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SuperReturnOfTheJedi
Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi
Developer(s)

Nintendo

Publisher(s)

LucasArts

Release date

June 1, 1994

Genre

Action/Adventure

Modes

Single player

Rating(s)

ESRB: Everyone (E), ELSPA: 3+

Platform(s)

Super Nintendo Entertainment System

Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, sometimes called Super Return of the Jedi, is a platform game for the Super Nintendo (Super Famicom in Japan) which follows Super Star Wars and Super Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. There is also a simplified version for the Sega Game Gear portable system. It is largely based on the third film of the original Star Wars trilogy, Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.

Plot and gameplayEdit

Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi closely follows the standard set by the first two Super Star Wars games, with multiple playable characters and Mode 7 quasi-3D vehicle sequences. Controls are identical to the second game, and this installment also includes its predecessor's password save option. In addition to the standard Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Chewbacca, new playable characters include Leia and Wicket the Ewok. Bosses include the Jabba's Palace door guard droid, the Rancor beast, and Emperor Palpatine. Vehicle sequences include the Endor speeder bike chase, a ride to Jabba's Palace in the landspeeder in Mode 7 3D and a cruise in the Millennium Falcon.

Return of the jedi speeder

A screenshot of the 3D Mode 7 sequence of the game where the player pilots the landspeeder to Jabba's Palace in the first level.

TriviaEdit

  • Released on June 1st, 1994, exactly two years after Super Star Wars and one year after Super Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back.
  • Advertised as a 16 megabits game. For a relatively brief period in gaming history, some particularly large games were advertised based on their contents in megabits, some of which required special cartridges to hold. Other games advertised in this manner included Strider, Streets of Rage, and Final Fantasy III. Super Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, the previous game in the series, was advertised as 12 megabits.
  • The previous Super Star Wars games had versions for the Nintendo Entertainment System or Famicom. There was no NES version of Return of the Jedi, as it was a completely new game.
  • Released in Japan by Victor Interactive Software as Super Star Wars: Jedi no Fukushuu.

EnemiesEdit

(Flying Fish won't hurt you, but they'll help you get across the Tatooine stage) http://img183.imageshack.us/img183/6781/airfishhl2.gif.

BossesEdit

  • TT-8L gatekeeper droid
  • Bib Fortuna
  • Giant frog-dog
  • Rancor
  • Esoomian\Tanor Skiff Guard
  • Jabba the Hutt
  • EV-9D9
  • Giant Forest Beast
  • Giant Platform with Guard Droids
  • Giant wall-mounted Gun
  • Darth Vader
  • Emperor Palpatine

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