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|Custom Bundle:||Yes||Platform:||Nintendo 64|
|Bundle Description:||custom size clear plastic protector is included||Game Name:||Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire|
|Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/CA)||Publisher:||Nintendo|
|Video Game Series:||Star Wars||Rating:||T-Teen|
Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire stars a cocky pilot named Dash Rendar (whose best friend, coincidentally, is Han Solo) as he fights alongside the Rebels during the attack on Hoth. Throughout the game's ten stages, players will alternate between on-foot missions and vehicle shooting sequences in levels set within the Star Wars universe.
The first level involves piloting a Snowspeeder as AT-ATs, AT-STs, and Probe Droids scour the frigid planet looking to crush the Rebel Alliance. The goal is to take out the opposition in four separate waves. Succeed and the game switches the viewpoint to behind Dash Rendar, as you guide the protagonist past the icy caverns inside Echo Base to find the Outrider (his ship). Snowtroopers, Wampas, and even an AT-ST boss must be dealt with before Rendar can escape.
The next phase, entitled "Asteroid Chase," involves shooting down TIE Fighters from a default view of inside the Outrider's cockpit -- all while trying to avoid asteroids. Eliminate 60 TIE Fighters and 20 TIE Bombers to advance to the next stage, the junkyard in Ord Mantell, to question the notorious IG-88 on the whereabouts of Boba Fett.
This level has Rendar running atop a moving train as players jump or duck to avoid hitting barriers. Survive the encounter with IG-88 and you're once again on foot, trying to find Boba Fett in the desert-like Gall Spaceport. As you make your way through the twisting canyons and narrow ledges, you'll need to look for the hidden jetpack so you can take on the deadly bounty hunter through the air.
Subsequent levels have Rendar riding a Swoop Bike through the streets of Mos Eisley and Beggar's Canyon while fending off rival bikers; climbing aboard the Imperial Freighter Suprosa to obtain secret plans for the new Death Star; trudging through the foul sewers below the Imperial City to infiltrate Prince Xizor's palace; and blasting off into space to destroy Xizor's Skyhook Station. Once players have completed a level, they can return to find hidden Challenge Points to unlock secrets on all three of the game's difficulty settings.
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||1472|
|Product Key Features|
|Genre||Action & Adventure, Action/Adventure|
|Game Name||Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1|
|ESRB Descriptor||Animated Violence|
|Game Name Special Features||Features a combination of vehicle shooting sequences and on-foot missions Advance through ten missions on one of three difficulty settings Collect challenge points to unlock various secrets on each difficulty level|
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Star wars + N64 = Fun times and lots of challenge.
When the N64 Debuted in 1996, it Provided a proving ground for franchises and developers alike who hadn't gotten a fair chance with previous 3-d consoles. it was the perfect proving ground for LucasArts, whose star wars franchise seemed to be waning in popularity. So to test this, A star wars game adapted from a Fan novel, was released around the launchtime of the console...and it worked beautifully. But that's all it was meant to be - a Test to see if the people still wanted star wars. Based upon the novel, You play as Rebel alliance associate Dash Rendar, who like han solo, ships cargo across the galaxy for a price. on a shipment to the planet of hoth, Dash gets caught up in the battle of hoth (From The empire strikes back) and after subsequent events during the time of the movie, escapes into the galaxy, severing connections with the alliance. But during the time between The empire strikes back and Return of the Jedi, Prince Xisor, wishes to take to Darth Sidious's side as his apprentice in the place of Darth Vader. and Dash rendar gets caught up in these events as well. For a platformer, the game is really good. The action is very fun and beating levels is very rewarding. The only real mistake the game made was not including a strafe button, making close-quarters fighting very difficult. This is the only platformer star wars title on the console. there were 3 other games, 2 of which were Flight-simulators (Rogue Squadron, Battle for Naboo) and the other was a racing game (Star wars Episode 1 Racer) and it's a solid purchase. it's also very common so you shouldn't have a hard time finding it. I would recommend this to an N64 owner.
Shadows of the Empire for N64 My Thoughts...
Well, this games follows the Star Wars saga, and is between episodes V & VI. The video game allows players to control new character Dash Rendar, whose adventures in the game weave in and out of the overall storyline (The story is in 3 parts, you need to read the Dark Horse Comic, and play the PC version to get the whole story.) All the while, a battle for the life of Luke Skywalker takes place between Darth Vader and Prince Xizor, as each tries to please Emperor Palpatine. LucasArts's Shadows of the Empire game was one of the first games made available for Nintendo's 3rd generation console, the Nintendo 64 and Windows. The most commercial product in the Shadows of the Empire line, the game was first released as an exclusive N64 title 4 months after the console's launch in December 1996. The PC version came nearly a year later in September 1997. In the game, players control mercenary Dash Rendar in his efforts to help Luke Skywalker and rescue Princess Leia from Prince Xizor's hands. It is divided into four parts (or chapters): Chapter 1: Dash is drawn into the Battle of Hoth. Chapter 2: Dash Rendar confronts bounty hunters from the original films — IG-88 and Boba Fett — in an attempt to reacquire Han Solo. Chapter 3: Boba Fett has escaped and the player's mission changes: you must now save Luke Skywalker's life by fighting a deadly gang of swoop bikers in Mos Eisley, then recover secret Imperial plans for the second Death Star with Luke's help. Chapter 4: Dash Rendar, with Luke and Lando Calrissian, travels to Coruscant to rescue Princess Leia from Prince Xizor's stronghold. Certain parts of the game contradict elements from the book and comic book, but the overall story remains the same. That is all. Thanks for reading my first review of a game. GH.
Good for Star Wars fans and non-fans alike!
There is a rule almost, that most Star Wars games aren't going to be good unless you're a die-hard Star Wars fan. However I think Shadows of The Empire for N64 is one game, that truly delivers to the average gamer what they deserve. Shadows of the Empire is a fun, fast paced game that utilizes the classic N64 game engines, and redefines what a Star Wars game has to be. Dash Rendar is one of the most fun characters to play as, and living the life of a smuggler running from The Black Sun group proves to be an adventure worth taking. I'm an old school gamer myself, and I think purchasing this was a great decision. For any nostalgic gamers, or FPS lovers - this is a game to get. Great controls, great story, and the sounds are beast. 8/10 - only deductions are for replayability and graphics. They are okay for N64 standards, but could use some better texture use, sometimes the colors overload and cause the game to lag, but that's a rarity.
Star Wars fan favorite
Only playable in Single-Player Mode. In this game you play as Dash Rendar in events that take place during the films The Empire Strikes Back and The Return of the Jedi. Through out the game you complete numerous missions from battling the Empire on the planet Hoth, To pursuing the infamous bounty hunter Boba Fett, and aiding the Rebel Alliance in many other ways. Gameplay is playable in Easy, Medium, Hard or Jedi Mode's. If your a fan of Star Wars this is definitely a game you will want to own.( I also recommend checking out the book of the same name.) The story-line plays in nicely with the events that occur during the original trilogy, and it will leaving you wishing that they had made a film out of this game.
All Around Excellent Game!
This game was a classic for the N64, I'm so glad i have it because it reminds me of the good old days of shooters. Instead of being a clunky first shooter for the n64 it turned out really well. The game reminds me of Dark Forces in a great way. It's like playing Dark Forces on the N64. It has a smooth auto target system to reduce difficulty in using a single analog controller and the levels offer great variety from flying fighters to running on the ground to speed bikes. Overall Great Game and a good purchase if you're looking to capture some 90s awesomeness. Can make a great throwback gift for a teenager who appreciates classics