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

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 (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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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)
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Anabar / Bum / Naboo Soldier #4 / Scavenger / Twi'lek Tourist (voice)
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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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Nute Gunray: I... I'm innocent! This invasion wasn't my idea!
Obi-Wan Kenobi: Where is the main hangar?
Nute Gunray: It's beyond the red security door. But you'll never get past the door unless its power source is destroyed.
Obi-Wan Kenobi: I must find away to cut the door's power.
Nute Gunray: No! Don't touch the power generator!
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The force will be with you...
13 July 2001 | by (Sherwood Park, Alberta) – See all my reviews

I cannot believe how incredible this game is. The controls handle very well, the characters aren't jerky, and the missions are intriguing. I am a Star Wars fan, and have been for many years. The games broaden my interest and I become fixated on completing the levels. The directions this game takes each character are neat and tie in interestingly to the movie. I think anyone who enjoys Star Wars should play this game at least once. Another interesting quirk I notice about this game is one of the voices. Nick Jameson, the voice of numerous characters, has recurred in many games and animated movies. I keep an eye on this guy because we share the same name, and he happens to be in a line of work I would be interested in becoming a part of. In the directory of another Star Wars game, his name is spelled the same as mine, but apparently its just an E. Anyway, a great game that any fan should play. Or buy. whatever you choose, the force will guide you.


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