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Star Wars: Super Bombad Racing Latest News - PS2

Game Description:Star Wars Super Bombad Racing is a humorous, light-hearted take on the usually serious Star Wars universe. Akin to Nintendo's Super Mario Kart, Super Bombad Racing is an arcade racer featuring cartoonish characters with giant heads barreling for the finish line. You'll race in nine detailed Star Wars environments, including Naboo, Tatooine, and Coruscant. Choose from eight Star Wars characters, including Darth Maul, Yoda, and Boss Nass. Each character races in a unique vehicle with its own gadgets and powers. Five game modes include Race, Team, Challenge, Arena, and Race Mirror.
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  • Mark Hamill Was Never Asked To Voice A Star Wars Video Game

    You'd think it'd be natural for LucasArts to ask Mark Hamill, aka Luke Skywalker, to be part of one of the many Star Wars video games that have been produced over the years. PC Zone recently spoke with the former member of the Force, however, and said it's never happened. Post-Star Wars, Hamill has made a name for himself as a prominent voice...

    Posted January 5, 2010

    Mark Hamill Was Never Asked To Voice A Star Wars Video Game

 


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