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STAR WARS: Rebel Assault I + II

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Star Wars™: Rebel Assault
Rebel Forces have won their first battle against the dark side... But the war has only just begun!

As Rookie One, you are thrust into a 3D galaxy far, far away to crush the evil Empire, once and for all. Take your T16 Skyhopper on a training run through Beggar's Canyon... Then dodge asteroids and blast TIE fighters in a deep space rumble... tackle a fleet of menacing AT-ATs on the icy tundra of Hoth... and ultimately annihilate Vader and the evil Empire with a kamikaze trench run on the infamous Death Star.

Star Wars™: Rebel Assault II: The Hidden Empire
The story opens in the vicinity of the Dreighton Nebula, where Rookie One is part of a Rebel scouting patrol. He's investigating disappearances of Rebel spacecraft near Dreighton, a region rich with mythology about vanishing spacecraft. Legends of the region go back to the days when early hyperspace travelers lost their bearings and disappeared in the currents, eddies, and storms of the nebula. During the Clone Wars, two opposing combat fleets, at the height of battle, were swallowed up by the Dreighton Nebula, leaving it as the battle's only true victor.

Featuring original, live-action Star Wars footage, Rebel Assault II: The Hidden Empire hosts a multitude of ground-breaking improvements, including intuitive and challenging arcade game play; fifteen land, sky and space missions; an original Star Wars story; full-Screen high-quality video; four skill levels from easy to hard; a digital John Williams Star Wars soundtrack; and authentic sound effects by Skywalker Sound.

  • Pilot X-wings, B-wings, speeder bikes and the legendary Millenium Falcon.
  • Battle stormtroopers, TIE fighters and a Super Star-Destroyer.
  • Digitized cinematic sequences from the Star Wars trilogy with additional footage created exclusively for the game.
Release date
LucasArts Entertainment
Disney Interactive, LucasArts Entertainment
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for macOS

OS X 10.7.0 or later.
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2GHz+
Memory: 1GB of RAM
Graphics: 64MB of video memory Recommended two-button mouse, or Apple mouse with Secondary Button / Secondary Click enabled.

System requirements for Linux

Ubuntu 14.04, Linux Mint 17, Processor: 2.0 GHz, Memory: 1 GB RAM, Graphics: 256 MB VRAM, OpenGL compatible

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7/8/10
  • Processor: 1.8 GHz Processor
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 7 (compatible with DirectX 9 recommended)
  • Storage: 1360 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: Joystick or Controller recommended
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STAR WARS: Rebel Assault I + II reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Star Wars (!!! 111elf) Game. So seriously. Back then, ~ 300 Marches were worth creating a Cd-Rom. Today it is a pure Reaction Test/Expulsion Liglers Game ... With Star Wars Bonus. Only for Nostalgics (who I actually am).
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Microsoft from Spain
Excellent Star Wars Video Game made me remember my childhood, the only thing is that Rebel Assault 1 is more complicated in terms of gameplay and Rebel Assault 2 is easier to play, both are good and are highly recommended, thanks Steam for continuing to sell these big J Uegos Star Wars! :)
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Microsoft from Spain
REAL CRAP That game that puts you in bad milk as soon as you start playing. The graphics are nauseating. Control is totally absurd. The story sucks. I'M a Star Wars fan, okay? Clarified that point: This game is the biggest junk that has been made using the Star Wars license, with permission from the Holyday Special. End of the review. P.S.: Keep alejad@s This crap, it stinks.
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Microsoft from Spain
I Am born the year 1983, but the truth, I never got to play these games in my childhood. At that time the games came to you by your relatives or those who had access to a computer, which were few. If I played other Lucas Arts games especially graphic adventures. This game is VERY difficult, being that I am an average player. But If you are a fan of Star Wars, you MUST PLAY it and spend it full, your story will love it. 7/10
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Review written on the 28.04.2018 Graphics and Sound are unbearable from today's Point of view. In order to do something with the Games, you have to be a Hardcore Retro-fan. It's a Wonder these old Games are still running under Win10. Since I myself and certainly 99.99% of Gamers will not find Fun here, I am sorry not to be able to make a recommendation. You can buy these two Games as Collectors ' items. But for the gamble, these Games are too worn off.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
A Classic that has fortunately been brought back to Life. Buying Him is actually only something for everyone who had already played the Game under their old Pentium 2 and Co., because nowadays the Demands on Games are a bit different. At first Glance, the Graphics are absolutely not state-of-the-art and the Gameplay is very sly and pre-defined monotonous. But still, many Years ago this was a Milestone and still Fun to remember today.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Here exactly the Same applies as with Star Wars X-Wing Alliance, so the same Rating is: Unfortunately, I can no longer recommend the Game, the Controls, the graphics, the General Technique everything is simply outdated. I do not understand how I can still ask for EUR 9.99 for this. So I can only advise everyone against it, no matter what the Price, but I didn't grow up with the Games and can't rate it for People who want to get it for nostalgic Reasons. These need to read other Reviews.
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