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Star Wars Demolition Videos and Trailers - PS1

Star Wars Demolition
Game Description:Star Wars: Demolition features characters and settings from both the classic Star Wars and Episode One in a vehicular combat game from the makers of the Vigilante 8 series, Luxoflux. Players can look forward to taking the likes of Boba Fett's Slave 1, a Landspeeder, and even a Rancor beast into battle. Star Wars Demolition is couched in the time period between The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, and is based on a series of contests organized by Jabba the Hutt. Vehicles are equipped with basic blasters, plus their own weapon. But don't count on relying only on only those weapons, pick-ups including weapons, combat droids, and power-ups are scattered throughout the arenas.
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