Star Wars: Bounty Hunter for PS2!!! (and Gamecube)

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  1. LAJ_FETT Tech Admin and Collecting/Lucasfilm Ltd Mod

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    I think way earlier in this thread someone mentioned that he actually phoned LucasArts and was told you can't play as Boba.
    And the only extra codes I know of are the cheats I mentioned a couple of posts above this (jetpack, health, etc) but you have to buy the appropriate cheats system to use them.

    I haven't really stopped playing this. I finished the main game and started a second using the unlimited jetpack & health options. That is lots of fun. And on the weekend I played through the 'Longo Two-Guns' level with unlimited health and ammo. Now that's a good stressbuster!
  2. foxbatkllr Jedi Knight

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    Finally beat the Tusken Canyon level. Mind you I've only been playing Bounty Hunter once every few months since I got stuck at this level over a year ago.
  3. LAJ_FETT Tech Admin and Collecting/Lucasfilm Ltd Mod

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    I eventually beat that level but it was a Sith. Poor Jango even ended up in the Sarlacc pit a couple of times. My nemesis level was the Death Stick Factory - I couldn't beat that without using the cheat system. (Unlimited jetpack and continues).
  4. The2ndQuest Tri-Mod With a Mouth

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    Only the prison break level and the last level ever gave me any real trouble...though the part with the sarlacc in the tusken canyon was somewhat tricky due to te platforming nature of that part of the level. But, in general, I found Death Sticks and usken Canyon to be a breeze...I was surprised most people had so much trouble with that one- now I'm thinking I just lucked out the time i played the level.
  5. LAJ_FETT Tech Admin and Collecting/Lucasfilm Ltd Mod

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    It was the flying in Death Stick that gave me the problems. I lost so many lives getting to the area with the conveyor belts that I usually had only one life left at that point - and I usually lost it flying from belt to belt.
    Prison Breakout and Tusken Canyon were long, but I managed to beat them without cheats.
    I did find the final level hard - I saw those cutscenes of Jango's death more than a few times. Eventually I got Vosa without cheating though.
  6. foxbatkllr Jedi Knight

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    I had no trouble with the deathstick factory level. The ones that gave me the most fits were the prison breakout level and the tusken canyon level.
  7. Vader_vs_Maul Jedi Master

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    Those are exactly the same ones that were difficult for me.
  8. LAJ_FETT Tech Admin and Collecting/Lucasfilm Ltd Mod

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    I think the spookiest level had to be the first one in the last chapter ('Moon of the Dead', I think). All the Bando Gora and the graveyard setting gave me the creeps. Then that music kicked in...
  9. Night4554 Jedi Knight

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    /bump for recent discussion

    ¤Night
  10. That_Wascally_Droid Jedi Knight

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    I absolutely adored this game when I rented it :D
    I think I'm going to buy it... I never did beat it...
    The fact that it features Jango is only a complete bonus :D

    I wonder if after RotS there'll be a game featuring Grievous? *drools at that thought*
  11. Vader_vs_Maul Jedi Master

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  12. JawaSmuggler Jedi Youngling

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    Yes a pre ep1 darth maul game is a must!

    Someone call Lucasarts!
  13. Darth-Lando Jedi Grand Master

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    I think the chances of a Darth Maul game are pretty slim. Once KOTOR II comes out every SW game that comes out will be Ep. III themed for a while. Our chances for a Darth Maul game have probobly already passed. But I admit that a Darth Maul game would be really cool. Going around and killing Jedi while at the same time trying to keep your identity a secret. It would probobly be something along the lines of Metal Gear Solid.
  14. Beirut Jedi Master

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    Anyone know if there's an infinite health/ammo code for the GC version? I have an Action Replay, but they only have the infinite jetpack/continues cheats.
  15. Indy3 Jedi Knight

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    How is this game?

    Just got a gamecube (for free, my friend gave me his), and was wondering is this game any good?

    Thanks
  16. Darth-Vassago Jedi Master

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    LAJ_FETT posted on 4/24/04/05 8:17am

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    What are these cheats you speak of? o_O

    ~Vassago/>/>
  17. Darth-Vassago Jedi Master

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    Bump.

    Anyone know of the codes that LAJ_Fett speaks of?

    Also, Indy, Bounty Hunter is a good game. It's not without flaws, but if you got it for free...you got a good game. :)

    ~Vassago
  18. Vader_vs_Maul Jedi Master

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    Anyone know of the codes that LAJ_Fett speaks of?

    Those are Gameshark codes. ;)
  19. Indy3 Jedi Knight

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    Thanks for the comment, appreciate it.

    Look forward to playing it when I get more free time
  20. DubWiser Jedi Youngling

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    "How is this game?"

    The camera is a little wonky, and the whole "hold the targeting button and repeatedly press fire" style of gameplay can get repetitive, but overall it's pretty good.

    Think SOTE, in that the game is flawed, yet it's really hard to put down.

    Definitely worth the fifteen bucks you can get it for now.
  21. Darth-Vassago Jedi Master

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    Vader_vs_Maul posted on 6/11/05 2:25am
    Anyone know of the codes that LAJ_Fett speaks of?

    Those are Gameshark codes. ;)

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    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! [/Vader]

    That's a downer. I was hoping they were regualr codes. But wait, that'd make sense. [face_plain] :p

    Thanks, none the less.

    ~Vassago/>/>
  22. LAJ_FETT Tech Admin and Collecting/Lucasfilm Ltd Mod

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    Here in the UK the game cheats are part of the Exploder V3 Professional system. I believe the US cheat system was Gameshark but I am not sure of the release.
    The unlimited jetpack option is a lot of fun!
  23. Delta_62 Jedi Youngling

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    I never had any trouble with any levels in this game. I mean, sure I lost all my continues every now and then, but I always beat the level on my second try. I got to that one Tatooine level where you lose your armour and weapons and have to escape from the Krayt Dragon, but sadly, I had rented the game, and had to return it.
  24. That_Jedi_Guy Jedi Youngling

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    This game only took me about a week to beat but i think thats a good thing cuz the only reason i was able to do that was that i was playing pretty much 24/7. Overall this was a very cool game but the one problem i had with it was identifying secondary bounties cuz you had to put away your weapons to identify people.
    I think they should make a sequel but maybe instead of jango do boba fett

  25. Bib Fortuna Twi'lek Jedi Youngling

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    Yeah, the most annoying part was having to scan someone while they're all shooting at you. Another is when you're supposed to kill a particular bounty and their body falls off the ledge into the abyss so you can't collect it.
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