of the best ever. I love the way it follows the original story so well, and then adds all kinds of other interesting things about it. The voice characterization is great and i love it when you can choose to give different answers. Some parts of the game were truly hard to get through, the second level especially drived me crazy. I personally found the third level to be quite easy. In the fourth level you have to fight a whole lot of battle droids by yourself, which was kind of hard, but it's easy once you understand the right method (tip: for those who can't get past this part, just try and avoid those droids. Just run as fast as you can, you'll lose a lot less strength than if you try and fight them). I'm currently busy on the fifth level. I am at the point where the queen is waiting for me to find a way to open that big gate. I thought the solution to that part was to bring that little droid to where it says "ÿou need a red key pass to use this console", but it wasn't. I'm really stuck there. If someone is willing to help me, mail me at unicorno@planet.nl.


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