Star Wars: Starfighter - PS2

Also known as: Star Wars Starfighter', 'Star Wars: Episode 1 Starfighter', 'Star Wars: Episode One', 'Starfighter

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Also for: PC, Xbox
Viewed: 3D First-person / Third-person Genre:
Combat Game: Space
Media: CD Arcade origin:No
Developer: LucasArts Soft. Co.: LucasArts
Publishers: Activision (GB/GB)
Released: 23 Mar 2001 (GB)
28 Mar 2002 (GB)
Ratings: 11+
Features: Vibration Function Compatible, Analogue Control Compatible: analogue sticks only
Accessories: Memory Card


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Dogged by a number of delays, Star Wars: Starfighter finally made its appearance in March 2001. Developed by LucasArts, copyright owners of the series, Starfighter is a fast-paced flight game that gives players the opportunity to be responsible for the success of highly important missions that will ultimately help you save Naboo from the menacing Trade Federation.

Starfighter takes full advantage of the capabilities of the PlayStation 2 and presents in excess of twenty realistic and beautifully rendered 3D starships amongst a variety of stunning environments set both on and off a number of planets. Starfighter is very much a story-driven adventure that puts the player in the role of three pilots: Rhys, Dallows and Nym. To succeed in missions, you must learn to use your skills to outwit the game’s villains, which will not be easy. Getting to grips with these giant flying machines is often tricky, and to compensate, LucasArts has incorporated a number of training exercises. Here, you will learn to master weapons such as proton torpedoes and laser cannons, as well as defensive equipment.

You will be able to test your firepower on classic Star Wars machinery including Droid Starfighters, Battle Tanks, and the all-new Protectors, Scarabs and Daggers.

If you achieve medals for skills demonstrated above and beyond the call of duty, for example not just protecting the Queen's ship, but ensuring that it suffers no damage, then you will unlock bonus missions.

Star Wars: Starfighter combines groundbreaking technology, cutting-edge graphics and a compelling narrative. The game’s proprietary 3D engine is capable of rendering truly breathtaking environments and unprecedented vehicle detail, providing players with an incredible sense of realism.