You play a Republic clone commando who leads an elite strike team in the Clone Wars.

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Delta 38 (voice)
Andrew Chaikin ...
Clone Advisor / Delta 40 (voice)
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Delta 62 (voice)
Jonathan David Cook ...
Delta 07 (voice)
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Taun We / RAS Ship Computer (voice)
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Trandoshans / Trando Multi-Player Announcer / Clone Trooper Sergeant / Republic Voices / Radio Chatter (voice)
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Automated Ship Voice / Clone Trooper Lieutenant / Clone Troopers / Gunship Pilot (voice)
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Yoda / Captain Talbot / Trandoshan Slaver #2 / Sun Fac (voice)
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Utilizing the heralded Unreal engine, Star Wars: Republic Commando is a first-person shooter from the perspective of an elite member of a Republic Special Ops unit. Set at the start of the Clone Wars, players find themselves able to carry out missions, as a Clone Trooper squad leader, deep behind enemy lines. Written by Anonymous

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The Squad Is Your Weapon.


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During the prison break section your squad will search for scorch's prison cell. When they find the cell number Sev informs you that it's number 2187. This is the same number of Princess Leia's cell in episode 4. See more »

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Taun We: Welcome, little one. This is your first day. Your designation will be RS-138. We expect great things from you. You have been born into dangerous times. A sharp mind will be the key to survival. But as often as not, it will be your inherent physical traits that win the day. And in this regard, you will be superior to your more common brethren. For you are a commando, something truly special. Your weapons, your armor, and most importantly, your brothers. The aipha of our world hunt ...
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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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One of the best FPS games (on Xbox)
27 December 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This game has got to be one of the best FPS games--on PS2 and Xbox. It combines characteristics of Metroid Prime by the way you see through the helmet, Halo by the way of having rechargeable shields, and the Rainbow Six games by the way you control your squad. Also, the controls for your squad are easy, and at times you'll be more than proud to have them with you because they actually help you during a firefight. Another great thing about the game is the amazing graphics, and something that may be small but i still like: there's an automatic 'windshield wiper' thing on your helmet face-shield when rain drops cloud your vision or when you get up close and slice an enemy with your vibroblade (the melee attack)--causing blood to spurt up unto your mask. Lastly, not only are the weapons great, but the environments are, too, and the enemies are as well. Moreover, the personalities (mostly comical) of your squad members make you feel really into it, and may causer a laugh or two.

I DEFINITELY recommend this game, to any FPS-lover. It truly is a more darker and militaristic take from other Star Wars games, making it all the better.


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