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Shouldn't the title be "Star Wars Rebellion" without the colon? That's how it was spelling on the Lucasarts site.


The article says that it's called "Supremacy" on the UK and European market. Well, when I boughts it years back in a Danish shop, it was called "Rebellion" as well. Is it possible that it's only on the UK market that it's called "Supremacy"? KEJ 14:12, 3 May 2006 (UTC)

I bought it in a UK shop as 'Rebellion', but have seen it in a UK catalogue and ebay UK as Supremacy. Maybe they changed it between different print runs? --The Doctor 16:25, 13 May 2006 (UTC)

It was I think. The initial UK release was supposedly called 'Supremacy', but later changed to the rest-of-the-world-title 'Rebellion'. I know, I bought a copy of 'Rebellion' in Austria. --Challenger STA 09:49, 23 July 2006 (UTC)
      • my copy is rebelion, uk release, however on the load of screen it says supremency. Jedi Dude 11:15, 23 July 2006 (UTC)

i first bought it in germany when it has been release in '98, language english, name: star wars rebellion later i bought it again for a few euors as german version also as star wars rebellion.

My version is Supremacy, I don't remember exactly but it must have been pretty close to release in UK when I got it. Cncplyr 00:12, 8 April 2008 (UTC)

Download Edit

Is there a place to download this game? I would love to have it.

I have the same question, where can I download the game. I don't have a credit card so I can't use ebay.

It's illegal to download games, so you can only find it in p2p MoffRebus 10:35, 8 September 2006 (UTC)

Non-Canon Edit

Why is this game non-canonical? --Bender235 13:58, 15 November 2006 (UTC)

  • Because it utterly conflicts canon. It can't even follow canon. - TopAce 20:22, 16 December 2006 (UTC)

Second Death Star? Edit

I'm rephrasing the sentence that says you can construct the Second Death Star. Actually, you can rebuild the First Death Star as many times as you wish, but it's not the Second Death Star, only a second Death Star. Punctuation is everything. - TopAce 20:16, 16 December 2006 (UTC)

anyone for a game? Edit

If anyone who still has a copy of this game would ever be interested in playing head-to-head, please, let me know! Toprawa and Ralltiir 04:27, 30 September 2007 (UTC)

Vista Compatability Edit

I used to love this game, but was too young to know how to play it properly. Now older and wiser I want to try this again, but I seem to remember it not workign anymore on my xp install after a service patch. Don't suppose anyone has tried running it on vista? Cncplyr 00:14, 8 April 2008 (UTC)

nevermind, discovered all you need is to download a file called d3drm.dll, place this in your C:/windows/windows32/ folder, and everything works fine. Cncplyr 21:16, 10 April 2008 (UTC)

Hmmmm vista compatibility is existent, but im having alot of trouble with the interface, basically in XP and other versions of windows it lets u skip the annoying intoduction from c3po, now it is not letting me do so, or use the mouse to select any buttons at all :S Any idea's?

Tattooine Edit

Tattooine is conspicuously missing from the list of planets seen or mentioned in the game; it is never seen, but is mentioned in much the same way as Dagobah: In the semi-unlikely event that bounty-hunters actually succeed in capturing Han Solo, they cart him off to Jabba's palace on Tattooine; and Luke, Leia, and Chewie all hare off to rescue him. Separately, one might add. 05:43, January 19, 2010 (UTC)

The planet is in the Game, Jabba's palace is absent in the same way Dagobah is. 00:00, April 19, 2015 (UTC)

Dark Trooper Edit

Does anyone have screen caps of the Dark Trooper Regiment from this game for use in the Dark trooper article? -- Frank V Bonura 19:16, February 7, 2010 (UTC)

New Ship in Coruscant Cutscene Edit

Check out the cutscene of the Rebel invasion on Coruscant. Wookieepedia won't let me link, but it's available at

Can anyone identify the ship at 0:41-1:00?

I've looked everywhere for a match, but have found nothing. The very best suggestion I've read is that it's a "heavily modified YT-2000", which is clearly not true.

In my opinion, it looks much more similar to the CEC VCX-820 escort freighter (note the shape, 8 autoblasters, 2 side-turrets, cockpit placement, etc) with additional dorsal & ventral turrets and one large engine in place of the VCX-820's rear turret/two smaller engines. However, the VCX-820 only came into production during the NJO era, so would not have existed during the game's timeframe.

It can therefore be concluded that this ship is an entirely new model.

My best theory is that this mystery ship was a member of the VCX series as a forerunner to the 820, produced sometime after the VCX-350 light freighter, and perhaps even after the VCX-700 heavy courier. This production timeline can be derived from the VCX series' progressive use of Autoblaster technology (which came in during the Galactic Civil War).

The 350 had no autoblasters, then the 700 had one, then the mystery ship had eight, as did the 820 (produced many years later).

I'm new to Wookieepedia, but provided there are no objections to my reasoning, I'd very much like to draw up my first article on the "VCX-800 Escort Freighter". I feel I've earned the right to do so after all my research! =)

--LtKettch 18:54, March 21, 2010 (UTC)

Mistakes Edit

After looking at multiple wookieepedia articles(mainly planet articles) I see how this game has made multiple mistakes in planet placement. I could link a few of the articles if requested, but I was wondering if someone could get up another section to the article stating how many mistakes there actually are. Rather than only seeing the mistakes if you check specific planets.

--BlackNoise 23:09, May 26, 2012 (UTC)

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