Players now get to choose their favorite army from the Star Wars universe and take control of the galaxy.

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Cast

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Charles Martinet ...
2-1B / AT-AT Driver / OOM-9 (voice)
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Airspeeder Pilot / Battle Droid / Rebel Hovercraft Captain / Sith Knight / Udopal Fast Bike Driver / Zalor Minister (voice)
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AT-AA Driver / Darth Sidious / Emperor Palpatine / Gen. Jor Drakas / Nikto Thug (voice)
Jamie Alcroft ...
AT-PT Driver / Javelin Submarine Captain / Sio Bibble (voice)
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AT-ST Driver / E-STAP Pilot / General Jan Dodonna (voice)
Douglas Rye ...
Attack Tank Driver / X-Wing Pilot (voice)
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Aurra Sing / Empire Hovercraft Captain / Rebel Blaster Cannon (voice)
Carol Bach y Rita ...
A-Wing Pilot / Missile Launcher Driver (voice) (as Carol Bach-Y-Rita)
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Boba Fett / C-3PO / Empire Missile Destroyer Captain / Vilmarh Grahrk / Yoda / Naboo Destroyer Captain (voice)
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Boss Gallo / Combat Speeder Driver / Missile Stormtrooper / Reytha Governor (voice)
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Boss Ganne / GoongaTrooper / Grenade Battle Droid / GunganTrooper / Missile Battle Droid (voice) (as Neil Kapland)
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Amanda Moody ...
Boushh / Gungan Hovercraft Captain / Naboo Hovercraft Captain (voice)
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Captain Marsune / Rebel Missile Trooper / Trade Federation Hovercraft Captain (voice)
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Players now get to choose their favorite army from the Star Wars universe and take control of the galaxy.

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The destiny of a galaxy hangs in the balance, and you're in command.


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T
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11 November 2001 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The games were built on the Genie engine, the same one used in "Age of Empires" and "Age of Empires II." See more »

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Spun-off from Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Very entertaining
8 February 2007 | by (Brazil) – See all my reviews

Game is based on the Age of Empires II engine. Very stable game and easy to manipulate. It's simple strategy and user interface make it easier for young users to play. My 8 year old nephew started about a year ago and now for family get together we all get on a LAN and play. A load graphics load means many players can play with little to no lag. Still, it is visually pleasing with fantastic sound effects and music.

This is truly a timeless game and I've been playing it for almost 5 years. Very few games have that kind of appeal and staying power. For it's simplicity, ease of play and fun factor, it has not equal even today.

The only drawback is that single play is limited. One you figure out the computer's basic strategy, it's easy to defeat. It retains it's playability only in the multiplayer mode. For that it is worth the price you pay for any copy you may still be able to find.


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