According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Language, Violence
Parents don't really need to worry about Rogue Leader. The Star Wars universe is generally a safe place for people of all ages to enjoy a little clean adventuring. There's no foul language or gore, just fantasy space battles that almost any gamer can pick up and enjoy.
Star Wars fans will want to pick up Rogue Leader, even though it is rather short and unoriginal in execution. Despite the fact that Rouge Leader brings no new element into the Star Wars universe, the recreations of the battles from the original movies are the best any gamer will experience thus far.
People who might have been disheartened by the unfamiliar content of the Star Wars: Starfighter series will think of Rogue Leader as a breath of fresh air. Fans of the space shooter genre might also want to try Rogue Leader. However, if you've grown up on the Star Wars computer games like X-Wing and TIE Fighter, you're not going to find as much in-depth detail of piloting the starships.
New GameCube owners trying to find the pick of the litter from the few titles out for the system should definitely consider Rogue Leader. The game shows exactly the kind of capability the GameCube was made for. You might find this sequel to be uninspired if you enjoyed the originals. However, you'll probably enjoy reliving some of the favorite Star Wars moments again.
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