Gamer's Alliance heeft een review gepost van Rogue Squadron. Hier een plak info over dit Star Wars spel:
Rogue Squadron takes place in the time directly after the Battle of Yavin (when the first Death Star was destroyed) and before the battle of Hoth. Luke Skywalker has assembled Rogue Squadron with the help of his buddy Wedge Antilles. Rogue Squadron consists of the twelve best pilots that the Rebellion has to offer.
Basically, General Rieekan will assign tasks to the squadron and you will carry them out. There is a thin plot line that develops, but I don’t want to spoil it. A better, more developed plot would have been better – it might have taken this game to the next level – but the lack of one doesn’t hurt the game, either. As an example of the effect of a well-developed story on a game, Jedi Knight wouldn’t have been half the game it was without one.
Throughout the course of sixteen missions, you’ll have the opportunity to fly different Rebellion crafts. Depending on your rank, you may or may not have more than one to choose from, and the structure of the level itself can sometimes determine the selection you have. Obviously, if the level has AT-ATs, then you will have to fly the Airspeeder because any Star Wars fan worth his salt knows that you can only destroy them using the tow cable! (Shhh…don’t tell anybody about the awesome Atari 2600 game, The Empire Strikes Back!)