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)
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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)
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Prison Guard #2 (voice) (as Jan Rabsen)
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Female Civilian #2 / Montross' computer (voice) (as Grey Delisle)
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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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What do the galaxy's most dangerous fugitives see when they have nightmares? See more »


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19 November 2002 (USA)  »

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The time line is set just after the events of Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999). See more »

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Zam Wessell: So you got her, huh?
Jango Fett: You can say that.
Zam Wessell: So, we're going to split the money 50/50, right?
Jango Fett: Don't push your luck, Zam...
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Spun-off from Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002) See more »

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Great for Fett fans and otherwise...
19 July 2006 | by (Houston, TX) – See all my reviews

I personally feel that this game hasn't gotten the respect it deserves, maybe because in this day and age it's the first-person shooters that get the respect. This game has elements that a strategist and a lover of blasting things to death would enjoy. The fact that there is no map makes the game much more realistic than many other games, and has the better effect of making you feel like you are in Fett's shoes. You have almost every weapon that Jango possesses at your command, including his trade mark dual blasters as can be seen in Attack of the Clones, flamethrower, whipcord, missiles, zam wessel's sniper rifle, as well as the "mysterious" toxic darts (though not the kaminoan kind). You also don't have to go very far before you meet enemies that give you a run for your money, which makes the game all the more fun. On top of that, it explains in a clear way the background of how Jango was selected to be the host of the clone army. All that's missing now is a game for Jango's son. My score, 10/10.


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