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With the rise of the empire, the rebels are driven deep into hiding. The rebels risk all with one last strike. Is it redemption for the freedom of the galaxy or manipulation by the emperor himself which may lead to their destruction.
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In this game, you assume the role of Luke Skywalker and fight past many enemies to to reach and destroy the Death Star.

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With the rise of the empire shaking the galaxy at its core, the rebels are driven deep into hiding. The rebels risk all with one last strike. Is it redemption for the freedom of the galaxy or manipulation by the emperor himself which may lead to their destruction.

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Final closure to the series
14 October 2019 | by matthewjoseph-54651See all my reviews

Often considered the weakest of the original trilogy eturn of the Jedi concludes the series with not so much as an explosion but with a thud. Its not a bad movie but it doesn't scale the heights that the previous two films scaled. The dark, eerie atmosphere that oozed from every frame of The Empire Strikes Back is gone. Instead, for Return of the Jedi, we have good triumphing decisively over evil, a too-pat resolution to a love triangle, and walking teddy bears. Even Darth Vader doesn't seem very daunting this time around. With the arrival of the Emperor (a gaunt-looking Ian McDiarmid), Vader has turned into a second fiddle. It's decidedly unsatisfactory to watch him engage Luke in a civilized conversation. From a technical point-of-view, the space battles are amazing, easily dwarfing anything depicted in the previous films. Not only are there many, many more ships, but their speed and range of movement have been dramatically improved.


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