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Rejoignez les pilotes dans leur missions spatiales pour sauver la planète Naboo. Le jeune pilote Rhys Dallows, le mercenaire Vana Sage et le pirate alien Nym forment une équipe singulière pour défendre la planète. Pilotez 3 chasseurs : le Naboo starfighter, le Guardian Mantis et le terrible Havoc.
Date de parution: 21 jan 2002
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Rejoignez les pilotes dans leur missions spatiales pour sauver la planète Naboo. Le jeune pilote Rhys Dallows, le mercenaire Vana Sage et le pirate alien Nym forment une équipe singulière pour défendre la planète.

  • Pilotez 3 chasseurs : le Naboo starfighter, le Guardian Mantis et le terrible Havoc.
  • Engagez-vous dans 14 missions pour sauver Naboo: combat aériens, attaques surprises, missions d'escorte et plus encore.
  • Plongez dans les vastes décors de Star Wars : des plaines de Naboo aux confins de l'espace en passant par les corridors des vaisseaux droids.

Configuration requise

    • Interface : Windows 2000, XP ou Vista
    • Processeur : 350 MHz Pentium II, Athlon, ou CPU équivalent
    • Mémoire : 64 Mo RAM, 128 Mo RAM pour Windows 2000 et XP.
    • Graphismes : carte PCI 16 Mo DirectX 8 ou carte AGP
    • DirectX®: DirectX 8.0 ou supérieure
    • Disque dur : 620 Mo
    • Son : 16-bit
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21 personne(s) sur 28 (75%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
5.8 heures en tout
This game is...Well, decent. But that's all I can really say about it.


It's ridiculously short, and it's hard to play without a joystick....Well, I have a joystick, but this should be SOMEWHAT playable with a keyboard and mouse.

The game is essentially about the exploits of Naboo pilot Rhys Dallows, mercenary Vana Sage, and pirate Nym. They eventually form an unexpected alliance and they basically protect Naboo from the Trade Federation attacks from The Phantom Menace.

You use the joystick or keyboard and mouse combination to move your starfighter. The game didn't come with a manual, so you'll need to look up the controls yourself. It's somewhat sluggish, to be perfectly honest. A joystick is recommended for this, even though it isn't anywhere close to a flight simulator.

The game's levels are decent. Heck, you can even (sorta) recreate the finale from The Phantom Menace! There's some variety in terms of flyable ships. There are also unlockables, but you can easily cheat for everything with the OVERSEER cheat. Enjoy the cheating.

Everyone is complaining about the game's difficulty, but it honestly wasn't that hard. And that ruined it for me. I like challenge in my games, and flying games are certainly no exception. The adventure lasts about 2-4 hours, and there's no extras besides bonus missions and unlockables.

Did I mention there was no multiplayer? One small question - WHY!? This game would have been a great multiplayer game and multiplayer alone would possibly redeem this game. Heck, the PS2 and Xbox versions had local multiplayer! WHY DIDN'T THIS HAVE MULTIPLAYER!? And did I also mention that a boxed version of this game (without the fixed engine introduced with the Steam release) will lag constantly due to Microsoft software updates?

Anyway, would I recommend it for 1-2 quid? Yeah, it's a decent flying game and I recommend that you pick it up when it's on sale. However, if we're talking about full price....Just wait for a sale. This should have had more levels, multiplayer, etc. It's decent, but that is all I can really say about this. Really, it was a missed opportunity.

I might do a video on this game, putting everything into more detail (hopefully). But that is a maybe.
Posté le : 23 mars
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6 personne(s) sur 6 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
0.2 heures en tout
So, you like Star Wars games, and you like space combat games. Well this little gem here has both.
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6 personne(s) sur 7 (86%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
6.0 heures en tout
If you are a Star Wars fan and enjoy arcade-style shooters, you'll probably really like this game. Players looking for a more challenging or in-depth simulation, though, might be better off looking elsewhere.Although improvements to the game’s length would have been welcome, changes to the controls are definitely not. Unfortunately, that appears to be exactly what has happened and calling it an improvement would be a significant misstatement.Starfighter looks great and has a good story, though not all its missions are engaging, and they start to feel repetitive as the game goes on. The game doesn't last that long, either.Most of the praise should be given to the music and sound effects; basically, a blast festival of famous Star Wars weapons accompanied by the magnificent music score of John Williams.An unpolished, but solid, port of a good console game.
Posté le : 10 mai
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4 personne(s) sur 5 (80%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
0.4 heures en tout
I currently can't recommend this. Not only is it a bit glitchy, leading to trouble with the functionality, but it also seems virtually impossible to play with just a keyboard and mouse. It might be at least genuinely playable with a joystick, but as I don't have one, I can't really comment on that. All I know is, if there's no mention of a joystick being required, then I generally expect a computer game to at least be truly playable with the basic keyboard and mouse set-up, even if it might play even better with a different set-up.
Posté le : 22 juin
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4 personne(s) sur 5 (80%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
4.2 heures en tout
NOTE: Your gameplay experience will be INFINITELY better if you use a flightstick (remember people who still use those things?) or a gamepad, especially a PS2-style gamepad. You will want to have your controls properly configured - take the time to do this or else you'll find yourself fighting with the controls instead of using them. You are a PC gamer, keyboard and mouse is great, but this game was based off a console game, and this game is not the only console-style game out there, please take the money to get a gamepad. It'll make your overall PC gaming experience even better.

I played the X-Wing Collector's CD-ROM on my Mac Performa 637CD over a decade and a half ago and I had a blast. I also enjoyed the immensely popular X-Wing vs TIE Fighter when it came out later and really enjoyed the space assault missions in Star Wars Battlefront 2. I saw this on sale during the "May the 4th be with you" sale for $1.69, and I have to say, for less than the cost of a drink, it's a really good deal. Once you get your controls in order, the game feels really good.

It's an arcade space flight sim, much along the vein of Rogue Squadron 64, so you don't have to worry about things like managing your front and aft deflector shields or figuring out how much power you want to get into your engines, etc. If you've played the space assault mode in SWBF2, this game plays exactly like that. I suggest mapping your your boost/brake not to your triggers, but to your right analog up/down - it makes flying around much easier to deal with.

The missions are extremely fast paced and most of them are pretty short. This game is great for quick "get in, get out" play sessions. Unlike X-Wing, where a lot of time is spent on the buildup towards the missions, this game gets you right into the thick of the action.

The story is so-so, three random people end up teaming up together by chance to take on the evil Trade Federation. You've heard it before and like any game, it adds to the universe that these games have built up. Granted, if you've heard the news, Disney-LucasArts have officially said that none of the games or books are canon, but I'd say considering the amount of milking they've done of the franchise, they're still good enough to stand as their own stories.

Word of warning, although the game runs fine on modern systems, the highest the game will run at (without registry edits) is at 1280 x 1024, and most of the textures are upscaled so they'll sometimes look blotchy. However, it's a 12 year old game, so that's to be expected. I've been told that the Steam version of this game was "GOG'ized" to make it run on modern hardware and to detect modern gamepads, so that's definitely a plus. For $5, it's a bit too much, but if you can get this during a Steam sale, definitely get it.
Posté le : 4 mai
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4 personne(s) sur 46 (9%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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pas en français
Posté le : 6 janvier
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