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Star Wars: Rogue Squadron (Nintendo 64)

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Title Screen

Star Wars: Rogue Squadron

Also known as: Star Wars: Shutsugeki! Rogue Chuutai(JP)
Developer: Factor 5
Publishers: LucasArts (US), Nintendo (EU/JP)
Platform: Nintendo 64
Released in JP: August 27, 1999
Released in US: November 17, 1998
Released in EU: January 15, 1999

CopyrightIcon.png This game has hidden developer credits.
MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.
SoundtestIcon.png This game has a hidden sound test.
Carts.png This game has revisional differences.

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Unused Music

A short unused jingle.

Sound Test

Star Wars Rogue Squadron Sound Test.png

Enter MAESTRO as a password, then choose the "Showroom" option.

Developer Photo

Star Wars Rogue Squadron Developer Photo.png

Presumably an inside joke by the developers, typing BLAMEUS as a password will display a photo of them.

Developer Faces

Enter the following passwords to replace Luke's face on the title screen with the face of one of the developers. You'll have to wait for an attract mode demo to begin for the title screen to reload and the code to take effect.

To do:
Screenshots, or proper texture rips, for all variants
Code Screenshot
CHIPPIE Rogue64 chippie.png
HARDROCK Rogue64 hardrock.png
SIRHISS Rogue64 sirhiss.png
WUTZI Rogue64 wutzi.png

Revisional Changes

In the (Rev A) version of the game, the elusive Naboo Starfighter is unlocked from the start. In the first release, it was hidden behind two passwords and a code obfuscation system to keep its existence hidden before Star Wars: The Phantom Menace was released in theaters.