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THQ Announces 'Star Wars: Flight of the Falcon' (GBA)

by Rainier on June 23, 2003 @ 10:13 a.m. PDT

THQ Inc. today announced Star Wars: Flight of the Falcon for GBA. Flight of the Falcon is scheduled for release during summer 2003. In Star Wars: Flight of the Falcon, gamers can pilot the Millennium Falcon, the most popular vehicle from the classic Star Wars universe, in 14 combat-filled missions interweaving the movie storylines with all new plot twists. Featuring highly detailed environments and ships, frantic battles and high-speed flying action, Flight of the Falcon lets gamers battle the Galactic Empire in the skies of Yavin, Endor and beyond.
"We are extremely pleased to be publishing the latest Star Wars videogame for Game Boy Advance, Star Wars: Flight of the Falcon," said Tiffany Ternan, Senior Vice President, North American Sales and Distribution, THQ. "The broad appeal of the Star Wars franchise makes it a great addition to our leading portfolio of handheld games."

"Star Wars: Flight of the Falcon will once again offer Game Boy Advance players an opportunity to experience all the drama and exhilaration of the Star Wars universe," said Liz Allen, director of marketing for LucasArts. "LucasArts is happy to work with THQ to bring this compelling new title to Star Wars game fans everywhere."

About Flight of the Falcon

In Star Wars: Flight of the Falcon, gamers can pilot the Millennium Falcon, the most popular vehicle from the classic Star Wars universe, in 14 combat-filled missions interweaving the movie storylines with all new plot twists. Featuring highly detailed environments and ships, frantic battles and high-speed flying action, Flight of the Falcon lets gamers battle the Galactic Empire in the skies of Yavin, Endor and beyond.

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