Star Wars: Bounty Hunter (2002)

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You are Jango Fett, the most fearless bounty hunter in the galaxy, hired to capture a deranged Dark Jedi. Armed with an array of deadly weapons and skills, you'll face off against galactic ... See full summary »

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Jango Fett (voice)
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Montross (voice)
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Rozatta (voice)
Leeanna Walsman ...
Zam Wesell (voice)
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Bendix Fust / Jervis Gloom / Male Civilian #1 (voice)
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M.C Droid / Male Civilian #2 / Longo Two-Guns (voice)
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Komari Vosa (voice)
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Female Civilian #1 / Gardulla the Hutt (voice)
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Bando Gora Priest / Rodian / Darth Sidious (voice)
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Alien Thug #3 / Bartender / Sebolto (voice)
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Alien Thug #2 / Dug / Meeko Ghintee (voice)
Jan Rabson ...
Prison Guard #2 (voice) (as Jan Rabsen)
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Female Civilian #2 / Montross' computer (voice) (as Grey Delisle)
Gregg Berger ...
Alien Thug #1 / Senator Trell / Wounded Man (voice) (as Greg Berger)
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Alien Thug #4 (voice) (as Dan Hagen)
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You are Jango Fett, the most fearless bounty hunter in the galaxy, hired to capture a deranged Dark Jedi. Armed with an array of deadly weapons and skills, you'll face off against galactic scum from the darkest corners of the Star Wars universe. For the galaxy's most wanted-there is no place to hide. Written by Anonymous

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The video game takes place shortly after "Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace" and a decade before "Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones". See more »

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Roz: I can't believe you're still flying that relic, Jango. Why don't you spend some of your hard earned cash on a new ship?
Jango Fett: Not a chance. She belonged to Jaster Mereel.
Roz: I know, I know. The Mandalorian soldier who took you under his wing.
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Second only to "Star Wars: Jedi Knight--Dark Forces II."
30 November 2002 | by (Tulsa, OK) – See all my reviews

COMPLETELY awesome game. I was reluctant at first to purchase this game because I still don't trust George Lucas for his failure with "Star Wars: Episode I--The Phantom Menace." I was rather concerned with this game also because it seems as though that George Lucas is attempting to mass-produce video games to push his movies. Often times, quality is sacrificed for quantity. On the other hand, the game's main character IS, quite possibly, the coolest character to ever grace the the "Star Wars" screen. As it turns out, this is the greatest piece of "Star Wars" memorabilia to come around in recent history.

"Star Wars: Bounty Hunter" exposes some of the dirtier, darker elements that exist in the perfect, beautiful world of George Lucas' second "Star Wars" trilogy. We get to see the under-world of Coruscant, which we only get to see little bit of during "Star Wars: Episode II--Attack of the Clones."

Not only does this game have a dark feeling to it, it also has enormous levels. This is what reminds me most of "Star wars: Jedi Knight--Dark Forces II." The villains are very unlikeable, plus it gives you somewhat of a background that surrounds Jango Fett, the father of the legendary Boba Fett.

All around, I LOVE this game. It is, by far, one of my favorite games on the PlayStation II, and I would DEFINITELY recommend it to anybody.


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