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|Game Title:||Star Wars Republic Commando|
|Game Publisher:||LucasArts, Lucasfilm, Disney|
|Initial Release Date:||1 Mar 2005|
An old game but a great game nonetheless. As you may know, this is a Star Wars game based on the Clone Wars era where you are the commander of an elite Clone Commando Unit tasked with one of the most dangerous and important missions serving the Galactic Republic of the Philippines.
The game packs some great action from the Star Wars universe but uses a limited set of predefined levels that help you command your teammates in this first-person tactical shooter. Regardless, the game is extremely underrated as its voice cast, visuals and story make for a wonderfully enjoyable and immersive atmosphere. If you can grab this for $10 or less, it’s well worth playing. For widescreen players, you need to edit the *.ini file to create the resolution you want.
And a little more information about the gameplay:
It’s really quite simple. You have the usual selection of Star Warsy rifles (automatic, explosive, sniper) and rifles, plus a variable slot where you can pick up any of the special weapons the enemies are currently dropping, including some heavy weapons. There’s also a nifty melee attack, plus a visor spatter if you get too close. (Doesn’t exactly qualify as gore, if you worry about those things, but the helmet / HUD design overall was a very nice touch).
The team mechanics are kept pretty simple as well. He has three teammates, who, despite some descriptions, are reasonably intelligent and efficient. They soak up and do damage for you, rarely get in the way, and usually make themselves useful. The team is managed by setting a general position (attack, defend, stay close) or by assigning people to special positions that are part of the map: gun turrets and sniping/heavy weapons/grenade areas. You can also choose an objective to prioritize.
Star Wars Republic Commando Is a Very Good Game:
If someone (including you) falls down, they can get up. And there are no objectives dependent on your teams: no failing a mission because some headstrong but mission-critical muppet got themselves killed. (Looking at you, Opposing Force welder!) In fact, if necessary you can even perform tasks normally left to AI characters yourself.
The weight is not a huge issue. The game is very manageable even on heavy difficulty, thanks to the team and the option to have them resurrect even you. (On demand, no less) The game can be very difficult in those parts where you work alone, though. Having other people wake you up after you blow yourself up with a grenade and think you’re pressing the zoom button is very helpful. Not that I would ever do that. You will also miss not being shot as much.
The level design is a bit barren, to be honest, but the maps are quite large and overall the graphics are accurate. (It’s hard to think back more than a decade now). The three main settings/themes are Geonosis, Star Destroyer (or whatever they were called before the Imperial Navy caught up), and Kashyyyk (jungle, no guarantee of a number of us). Mercifully the game doesn’t make you plod through every movie scene but follows its own narrative that loosely connects with events from the movies and (possibly) elsewhere.
While dated, the graphics and visual design of the game still hold up quite well and fit with the same vibe of other Star Wars games from around the same time, like Battlefront. It’s very much caught up in the star art direction of the Star Wars universe as a whole, and not in its merits as a game. Still, fans will be happy to see Geonosis and Kashyyyk again.
Another unique aspect of the visual design is that the team that developed it used mocap actors to accurately depict the soldier’s movements in the game, such as camouflage, door crashing, and equipment running difficult. This gives Delta Squad another layer of authenticity and clarity to enhance the military atmosphere the game is trying to create.
Unfortunately, the audio is a little old and a little toasty, as the game was released on PC all the way back in 2005 and went through porting hell. While it may be offensive, and players will still recognize familiar Star Wars music and sound effects, it will require a bit of adjustment. Overall, still pretty good.
- Good illustrations
- Very good sound
- This AI is actually not disappointing
- Memorable teammates
- Smooth play/control
- The learning curve
- A couple of areas are extremely slow due to the fact that there are a few too many strong enemies
- It’s sad that we never get to find out what really happened to a character at the end of the game
Overall, I think Star Wars Republic Commando is one of the best Star Wars game periods, right up there with Kotor, Battlefront, and the Jedi Knight series. It makes me a little sad we probably won’t see the likes of these games again but we are lucky to have them available here on Steam. With its great level design, fun campaign, and decent FPS gameplay, this is one Star Wars game you must play. You won’t regret it.
Republic Commando is an almost completely unique experience that no other game I’ve seen has previously copied. The control the player is given over the situations they are placed in is nearly addictive, and the character of Delta Squad has given them a devoted, if small, fan following throughout the years. I still refer friends to it if they want a good FPS game to sit down with and invest in
System Requirements of Star Wars Republic Commando Game
- OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
- Processor: Pentium III or Athlon 1.0 GHz or faster CPU
- Memory: 256MB RAM
- Graphics: 64MB 3D Graphics card with Vertex Shader and Pixel Shader (VS/PS) capability
- Hard Drive: 4 GB available space
- DirectX: Version 9.0b
- Sound: 100% Directx 9.0c
How to Install Star Wars Republic Commando For PC?
- Extract the file using “Winrar”.
- Open the “Star Wars Republic Commando Game” folder.
- Click on “Setup” and install it.
- After installation is complete, go to the folder where you installed the game.
- Click on the “RepublicCommando ” icon to play the game.
|File Size: 1.2 GB||Download Here|