The PC version of LucasArts' space combat game is complete and will arrive in stores next week.
The PC version of LucasArts' space-combat action game Star Wars Starfighter has gone gold and will arrive in stores next week, according to a company representative. The game was first released last February on the Sony PlayStation 2, and a special edition of the game for the Microsoft Xbox was released in November. The game lets players participate in a number of missions to save the Naboo from the Trade Federation, ending in an assault on a droid control ship. It features more than 20 detailed spaceships and 14 3D environments in both air and space.
Star Wars Starfighter was developed for the PC by San Francisco-based Secret Level, and it will be available in stores the week of January 22 for an approximate retail price of $39.99. For more information, take a look at our previous coverage of the PC game and our full review of the PlayStation 2 version.
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