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Star Wars: Rogue Squadron II - Rogue Leader (Video Game 2001) Poster

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During the mission 'Vengeance on Kothlis', Wedge Antilles orders one of the pilots to 'cut the chatter'. In Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977), Wedge received this reprimand himself.
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One of the launch titles for the Nintendo Gamecube.
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Exclusive to Nintendo's GameCube.
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Factor 5 was given an early prototype of a Dolby Prologic II audio decoder from Dolby Labs and they discovered a way to get full positional audio going -"something not even Dolby expected to be possible" - Julian Eggebrecht Star Wars Rogue Leader: Rogue Squadron 2 is thus the first game ever to take full advantage Dolby's new Prologic II decoder enabling the game take advantage of future 5.1 surround sound receivers.
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The only actor to reprise his role from the films is Denis Lawson, who plays Wedge Antilles.
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This game was released before the Star Wars Trilogy films were given a DVD release.
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The player plays as Luke Skywalker in earlier missions, but becomes Wedge Antilles in later missions.
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Though the game is from the Rebel point of view, two bonus missions allow the player to control Darth Vader in his Tie Advanced X1 Prototype.
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Each mission contains a bonus item which can be used to upgrade the players' abilities.
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