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Star Wars: Battle for Naboo (Nintendo 64) - Overview
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Developer

Factor 5

Genre

Simulation

Other Versions

PC, PC

Release Dates

12/13/00 LucasArts
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03/23/01 LucasArts

Community Stats

Owners: 17
Tracked: 1
Wishlist: 1
Now Playing: 0

Summary

FOR THE QUEEN! FOR NABOO! FOR FREEDOM!

Attention defenders of Naboo! The Trade Federation must be stopped! Storm through more than 15 missions over land, sea and space as your freedom fighters rally against the droid armies.

-Take control of 7 vehicles: the Naboo starfighter, Gian speeder, and new craft like the heavy STAP, Trade Federation gunboat and more.

-More than 15 missions: escape from Theed, search & destroy, sabotage, reconnaissance, convoy and more.

-Battle against Trade Federation droid starfighters, AAT's, destroyer droids, battle droids and much more.

-Change vehicles mid-mission through specially designated hangars.

-From the developers of Star Wars: Rogue Squadron.

*Back of Box (PAL)

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Sales History

Total Sales
0.00m
Japan
0.21m
NA
0.05m
Europe
0.00m
Others
0.26m
Total

Opinion (3)

thewastedyouth posted 10/09/2012, 04:06
damn the sales sucked for this game, I thought it was pretty good
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spurgeonryan posted 24/02/2010, 12:06
just got it off amazon, I guess the world was done with carts when the 64 was out. Lets see how good it is. as long as the gameplay is fun I dont really care about the ending, unless its some big epic game like resident eveil
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stof posted 14/01/2008, 12:56
A great game with one of the worst endings I've ever seen. But that wasn't the games fault, it was the movies fault.
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