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Empire Demo has Fett Mission

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"Twice as mean and 10 times as deadly as he ever was in the movies," says an article out this morning. In the Empire at War, Boba Fett is in a short mission. So, are you going to give it a try?

"There’s also a short mission where you, as the Rebel commander, must first defeat the enemy fleet in an asteroid field before mounting a ground assault on the Imperial base at Tatooine. Watch out for Boba Fett in that one - he’s twice as mean and 10 times as deadly as he ever was in the movies."

Source: The Star Online - TechCentral

You can download the demo at LucasArts.com.


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