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Star Wars: Rogue Squadron II: Rogue Leader

Release date:
November 18, 2001

Distributed by:
Factor 5 / LucasArts

Flight Action

Single Player

Star Wars Saga Timeline:
0 BBY - 4 ABY


Lead an elite team of Rebel Alliance pilots through a series of desperate missions against the dark Empire in Star Wars - Rogue Squadron II: Rogue Leader. The original Rogue Squadron (PC) presented gamers with a new benchmark for combat flight sims, featuring comfortable, fluid control, and diverse environments full of crafty enemies and impressive explosions. Developed by the same Factor 5 studio that gave us the original, this sequel is designed to deliver the same magnitude of advancement as Nintendo gamers and Star Wars fans move into the 128-bit generation of consoles.

Players take the role of either Luke Skywalker or Wedge Antilles. The game's story follows those told in the Star Wars film series, with progressive missions taking place across diverse locations such as a moving asteroid belt, the misty skies of Bespin, the frigid lands of Hoth, and a fully operational Death Star. The Rogue Leader has more control over his mates in this sequel, as he can issue commands to attack specific targets or to flee when outnumbered. Extra credit is awarded for bringing the Squadron back home safely when the mission is completed.

The title is also designed to show off the graphical capabilities of the Nintendo GameCube, featuring layered atmospheres, a realistically gentle dusting of particle effects, dozens of ships battling independently onscreen at once, real-time lighting and shadows, and other state-of-the-art eye candy, all pumped out at a steady 60 frames per second. Like many other GameCube titles, Rogue Leader supports a 480p output, which allows higher resolution display on compatible HDTV systems.

Game Codes & Cheats

Password Cheats:
Enter these passwords at the passcode screen. For the codes with more than one part, enter the first part of the code and you will hear a beeping implying that you entered it incorrectly. Immediately enter the next portion of the code and you should get the correct R2-D2 beeping telling you it has been entered:

COMPOSER - Music Hall
EXHIBIT! - Art Gallery
?INSIDER - Documentary
BLAHBLAH - Audio Commentary
- Credits

JPVI?IJC then RSBFNRL - Unlimited lives
AYZB!RCL then WRKFORIT - Unlock All Tech Upgrades
CDYXF!?Q then ASEPONE! - Unlock Naboo Starfighter
PZ?APBSY then IRONSHIP - Unlock Slave I
ZT?!RGBA then DISPSBLE - Unlock TIE Fighter
NYM!UUOK then BLKHLMT! - Unlock Tie X1
AJHH!?JY then BUSTOUR - Unlock Imperial Shuttle
MVPQIU?A then OH!BUDDY - Unlock Millenium Falcon
!ZUVIEL! then !BENZIN! - Unlock the Car
!??QWTTJ then CLASSIC - All 10 Level select

PYST?OOO then DUCKSHOT - Bonus Mission: Death Star Escape
TVLYBBXL then NOWAR!!! - Bonus Mission: Astroid Field
?WCYBRTC then ??MBC??? - Bonus Mission: Endurance
AZTBOHII then OUTCAST! - Bonus Mission: Triumph of the Empire
OGGRWPDG then EEKEEK!- Bonus Mission: Revenge on Yavin

Backward Compatibility

Nintendo GameCube console games can also be played on the newer Nintendo Wii console. GameCube Controller and GameCube Memory Card is required to play GameCube games on Nintendo Wii.



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