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|État :||Très bon
Un objet qui a été utilisé, mais qui est en excellent état. Le boîtier ou la couverture ne présente aucun dommage, aucune éraflure, aucune égratignure, aucune fissure ni aucun trou. L'illustration et le texte de pochette sont inclus. Le boîtier des cassettes VHS et des DVD est inclus. Le manuel d'instructions et le boîtier des jeux vidéo sont inclus. Les dents de retenue du disque ne sont pas endommagées. L'extérieur de l'objet présente des traces d'usure minimes. Les CD et les DVD ne sautent pas. L'image des cassettes VHS n'est ni floue ni neigeuse. Afficher toute les définitions d'état (s'ouvre dans une nouvelle fenêtre ou un nouvel onglet)
|Remarques du vendeur :||“Includes case, artwork insert, instruction booklet, and game disc, in very good condition. Disc has no noticeable scratches. Game has been cleaned and tested.”|
|Platform:||Nintendo GameCube||Custom Bundle:||No|
|Game Name:||Star Wars Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike||Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)|
|A beloved science fiction franchise, Star Wars is an iconic part of childhood for many people. The rich variety of worlds and fascinating characters can be revisited through video games. "Star Wars Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike" is here to take you back. Experience what flight is like in the Star Wars universe with a copy of "Star Wars Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike" for the Nintendo GameCube. Play as Luke Skywalker to relive the original trilogy of movies or choose Wedge Antilles to experience a different game based on those classic films. Be a Jedi or a rebel leader with the Rogue Squadron. You can battle the Imperial Army as a rogue fighter or defeat Darth Vader and destroy the Death Star. Experience the story through the eyes of your favorite characters with this exciting title for the GameCube. Play with a friend in a cooperative two-player mode where each person controls a spacecraft on a separate side of the screen. Multiplayer mode also comes in co-op and versus modes for battle or cooperation. As a single player, you'll advance through 13 missions, trying to earn the best possible performance score on each level. Captain such vehicles as the speeder bike, AT-ST, and AT-AT on the desert landscape of Tatooine or the tundra of Hoth. Outer space is featured in this title too, so you needn't be on a planet to find a thrilling fight against the Empire. No matter where you go, there's an adventure waiting to happen. This game had a release date of October 15, 2003, and the rating on this title is T for teen. Games in this category are appropriate for any child 13 years old or older. It is fun for adults as well, so your whole crew will enjoy this thrilling ride through the colorful and exciting environments of the Star Wars saga. "Rebel Strike" takes full advantage of everything the GameCube can offer. The incredible 5-channel Dolby Pro Logic 2 surround sound will blow you away. Hear the soundtrack as it was meant to be heard. There's support for HDTV Progressive Scan. The game has stunning graphics that transport you to your missions with astounding realism, and smooth video helps you fully enjoy the gaming experience. Piloting a starfighter can feel like flying when you take control. Split-timing controls allow for better two-player engagement, so you and your friends can enjoy hours of head-to-head combat or cooperative play. Nintendo and LucasArts have truly outdone themselves in the gameplay. Experience new worlds in a totally interactive way and relive the story built by George Lucas. Star Wars games like this title allow you to embark on adventures that take you all around the galaxy. You can enjoy the fantasy of visiting the incredible planets and meeting the memorable entities from the film series through "Star Wars Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike." This video game for the Nintendo GameCube is great for any Star Wars fans who love excitement and fun.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||10560|
|Product Key Features|
|Game Name||Star Wars: Rebel Strike -- Rogue Squadron III, Star Wars Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike|
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|Number of Players||1-2|
|Genre||Action/Adventure, Adventure, Action/Adventure|
|Game Name Special Features||Choose Luke Skywalker or Wedge Antilles in two distinct campaigns Players can ride a speederbike, take the reigns of a Tauntaun, blast Stormtroopers from an AT-ST, and more Achieve top scores during each of the 13 main episode|
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About Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike
A great game for the gamecube or even the Wii, Rogue Squadron III is one of the few good flight simulators for nintendo platforms. The controls are some of my favorite in console flight simulators, keeping control simple while still allowing for some almost stomach turning maneuvers. This game is part of the star wars franchise, and it provides a great experience, offering two brief sets of missions, one following Wedge and the other Luke, taking place after the attack on the Death Star. What struck me first was that it acts more as a supplement to Rogue Squadron II, in that III does not have the major battles of the movies, instead providing some of the "in between" stories, like the escape from Yavin and Hoth, and also the lesser battles from the movies, like the battle over the sarlaac, and taking down AT-AT's with a lightsaber and thermal detonator. So if you are looking for the "complete" star wars experience, it is strongly suggested to purchase this game AND Rogue Squadron II, or you will miss out on a lot of the story. The mechanical addition to this iteration of the Rogue Squadron series is the third person shooter missions, in which the pilots are controlled outside of their vehicles. Though it is very interesting and a new experience, the flakey controls, poor camera angles, and lack of bacta makes these missions more of a painful distraction. I gritted through them, and they had their fun moments, but the Rogue Squadron games have always been about the dogfights. It also adds AT-ST missions, and even an AT-AT mission, and while they have questionable controls, their firepower makes up for it. Rogue Squadron III has several very nice unlockables, two of the classic arcade games, several fun unlockable ships including Tie Bombers and the Slave 1, and my favorite mission of all: playing as Arvel Crynyd in his suicidal attack on the Super Star Destroyer. I recommend this game to any fan of the star wars saga, and even more so to anyone who prefers playing the rebels in dogfights. However, if the dogfights are important, it might be better to buy Rogue Squadron II, which offers only starfighter combat and follows the major battles (as wedge) more closely. Rogue Squadron III gives a much more enjoyable experience as Luke, and once you have a handle of the third person shooter controls, can be much more fun, as the on-foot and AT-walker missions provide a fun change of pace to the space missions.
New Feature Needed Improvement, But Still Good
Basically, this third installment in the series is nothing more than the same stuff you've done before. This time you'll have some more missions focused around the fight scenes from the movies and you'll also be able partake in land missions. The land missions, however, were poorly executed - which is a shame, because the idea is a really good one and I think it's what lead them to release the Battlegrounds games at a later point in time. What makes the land missions more of a tedious burden, rather than a joy, is the control schematics and the animations. Basically, neither are anything because of the low quality. The dog fights in space and on other planets from the Star Wars lore are great. As usual you'll have certain missions to accomplish - guard someone or something, destroy a particular number of enemies, etc - but this never gets old. If you enjoyed the previous releases, you will definitely enjoy this - the land missions may set you off, but the flight battles are awesome. The graphics are as good as they can be when you're whirling around as fast as can be in a space ship and the music is ripped straight from the Star Wars soundtracks - which are always awesome. This game is great once you get over the initial awkwardness of those missions you have to go through on foot. What is unique about this game is that it mainly follows the adventures of Luke and Wedge - so you kinda get to choose whose mission you want to take on at a certain point, so it gives a little bit of variety in an otherwise straight forward game. Again, if you liked the second, you'll love this; as it is just the same lay out with new presentation. It's a great game that just needed a little tweaking to make it an excellent game. I highly recommend to previous fans, fans of Star Wars and fans of flight simulator games.
Great game, even 14 years later
It is definitely clear that this game is from three generations ago, but it is still very fun and surprisingly clear in graphics, particuarly when playing any ship-involving level. I do have to say that the levels involving on-foot combat are not very fun and the graphics are so poor for these types of gameplay, and the reason I say that is because there are only two different guns (auto and semiauto) that you can use, very inaccurate grenades/charges, and the characters faces look basically blank upon inspection and have no detail on them. However, you buy this game solely to use the ships and vehicles, and that is where this game exactly shines. I still give it a five-star rating because of how well-prioritized the game design is and how the execution turned out in terms of fun, playability, graphics, and value.
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Strike 3, you're out!
Don't get me wrong, Rebel Strike is a fun game. Unfortunately it is severely hampered by level design in the levels where you play as Luke or one of the other characters running around places. The targeting in such stages is also very poor, and really hurts your chances of getting a gold medal at the end of the stage. They're not that bad, but considering they're not nearly as cool as all the flying and outer-space stages, they're kind of a waste of time. What there is of the stages that take place in outer space or piloting an AT-AT is pretty awesome though. Those stages save the game from becoming a disaster. I mean yes, it's cool to be able to walk around planet Hoth shooting a cable up at the under-belly of an AT-ST then blowing that giant mammoth up in a style that strangely mirrors Shadow of the Colossus, but this is the only time where running around on the battlefield feels significant at all! Anywhere else you're just running around shooting bad guys, and that's cool but the gameplay is done in such a way that you'll get sick of it, fast. Did I also mention one of the final stages where you play as Luke on Jabba's sail barge? You really have to be careful where you jump or you'll alter history by easily allowing Luke to become a morsel for the Sarlaac. That actually sounds kind of fun, but unfortunately the game mechanics are not open-minded enough to allow you to have an alternate ending for the stage. So basically, flying levels, great, on-foot levels... not good. This is why I give this game an average score. It's worth buying and playing, but try to skip the on-foot stages.
A True Star Wars Classic
I bought this game because I used to own it many years ago. I bought it again so that I could relive some of my childhood and it really was as fun as I remembered. The vehicle flying mechanic and combat is very good for the vintage of this game. The story mode is engaging and quite challenging which leaves you with plenty to do and you are not likely to get bored.