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 Feb 03, 2005 - 01:00 PM - by Michael
* Republic Commando Q&A

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Filefront's gotten out and interviewed a designer for Republic Commando.

Q: Can you tell the readers more about the squad-based aspect of the game? Do they each have different abilities or are they mainly the same?

A: The squad experience is the heart of Star Wars Republic Commando. Your squad is extremely intelligent and very easy to gives order to through a ?One Touch? squad control system. Even thought they are Clones, the members of Delta Squad each have their own nick-name, distinct personality, voice, and weapon preference. ?Fixer? is the by-the-book computer expert, ?Scorch? is the wise-cracking explosives specialist, and ?Sev? is your psycho sniper who says very little. They all call the player character ?Boss? since you are the leader of Delta squad.


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