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Star Wars: Rogue Squadron 3D, Action, 1998



Developer: Factor 5 GmbH

Publisher: LucasArts Entertainment Company LLC

Damageable vehicles: No

Tracks or places: ?

Nintendo 64PC


Pictures for this video game were provided by: k9underdogg

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k9underdogg AR (0)

2012-06-29 18:36

The Buick appeared on both versions of the game. In the N64 version you had to type the KOELSH (or was it KOELSCH ?) cheat. On the PC version, the cheat didn't work by itself so you needed a hack to enable the cheat to work properly and let you fly the car.

-- Last edit: 2012-06-29 18:38:24

victorvance DE (313)

2012-12-30 19:12

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