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Mercenary Kyle Katarn is recruited by the Rebel Alliance to recover the plans to the Death Star.

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Cast

Cast overview:
Nick Jameson ... Kyle Katarn / Imperial (voice)
Julie Eccles Julie Eccles ... Jan Ors (voice)
Jack Angel Jack Angel ... Rom Mohc (voice)
Peggy Roberts-Hope Peggy Roberts-Hope ... Mon Mothma (voice)
Denny Delk Denny Delk ... Stormtrooper / Dying Rebel (adm. Toka) / Narrator (voice)
Scott Lawrence ... Darth Vader (voice)
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Mercenary Kyle Katarn is recruited by the Rebel Alliance to recover the plans to the Death Star.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 February 1995 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

According to pre-release developer interviews, the game's protagonist Kyle Katarn was named after the Katarn Commandos, a team of renowned soldiers featured in several Star Wars-based books and comics and although his bio says he was a member of that team prior to the game's events, he has nothing to do with its name. The original idea was that the team was named after a widespread creature of the Star Wars world, named "Katarn", which is also featured on the team's insignia. See more »

Goofs

Jabba's dialogue when he speaks to Kyle before he is thrown in the kell dragon pit are samples from Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi and originally meant something different in Huttese than what the subtitles in the game imply. See more »

Quotes

Mon Mothma: This Imperial officer, Crix Madine, wishes to defect to the Alliance. He has supplied us with information on the development of a new weapon... A new type of stormtrooper: the Dark Trooper.
Kyle Katarn: [Kyle cocks an eyebrow, considering for a moment] A new type of stormtrooper that can take out a Rebel base that quickly? I should have kept working for the Empire.
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Good, but...
3 July 1999 | by FoethSee all my reviews

This Shoot 'm up has good level design and interesting locations, perhaps giving one of the best atmospheres of the early shooters, though the fact you cannot save ingame will frustrate the player quickly and will make him stop playing. Still, a good game, which introduced jumping to the First person Shooter.


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