Star Wars Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike Image

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  • Summary: X-wings, B-wings, speeder bikes, AT-STs, tauntauns--you'll have to master them all to save Luke, Wedge, Han, Chewie, and Leia from Darth Vader and his Imperial forces. All new multiplayer modes include the entire Rogue Leader game in co-op, plus endurance, capture-the-base, and dogfight modes. Cinematic realism takes you to new heights as you climb out of your cockpit to battle the Empire on foot in this thrilling third chapter of the Rogue Squadron series. Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 20 out of 36
  2. Negative: 1 out of 36
  1. 100
    There's a ton of content in "Rebel Strike," and the multiplayer gives it replayability far beyond that of the previous "Rogue Squadron" games.
  2. Sure this game lacks a bit when it comes to the foot levels but the other single player levels and multiplayer modes will make you overlook the issue.
  3. 87
    One of the best Star Wars games out there and also, in the process, proves to be one of the best GameCube games out there.
  4. The best parts in Rebel Strike are nothing less than excellent, but the worst parts are so shamefully bad that they taint the entire experience. You can’t help but play through a level like "Trials of a Jedi", set on the planet Dagobah, without wondering what the hell the developers were thinking when they decided to keep it in the game.
  5. It tries too hard to be so many different things and ultimately falls flat on its face, very disappointing after the success of the previous title in the series.
  6. There are too many little things wrong with the strongest part of the game, the flight combat, to completely excuse the weakest parts, the third person missions on foot.
  7. Gone is the marriage of lush, detailed and hugely compelling space combat missions to key moments in the film trilogy, replaced by poorly put together ground-based approximations of the old style, and a series of gimmick-driven vehicle missions that barely even summon up an initial "wow" factor.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 10 out of 18
  2. Negative: 4 out of 18
  1. Feb 4, 2014
    This game has good graphics and dogfights but they failed on foot combat. that was one of the reasons i bought this game too. it had good fighting elements in the dogfights. Expand
  2. May 28, 2012
    Good graphics, like the previous game, interesting stories, and enjoyable air combat. Only problem is the ground missions felt quite bulky, and some of the other levels as well seemed slow. Other than that, a decent game. Expand

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