Star Wars: Battle For Naboo Mint
Running on an enhanced Star Wars: Rogue Squadron engine the nice game developers at Factor 5 have taken one last stab at the aging Nintendo 64 system with yet another entry into the wide world of Lucas. At times fun but at more times frustrating Star Wars: Episode I Battle for Naboo has plenty going for it. Unfortunately these good deeds are deeply overshadowed by a darker side. Were you one of the millions who enjoyed the very popular Rogue Squadron? If you were then get ready for more of the same only this time wrapped around a lucrative Episode I license. This should appeal to newly christened fans and hardball line campers alike as there’s more of a concrete story line to follow than in the sidelined plot of RS. Just as in the aforementioned classic Battle for Naboo revolves around the collection of gold medals. New vehicles abound and there’s more than enough variety in the game’s locales. The ability to switch craft at any time during the missions doesn’t hurt the replay factor either. If you discover the flash speeder doesn’t have enough firepower to finish off that AT-AT tank you can simply enter a different hanger and take control of a police cruiser.
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