Return of the Jedi
May the Force be with you
Return of the Jedi is a scrolling shoot-em-up based on the legendary Star Wars trilogy (specifically, the third film, 'Episode VI: Return of the Jedi') and - unlike its vector-based prequel - is rendered in an isometric forced-perspective viewpoint, similar to that pioneered in Sega's 1982 classic, "Zaxxon".
- 1 Player
The "name entry" music is Ewok Celebration - often referred to by fans as Yub Nub - which is heard in the final scene of the original 1983 release of the film.
The player takes control of three different vehicles in stages based upon the Return of the Jedi film. Gameplay is from a 3/4 isometrically projected perspective and is broken into several stages. In the first stage, the player pilots a speeder bike to the Ewok village. The next stage involves piloting the Millennium Falcon to destroy a reactor. Another speeder bike stage follows. The final stage involves piloting both an AT-ST and the Millennium Falcon in rapid succession in a fight against a star destroyer.