History VideoGame / SuperStarWars

7th Jul '16 10:57:35 AM Josef5678
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These games largely had great critical reception, and are regarded as some of the best action platformer games made, as well as some of the best movie adaptation games.
27th May '16 4:39:53 PM nombretomado
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The first game came out in 1992, followed by ''Super Star Wars: Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'' in 1993, and ''Super Star Wars: Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' in 1994. All three games were re-released on VirtualConsole in 2009, and the first one was re-released on the PS4 and Vita in November 2015.

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The first game came out in 1992, followed by ''Super Star Wars: Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'' in 1993, and ''Super Star Wars: Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' in 1994. All three games were re-released on VirtualConsole in 2009, and the first one was re-released on the PS4 [=PS4=] and Vita in November 2015.
21st May '16 8:09:49 PM AndyLA
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* OutrunTheFireball: The final level in ''Return of the Jedi'' follows the same scene from the movie where you have to navigate through twisting tunnels and jutting walls while trying to avoid being caught by the fireball from an explosion. The attack run even impressively recreates the layout of the tunnel as seen in the films. Right down to the narrow section where the ''Falcon'' loses her radar dish (complete with a digitized Lando commenting, "That was ''too'' close!")!

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* OutrunTheFireball: The final level in ''Return of the Jedi'' follows the same scene from the movie where you have to navigate through twisting tunnels and jutting walls while trying to avoid being caught by the fireball from an explosion.the explosion of the Death Star II. The attack run even impressively recreates the layout of the tunnel as seen in the films. Right down to the narrow section where the ''Falcon'' loses her radar dish (complete with a digitized Lando commenting, "That was ''too'' close!")!
23rd Jan '16 5:39:00 PM superslinger2007
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The first game came out in 1992, followed by ''Super Star Wars: Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'' in 1993, and ''Super Star Wars: Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' in 1994. All three games were re-released on VirtualConsole in 2009, and they'll be re-released on the PS4 and Vita in November 2015.

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The first game came out in 1992, followed by ''Super Star Wars: Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'' in 1993, and ''Super Star Wars: Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' in 1994. All three games were re-released on VirtualConsole in 2009, and they'll be the first one was re-released on the PS4 and Vita in November 2015.
15th Nov '15 12:06:58 PM speedyboris
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The first game came out in 1992, followed by ''Super Star Wars: Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'' in 1993, and ''Super Star Wars: Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' in 1994. All three games were re-released on VirtualConsole in 2009.

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The first game came out in 1992, followed by ''Super Star Wars: Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'' in 1993, and ''Super Star Wars: Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' in 1994. All three games were re-released on VirtualConsole in 2009.
2009, and they'll be re-released on the PS4 and Vita in November 2015.
21st May '15 2:18:46 AM FordPrefect
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* SequelDifficultySpike: ''Super Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back'' is regarded one of the hardest, most unforgiving games on the SNES.

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* SequelDifficultySpike: ''Super Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back'' is regarded as one of the hardest, most unforgiving games on the SNES.



* StuffBlowingUp: Every boss dies with a lot of explosions, even living ones, such as the Sarlacc at the first level. Naturally, the Death Star in the first and third game have a grand explosion.

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* StuffBlowingUp: Every boss dies with a lot of explosions, even living ones, such as the Sarlacc at the first level. Naturally, the Death Star Stars in the first and third game have a go out in grand explosion.explosions.
21st May '15 2:17:08 AM FordPrefect
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* LostForever: The Force power ups in The Empire Strikes Back game. Most are found on the main path of the level they're in but the rest are either out of the way or hidden, so it's possible to miss out on these powers if you advance to the next level. Averted in The Return of the Jedi game where Luke starts with a set of Force powers and doesn't need to find more.

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* LostForever: The Force power ups in The Empire Strikes Back game. Most are found on the main path of the level they're in but the rest are either out of the way or hidden, so it's possible to miss out on these powers if you advance to the next level. Averted in The Return the ''Return of the Jedi Jedi'' game where Luke starts with a set of Force powers and doesn't need to find more.
21st May '15 2:16:08 AM FordPrefect
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* BagOfSpilling: Luke in Return of the Jedi doesn't retain all of his Force powers from the previous game and instead starts with a handful of them. This was most likely for balancing purposes.

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* BagOfSpilling: Luke in Return ''Return of the Jedi doesn't retain all Jedi'' starts with only a handful of his Force powers from the previous game and instead starts with a handful of them.game. This was most likely for balancing purposes.
21st May '15 2:15:18 AM FordPrefect
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''Super Star Wars'' is a series action-platformer games based on the original ''StarWars'' trilogy, developed for the [[SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem SNES]] by Sculptured Software and LucasArts.

The plot of the first game closely follows ''Film/ANewHope'', and consists of 14 levels. The player can control Luke Skywalker (later Han Solo and Chewbacca too), from the Dune Sea of Tatooine, through the Mos Eisley Cantina up until the trench of the first Death Star. The gameplay is essentially this: Luke & Co. is gunning down various {{Mooks}} on each level, while fighting their way to the end of the level, where the [[BossFight boss awaits]] them. In a few of the levels, the player can control vehicles (Luke's speeder, much later his X-Wing), these levels feature and showcase the capabilities of the SNES' then brand new MODE-7 chip, which provides a 3D-like experience. Then the very last level is like an [[FirstPersonShooter FPS]], where the player is up against an endless swarm of TIE Fighters and they have to defeat them by moving a crosshair with a D-Pad and shooting wildly.

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''Super Star Wars'' is a series of action-platformer games based on the original ''StarWars'' trilogy, developed for the [[SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem SNES]] by Sculptured Software and LucasArts.

The plot of the first game closely follows ''Film/ANewHope'', and consists of 14 levels. The player can control Luke Skywalker (later Han Solo and Chewbacca too), from the Dune Sea of Tatooine, through the Mos Eisley Cantina up until the trench of the first Death Star. The gameplay is essentially this: Luke & Co. is are gunning down various {{Mooks}} on each level, while fighting their way to the end of the level, where the [[BossFight boss awaits]] them. In a few of the levels, the player can control vehicles (Luke's speeder, much later his X-Wing), X-Wing); these levels feature and showcase the capabilities of the SNES' then brand new MODE-7 chip, which provides a 3D-like experience. Then the very last level is like an [[FirstPersonShooter FPS]], where the player is up against has to defeat an endless swarm of TIE Fighters and they have to defeat them by moving a crosshair with a D-Pad and shooting wildly.



These games largely had great critical reception, and are regarded some of the best action platformer games made, as well as some of the best movie adaptation games.

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These games largely had great critical reception, and are regarded as some of the best action platformer games made, as well as some of the best movie adaptation games.
8th May '15 3:45:19 PM FinalGamer
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* TheLavaCavesOfNewYork: Not just any lava, but ''sand lava'' inside the Sandcrawler of all places! And it's even right at the end of the level for an insta-kill threat when facing the Lava Beast Jawenko.
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