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  1. #11
    Anybody think that there will be any vehicles from EP2 in RL?
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  2. #12
    Originally posted by The Bald Ewok
    Anybody think that there will be any vehicles from EP2 in RL?
    I think there might be a hidden Ep.2 ship in it like they did for Rogue Squadron for N64.

  3. #13
    I'm willing to bet money that there will be one hidden.
    Last edited by Boba Rhett; 11-04-2001 at 11:11 PM.

  4. #14
    "that Obi-Wan on PS2 shall also be."

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    I couldn't give a chicken's fart about the PS2, aka "the most overhyped videogame system since Sega's Game Gear". I don't own one, I don't plan on owning one, and if I win one, I'll probably sell it for pez. :P


    As for a potential Ep 2 vehicle in Rogue Leader, I'm betting I already know what it'll be:

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    Just like when Lucasarts was working on an Ep 1 game with the Naboo Starfighter in it and put a Naboo Starfighter into Rogue Squadron, this year they're working on an Ep 2 game with the Jedi Starfighter so I'm betting they'll put a Jedi Starfighter into Rogue Squadron 2: Rogue Leader.
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  5. #15
    Well ok, I admit the PS2 was a little too over-hyped, but trust me, it does have some really nice graphics and Starfighter is a pretty cool game, you can do some really sweet piloting. Err, to keep this on Rogue Leader, do you think they'll have extra hidden ships like Rogue Squadron had the Falcon and TIE Interceptor? Oh yea, maybe we'll get an AT-AT bonus level like we did with the AT-ST in RS.
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  6. #16

    Gamepro Magazine's review

    Rogue Leader: Rogue Squadron II
    Visually, Rogue Leader is not like previous video games. Its scale is epic. We like to bandy that word about, but this time we’re using it in all seriousness. In the Battle of Endor level, you replay the ending of the Return of the Jedi—and it isn’t just an approximation—it’s the real deal. When Lando Calrissian realizes it’s a trap and you U-turn into the Imperial Fleet, the Destroyers are not just background; you have the dubious honor of taking them on…not all of them, admittedly, but enough of them to make Rogue Leader one hell of an experience. And while its scale is gigantic, Rogue Leader doesn’t skimp on details. Every ship and Imperial Walker is lovingly ornate, right down to its gears. Rebels have goggles and snow gear. Radar devices are beautifully reflected in pools of water. Sometimes—actually, a good deal of the time—it was necessary to fly around as a tourist just to take it all in.
    Rogue Leader’s grandeur is reinforced by that ol’ Star Wars music. Sound effects are movie-quality, and Leader has many more voice-overs than Battle for Naboo or the first Rogue. Denis Lawson (Wedge Antilles) even recorded new lines especially for the game. There’s even a Mark Hamill sound-alike so that Luke chimes in more than you might expect.

    Rogue Leader: Rogue Squadron II is a must-have game for fans and lovers of aerial combat. For Star Wars fans, it justifies purchase of the GameCube. For the gaming world as a whole, interactive entertainment has made the jump to the next level.



    GRAPHICS: 5.0
    State-of-the-art—i.e., the artists have surpassed themselves. Epic grandeur and telling detail co-exist to create an unforgettable experience. Museum material.

    SOUND: 5.0
    This is not your Daddy’s Nintendo 64. Crystal clear voice-overs, standard but classic music, and the best blasting and crashing effects you’re likely to hear ever.

    CONTROL: 5.0
    The teeny problems you might have keeping track of everything is more a part of the game’s flavor than a mechanical or design flaw. What’s at first overwhelming will most likely become second nature after a few missions, and the GameCube controller is a dream.

    FUN FACTOR: 5.0
    Some people may forgo sleep with this one. Exciting missions, unbelievable visuals and sound, and, like the first Rogue and Naboo, a replay factor through the roof. If we had higher than a 5.0, this one would get it.

  7. #17

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    I'll bet alot of money that an Episode II vehicle is in there, but we are going to have to wait. I also know that if you get all gold medals in the missions you get a special vehicle, but they are not saying what?
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