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Qui-gon John 08-30-2000 04:12 AM

Is this comeing out for dreamcast or PS2??
Hi, I own a 64, but would really rather have this game for dreamcast, or PS2. The 64 isnt that great graphics wise, well it is, but not as good as the dreamcast or PS2, but that is ok, I still love mine!! And it least it has better graphics than the Playstaion, I mean it has a GREAT NAME!!!, Look at that name!! I just looks so cool!! and it looks cool!! But it is just OLD!!!


Dave Maul 08-30-2000 04:20 PM

I'd like to see this for PS2 as well, but we are getting to fly Naboo Fighters in Starfighter, so in a way it's fair to release a similar game for another console. There are a lot of games I'd like to see on PS2 (Obi-Wan, BFN, Indiana Jones, Etc.).

Dave Maul

Garindan 09-01-2000 11:41 PM

if you get the newer nintendoyou could get the new rogue squadron, isaw the movie and it looks real.

Qui-gon John 09-04-2000 09:07 PM

I know!!!! I saw them also!!! those were AWSOME!!! it really did look real!!! I cant wait, but dont you hate the way that as soon as they get a final design they annouce it, and it wont be out for another year!!! i hate it when peoples do that, I am extreamly excited about PS2 even!!! But I still love my dreamcast, it is still the best system out(graphics wise, and joystick wise) but i am DEFINITLEY looking forward to the Nintendo Cube!!!

Raptor Leader 12-06-2000 02:38 AM

Yeah, the 'Cube version of Rogue Squadron does look awesome, even better (possibly)than Starfighter, And will probably be better, since in Starfighter, you are one of the "side" characters in the Not-as-exciting prequel realm, while in RS2, you are the likes of Luke Skywalker and Wedge Antilles, in the very great realm of the original trilogy. But still, Starfighter looks awesome.

Anyways, I think BFN will rule as a 64 game.

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