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Submitted by PixelJudge 339d ago | review

Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds Pixel Judge retro review

Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds is perhaps the best known of the Star Wars RTS games. Built on the Genesis Engine (most famous for the first two Age of Empires Games), it covered a series of six campaigns surrounding the original movies, as well as Episode 1, and ranging from the Gungan resistance against the Trade Federation, to Darth Vader exacting revenge for the destruction of the original Death Star, to Chewie and Han leading a revolt against the Imperial remnant on Kashyyyk. The expansion - Clone Campaigns - added two new campaigns built around the end of Episode 2 and the Clone Wars, which were unique in that they were tied closely together by recurring characters and plot points. The campaign missions are fun, require a good amount of thought to complete, and almost every mission has some nice little Easter eggs that contain scenes from the movies, and in one case changes the mission objectives completely. (PC, Star Wars Galactic Battleground) -

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