It is a time of great upheaval. The first Death Star has been destroyed, marking a major victory for the Rebellion. But the Empire remains strong. As commander, you must choose to take control of either the Rebel Alliance or the Galactic Empire. Your goal: complete domination of the galaxy.
Take the galaxy by force. Take the galaxy through diplomacy. Take the galaxy via covert operations. Earn the loyalty (or resentment) of up to 200 worlds. Star Wars™ Rebellion gives you a myraid of means to implement strategy and tactics on a grand scale and in a real-time environment. With control of the entire Star Wars galaxy as the prize, will the Force™ be with you? Discover for yourself.
Star Wars Rebellion is a strategy game set in the Star Wars universe. At the time of this review the current game description seems to be for X-Wing vs TIE Fighter. Set after the destruction of the Death Star players will choose to play as either the Empire or Rebels and will spend their time gaining support for a large number of worlds (10, 15 or 20 sectors each with a variety of planets, some being unknown locations that must be explored), sending heroes on missions to increase your favour or disrupt enemies, and create and manage fleets. You will have characters from the films and expanded universe that can be good at leadership, research and development, diplomatic missions, espionage, or combat and you can even find people to train to become jedi to enhance their abilities. The objective of the game was to take over the opponents base (Coruscant or the mobile rebel base) and to capture their leaders (Emperor and Vader or Luke and Mon Mothma). Each faction has major characters that can only be injured and minor characters who can be killed or who might betray you if start losing the war. The main difference between the two factions was that the Empire had stronger units while the Rebels started with more characters and had better recruitment and diplomatic options). Planets might favor one faction but be forced to work for the other if they have garrisons occupying the world, defeating those forces can increase popular support and cause other lanes to join you. Planets can have a variety of resources, such as mines and refineries, to help you and might have ship yards, planetary shields, troop training facilities, and construction yards, The game is a bit dated now, the newer Star Wars Empire At War is also a good option if you want something more visually interesting, but players that enjoy the Star Wars setting can still find a lot to like here with the wide variety of planets and characters from the films and books.
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