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Star Wars: Rebel Assault II: The Hidden Empire [PC Game]
|Platform: IBM PC Compatible
Publisher: LucasArts Entertainment
Release Date: November 14, 1995
Developer: LucasArts Entertainment
Genre: Multi-Genre Action
Rating: ESRB: T (Teen)
System Requirements: Microsoft® Windows® 95 / 98 I
Developed by: LucasArts Entertainment - LucasArts Entertainment (1995) - Multi-Genre Action - Rated: Teen
In 1993, Star Wars: Rebel Assault held the distinction as the first CD-ROM-only computer game. It was up to you to guide Rookie
One through computer-generated worlds from the Star Wars universe on your way to destroying the Death Star and thwarting the
malevolent plans of Darth Vader and the Empire. But the battles you won back then were only the first step in winning the war.
Since then, the Dark Lord of the Sith has developed a new scheme to crush the Rebellion. It's time for you to take that second
step in Star Wars: Rebel Assault II -- The Hidden Empire.
Like the first outing, the game features an eclectic mix of action as you both pilot ships and battle it out with Stormtroopers on
foot. In all, you have 15 stages to fight through as you take command of a B-wing, Y-wing, X-wing, Corellian freighter (nearly
identical to the Millennium Falcon), speeder bike and even a couple of Imperial vessels. Your opposition in the air includes
everything from TIE interceptors to Mynocks, and you'll also have to work your way through obstacle courses like asteroid fields
and canyons. Along for the ride once again is Rebel soldier Ru Murleen, though the only recognizable faces from the movies are
Darth Vader, Emperor Palpatine and Admiral Ackbar. (The Rebel Assault games occur outside of traditional Star Wars continuity.)
This entry to the Rebel Assault franchise once again utilizes cut-scenes to move the story along between missions. However, they
have been upgraded from computer-generated to live action and represent the first Star Wars-related newly recorded footage
since 1985's television movie Ewoks: The Battle for Endor.
From the Manufacturer: Star Wars®: Rebel Assault II: The Hidden Empire (PC Games, 1995) Legends of the region go back to the
days when early hyperspace travelers lost their bearings and disappeared in the currents, eddies, and storms of the nebula. During
the Clone Wars, the Dreighton Nebula, leaving it as the battles only true victor, swallowed up two opposing combat fleets, at the
height of battle. Now, pilots uneasily joke about the ghosts of those squadrons still roaming the nebula, eager to attack any vessel
foolish enough to wander by.
Special Features: Radically revamped Rebel Assault engine combines with cutting-edge technology and LucasArts'
uncompromising gameplay; all new live-action video, the first new Star Wars interactive adventure filmed in over a decade;
full-screen. Full-motion cinematic imagery, your senses are immersed in the Star Wars universe; 10-channel stereo sound. Crystal
clear sfx & music, the complete theatrical experience you'd expect, from te people at LucasArts.
Warnings: Mild Realistic Violence.