Take on the Empire as Luke Skywalker in one of the N64's first Star Wars games. Fly through 15 levels as well as discovering 3 hidden levels. Craft include: X-Wing and Snowspeeder, also the Millennium Falcon makes an appearance and is flyable.
- "スター・ウォーズ 出撃！ローグ中隊" -- Japanese spelling
- "Star Wars: Shutsugeki! Rogue Chuutai" -- Japanese title
- "Star Wars: Rogue Squadron" -- N64 title
- "Guerra Nas Estrelas: Rogue Squadron 3D" -- Brazilian title
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The Press Says
||1 out of 6
||Feb 02, 1999
||94 out of 100
||8.7 out of 10
||87 out of 100
|Computer Games Magazine
||Dec 25, 1998
||Dec 11, 1998
||7.9 out of 10
||Dec 01, 1998
|PC Player (Germany)
||72 out of 100
|Game Over Online
||Dec 01, 1998
||71 out of 100
|Game industry News (GiN)
||Feb 10, 1999
Just a little goof - Kasan's voice can be heard over the radio in some of the earlier missions before she has joined the team
Nintendo 64 version
The Nintendo version launches with a multi-million Dollar TV-campaign and is the first game to utilize the new 4 Meg expansion Pak for hi-resolution graphics.
In the N64 version of the game, entering a certain code allows you to play a secret level in a AT-ST. You can use the same code on the pc version, but you'll find that no secret level appears, instead you can play almost all the regular missions with an AT-ST. Also the N64 version had the Naboo Starfighter, the Millenium Falcon and the TIE Interceptor available from day one, though only accessible through cheat codes.
Shortly after the release of Phantom Menace
, LucasArts released a patch to allow use of the Naboo Starfighter in completed missions. The sleek, almost pretty starfighter is VERY fast with a complement of powerful lasers.
There are three secret levels in both versions of the game: Beggars Canyon, Death Star Trench Run, and Hoth Battle.
Information also contributed by
- Total! (Germany)
- Issue 01/2000 – Best N64 Shoot 'em Up in 1999