This week in Your Parents Basement, we are zipping through the galaxy a long, long time ago, blasting down ships! From 1998, we’re playing Rogue Squadron by Factor 5 and LucasArts for the Nintendo 64 and PC.
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- 0:00 – Intro, which has the John Williams-esque opening theme from Rogue Squadron.
- 28:15 – We move right along and then past Comments, Concerns and Questions!
- 29:15 – Emails! Why don’t we like them Sega games? And it’s Jimmy Blizzards!
- 48:30 – It’s everyone’s favorite segment, even more than the actual show most times! It’s time to… Ask the Sweet Boys.
- 53:30 – Snifferoo. Ho ho ho! We cover one of the best Christmas games ever! (NOTE: Strong language!)
- According to Price Charting, Rogue Squadron is pretty affordable. It’s about $7 for the loose cart, or $14 if you want the box and manual as well. It hasn’t been re-released in another format, so that N64 cart is your best bet if you can’t find the PC version nowadays.
- By the way, a little movie called Rogue One is coming out soon. That’s kind of why we played this one.