The Nintendo 64 version received generally positive reviews; critics praised the game's tight and responsive controls, but expressed dislike for the game's Episode I setting. Some missions either require or allow you to choose to use multiple vehicles. These levels are made available when the player obtains all bronze, silver or gold medals, respectively, on every level. Alternatively, they can be unlocked via. All 15 missions occur during the events depicted in.
With the Trade Federation army disabled, Naboo is freed. Some levels offer the player the option to change craft mid-level. Despite the similarities between the two games, the development team designed a new game engine for Battle for Naboo and included land- and water-based combat in addition to aerial combat. Explosions and fountains also use these particle effects. Briefing: The has taken over. Storm through more than 15 missions over land, sea and space as your freedom fighters rally against the droid armies. Archived from on January 11, 2005.
Depending on the level, the player can control several different air, land and water vehicles. Kael agrees to escort Borvo the Hutt to his base, and gets a new group of starfighters in return. Each of the game's 15 levels introduces mission objectives that must be completed to progress to the next level. Star Wars: Episode I: Battle for Naboo. Adela Tyché: Borvo offers our aid as a sign of his gratitude. Sykes discovers a mortally wounded Kael near his crashed fighter, and it is revealed that Borvo had shot down Kael after he'd learned of the Hutt's secret plan to sell the escaped prisoners into slavery.
The game includes voice work from , , and. Star Wars: Episode I: Battle for Naboo. In an interview with Factor 5 staff, they revealed that initial planning sessions were conducted in February of. Borvo flees Naboo, and the slaves are re-liberated. New vehicles abound, and there's more than enough variety in the game's locales. Once at the base, Borvo's own will join the fight against the Trade Federation. If you were, then get ready for more of the same, only this time wrapped around a lucrative Episode I license.
The bonus missions are a tad disappointing, however, and two of them feel very much like tech demos that were slightly spruced up before being thrown into the game. Set in the fictional galaxy, the game takes place during the events depicted in the film. Graphics engine The game uses an updated graphics engine first seen in. The satellite's destruction temporarily disables a Federation base on the planet, allowing the resistance to successfully attack it and destroy numerous droids and heavy equipment. He is assigned to patrol Theed, and becomes trapped near. Archived from on May 2, 2005.
Despite the similarities between the two games, the development team designed a new for Battle for Naboo and included land- and water-based combat in addition to aerial combat. Star Wars: Episode I: Battle for Naboo. The team first developed the technique to display falling snow in , another Nintendo 64 game that was developed simultaneously by the company. Borvo the Hutt Briefing: Borvo has betrayed you. During the fight, Sykes commandeers a Federation gunboat and uses it to liberate labor camps along the Andrevea River, escorting the freed prisoners to a rendezvous point among ruins to the north.
Kotha then joins in the liberation of Camp Four and saves Sykes at one point. DescriptionTake part in the Battle to save the planet Naboo, with a total of 15 land and air missions, using hovercrafts, the now famous Naboo cruiser, and all the crafts seen in the movie. Several craft are also available when unlocked. He goes on to fight the Trade Federation under the command of Kael, at one point absconding with a. In an interview with magazine, Tosti mentioned how his team developed the character of Sykes and how the game was an opportunity to show what the Royal Security Forces and the Trade Federation were doing during the invasion.
Kael Main article: Captain Kael Kael is a Captain in the Royal Security Forces. The Trade Federation is using captured Naboo as slaves! Another thing is in space battles it is hard to adjust elevation and see below and above you. Star Wars: Episode I: Battle for Naboo also features large areas for battle, some up to five or six times the size of those found in the Rogue Squadron games. Protect the base until the commandos can be airlifted to safety. He becomes part of a resistance movement that strikes at the occupying Trade Federation and eventually helps to retake the planet. Maybe he can provide some assistance.
The Windows version features enhanced resolution and textures and includes a mouse-supported menu interface. You fight droids and help civilians along the way. Although it's not as memorable as Mario Kart 64 or Zelda it's still a good game. Kotha then serves as Sykes' wingmen in the battle to retake Theed. The game was a bargain and the shipping is always top-notch. The game uses a that was written in microcode for the Nintendo 64's Reality.