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Star Wars Bounty Hunter
Game Description:Once again, publisher LucasArts takes players to period a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. This time around, though, players don't assume the role of a powerful Jedi or an ambitious Rebel pilot, but rather a rough bounty hunter employed by the very enemies of Obi-Wan Kenobi and Yoda. Jango Fett, who won't think twice about killing anybody in his way -- good or bad, is brought to the digital arena third-person shooter-style. Armed with all the weapons and gadgets he can carry and a jetpack to boot, the character flies and shoots his way through a variety of gargantuan worlds and encounters recognizable creatures from the movies.
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