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Star Wars Episodio I: La Amenaza Fantasma (videojuego)
Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace
Desarrolladora(s) Big Ape Productions
Distribuidora(s) LucasArts
Diseñador(es) John Barnes, Mike Ebert, Dan Ross, Eric Wilder
Plataforma(s) Windows, PlayStation
Fecha(s) de lanzamiento 1999
Modos de juego Un jugador
Controles Mouse, teclado, Joystick
Star Wars Episodio I: La Amenaza Fantasma es un videojuego, basado en la cinta cinematográfica del mismo nombre, que fue lanzado en el año 1999 por la empresa LucasArts.
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En este juego, básicamente de acción, la trama lleva al jugador a recorrer los mismos planetas que en la película y permite utilizar a los personajes principales: los Jedi Qui-Gon Jinn y Obi-Wan Kenobi, la senadora Padmé Amidala y al capitán Panaka.
Una característica del juego son sus amplios niveles, que además permiten mucha interacción con personajes y objetos de cada escena.
[editar]Niveles

se divide en diez niveles que son:
Naves de batalla
Los pantanos de Naboo
otho gunga
Los jardines de Theed
Escapada de Theed
Mos Espa
Circuito de Mos Espa
Encuentro en el desierto
coruscant
Asalto a Theed
Batalla final

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Star Wars Episode I:
The Phantom Menace
Publication information
Developer(s)
Big Ape Productions
Publisher(s)
LucasArts
Release date
April 30, 1999
Genre
Action/Adventure
Rating(s)
T (for Teen)
Platform(s)
PC, PlayStation
Chronology
Era(s)
Rise of the Empire era
Timeline
32 BBY
[Source]
"The adventure begins"
―Tagline[src]
Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace is an arcade-adventure game released by LucasArts in 1999, coinciding with the release of the movie.
Visually, the gameplay is similar to 3rd-person "over the head" view games, but actions such as jumping, climbing, or pushing objects are very limited, relying mostly on interaction and riddles. The player at separate times controls Qui-Gon Jinn, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Padmé Amidala, and Captain Panaka. The game also offers a variety of weapons.


Contents [show]
Opening crawlEdit
The game has two opening crawls. The first is identical to that of the movie:
Episode I
THE PHANTOM MENACE
Turmoil has engulfed the
Galactic Republic. The taxation
of trade routes to outlying star
systems is in dispute.

Hoping to resolve the matter
with a blockade of deadly
battleships, the greedy Trade
Federation has stopped all
shipping to the small planet
of Naboo.

While the congress of the
Republic endlessly debates
this alarming chain of events,
the Supreme Chancellor has
secretly dispatched two Jedi
Knights, the guardians of
peace and justice in the
galaxy, to settle the conflict....
The second crawl appears after Level IX, following Palpatine's proposal to call for a vote of no confidence in Chancellor Valorum :
Queen Amidala's pleas to the
Republic Senate have been in
vain. Although Supreme
Chancellor Valorum has been
removed from office, and
Senator Palpatine is poised
to replace him, the Senate
can take no action against
the Trade Federation.
Frustrated, the Queen has
decided to return to her
planet.

The Jedi Council, meanwhile,
has denied Qui-Gon's request
to train young Anakin. While
the boy's future remains
uncertain, he has joined the
Jedi as they escort the Queen
to Naboo.

Having convinced the Gungans
to aid her people, Queen
Amidala and her loyal followers
plan to infiltrate the Theed
palace, where they hope to capture
the Trade Federation
Viceroy and bring an end to
the conflict....
PlotEdit
The plot closely follows that of the movie, although it expands on some minor events that could have been silenced or cut from the movie, or shows them from a different character's point of view. For example, it follows Amidala's 'adventures' on Coruscant during Anakin Skywalker's interview in the Jedi Temple, something that is never shown or mentioned in the movie.
There are also some apparent inconsistencies or contradictions to the storyline, in order to generate a new narrative These include, unlike the movie, Jar Jar Binks being imprisoned on his return to Otoh Gunga and the player has to rescue him to continue the adventure.

Once Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi escape the trap by the Trade Federation, they start roaming the Saak'ak ship in order to reach the hangar and escape. Their way is blocked by battle droids, however. The player controlling the Padawan reaches the hangar to see their ambassadorial ship, Radiant VII, be destroyed.
The two Jedi escape to the surface of Naboo but are separated. Qui-Gon finds a native, Jar Jar Binks and try to find his Padawan. When they are joined, Jar Jar leads them to Otoh Gunga. On their arrival, however, they realize that Jar Jar was an exile and since he returned, he is imprisoned. Obi-Wan tries to free him and leave together in order to reach Theed with a Bongo.

In Theed, they find out that the streets are roamed by battle droids. They reached the Queen Padmé Amidala but then an explosion separates the Padawan with Amidala with the rest of the forces and it's up to him to protect her while reaching the hangar. The team finally reunites and the ship leaves the planet.

Due to a hyperdrive problem, the ship lands on Tatooine. Qui-Gon with Padmé go to Mos Espa in order to find a replacement. There he meets with a boy slave, Anakin Skywalker, who is preparing his podracer for the next day. During his stay in Mos Espa, Qui-Gon broke into Neg's apartment in order to save an Ithorian hostage and pledged to a desperate Ithorian mother that he would rescue her son, Tomo, who Neg had taken as a slave boy. Jinn also saved the merchant Vek Drow from an attack, and the latter offered him a hyperdrive replacement. He also helped fixing Anakin's podracer by buying machine parts he needed.
Jabba as seen in game, with Interpreter, and corpse of his champion behind.
In the arena lounge before the race, a professional hit man named Jym Lang had been hired by Jabba the Hutt to assassinate the unsuspecting, half-drunken Teemto Pagalies in the betting room. However, Lang was manipulated against committing the murder by Qui-Gon's mind trick. Shortly before the race, a thief stole a part from Anakin's racer, but Qui-Gon finds him and claims it back. Finally Anakin wins the race and the company leaves the planet for Coruscant.

However, while nearing the ship, Qui-Gon is assaulted by a mysterious Sith-like figure, but he manages to survive and escapes on the ship.

On Coruscant, the two Jedi escort Anakin to the Jedi Temple to be interviewed by the Jedi Council. Panaka and Amidala are left alone, however, a mercenary hired by the Trade Federation hunts the Queen, who must rely on Panaka for her protection. They even visit the Coruscant Underworld in order to escape the pursuit.

After contacting Senator Palpatine and addressing the Senate, Amidala returns to Naboo with Panaka and the two Jedi. There, they fight to retake the planet. Queen Amidala fights her way until the palace where Panaka and other soldiers enter the building and begin their search for Nute Gunray.

Meanwhile, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jinn are fighting Darth Maul, during which the two Jedi get separated.

Captain Panaka and the Queen find and arrest Nute Gunray, but not before being attacked by numerous battle droids and finding security keys.

Obi-Wan find himself away from Qui-Gon Jinn and Darth Maul, only being able to observe the battle from a distance in the Theed Generator Complex. He fights his way through the Trade Federation defenses who are guarding the reactor core. The Padawan must rely on his dexterity to jump from platform to platform until he reaches the duel. Qui-Gon gets stabbed in the chest not shortly after Obi-Wan manages to catch up. Kenobi now must face Darth Maul alone. He manages to slay the Sith Lord and exchanges some last words with his fatally injured master. Kenobi promises Qui-Gon Jinn to train Anakin. Shortly thereafter, Qui-Gon dies.

LevelsEdit
Trade Federation Ship
Swamps of Naboo
Otoh Gunga
Gardens of Theed
Escape From Theed
Mos Espa
Mos Espa Grand Arena
Desert Encounter
Coruscant
Assault on Theed
The Final Battle
AppearancesEdit
By type
Characters Creatures Droid models Events Locations
Organizations and titles Sentient species Vehicles and vessels Weapons and technology Miscellanea
Characters
Padmé Amidala
Anabar
Anakin Skywalker's friend
Barbo
Aldar Beedo (Mentioned only)
Been
Dud Bolt (Mentioned only)
C-3PO
Concerned mother
D'zor
Darth Maul
Vek Drow
Ebe E. Endocott (Mentioned only)
EV-7G7
Ann Gella
Tann Gella
Grendle
Rune Haako (Mentioned only)
Jabba Desilijic Tiure
Qui-Gon Jinn
Interpreter
Jowrel (Mentioned only)
Graxol Kelvyyn
Obi-Wan Kenobi
Kreg
Jym Lang
Lizard boy
Mawhonic
Rugor Nass
Neg (Mentioned only)
Neimoidian controller (Saak'ak)
Orn Free Taa
OWO-1
Palpatine
Panaka
R2-D2
Mat Rags
Ruba
Scavenger (Mos Espa)
Anakin Skywalker
Shmi Skywalker
Slarm
TC-14
Teers
Thug leader
Ticket vendor
Tomo
Tomo's mother
Finis Valorum (Mentioned only)
Watto
Watto's flunky
Unidentified Naboo merchant
Unidentified Rep
Unidentified Yarkora citizen
Creatures
Dung worm
Eopie
Unidentified reptilian-humanoid species
Jabba's champion
Kaadu
Laa
Mee
Mott
Neg's monster
Nuna
Peko-peko
Rancor (Mentioned only)
Ronto
Sarlacc (Mentioned only)
Tee
Droid models
2-1B surgical droid
3PO-series protocol droid
8D smelter droid
B1 battle droid
DRK-1 Dark Eye probe droid
Droideka
DUM-series pit droid
Model Dx5 security door (Mentioned only)
Model Dz5 security door
EV-series supervisor/interrogator droid
Hover cannon
Information retrieval droid
OOM command battle droid
OOM security battle droid
Power droid
R2-series astromech droid
Remote
Scrubber droid
TC-series protocol droid
Trade Federation maintenance droid
Events
Invasion of Naboo
Battle of Grassy Plains (Mentioned only)
Duel on Tatooine
First Battle of Theed
Incident on Tatooine
Second Battle of Theed
Sieges on Naboo
Skirmish at Coruscant
Locations
Alderaan (Mentioned only)
Coruscant
500 Republica
Restricted Area
CorusMall
Tourist Center
Naboo
Lake Paonga
Otoh Gunga
Rep Council Chamber
Detention area
Bongo Bay
Lianorm Swamp
Theed
Solleu River
Theed Generator Complex
Theed Hangar
Theed Royal Palace
Tatooine
Dune Sea (Mentioned only)
Jundland Wastes (Mentioned only)
Mos Espa
Barbo's store
Mos Espa Grand Arena
7-Gee Lounge
Jabba's private box
Sebulba's private apartment
Slave Quarters Row
Watto's junk shop
Blue Room (Mentioned only)
Organizations and titles
Boss
Captain
Galactic Republic
Galactic Senate
Jedi Order
Jedi
Jedi Knight
Jedi Master
Padawan
Order of the Sith Lords
Dark Lord of the Sith
Sith Warrior
Podracing
Queen
Royal House of Naboo
Royal Naboo Security Forces
Senate Guard
Sun Guard (Retcon)
Supreme Chancellor
Trade Federation
Trade Federation Droid Army
Trade Federation Viceroy
Sentient species
Anx
Bith
Chevin
Gran
Gungan
Human
Hutt
Ishi Tib
Ithorian
Nikto
Ortolan
Pacithhip
Rodian
Toydarian
Tusken Raider
Twi'lek
Wookiee
Yarkora
Zabrak
Weapons and technology
Bubble lift
Droid stunner (Naboo)
E-5 blaster rifle
Electrobinder
Electropole
Engine binder
Flash-bang grenade
Gungan Energy Ball
Heavy repeating cannon
Light repeating blaster
Lightsaber
Proton missile launcher
R-65 heavy blaster
S-5 heavy blaster pistol
Thermal detonator
Miscellanea
Bantha fodder (Mentioned only)
Binary
Chokie
Dewback stew (Mentioned only)
Dweezel
Galactic Basic Standard
Huttese
I have a bad feeling about this
Ithorese
Jawaese
May the Force be with you
Outlander
Pallie
Ticket
Tusken
Cover galleryEdit
This is a gallery of the different cover variations of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace.
PCEdit

Front cover

Back cover

LucasArts Archive series

Japanese cover

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PlayStationEdit

Front cover

German cover

Japanese front cover

Japanese back cover

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Voice castEdit
Joe Alaskey – Important Merchant, Interpreter, Watto's Flunky
Dominic Armato – Coruscant Male 2, Naboo Soldier 3, Naboo Soldier 6, Ticket Vendor, Alien Citizen
Clint Bajakian – Jabba the Hutt
Bob Bergen – EV-7G7, Alien Pedestrian, Coruscant Thug 3, Gungan Citizen 2
Gregg Berger – Darth Maul, Mat Rags, Battle droid, Coruscant Guard, Race Fan
Mary Kay Bergman – Tomo, Female Merchant, Ithorian Mother, Lost Boy, Naboo Crone
Dave Beron – Coruscant Male 1, Race Fanatic 2, Soldier 8
Ahmed Best – Jar Jar Binks
Julianne Buescher – Concerned Boy
Greg Burson – Boss Nass, Guard Door, Injured Soldier 1, Jabba's Porter, Shop Owner
Nathan Carlson – Helpful Citizen, Sleeping Man, Tourist, Underground Worker
Scott Capurro – Fode (given as Scott Carpurro)
Scott Cleverdon – Obi-Wan Kenobi, Nute Gunray
Jeff Coopwood – Panaka, Neimoidian Controller
Grey DeLisle – Padmé Amidala, Gungan Child
Nick Jameson – Palpatine, BC-55, Gungan Male, Injured Soldier 2, Rodian Thug, Tense Soldier
David Jeremiah – Kreg, Informant, Naboo Soldier 1, Tatooine Citizen, Techie
Tom Kane – C-3PO, Barbo, Jym Lang, Prisoner, Thug Leader
Douglas Lee – Grendle, Coruscant Thug 1, Home Owner, Naboo Soldier 5
Jake Lloyd – Anakin Skywalker
Peter Lurie – Anabar, Bum, Naboo Soldier 4, Scavenger, Twi'lek Tourist
Bill E. Martin – Bith Merchant, Gungan Guard, Fisherman, Lizard Boy, Naboo Soldier 2
Greg Proops – Beed
Kevin Michael Richardson – 2-3G, Captain Rutger, Vek Drow, Gungan Citizen 1, Race Fanatic 1
Andrew Secombe – Watto
Carolyn Seymour – Shmi Skywalker, TC-14, Concerned Mother
Heidi Shannon – Jira, DC-10, Brat, Computer Console, Female Thug
Michael Sorich – Mawhonic, Teemto Pagalies, Palace Official, Security Door
Tasia Valenza – Ann Gella, Coruscant Female, Gungan Female
James Ward – Angry Fan, Coruscant Male 3, Alien Guard, Gungan Jailer, Soldier 7
James Warwick – Qui-Gon Jinn
Alternative optionsEdit
"Try me!"
―Obi-Wan Kenobi, before killing a room of Gungan guards[src]
In various levels of the game, the characters can commit vast amounts of evil actions without restarting the game level, and without making the characters orient any more toward the dark side. Such options are:
Obi-Wan Kenobi can destroy TC-14, along with other harmless droids and unarmed personnel on the Trade Federation ship.
Obi-Wan Kenobi can massacre almost the entire population of Otoh Gunga, including females and children (but not Boss Nass, Jar Jar, or any of the other bosses.).
Obi-Wan Kenobi can kill allied soldiers and civilian men, women, and children in Theed.
Qui-Gon Jinn can kill civilians in Mos Espa.
Qui-Gon can briefly flirt with Ann Gella and Tann Gella in Mos Espa.
Qui-Gon can kill all of Jabba's court except for Jabba himself if he uses a thermal detonator on Jabba's pet.
Panaka can shoot anyone and anything he wishes on Coruscant, taking their items instead of trading for them. He can also kill the protocol droid at the entrance to the city tours to avoid having to give her Republic Credits.
Padmé Amidala can kill her own guards (but not Panaka) and civilians. She can also shoot down Nute Gunray instead of capturing him.
Behind the scenesEdit
Mace Windu was at one point meant to be a playable character and players originally were intended to be able to drive an AAT-1 and a STAP-1 in the game, but these options did not make the final cut. A side quest involving Klatooine paddy frogs was cut from the final game, as were the related characters Jabba's porter and Jira. An entire planned level of the game driving the tribubble bongo in the Planet Core also did not make the final cut; neither did a conceived Gungan Battle level starring Roos Tarpals.
Most NPCs in the game will either hold a dialogue with the PC or refuse to. Mat Rags is the only NPC who is programmed to make a random decision on whether or not he will.
Due to an in-game bug, Qui-Gon can kill Maul on Tatooine. Interestingly, this will result in the player failing the mission, although on rare occasions this may not happen, and if Qui-Gon returns to Mos Espa's entrance, the guards will attack him for killing someone.
The only characters voiced by the same actors as in the films are Watto, Anakin Skywalker, and Jar Jar Binks.
For reasons unexplained, Skywalker Ranch insisted Gamorrean guards on Tatooine be cut from the game. They were replaced with an as-yet unnamed gray-skinned species, to which the Scavenger belongs.
Some NPCs were designed to look like Gillian Anderson, David Duchovny, David Bowie, and Sean Connery. Gillian Anderson and David Bowie inspired the appearance of tourists on Coruscant. Sean Connery inspired the appearance of a Naboo prisoner in Theed. David Duchovny inspired the appearance of a hobo in the Restricted Area of Coruscant.
Several events and quotes of the game mimics the original trilogy. For example, several thugs in Mos Espa claims that they have a death sentence in five systems, much like Cornelius Evazan. A Jawa sandcrawler can be found in Mos Espa Arena, its inhabitants killed by Tusken Raiders. Also on Naboo when you have to push a stump into a pit the track "The Magic Tree" plays when in the Swamp mirrioring Dagobah. And on Tatooine the track "Attack of the Sandpeople" plays when attacked by Sand People.

Critical ReceptionEdit
Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace received generally mixed reviews, and was praised for the graphics, exploration, action and sound. However, the game was criticised for its gameplay controls and the over-the-head camera angle. The PC version holds an aggregate score of 63.35% and 56.42% for the PlayStation version at Game Rankings. The PC version has slightly better and detailed graphics than the PlayStation version.

External linksEdit
[1]
Episode I on PlayStation on StarWars.com (backup link on Archive.org)
Qui-Gon's Homestead Episode I Walktrough Website
Phantom Menace Walkthrough and game guide.
Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace on MobyGames


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MensajeTema: Re: Información básica del juego   Jue 21 Jul 2011 - 21:09

¡¡Buaaaa!! ¡Qué recuerdos de cuando era crio! La de horas que le eché en la PSOne :P.
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MensajeTema: Re: Información básica del juego   Vie 22 Jul 2011 - 18:00

Después del jk3 el juego sw que más he disfrutado. Es enorme.
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MensajeTema: Re: Información básica del juego   Vie 5 Ago 2011 - 21:19

Dios yo me acuerdo de cuando estaba en la nave de la federacion que me caia en un ventilador y desmembraba completamente a obi wan manos y pies por todos lados xD
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MensajeTema: Re: Información básica del juego   Vie 5 Ago 2011 - 21:28

Recuerdo que mi CD de Ps1 estaba defectuoso y no podia pasar de la misión de naboo anterior a tatooine
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MensajeTema: Re: Información básica del juego   Vie 5 Ago 2011 - 22:14

Descárgatelo por la Fuerza y acaba este juego.
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MensajeTema: Re: Información básica del juego   Sáb 6 Ago 2011 - 0:17

ya me lo pasé como varias veces, para PC y Ps1, usaba el truco de cargar nivel y au
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MensajeTema: Re: Información básica del juego   Sáb 6 Ago 2011 - 3:57

Yo recuerdo que para mi matar a Darth Maul fue un suplicio, ¡lo mate a base de blaster! xD
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MensajeTema: Re: Información básica del juego   Sáb 6 Ago 2011 - 10:40

ostias yisu igual que yo, me cogia el blaster me escondia donde se cerraban las puertas laseres y cuando se habrian desde ahi le tiraba xD aunque me tire asi media hora
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MensajeTema: Re: Información básica del juego   Dom 7 Ago 2011 - 1:11

¡Pero si paraba todo! Incluso ese que era de repetición. Los detonadores térmicos y los cohetes te los devolvía con la Fuerza. Sin duda la forma más cómoda y rápida de acabar con él eran 4 ó 5 empujones de Fuerza bien dirigidos para que cayera. Claro que tarde o temprano, cuando le cojes la habilidad a los duelos de sable, hay que pasárselo paso por paso, que mola mazo. Muere en la plataforma alta de mitad y se cae al vacío.
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MensajeTema: Re: Información básica del juego   Dom 7 Ago 2011 - 10:36

Yo mataba gungans
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MensajeTema: Re: Información básica del juego   Dom 7 Ago 2011 - 11:01

Pero mace yo lo que hacia es que le daba por un lado o si no por atrás y asi me lo cargaba


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MensajeTema: Re: Información básica del juego   Dom 7 Ago 2011 - 11:31

Lo que recuerdo que hice de ese estilo fue matar a ese chatarrero asqueroso que le robaba piezas a Anakin a base de granadas cegadoras tiradas desde la entrada a su guarida, porque si entrabas activaba un escudo personal y cuatro torretas XD


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Yo mataba gungans
Tú en tu línea XD
Dí que sí, hasta yo... qué juego tan grande, puede matar gungans y niños esclavos en Tatooine.


"TUSA RETIRA" "¿CÓMO TUSA TIENE SE PASE?" "TUSA DEBE SER MUY PORTANTE PARA TUSA TENER SE PASE" "JARJAR SERÁ MACHACAO HASTA MORÍ"
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Que gran juego
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