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Star Wars: Dark Forces

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Star Wars: Dark Forces review

Reviewed July 31, 2010

Rob Hamilton says: "If Mohc's plans come to fruition, the rebels are screwed. Instead of facing unending hordes of bumbling white-armored goofs seemingly incapable of hitting ANYTHING with their lasers, they'll be butchered ruthlessly by unending hordes of lethal killing machines. As the game's title suggests, dark forces are indeed threatening those opposing the tyrannical empire."
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