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Star Wars: Rouge Squadron

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Reviewed by Dan Star Wars: Rogue Squadron is one of the best games on the Nintendo 64. It will be popular with any fan of Star Wars because of the settings and battles that you can fight. It combines a shooter with a flying game while adding strategy. The levels progress slowly allowing you to learn the game as you advance. Rogue Squadron is not an easy game, but it rewards those who play it a lot. The more you play and the better you get the more levels and better endings there are.

Graphics 10 out of 10

The best thing about Star Wars: Rogue Squadron is the graphics. While adequate under normal settings when you plug in the expansion pack, the graphics go from C standards to A+. It is extremely realistic and adds a whole new dimension to the N64. The only problem with the graphics is the extremely well done pop-ups that can be troublesome to some players. If you are looking for a graphics masterpiece, here it is.

Music and Sound 9 out of 10

Another thing that Rogue Squadron does well in is music and sound. The music changes when your objective changes. The voices can be a little jarbled, but are on the whole very good. The noise of an upcoming TIE fighter or an AT-ST adds once again to the realism. It probably has the best music and sounds on N64.

Game Challenge 8 out of 10

Rogue Squadron is a very challenging game. It takes months to get through for average, or even above average players. It rewards those who play it a lot. If you can manage to get a bronze medal on every level then you get to fly through... well I'll let you find out. Attempting to get Gold or even Silver medals can be extremely trying especially when you are off by a few seconds. The bonus levels and improved endings are well worth the extra playing time.

Game Play-Fun 7 out of 10

Rogue Squadron is fun for good players but for new players it can be extremely difficult. When you are getting blasted out of the air by probe droads and bombers, you know you aren't doing very well. But when you start taking on 15 Tie fighters at once, the game gets a lot more fun. The more time you devote to Star Wars: Rogue Squadron the more fun it becomes.

Replayability 9 out of 10

Star Wars: Rogue Squadron has great replayability. After several months of not playing it you will find yourself tempting to try and get a silver medal on every level. The medals increase the replayability incredibly.

Overall 9 out of 10

A very good game that would never have been if Star Wars had not been so successful. What's my conclusion, buy the game and go out and see the movies. You have to be willing to spend at least a total of 20 hours over a few months for the game to be worth it.

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