DescriptionFollowing his successes for the Rebel Alliance in the previous game, the adventures of the starfighter pilot "Rookie One" continue. While out scouting in the Dreighton Nebula, Rookie One's patrols receive a distress call from a freighter. As this is an area where ships are known to disappear, any deviation from the flight path is dangerous. But what they find is an Imperial presence where there shouldn't be one... and a new secret project to bring about the destruction of the Rebel Alliance.
Rebel Assault II is a rail-shooter "interactive movie" featuring a variety of action sequences. Rookie One will fly sequences in an X-Wing, the Millennium Falcon, speeder bikes and being on foot. His only real ability is the precise targeting and shooting of laser weapon and occasionally the chance to take cover and avoid obstacles. Rookie One will team up with other characters who will aid him and need to be defended in turn. Occasionally different paths can be chosen in the animation and different events triggered, but for the most part the game is a closed environment.
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- "絕地大反攻2" -- Chinese spelling (traditional)
- "Star Wars: Rebel Assault II: El Imperio Oculto" -- Spanish title
- "スター・ウォーズ レベルアサルトⅡ" -- Japanese spelling
Part of the Following Groups
- Live action cut-scenes
- PlayStation Platinum Range releases
- Star Wars licensees
- Star Wars: Rebel Assault series
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|Joystick (French)||Jan, 1996||87 out of 100||87|
|GameSpot||May 01, 1996||7.5 out of 10||75|
|Gameplay (Benelux)||Feb, 1996||72 out of 100||72|
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TriviaFrom Lucasarts' official site:
To direct the video, the Rebel II team recruited veteran filmmaker Hal Barwood. Now a Project Leader at the LucasArts, Hal was responsible for Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis, Big Sky Trooper, and Indiana Jones and his Desktop Adventures. Before building in cyberspace, however, Hal worked in Hollywood for more than 20 years. He co-wrote Steven Spielberg's first feature film Sugarland Express, and produced and co-wrote the films Corvette Summer and Dragonslayer. His unique combined knowledge of both the film computer mediums made him the ideal choice for the job.
Related Web Sites
- Brad Pack's Ultimate Rebel Assault 2 Home Page (This home page will help you beat Rebel Assault 2: The Hidden Empire at ANY level with or without cheating, and will help you discover many secrets you may not have known were in the game. Rebel Assault 2 has probably more easter eggs (programmer secrets), special modes, and spoilers than any other computer game.
-- Brad Pack's own description of his site. )
- Lucas Arts: The Hidden Empire (Official site.)
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